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Capital Crimes: London Mysteries

Edited by Martin Edwards — The British Library has done crime readers a huge service with its revival of lost or forgotten Golden Age novels in the last few years. With more than a dozen titles now available, their popular crime classics collection is a publishing…
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The Kind Worth Killing

Written by Peter Swanson — This book begins with a scenario eerily reminiscent of the classic Hitchcock film Strangers on a Train (written by the excellent Patricia Highsmith). A successful businessman meets a woman in an airport bar and the pair strike up a conversation which continues when…
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Strangers on a Train calls at the West End

Almost 20 years after her death, Patricia Highsmith is set to have a West End hit with the stage adaptation of the debut novel that made her name. Strangers on a Train has just opened at the Gielgud Theatre in London and Highsmith fans should…
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What You See in the Dark

Written by Manuel Munoz — What You See in the Dark contrasts two murders. One is the on-screen killing of Marion Crane, as played by Janet Leigh in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film, Psycho. The other is that of Teresa Garza, a rather plain young lady…
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