|Elizabeth Foxwell in an investigative mode.|
Sadly I have needed to reduce the number of posts per month because of my publishing and job commitments, as well as the work entailed for my new blog on American women in World War I.
The following are the top 10 posts of The Bunburyist based on views. Do you have other favorites?
The Top 10 Posts on The Bunburyist, 2005–15:
10. "Fri Forgotten Books: Charlotte Armstrong's The Chocolate Cobweb (1948)"
9. "Clues 31.2: Collins, Harvey, Highsmith, Parker, South African and Spanish crime fiction"
8. "Cornerstone: The Horizontal Man, by Helen Eustis"
7. "Fri Forgotten Books: The Mystery of Central Park, by Nellie Bly (1889)." After I posted about this rare book and mentioned it on a women's studies listserve, the Library of Congress digitized its copy and made it available via the Internet Archive.
6. "A Jury of Her Peers" (on the first U.S. female jurors)
5. "Dr. Barbara Mertz, Trailblazer"
4. "The Dude Abides: The Big Lebowski and The Big Sleep"
3. "Cornerstone: Re-Enter Sir John (1932)"
2. "'The Grave Grass Quivers,' by MacKinlay Kantor (1931)"
1. "Dozen Best Detective Stories Ever Written"