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The Strand Magazine, Three Year Subscription (12 issues)

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The Strand Magazine, Three Year Subscription (12 issues)

A three-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 We have also published unpublished gems by Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, Robert Louis Stevenson, Dashiell Hammett, James M Cain, H.G. Wells, P.G. Wodehouse, and Joseph Heller.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)


7 reviews for The Strand Magazine, Three Year Subscription (12 issues)

  1. Daniel Van Huyt

    An okay magazine. i tend towards not liking the dark mystery story.

  2. Stavros Samaras

    One of those slick magazines that are becoming rarer and rarer in this world of social media and everything virtual.

  3. Lance Montgomery

    Polished and cute magazine. I sometimes bring a group of friends and we all read the stories and we analyze them. I love everything of Len Deighton and they published a super interview with him.

  4. Christie Cassidy

    Magazine arrived 30 days after it was in Barnes and Noble. Come on.

  5. Armand James

    I am old enough to read the magazines during the golden age of fiction. This is so similar and such a breath of fresh hair. Works by the leading mystery authors, and interviews that are fun and at times frank. I wish they printed on dull paper, i don’t like the reflections.

  6. David Hagen

    Good looking magazine. Plenty of ads, and illustrations. A bit of a throwback. Love the reviews and anything of Joseph Heller.

  7. Fred Baker

    I love the Strand. I love reading great mystery fiction. The stories are very much in the Hitchcock spirit with a twist at the end. The reviews bring up my visa card after I buy the books at my local bookstore.

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