I noticed that the May 19 Globe & Mail Books Section was a special Mystery Issue.
Here are the links:
Clued in: 12 mystery masters name their favourites
Mystery Masters include Michael Connelly, Gail Bowen and Peter Robinson.
Mark Kingwell's essay The Mystery of Mysteries: What Keeps Us Reading (title in the paper edition: Life. Death. Guilt. Innocence. It's all intellectual baseball)
New in crime fiction: The latest thrillers and mysteries - Reviews by Margaret Cannon
One of Margaret Cannon's picks:
Walking into the Ocean by David Whellams
What’s summer without a solid British thriller? Ottawa author David Whellams’s debut features retired Scotland Yard Chief Inspector Peter Cammon, in a story that starts on the cliffs of Dorset and then travels to the hills of Malta. On the way, a simple domestic murder-suicide morphs into a chase for a relentless serial killer. This is the first of a series: Peter Cammon could become another Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks. (Margaret Cannon's review)
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