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I like all kind of mysteries: From the cosy, convoluted Agatha Christie, the locked room stories of John Dickson Carr, the cerebral Conan Doyle, the Police procedurals of Michael Connelly, the forensic thrills of Patricia Cornwell, the psychological thrills of Jonathan Kellerman, the Roman mysteries of Lyndsey Davies, the gritty work of Dennis Lehane, the scifi puzzles of Isaac Asimov's Robot mysteries etc. etc.
But perhaps the niche of mystery that really take my fancy are those that involve books and book collecting... the likes of ex Denver cop and Bookman stories of John Dunning and the wonderful Burglar series by Lawrence Block.
Mythological thrillers are my favorites, but Agahta Christie is a serious contender.
by Gale Force6 years ago
Agatha Christie remains my number one favorite - she is the first mystery writer I ever read, when I was 14 years old or so. And her play The Mousetrap was the first play I ever saw, too.Other favorite authors are ......
by KayleeMayy13 months ago
What are your favorite Murder Mystery books?I am a huge fan of Mary Higgins Clark and Agatha Christie, but are their any other brilliant mystery writers that you guys adore and recommend?
by StephenCowry5 years ago
Just thought of what hubbers would like to know about in terms of information.
by Katleigh Merrier13 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
by ggenda7 years ago
How do you choose the topics for your hubs?Do you write your hubs based on what you think will generate good traffic, or what you are truly passionate about?
by sportgames6 years ago
What is the best subject to write about?What are people most interested in reading?
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