Welcome to MURDER BY TYPE, a place to discuss mysteries and authors and the things that draw us to our favorite books. Is it location? Is it the type of protagonist? I am drawn to police procedurals and books with private or amateur investigators. Unfamiliar locations carry the plus of teaching about cultures and customs. Favorite authors include Leighton Gage, Timothy Hallinan, Cara Black, Yrsa Sigurdardottir, Michael Stanley, Dan Waddell, Donna Leon, Libby Fischer Hellman, Martha Grimes, Kathy Reichs and the list goes on and on.
- Beth C.
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I have read the previous books in the series and I am looking forward to reading BLEED FOR ME. The author has created three memorable characters, Vincent Ruiz, Joseph O’Loughlin, and Alisha Barba. Two are with the police, one is … Continue reading
As Nancy Haynes and Emerson Merckle, Bostonians in London for the annual flower show, walk toward their hotel after enjoying the beautiful displays, Emerson is knocked to the ground by an assailant, running at the couple at top speed. Nancy … Continue reading
it seems appropriate to post a piece about cemetery. This is from Murder Is Elsewhere. Dan Waddell posted this on November 5, 2010. Click on the link at the bottom of the article and be transported to London for the … Continue reading
On a page at the beginning of the book, there is a quote from Sir Thomas Browne (Urn Burial), a seventeenth century physician. “The certainty of death is attended with uncertainties, in time, manner, places.” London has been terrified by … Continue reading
Simon Lelic’s first book, A THOUSAND CUTS, is a perfect story for our time. Samuel Szajkowski, the grandson of a Polish immigrant and a history teacher, walks into an assembly and kills three students and a teacher before killing himself. … Continue reading
The stated purpose of Murder By Type is to introduce writers whose talents deserve far greater attention than they have received. P. D. James doesn’t fall into this category. She does write wonderful books. THE PRIVATE PATIENT is the usual … Continue reading