Stories By Jem Bloomfield
Lots in a NameMay 9, 2020
Rather more subtle is Hercule Poirot, whose name contains elements of both “Hercules”, the classical hero,...
Gentlemen and PlayersMay 5, 2020
Yet it is the amateur, the eccentric and the outsider who plays the hero in the...
The Solution to HistoryMay 2, 2020
These days the historical mystery buff can choose from works featuring Owen Archer, Prioress Eleanor, Petroc...
Who Didn’t Do It?April 30, 2020
The “golden age” of detective fiction, which began roughly with Christie’s The Mysterious Affair at Styles,...
Book of HoursApril 29, 2020
Clocks, with their symbolic freight of time and plot, can serve as weapons with which the...
Family ValuesApril 28, 2020
Their glossy and frequently rather smug “postmodernism”, which refuses to acknowledge any authority other than previous...
The Key to the CaseApril 26, 2020
The locked room mystery has been a staple of detective fiction since Edgar Allan Poe’s The...
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