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Explore the latest and scariest in horror and true crime books. From fresh releases to historical horrors, we've got the latest and greatest in terrifying books.

TLU Excerpt: The Garden of Martyrs, by Michael C. White

In 1805, Marcus Lyon was traveling the Boston Post Road when he was brutally murdered.

A Sherlock Holmes Novel Without Sherlock

Author Anthony Horowitz's latest novel, Moriarty, puts Holmes's greatest nemesis under the magnifying glass.

Living Large: A Second Helping for Detective Nero Wolfe

Living Large: A Second Helping for Detective Nero Wolfe

The detective gourmand lives on in the novels of author Robert Goldsborough, the authorized heir to Rex Stout's beloved Wolfe Mysteries.

TLU Excerpt: As Far As You Can Go, by Lesley Glaister

TLU Excerpt: As Far As You Can Go, by Lesley Glaister

Cassie and Graham thought they'd gotten lucky with a new job in the Australian Outback, but their new employers aren't quite what they seem.

TLU Pick: Jimmy the Stick, by Michael Mayo

TLU Pick: Jimmy the Stick, by Michael Mayo

This hardboiled mystery set in New York City mixes Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler styles with historical characters thrown in for good measure.

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

See where the world's most famous detective got his start ... and almost met his untimely end.

6 Questions with Janice Law

6 Questions with Janice Law

The Francis Bacon Mysteries author talks writing rituals, favorite books, and the inspiration behind her successful trilogy.

“I’ve Murdered People in All Sorts of Ways”

“I’ve Murdered People in All Sorts of Ways”

Acclaimed author Jane Langton isn't as sweet as she seems.

Most Mysterious Reads of 2014

Most Mysterious Reads of 2014

Tales of jazz-loving killers, Victorian murder, and a home goods superstore from hell. We look back at the 7 most intriguing mystery releases of the year.

Mr. Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Drugged Golfers

When a priceless trophy goes missing, the world's most famous detective is called to solve the case.

11 Gifts for Amateur Sleuths and Super Spies

Hidden cameras, masterful disguises, and Sherlock Holmes-inspired deduction instructions to slip under the tree.

Inside the Author’s Bookshelf: Leslie Alan Horvitz

Inside the Author’s Bookshelf: Leslie Alan Horvitz

Our favorite mystery and thriller writers share the books that have stuck with them through the years.

10 Tips for Surviving Bouchercon

10 Tips for Surviving Bouchercon

It's the country's biggest crime and mystery convention. Here's how to make the most of your time.

3 Reasons to Crack Open the Robin Hudson Mysteries

3 Reasons to Crack Open the Robin Hudson Mysteries

This lady detective doesn't know the meaning of "damsel in distress."

America’s Queen of the British Mystery

Martha Grimes, the award-winning author of over twenty Richard Jury mysteries, sits down for an in-depth interview.

Means of Evil: Inside the Mind of Ruth Rendell

Means of Evil: Inside the Mind of Ruth Rendell

The celebrated scribe behind the Chief Inspector Wexford mysteries sits down for a revealing interview.

A Puzzle Lover’s Delight

In Nero Blanc's interactive crossword mysteries, readers fill in the blanks right alongside the detectives.

Inside the Author’s Bookshelf: Rex Burns

Inside the Author’s Bookshelf: Rex Burns

Our favorite mystery and thriller writers share the books that have stuck with them through the years.

Emerald Tiger: The Irish Crime Fiction Explosion

Explore the rainswept streets of Celtic noir with these excellent Irish crime fiction authors.

TLU Pick: Dead Calm, by Charles Williams

This high seas mystery had us hook, line, and sinker as it plunged the depths of the human soul.