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The lessons of Chernobyl live on
How did the 1986 disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant happen? Human error combined with political failures within the USSR were a deadly combination.
The Burglar Who Came Back One More Time
Gentleman burglar Bernie Rhodenbarr is back to steal reader’s hearts in this brand-new tale that marries mystery to science fiction.
‘Rally Round the Flag’ serves up Cold War satire
This Cold War satire still funny after all these years.
Ian Rutledge plays a deadly ‘Game of Fear’
In 1920s England, Inspector Ian Rutledge investigates a murder committed by a ghost against an invisible victim.
Heir inapparent in ‘Alington Inheritance’
Miss Silver helps a young woman prove she’s the rightful heir to an English estate.
The Man in the Brown Suit
A young English woman thinks she has witnessed a murder, and impulsively pursues the culprit all the way to South Africa in this standalone tale from the Queen of Mystery.
A Gentleman in Moscow
A man under house arrest in a Moscow hotel following the 1917 Bolsehvik Revolution nonetheless finds plenty to occupy his time, his mind and his heart.
Golden Girls Forever
Author Jim Colucci goes behind the scenes at a classic 1980s sitcom.
Miss Silver goes to Deeping in ‘The Fingerprint’
Was Jonathan Field murdered because he cut his beloved niece out of his will, or did he possess the key clue to solving a pair of wartime murders?