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Events in November
Check out our amazing events in Nomvember! read more

USED BOOK UPDATE - 10/02/14
The numbers are in and we officially have more than 15,000 books in the store. As a result we will not be buying any used books from anyone for the near future. Thank you for your understanding read more

Newsletter - SPY FICTION IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA BY JACK
The Cold War never officially ended. Unofficially, it probably was finally terminated around late 1991, when the Soviet Union blew itself up and dissolved into its component republics. read more

Newsletter - Fall Events
Check out the upcoming events happening at Whodunit in November and December! read more

Newsletter - Holiday Shopping and Webstore
We don?t want to jinx the weather, but as the calendar flips to October, attention turns from Back to School to Halloween and then, inevitably, to Christmas. read more

Newsletter - Quick Reviews by Wendy
Faye Kellerman, Murder 101, TP $21.99
In the latest Peter Decker/Rhina Lazarus novel. The couple have left LA and moved to Upper New York State. Decker has retired from the LPAD and taken a position in the... read more

Newsletter - Whodunit Authors
Whodunit is pleased to announce that this fall has seen the publication of books of crime fiction by two of its regular customers. read more

Newsletter - What I'm Reading by Sian
I took a newsletter off from writing because I must admit I was in a bit of a Historical Romance moment and wasn?t doing a lot of Mystery reading. But I?m back on track with lots to tell you about! read more

Newsletter - TV Mysteries by Wendy
Were others as confused as I was by the promos for the new Global series ?Gracepoint?? Recognizing David Tennant as the lead detective, for a while I thought that Global were showing the British series ?Broadchurch?. 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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