Crime-fiction columnist Adam Woog shares his picks from 2018.
New twists on crime narratives in Louise Penny’s “Kingdom of the Blind” and Christopher Fowler’s “Bryant & May: Hall of Mirrors.”
New detective novels from John Harvey and Anthony Horowitz shine.
Jonathan Lethem's latest is a bravura example of his verbal skills, supple prose, deep compassion and unpredictable plot twists.
Crime fiction: A thriller to rival John le Carré, and a new take on Sherlock Holmes from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
In new thrillers, Henry Porter joins the ranks of the best British crime writers, and the basketball star co-writes a murder mystery starring Sherlock Holmes.
Two crime novels — one set in the Shetland Islands of Scotland, the other in war-ravaged Vienna — bring detectives (and their work) to the...
Adam Woog reviews Max Allan Collins and A. Brad Schwartz’s fascinating true-crime book “Scarface and the Untouchable,” about gangster Al Capone and the lawmen charged...
Three new crime-fiction novels include a quirky debut about a former LAPD detective now living on a mountain, a club bouncer who joins a weapons...
Two new mysteries for two different moods.