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“Mickey Spillane at 100” (by Max Allan Collins)

Thirteen years ago, when the centenary of Ellery Queen was celebrated with a symposium and exhibition at Columbia University, we were amazed at the outpouring of love and interest from fans and readers, since there had not been a new … Continue reading

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“Woody, Clint, and Dutch: Three American Masters, Each With a Long-term Commitment to Crime Fiction” (by Kevin Mims)

If you read Kevin Mims’s last article for this site, you know that he’s something of an expert on the crime novels of the great pocket-paperback era. It turns out he’s also a devotee of crime movies; here are his … Continue reading

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