latest episode of the podcast In GAD We Trust, James Scott Byrnside and the podcast host discuss mystery tropes of the Golden Age such as "the dying message," "the false solution," and "the seance." Authors singled out for particular praise include Christianna Brand and Anthony Berkeley Cox, whereas G. K. Chesterton and Ellery Queen come in for some criticism.
Featuring History of Mystery/Detective Fiction and Other Literary Ramblings of Elizabeth Foxwell
Monday, October 26, 2020
Monday, October 19, 2020
Coming in January: Lupin.
On Gizmodo, Charles Pulliam-Moore discusses Lupin, the latest incarnation of Maurice Leblanc's legendary gentleman thief that will be aired on Netflix.
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Labels: Arsene Lupin, Maurice Leblanc
Monday, October 12, 2020
Recent radio production of Sorry, Wrong Number
|Lucille Fletcher, ca. 1948|
You can catch Bay Area Radio Drama's June production of Lucille Fletcher's Sorry, Wrong Number, here.
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Labels: Lucille Fletcher, radio mysteries
Monday, October 05, 2020
Notre Dame's London Book Club:
"Hitchcock in London"
|Oscar Homolka and Sylvia|
Sidney in Hitchcock's Sabotage
The virtual London Book Club of the University of Notre Dame is currently covering "Hitchcock in London." The episodes include discussions of works adapted for Alfred Hitchcock films such as Marie Belloc Lowndes's The Lodger and Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent. Catch up with episodes here.
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