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Arthur & George: Great Fiction Becomes a Good Enough Miniseries
Bay Area Writer and Editor
The TV production of Arthur & George is also well acted, with wonderful sets, locations, and photography, so enjoy it for what it is. Just go out and read the novel, too.
'In the Dark Places,' A Conversation With Peter Robinson
Author, "The Lovers' Tango"
In the Dark Places
is the 22nd Inspector Banks novel. It blends a police procedural with psychological suspense, and begins with a simple matter of a stolen tractor from a Yorkshire farm.
'Brushback,' A Conversation With Sara Paretsky
Author, "The Lovers' Tango"
Sara Paretsky is the award-winning author of the V. I. Warshawski detective novels. In 1982, when Sara wrote
, she revolutionized the mystery novel by creating a hard-boiled woman investigator.
Success in Midlife and Afterlife: At Sea with P.D. James
Fellow, Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute; Harvard Fell...
When I boarded the
Queen Elizabeth 2
at Southampton, UK, for my first Atlantic crossing in August 2002, I felt like an impostor.
P.D. James: Master of the Modern Detective Novel
Writer, Scholar, Educator
I think this is the stroke of genius on P.D. James's part: creating a character from this cloth. Dalgliesh is the dream child of the frustrated novelist, for he can make striking observations and connections that a more down-to-earth gumshoe simply cannot make.
Remembering P.D. James: When Crime Comes Calling, Good Luck Ignoring Its Knock
Journalist, crime writer (The Agatha Christie Book Club, Ghost...
With the recent death of the doyenne of crime fiction P.D. James at age 94, I am reminded of a wondrous quote she made in 2011 that put my life and work into perspective. "I don't think that we necessarily choose our genre; the genre chooses us."
Where Does P.D. James Like To Read?
I am an obsessive reader and am rarely without a book which I read whenever I have the opportunity.
Read An Excerpt From The Sequel To Pride And Prejudice
Time for a Good Book
Founder/CEO, The Apogee Group
I confess to liking, collecting, sharing and savoring both mysteries and thrillers. My favorite sleuths are, like me, flawed and curious in an often dark, confusing and fallen world.
P.D. James Turns 90, Still Working On A New Book
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P.D. James On The Enduring Appeal Of Detective Fiction
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