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Mystery Tribune is a magazine about these authors and their books. We search the globe to find great reads and authors who inspire, excite and thrill us with their writing. With a heavy focus on fine writing and original thought in the mystery literature, our coverage provides readers with a unique overview of the short stories, fictions, and news from promising new voices as well as some of the most distinguished names in the genre. Mystery Tribune was founded in 2011 in New York and is now being powered by a team of contributors from around the world.

Minnesota Nice: Noir Short Film By Gregg Holtgrewe
02/17/2020
Minnesota Nice: Noir Short Film By Gregg Holtgrewe

Minnesota Nice: Noir Short Film By Gregg Holtgrewe

Gregg Holtgrewe, the director behind Minnesota Nice, was born in Moorhead, MN. He has been making movies since the age of 14 and have made over 20 short

Freshly compiled, our list of 36 Best Crime Drama And Thriller Shows On Amazon Prime combines our analysis of new, excit...
02/17/2020
36 Best Crime Drama And Thriller Shows On Amazon Prime: 2020 Edition

Freshly compiled, our list of 36 Best Crime Drama And Thriller Shows On Amazon Prime combines our analysis of new, exciting and absorbing shows with feedback and comments of our readers on what shows they have loved the most. For 2020 spring season and beyond, if you are having difficulty working your way through Amazon Prime shows and want to be entertained in a big way, here is your go-to guide. [ 2,704 more words ]
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Freshly compiled, our list of 36 Best Crime Drama And Thriller Shows On Amazon Prime combines our analysis of new, exciting and absorbing shows with

Best Of Black Crime Comics: Abbott
02/17/2020
Best Of Black Crime Comics: Abbott

Best Of Black Crime Comics: Abbott

In Abbott, Hugo Award-nominated novelist Saladin Ahmed and artist Sami Kivelä present one woman's search for the truth that destroyed her family.

A Razor-Sharp Thriller: The Suspect By Fiona Barton
02/17/2020
A Razor-Sharp Thriller: The Suspect By Fiona Barton

A Razor-Sharp Thriller: The Suspect By Fiona Barton

The razor-sharp thriller, The Suspect, reaffirms the reputation of Fiona Barton as an author who combines propulsive narrative with insightful commentary.

A Conversation With Daniel Kraus On Blood Sugar
02/16/2020
A Conversation With Daniel Kraus On Blood Sugar

A Conversation With Daniel Kraus On Blood Sugar

Daniel Kraus’ Blood Sugar, from Hard Case Crime, is a Halloween story not quite like any you’ve read before. In a ruined house at the end of Yellow

The penny dreadful was truly a revolution in the world of crime fiction in the 19th-century United Kingdom. The term typ...
02/16/2020
Penny Dreadfuls: The Ultimate Guide To Their Origins, Decline and Legacy

The penny dreadful was truly a revolution in the world of crime fiction in the 19th-century United Kingdom. The term typically referred to a story published in weekly parts, each costing one penny and the subject matter of these stories was typically sensational, focusing on the exploits of detectives, criminals, or supernatural entities. First published in the 1830s as a result of increasing literacy and improving technology, penny dreadfuls featured characters such as Sweeney Todd, Dick Turpin and Varney the Vampire. [ 1,345 more word ]
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The penny dreadful was truly a revolution in the world of crime fiction in the 19th-century United Kingdom. The term typically referred to a story

A Reasonable Doubt, the new legal thriller by New York Times bestseller Phillip Margolin has an exciting plot in which a...
02/15/2020
An Exciting Whodunit: A Reasonable Doubt By Phillip Margolin

A Reasonable Doubt, the new legal thriller by New York Times bestseller Phillip Margolin has an exciting plot in which a magician linked to three murders and suspicious deaths years ago disappears in the middle of his new act. This is the third installment in Margolin's Robin Lockwood's series: Robin Lockwood is a young criminal defense attorney and partner in a prominent law firm in Portland, Oregon. [ 256 more words ]
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A Reasonable Doubt, the new legal thriller by New York Times bestseller Phillip Margolin has an exciting plot in which a magician linked to three murders

