TAKE THE Q. PATRICK CHALLENGE: The Cases of Lieutenant Timothy Trant

Sometimes our good fortune is a result of mere proximity. I discovered Carr sitting on the bookstore shelves to the left of Christie, and I found Patrick Quentin to the right of Queen. Regarding the latter: at the time, all that was available were the first six Peter Duluth mysteries, published with these nifty Avon covers … Continue reading TAKE THE Q. PATRICK CHALLENGE: The Cases of Lieutenant Timothy Trant

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THE MAN WHO READ THE MAN WHO READ MYSTERIES

Throughout high school and well into college, I subscribed to Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. Although the Golden Age of mystery "ended" around 1940 and the Silver Age . . . well, did Vietnam end the Silver Age of just about everything? At any rate, let's say the Silver Age faded through the 1960's (and someone … Continue reading THE MAN WHO READ THE MAN WHO READ MYSTERIES