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The Long Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe

The grandfather of detective fiction still has a lot to teach us.

Many thanks to my guest, Jim Noy. You can find out more about his work at his blog, theinvisibleevent.com. His book The Red Death Murders is available only from Amazon worldwide (link for UK; link for US).

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Books mentioned:
The Murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe
The Red Death Murders by Jim Noy
The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe
“The Red-Headed League” by Arthur Conan Doyle collected in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe

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Spoiler Warning (No Spoilers)

Is it still worth reading a whodunnit if you know… who done it? Thanks to my guests Jim Noy of The Invisible Event and Kate Jackson of Cross Examining Crime. Jim is on Twitter @invisible_event and Kate is @ArmchairSleuth. NB: Despite the title, there are no major spoilers in this episode. However, there is some… Continue Reading

Locked Room

A body is found in a sealed chamber, definitely murdered, but there is no way the culprit can have got in or out. How was it done? Special thanks to my guest Jim Noy. He writes about detective fiction at theinvisibleevent.com, makes a podcast called In GAD We Trust, and once compiled a useful list… Continue Reading