Investigating Domestic Disorder: Harriet Prescott Spofford's Detectives
Karen J. Jacobsen (Valdosta State U, Georgia)
The "Test of Feminine Investigation" in Baroness Orczy's Lady Molly of Scotland Yard Stories
Ellen Burton Harrington (U of South Alabama)
Tijuana the American Town: Images of the Corrupt City in Hammett's "The Golden Horseshoe"
J. A. Zumoff (City College of New York)
Feline, not Canine: The Rise of the Female Arch-Villain in the 1940s Sherlock Holmes Films from Universal
Amanda J. Field (U of Southampton, UK)
The Phenomenology of Noir Perception: Dorothy B. Hughes's In a Lonely Place and Cornell Woolrich's I Married a Dead Man
William Brevda (Central Michigan U)
Mary W. Tannert and Henry Kratz, eds. and trans. Early German and Austrian Detective Fiction: An Anthology
David Geherin. Scene of the Crime: The Importance of Place in Crime and Mystery Fiction
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Clues 26.4 published
Vol. 26, no. 4 of Clues: A Journal of Detection has been published. A list of the articles and reviews follows below; go here for the article abstracts, or here for more information about the journal.