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- Carolina Skeletons Revisited: Part 1 of 4, by David Stout
Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: In this four-part series, David Stout revisits his Edgar-award winning novel, Carolina Skeletons, based on the true story of a 1940s double-murder for which fourteen year-old George Stinney was controversially executed.Read more
- New books for 11/15/11
We just added 10 new books, from Andrew Klavan, David Stout and TJ English.Read more
- Publishing Box Nine, by Jack O'Connell
In this reprinted essay, award-winning author Jack O'Connell recounts the experience of finding out that his first novel, Box Nine, would be published.Read more
- Inspector Cockrill, by Christianna Brand
In 1978, Otto Penzler published The Great Detectives: A Host of the World's Most Celebrated Sleuths Are Unmasked by Their Authors. British author Christianna Brand contributed an essay about her own Inspector Cockrill, and we're reprinting it here.Read more
- Fish and chips and digital publishing, by Dirk Robertson
Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: Deep Powder author Dirk Robertson talks about digital publishing and the Mysterious Press.Read more
- We are the revolution, by James Grady
Exclusive to MysteriousPress.com: Six Days of the Condor author James Grady talks about the eBook revolution, and what it's meant for him as a writer.Read more
- Welcome to MysteriousPress.com
The Mysterious Press broke new ground in publishing when I founded it in 1975, putting out books using fine paper and top dust jacket artists, and offering many limited, signed editions. Devoted entirely to mystery, crime, and suspense fiction, it went on to publish such best-selling authors as James Ellroy, P.D. James, Donald E. Westlake, Eric Ambler, Ross Macdonald, Isaac Asimov, Ed McBain, Kingsley Amis and Elmore Leonard, both in hardcover and paperback. In its new version, it will be devoted entirely to electronic publishing, under the domain name MysteriousPress.com...Read more
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