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The Penguin Book Of Murder Mysteries

Release date: 21 November 2023
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For classic murder mystery readers, a scintillating anthology of lost treasures to read alongside... Read More

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For classic murder mystery readers, a scintillating anthology of lost treasures to read alongside Edgar Allan Poe and Sherlock Holmes

A Penguin Classic


For 
The Penguin Book of Murder Mysteries, writer and anthologist Michael Sims did not summon the usual suspects. He sought the unfamiliar, the unjustly forgotten, and little-known gems by writers from outside the genre. This historical tour of one of our most popular literary categories includes stories never before reprinted, features rebellious early “lady detectives," and spotlights former stars of the crime field—Austrian novelist Auguste Groner and prolific American Geraldine Bonner among them. For twenty-first century connoisseurs of crime, The Penguin Book of Murder Mysteries celebrates how the nineteenth century added a fierce modern twist to the ancient theme of bloody murder.

 

Product Details

Title: The Penguin Book Of Murder Mysteries
Author: Michael Sims (Editor, Introduction)
Publisher: Penguin Classics
SKU: BK0486099
EAN: 9780143137535
Number Of Pages: 352
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Country Of Origin: USA
Release date: 21 November 2023

About Author

Michael Sims is the author of Arthur and Sherlock, which was a finalist for the Edgar from the Mystery Writers of America, the Gold Dagger from the Crime Writers Association of Great Britain, and numerous other awards; Adam’s Navel, which was a New York Times Notable Book and a Library Journal Best Science Book; The Story of Charlotte's Web, which was chosen by the Washington Post and several other venues as a Best Book of the Year; and In the Womb: Animals, the companion book for the popular National Geographic Channel series. For Penguin Classics he has edited several anthologies, including The Annotated Archy and Mehitabel; Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Thief; and The Penguin Book of Victorian Women in Crime. He writes regularly for the New York Times and other periodicals, and his work is widely translated around the world.

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