A Latino LAPD detective works under the radar to clear a black ex-cop in mid-’50s L.A.
The crime-fiction heroes of noir’s most popular writers opine on the steely tools of their trade
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Old friends Joseph Wambaugh and Michael Connelly talk cops, conflict and the eternal mystery that is Los Angeles
Noir enthusiast Denise Hamilton proves the undertow of surf culture isn't as fun, fun, fun as you’d think
A year in crime fiction, curated by Mysterious Bookshop maestro Otto Penzler
A slew of dapper Down Under ne’er-do-wells of the ’20s and ’30s, along with a rundown of their nefarious deeds
The master of snap, crackle and pop crime fiction on hard-boiled masters, the jargon of Justified—and Raylan Givens’ iconic Stetson
Following clues in 21st-century forensics means much more than switching on a machine.