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How To Disappear
- An internationally know skip tracer since the late 80ís. Mr. Ahearn teaches select clients how to disappear. He lectured for several organizations and worked with authors on the topic of disappearing.
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Absolute Authority on Mystery Books
- Collection of content, community and tools.
African American Mystery Club
- Information about African American Mystery Writers and their works. Links to webrings and relevant pages on authors, books, and history.
- Search engine for novels, with specific search elements, including plot, theme, characters, and setting.
- Information about bibliomysteries (mysteries with book/archive/library connections).
Books 'n' Bytes
- Reviews, links, and information about authors, conventions, and awards.
- Contains information about awards, events, groups, new books, bookstores, magazines and other mystery websites.
Crime Library Short Story Classics
- Collection of short suspense stories by best selling and Edgar-award winning authors.
Detectives on Stamps
- Nicaragua issued a series of postage stamps portraying a dozen fictional detectives.
DorothyL Mailing List
- Information about a mystery discussion mailing list.
- Mystery fiction featuring female investigators, with news, reviews, articles and a comprehensive directory of related sites.
Funny But Fatal
- Guide to funny mystery novels. Includes a bibliography and reviews.
- Hard-Boiled and noir literature from all origins. Comics, films, references and links related to the genres.
- Dedicated to hardboiled detective and mystery novels, with a checklist, links to other sites and a gallery of paperback cover art.
Holidays Can Be Murder!
- List of holiday-theme murder mysteries and their authors, categorized by holiday.
It's a Mystery
- Features book reviews and information about mystery authors. Includes a section on Canadian authors.
Magna cum Murder
- Crime fiction festival occurring in October, 2001. Includes list of featured guests, event history and a registration form.
Mormons in Mystery Novels
- Mormon and Utah-based fictional detectives, and the mystery novels in which they appear.
Mostly Links Mystery Site
- Links to sites dealing with mystery authors, books, publishers and book stores.
- Devoted to mystery fiction written by African-American writers and African-American main characters, including amateur sleuths, private eyes and police detectives.
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