Mystery fiction
Mystery fiction is a genre of fiction typically focused on the investigation of a crime. Mystery fiction is often used as a synonym for detective fiction or crime fiction—in other words a novel or sh...
Bouchercon
Bouchercon, the Anthony Boucher Memorial World Mystery Convention, is an annual convention of creators and devotees of mystery and detective fiction. It is named in honour of writer, reviewer, and ed...
Detective fiction
Detective fiction is a subgenre of crime fiction and mystery fiction in which an investigator or a detective—either professional or amateur—investigates a crime, often murder.
Some scholars have s...
Mystery film
Mystery film is a subgenre of the more general category of crime film and at times the thriller genre. It focuses on the efforts of the detective, private investigator or amateur sleuth to solve the m...
Tozai Mystery Best 100
Tozai Mystery Best 100 (東西ミステリーベスト100, Tozai Misuteri Besuto 100, lit. The Top 100 Mystery Novels of the East and the West) is a list published in the Japanese magazine Shūkan Bunshun (the Wee...
Maze Agency
The Maze Agency is an American mystery comic book series created by Mike W. Barr and first published in 1988. It revolves around a pair of detectives (Jennifer Mays and Gabriel Webb) and their adventu...
Riverton Prize
The Riverton Prize (Norwegian: Rivertonprisen) is a literature award given annually to the best Norwegian crime story (novel, short story, play, original screenplay).The prize is named after the N...
The Clock Without a Face
The Clock Without a Face is puzzle book by Eli Horowitz and Mac Barnett with illustrations by Scott Teplin. It was published in 2010 by McSweeney's. The plot of the book revolves around the theft of 1...
Mystery Readers International
Mystery Readers International is a fan/reader organization open to all readers, fans, critics, editors, publishers, and writers of Mystery fiction. It was founded by Janet A. Rudolph in Berkeley, C...
Lis Howell
Lis Howell is director of broadcasting at City University, London, running the broadcasting and television journalism programmes, and also deputy head of the journalism department. She is an award-wi...
The Problem of Cell 13
"The Problem of Cell 13" is a short story by Jacques Futrelle first published in 1905 and later collected in The Thinking Machine (1907), which was featured in crime writer H. R. F. Keating's list of ...
The Adventure of the Unique Dickensians
"The Adventure of the Unique Dickensians" is a detective fiction short story by author August Derleth. It was released in 1968 by Mycroft & Moran in an edition of 2,012 copies. The chapbook is ill...