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Review - An Event in Autumn by Henning Mankell
In 2004 a Dutch company decided on a give-away. With every purchase of a crime novel, the buyer would get one free. The Swedish author Henning Mankell was commissioned to write the freebie. He produced a short book featuring his famous detective Kurt Wallender, its length halfway between a novella and a full-length novel. read more

Newsletter - Fall Events
Sunday September 14th at 3pm, Sunday November 9th at 2pm and 4pm, Sometime later this fall read more

Newsletter - Manitoba Words and Phrases by Jack
(EDITOR?S NOTE: Everyone deserves a summer vacation, even booksellers, so Jack has put his historian hat on this month for some lighter cottage reading.) read more

Newsletter - Thomas Rendall Curran by Michael
Most of you will have either heard, or read, about the saga of Thomas Rendall Curran and the Eric Stride series: how Undertow, which everyone loves, and has sold furiously, is still in print, as is Death of a Lesser Man the third book in the series. read more

Newsletter - Peter May by Jack
The Outer Hebridean Isle of Lewis and Isle of Harris, although referred to independently, are actually part of one long narrow island, separated almost totally by a rugged range of mountains. read more

Newsletter - Mystery Reading Club - 2015/2015 Picks
The first autumn meeting will be on Tuesday, September 30th. read more

The Glenn Miller Story
Sometimes real-life mysteries can be more fascinating and intricate than those developed in the twisted brains of crime fiction writers. The world was fascinated for weeks by the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines airplane, for example, and we still have no resolution. read more

Review: The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
By now every crime fiction fan knows the story of J. K. Rowling?s venture into the genre. She published one cosy novel under her own name, respectfully reviewed, than published another under a pseudonym that was much more enthusiastically received. read more

Review: The Baker Street Translation by Michael Robertson
One of the most ubiquitous categories of crime fiction in our store is the Sherlockiana, pastiches of several sorts taking off from Conan Doyle?s original character. read more

Staff Picks and Reviews Reviews Archives

Review: The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules
Whodunit? has a substantial number of customers who qualify as senior citizens, and we suspect that seniors constitute a fair percentage of the overall audience for crime fiction. Nevertheless, older folk do not often feature ?... read more

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