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The Pinkerton Agency: America’s First Private Eyes

Allan Pinkerton started the nation's first P.I. firm, saved Abraham Lincoln's life, and led Union spies behind Confederate lines during the Civil War.

By Grace Srinivasiah

5 Things You Wanna Know About Rex Stout

Learn more about the beloved mystery novelist known for creating corpulent genius Nero Wolfe.

By Hannah Dudley

Murder in a Sleepy Town

Read our suspect profiles and see if you can pinpoint the perp in Marlys Millhiser's whodunnit, Murder at Moot Point.

By Hannah Dudley

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.

By The Lineup

3 Reasons to Crack Open the Robin Hudson Mysteries

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

By Kyle Davis

Mustachioed Men of Literary Mystery

Join us as we toast the men of mystery fiction – and their killer whiskers.

By The Lineup Staff

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