logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Group: The Detection Club
A group to discuss and read classic crime fiction written and published between 1900 and 1970.
Group info administrator: Abandoned by user
members: 26 discussions: 13 posts: 160 last activity: 6 months ago
Discussions
Say hello here!
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: Welcome! by Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Awesome Books but little difficult to read
created by: raoshrishty
Last post: I am from Freefox Media and being in entertainment industry I have to read lots of book, Now I am one of the biggest fan of this book but It is difficult to read it in this, T... by raoshrishty
Links, References and other Resources
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: What great article. Thanks for sharing. by BrokenTune
Beyond The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books!
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: You're welcome, MbD! I've been tempted to get a print copy of one of their mysteries to see if it deliveries on the witty dialog and humor. I wish their backlist was available... by Person Of Interest
The Americans
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: What's your favorite of Poe's works? Quite a bit of his work is too dark for me, but there's a lot I love, too. Oddly, none of his mysteries; I find Dupin too verbose. But ... by Murder by Death
Detection Club Bingo: Track Your Reading Progress
created by: Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Last post: I've just updated my card after being a slacker the last few months. Welcome Ella - and thanks for the push to get back into this! :D by Murder by Death
Hard Case Crimes
created by: Just Another Bookworm
Last post: I don't know how I missed this post! I've never seen that series - which one is your favorite? by Abandoned by user
Reading Soon: Propose a Buddy Read!
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: I will see if I can get either book tonight, and then let you know if I'm in for this, based on that. should have answer in several hours (sorry for wait--many piles of books ... by
Hercule Poirot vs. Miss Marple
created by: Just Another Bookworm
Last post: Team Poirot here! I strongly prefer the Belgian with the egg-shaped head and the "Method, Hastings," over Miss Marple and her affinity for recognizing patterns. I am also Tea... by Abandoned by user
Introducing: Detection Club Bingo
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: Certainly it is probably an undisputed fact that no one's TBR needs this! ;0) by Abandoned by user
The Queens of Crime
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: Indeed! by Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Adaptations: the good, the bad and the ugly!
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: When it comes to adaptations of Miss Marple stories, I confess I prefer the ones done with Joan Hickson some years ago. I think she got a fine grip on the character, and the ... by SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
British Library Crime Classics
created by: Abandoned by user
Last post: I read Molly Thynne's The Crime at the Noah's Ark last Christmas, and enjoyed the holiday flair very much! I'm not sure if Thynne's books are available outside of the U.S., th... by Abandoned by user
Need help?