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: Moonlight Reader
members: 18 discussions: 9 posts: 125 last activity: 2 weeks ago
Discussions
Say hello here!
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: Hello! Not sure exactly what I'm getting myself into here? But I do love a good mystery! by Wanda's Book Reviews
Detection Club Bingo: Track Your Reading Progress
created by: Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Last post: Oops -- just wanted to update my "reading progress" post at the top; no idea how that came out as a separate and duplicate post. Apologies for hogging this thread's space! by Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Links, References and other Resources
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: http://www.classiccrimefiction.com/winks-recommended-detective-fiction.htm I enjoy tracking books from this long list, from 1988, compiled by a Crime Historian named Robin Wi... by Tigus
Reading Soon: Propose a Buddy Read!
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: Well, for unknown authors (to me) I tend to take the library route first if I can. Not everything turns out as well as Murder of a Lady. My library seems to be acquiring a lot... by Tannat
Introducing: Detection Club Bingo
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: Certainly it is probably an undisputed fact that no one's TBR needs this! ;0) by Moonlight Reader
The Queens of Crime
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: Indeed! by Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
The Americans
created by: Moonlight Reader
Last post: I keep meaning to get to John Dickson Carr. (I was interested to learn a few years ago that he lived here for awhile.) by SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
Adaptations: the good, the bad and the ugly!
created by: Moonlight Reader
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: Moonlight Reader
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 Moonlight Reader
Need help?