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Fighting Nazis with Scandinavian crime fiction

It was a frigid 9 degrees in Boston on Monday, a brutal temp for walking the dog, but a great one for curling up with some classic Scandinavian crime fiction.<p>"Jar City." "The Snowman." "The Return of The Dancing Master." Just about everything by Stieg Larsson. You could argue crime fiction is one …

The Hard-Hitting Nonfiction Reading Guide

Autumn is the biggest season in the publishing world, particularly for serious nonfiction. Below is our fall edit (along with a few summer books we …

Karin Slaughter recommends 7 thrilling, disturbing mysteries written by women

<i>WithReading List,</i> The A.V. Club <i>asks one of our favorite pop-culture creators to describe a list of reading materials that are tied together by a</i> …

Charlotte Holmes Is On The Case In 'A Study In Scarlet Women'

Your reaction to the following words will probably determine whether this book is for you. If your heart speeds up and you find yourself making grabby hands at the screen, maybe hopping in your chair muttering, "Give it to me <i>now</i>," I'm happy to tell you this book is available and worth your time to …

8 Literary Travel Destinations You'll Want to Visit

When it comes to the world's greatest escapes, traveling and reading are right up there. And because they go together so well, we merged the two to …

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Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz; The Mistletoe Murder and Other Stories by PD James; Pendulum by Adam Hamdy; Home by Harlan Coben; Peacekeeping by Mischa Berlinski<p>Once it gets going, some three-quarters of the way in, there’s much to enjoy in Anthony Horowitz’s spry, sardonic <b>Magpie Murders</b> …

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Off the Rails: 7 Best Train-set Thrillers

“The Girl on the Train,” the highly anticipated adaptation of the bestselling thriller by Paula Hawkins, arrives in theaters on Friday. That title itself is an allusion to a long literary tradition of railway murder, mystery, and mayhem. While “The Girl on the Train” is arguably only tangentially …

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To get you in the *October* mood, you can cuddle up with these 13 autumnal classics

As soon as you feel that first autumnal breeze and hear the crows squawking in flocks across the sky, you know its time to throw on your favorite …

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14 Books to Read If You Love 'The Girl on the Train'

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33 Great Reads Every ‘Penny Dreadful’ Fan Will Love

On October 4, Showtime will drive the final nail into the coffin of its popular series “Penny Dreadful” with the release of its final season on …

100 Must-Read Mystery & Crime Novels Around the World

This installment of the 100 Must-Read list is sponsored by the <b>Fiona Fitzgerald Mystery Series</b> by Warren Adler.<p>The Fiona Fitzgerald Mystery Series …

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Are we in a new Golden Age of women crime writers? The five new crime novels you must read

In the Golden Age of crime fiction decades ago, women writers (largely speaking) reigned supreme. And although the balance of genders has evened out …

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100 Must-Read Books about Libraries & Bookstores

This post is sponsored by <i>The Invisible Library</i> by Genevieve Cogman.<p><i>One thing any Librarian will tell you: the truth is much stranger than …

Ann Morgan spent a year reading a book from every country in the world – 196 in total. Here she picks 10 favourites that vividly evoke the regions they describe<p>• <b>If</b> <b>you’ve read a book with a powerful sense of place or one that inspired you to travel, we’d love to hear about it in the comments below</b><p>In …

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