CrimeReads

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THIS WEEK: In 1959, Otto Preminger’s ‘Anatomy of a Murder’ premiered in theaters
Which international thriller series should you binge this weekend? (The answer depends on how you feel about the Theroux family.) CrimeReads

In 1936, Erle Stanley Gardner was thinking of killing off his most famous character, Perry Mason. Instead, he created a new kind of lawyer. From J. Kingston Pierce. | CrimeReads


Adam Diment was a Swinging Sixties icon and the prince of British spy fiction—until he disappeared. From Luke Poling. | CrimeReads

Hilary Davidson on seven novels in which the dead step in to solve their own murders. | CrimeReads

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