We are so excited about our 2020 edition of best crime drama, mystery and thriller shows on Britbox. The mix of shows ar...
02/15/2020
37 Best Crime Drama, Mystery & Thriller Shows On Britbox: 2020 Edition

We are so excited about our 2020 edition of best crime drama, mystery and thriller shows on Britbox. The mix of shows are perfect as we have carefully vetted titles from classics to modern police procedural series to original thrillers. Our latest Britbox list includes some of the best classic series out there such as Poirot's Final Cases as well as acclaimed shows like Zen. [ 2,586 more words ]
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We are so excited about our 2020 edition of best crime drama, mystery and thriller shows on Britbox. The mix of shows are perfect as we have carefully

“American Dirt” And The Banality of Evil
02/14/2020
"American Dirt" And The Banality of Evil

“American Dirt” And The Banality of Evil

If you follow the American publishing industry, you’re no doubt aware that we’re on the verge of another crisis: “American Dirt,” recently anointed by

Crime Fiction at the Poker Table: Our Top 7 Picks
02/14/2020
Crime Fiction at the Poker Table: Our Top 7 Picks

Crime Fiction at the Poker Table: Our Top 7 Picks

For those readers who feel nostalgic about crime stories with the poker flavor, here is a list of our top 7 crime books happening at the poker table.

Back when I was at the Academy, on the outskirts of the Red Asteroid Belt, I bunked for six months with a trainee whom I...
02/14/2020
Kolson: Literary Mystery Flash Fiction By Alex Z. Salinas

Back when I was at the Academy, on the outskirts of the Red Asteroid Belt, I bunked for six months with a trainee whom I can still say, with absolute certainty, is the most remarkable person I’ve met. His name was Kolson, or, at least that’s how I’ve remembered him. Every night before lights out—though we always had, out there, the suspicion that lights were out no matter when—Kolson, that bizarre entity, would bend my ear trying to convince me that he really wasn’t Kolson, a man born on Praxis-7 the night of Moonseve, but the fragments of other souls since passed. [ 691 more words ]
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Back when I was at the Academy, on the outskirts of the Red Asteroid Belt, I bunked for six months with a trainee whom I can still say, with absolute

Raymond Fleischmann’s debut novel, How Quickly She Disappears, has been one of the hot new releases of 2020. According t...
02/13/2020
Q&A with Raymond Fleischmann, Author of How Quickly She Disappears

Raymond Fleischmann’s debut novel, How Quickly She Disappears, has been one of the hot new releases of 2020. According to Associated Press, the book is "loaded with unexpected turns and the musical prose of a literary novelist at the top of his game." In How Quickly She Disappears, The Dry meets The Silence of the Lambs in an intoxicating tale of literary suspense, set in the relentless Alaskan landscape, about madness and obsession, loneliness and grief, and the ferocious bonds of family. [ 851 more words ]
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Raymond Fleischmann’s debut novel, How Quickly She Disappears, has been one of the hot new releases of 2020. According to Associated Press, the book is

Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies
02/12/2020
Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies

Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies

In the essay "Secret Histories And Mysterious Societies", Tobias Carroll takes a look at two genre-bending crime novels that are taking place hidden from

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Mystery Tribune magazine is a celebration of excellence in mystery and suspense. In our view, mystery is not limited to reading but can be a multi-sensory experience. It encompasses many artistic products such as photography, film, music and comics.

Our aim is to excite and inspire our readers by showcasing the finest examples of such artistic work via publishing daily articles as well as print and digital issues.

With the firm belief that “behind extraordinary mystery books or pieces of art, there are extraordinary people”, we search the globe to bring you the most captivating work from both established authors and creatives as well as emerging talents. Mystery Tribune was founded in 2011 in New York and is now being powered by a team of contributors from around the world.

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