Enlightening & Informative Articles
comes to a unique mix of articles, The Strand has it,
from a series that profiles the great detectives of our
time (including Campion, Poirot, and the non-fictional
Vidocq), to a look at mysteries on trains, to an
exploration of Daphne du Maurier's
Whether you are a seasoned mystery buff
or just someone who enjoys a good read, The Strand has
something for you.The Great
Detectives: Lord Peter WimseyEdgar Alan Poe and
by Steven RachmanThe
Great Detectives: Maigret
Trains: Crime Writers and the Railway
Professor Ian Bell
Ian Bell explores the long
relationship between mysteries and the railway, from
Murder on the Orient Express to The Lady Vanishes crime
and intrigue on trains have been a good mix...
by Mike Ashley
looks at the life of Vidocq a thief turned turned
detective who was to prove the inspiration for many
great fictional detectives...
Detectives: Father Brown
by John Peterson
Peterson profiles G.K. Chestertons cherubic
priest-detective Father Brown...The Talented
by Loring Silet
Silet looks at Patricia Highsmith, the author of The
Talented Mr. Ripley...
By Richard Bleiler
of the thief with white gloves, the creation of E.W.
Hornung who has endeared himself to fans for almost a
Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca
by Loring Silet
look at perhaps Daphne Du Muarier's finest novel Rebecca
which was filmed in 1940 by Alfred Hitchcock.The
Great Detectives: Albert Campion
Margery Allingham's detective Albert Campion
is profile by mystery writer Mike Ripley, who looks
Campion, his manservant Lugg, and their
creator.The Great Detectives: Hercule Poirot Part
by Michael Bowen
Mike Bowen delves behind
the egg-shaped head of little Belgian detective to find
out what makes his little grey cells work.Subscribe
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