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Crime (genre)

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  • Q+LA Elmore Leonard

     
    The master of snap, crackle and pop crime fiction on hard-boiled masters, the jargon of Justified—and Raylan Givens’ iconic Stetson...
  • Avenging Angel

     
    The Killing’s Mireille Enos shows the world her bright side...
  • The Way of the Gun

     
    The crime-fiction heroes of noir’s most popular writers opine on the steely tools of their trade...
  • Rhythm + Blue

     
    Joseph Wambaugh and Michael Connelly talk cops, conflict and the mystery that is Los Angeles...
  • Dark Wave

     
    Noir enthusiast Denise Hamilton proves the undertow of surf culture isn't as fun, fun, fun as you’d think...
  • ‘A Cat in Paris’ animated film draws on French roots

     
    The hand-animated foreign feature is a noirish tale inspired by one of the filmmakers’ curiosity about the nighttime exploits of his feline friend....
  • Mom accused in bizzare plot, Jill Easter, wrote book as Ava Bjork

     
    The author of a 2011 novel about "the perfect crime" was arrested this week with her husband for planting drugs on a school volunteer in a bizarre frame attempt....
  • National Endowment for the Arts announces new Big Read grants

     
    The National Endowment for the Arts will make 78 grants totaling $1 million for The Big Read projects nationwide in 2012-2013....
  • Casey Anthony: Who will she borrow from next?

     
    Does the Casey Anthony saga seem like a variation on “The Usual Suspects”? You'll remember that the Kevin Spacey character in that 1995 crime thriller borrowed liberally from other sources to contrive a story. Readers have noted that Anthony...
  • “Longmire” author Craig Johnson reflects on 1st season of the A&E hit based on his books

     
    As the first season of Longmire comes to a close this Sunday at 10pm on A&E, Craig Johnson has watched — along with an average of more than 4 million other viewers per week — the characters he created in a series of mystery novels come to...
  • Mysterious Sweden

     
    Swedish crime-fiction expert John-Henri Holmberg brings you the Nordic noir invasion...