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  • A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection: History, trends, schools of writing, and an alphabetical list of mystery authors.
  • AllReaders: Search engine for novels, with specific search elements, including plot, theme, characters, and setting.
  • Bibliomysteries: Information about bibliomysteries (mysteries with book/archive/library connections).
  • Bloody Words: Conference for readers and writers held in Canada every year. Program, news and updates, list of attendees, and registration details are included.
  • Books 'n' Bytes: Reviews, links, and information about authors, conventions, and awards.
  • ClueLass: Contains information about awards, events, groups, new books, bookstores, magazines and other mystery websites.
  • Crime Library Short Story Classics: Collection of short suspense stories by best selling and Edgar-award winning authors.
  • Detectives on Stamps: Nicaragua issued a series of postage stamps portraying a dozen fictional detectives.
  • Funny But Fatal: Guide to funny mystery novels. Includes a bibliography and reviews.
  • Golden Age Mysteries: Message board for fans of mysteries in the classic tradition, including those written by Ellery Queen, Dorothy L. Sayers, John Dickson Carr, and Agatha Christie.
  • Holidays Can Be Murder!: List of holiday-theme murder mysteries and their authors, categorized by holiday.
  • I Love a Good Mystery: Blog by a fan of mystery novels and crime fiction. Includes book reviews, author updates, genre news, and links to related content.
  • It's a Mystery: Features book reviews and information about mystery authors. Includes a section on Canadian authors.
  • Looking for a Mystery?: A guide to both the history of the mystery novel and to locating modern mysteries by topic and style.
  • Magna cum Murder: Annual crime fiction festival. Includes list of featured guests, event history and a registration form.
  • Mormons in Mystery Novels: Mormon and Utah-based fictional detectives, and the mystery novels in which they appear.
  • Mostly Links Mystery Site: Links to sites dealing with mystery authors, books, publishers and book stores.
  • MystNoir: Information about African American mystery writers and characters. Reviews and news are also featured.
  • Mysteries (About.com): Information about books and their authors, interviews, live chats, weekly features, and book reviews.
  • Mysteries In Print: An on-going listing of new and upcoming mystery books and books on tape. Books and audio tapes can be purchased online.
  • Mysteries and Academia: Background discussion and table-form bibliography.
  • Mysterious Home Page: Features links to sites dealing with mysteries and crime fiction, including authors, publishers, awards, reviews, and events.
  • Mystery Ink: Information about mystery novels and authors. Includes book reviews.
  • MysteryGuide.com: Database of original book reviews, author interview series, games, and other features.
  • MysteryNet.com: Online mystery network offering mystery entertainment and information.
  • Overbooked: New release information, book lists and author links.
  • Stop, You're Killing Me!: Lists authors and series characters, indexed by last name, location and occupation.
  • Suite 101: Mystery Novels & Authors: Includes book reviews, reading list and recommendations, message board, and links.
  • Suite 101: Suspense/Detective Fiction: Features mini-mysteries, book reviews, message board, and links.
  • Tangled Web UK: Authors, books, reviews, Crime Scene, discussion and news.
  • Tea and Mystery: Features books, reviews, children's mysteries, and links. Feature author is Agatha Christie.
  • The Curious Incident of...: Blog featuring notes and news on mystery, crime, and detective media.
  • The Early Whodunit: Traces the development of the early whodunit in both mystery and conventional literature of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  • The Great Detective Stories: Discussion of mystery novel standards by Willard Huntington Wright.
  • Who Dunnit: Reviews and synopses of works and brief profiles of authors.
  • Wikipedia: Crime Fiction: Article covering the history of the genre, its categories, use in film and criticism.

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