The Strand Magazine, One Year Subscription

(11 customer reviews)



The Strand Magazine, One Year Subscription

A full year subscription to the Strand brings you the best mysteries by best-selling writers such as Michael Connelly, Jeffery Deaver, Faye Kellerman, and Alexander McCall Smith. Whether it’s a hard-boiled mystery, or an English country house whodunit, The Strand is the magazine for mystery lovers. Our interview section has featured exclusive interviews with David Baldacci, R.L Stine, Harlan Coben, Sue Grafton, Mary Higgins Clark, and David Suchet. We have also published unpublished gems by Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, Robert Louis Stevenson, Dashiell Hammett, James M Cain, H.G. Wells, P.G. Wodehouse, and Joseph Heller.

Our articles section looks at mystery characters and crime novelists past and present, from Agatha Christie’s Poirot to Allingham’s Campion. Our book review section is unsurpassed containing the latest reviews of your favorite mystery books, Sherlockian pastiches and audiobooks.

The Strand magazine is the only mystery magazine that is large format, full color and printed on glossy paper. The Strand is a magazine which mystery fans find hard to resist! (As an added bonus, you’ll receive our email newsletter which will feature interviews with writers, short stories, and articles. You can opt out of receiving our e-mail newsletter at any time)

11 reviews for The Strand Magazine, One Year Subscription

  1. Bob Whitman

    The Strand is a class act. First off, I love the short stories, they are from bestselling authors and you’ll get the odd unknown author who will deliver the goods. The author interviews are fantastic as as well, Michael Connelly, R L Stine, Walter Mosley, Sandra Brown, and Lisa Gardner are just a few that have appeared in the pages of the Strand Magazine. I liked the book reviews because they reviewed books positively and did not waste precious space on trashing a book and an author. I also get a kick out of the unpublished gems, recently they’ve released unpublished works by H.G. Wells, F Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner. My only pet peeve is that the illustrations don’t pack a punch and can just be eye candy but have no meaning. I like the feel of the glossy full color finish and I wish it was a monthly!

  2. Janice Lynch

    The magazine is great. The stories are interesting, and can introduce to an author you have never read before. The book reviews are helpful for choosing books to read. I like the illustrations because they fit well with the stories. The interviews are well written, and tell me a lot about the person being interviewed. I pass the magazine to other people to enjoy. The Strand is the only magazine to which I subscribe . I look forward to the next issue.

  3. Tom Sleete

    I love receiving this magazine in the mail. When it arrives, I know that I have a wealth of high quality articles, short stories, and book reviews in store for my enjoyment. It is a product of excellence in editing, layout, and choice of material. Not geared for low brow readership, it is also not too academic in its approach. In short, a publication of elegant sufficiency.

  4. Frances Cull

    I LOVE this magazine. In the past 5 years, lost works by Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Faulkner, Wells—I look forward to all the surprises in store!

  5. George Sanberg

    A super magazine, with some issues. For one, I love that it is high quality on glossy paper. The quality of the fiction is good, Walter Mosley, Joyce Carol Oates, plus even Michael Connelly. What I am not a fan of is that the review section has some books that are a year old. Other than that I think it’s a good publication

  6. Hans Ewald

    Good quality. I wish there were more book reviews though.

  7. Harry Cruz

    Steinbeck and Hemingway works that have never been published? They got my vote.

  8. Dennis Starnes

    I love Walter Mosley and the interview with him and story were worth the money I paid.

  9. Matt Raab

    I love magazines and this one is one of those old style magazines. Plenty of stories to read and enjoy. I with the deleted the interviews and put more fiction

  10. Brenda Martinez

    I love the F. Scott Fitzgerald story they published years ago. It was hilarious. A wonderful edition to the world of mystery fiction

  11. Jane Buckley

    numero uno in my book!

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