Stop! You're Killing Me - This site lists of books
by individual authors, lists of mysteries by location, occupation, and historical period. It also lists newly released books. Books are linked to Amazon.Com so you can go shopping right away.
New Mysteries - New mystery list by the Clues Unlimited Mystery Bookstore.
Word on the Street - What's new for private investigator fans in the way of books, movies, DVD's and TV shows. There are links to Amazon for your shopping needs. This is from the Thrilling Detective web site.
A Penguin a Week - This blog is by Karyn Reeves who collects Penguin novels published before 1970. Penguin published a large number of classic mysteries during this period, and Reeves comments upon them.
EuroCrime - A great site if you want to keep up with the current mysteries
which are being published in the United Kingdom and Europe.
The Golden Age of Detection Wiki - Biographies and bibliographies of writers of the Golden Age. There are also nonfiction articles about Golden Age mystery novels, links to mystery magazines and e-zines, and sources for books.
British Mystery Series - If you are a fan of British mystery series, you
will enjoy this site which has chronological lists and brief descriptions of the episodes of series such as Midsomer Murders,
A Touch of Frost, and the Inspector Lynley Mysteries.
Visible Proofs - This is a fascinating site about forensic medicine by the US National Library of Medicine.
The Interactive Investigator - This site has introductory information on forensic science, a good timeline of developments in the field, and a mystery for you to solve. By the Virtual Museum of Canada.
Crime and Punishment - This is a history of crime and
punishment in Great Britain. It is designed for students, but mystery fans will find it quite interesting. By the National Archives
of Great Britain.
CLEWS - A blog about historic crime by Laura James.
The Open Library - A good place to locate mystery books. Some of the older ones may be read online.
The Cozy Mystery List - This site has lists of cozy mystery authors and their works. (If you do not know what a cozy is, there is a definition here). There is also information on mystery TV shows and movies and on award winning mystery novels.
The Curse of the Title Change - Some mystery novels do not seem
to be able to cross the Atlantic without changing their titles. This list has been compiled by Gaslight.
Dell Map Back Mysteries - A series of paperbacks, published in
the 1940's and 1950's with a map of the scene of the crime on the back cover. This article is by Gary Lovisi in Mystery Scene magazine. If you are interested in seeing a very extensive collection of Dell Map Back covers, take a look at this site.