It’s elementary, our dear readers ...
by Jessica Ferri
It’s murder and intrigue with a spot of tea.
by DeAnna Janes
We break down The Dagger Awards, celebrating the best in crime writing, and reveal its very special Diamond winner.
by Grace Srinivasiah
They're TV's bad boys – and we can't help but love them.
Author Anthony Horowitz's latest novel, Moriarty, puts Holmes's greatest nemesis under the magnifying glass.
by Otto Penzler
See where the world's most famous detective got his start ... and almost met his untimely end.
by Dave Adams
Actor Jeremy Brett – widely considered the most accurate Holmes in history – analyzes the great detective's feelings on Watson, women, and death.
by Rosemary Herbert
It's no secret: We live in the golden age of pitch-black TV programming.
by The Lineup Staff
When a priceless trophy goes missing, the world's most famous detective is called to solve the case.
by Bertram Atkey
Martha Grimes, the award-winning author of over twenty Richard Jury mysteries, sits down for an in-depth interview.
by Susan L. Clark
"The detective must not himself commit the crime."
by Jennifer Jackson
Fancy your detective swaddled in a wool jumper?