Golden Age Mysteries

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If there is anyone who knows Golden Age Mysteries, books written in the 1920s and 1930s, it’s Martin Edwards. “He is consultant to the British Library’s Crime Classics, a former chair of the Crime Writers’ Association, and current President of the Detection Club.” If you search under his books in the Web Store, you’ll find a number of anthologies he edited for British Crime Club Classics and Sourcebooks/ Poisoned Pen Press. http://bit.ly/2lC6utB

So, you’ll want to check out Edwards’ article for The Strand Magazine, “10 Undervalued Golden Age Mysteries”. https://strandmag.com/10-undervalued-golden-age-mysteries/ You might recognize some titles such as Agatha Christie’s Curtain. Then, you’ll want to check the Web Store for those books. https://store.poisonedpen.com

Then, I hope you come back a week from Monday when Martin Edwards shares books you might want to give as gifts, and dreams of a few books he would like to receive.