Library of Congress Crime Classics
If you love contemporary mysteries and you're interested in branching out into classics, the Library of Congress Crime Classics series is a fantastic place to start.
The Banning of James M. Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice
A brief history of the banning of James M Cain's popular hardboiled crime fiction novel The Postman Always Rings Twice
Where to Start with James M. Cain
These five books represent the range of James M. Cain's style, and will provide you with an entry point into an impressive and dazzling career
How James M. Cain Epitomized Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction
James M. Caine investigates dark crimes and violence, usually in Los Angeles or the American west, and is often considered a loner, much like the American cowboy.
Walter Mosley’s Leonid McGill Books in Order
Edgar Award-winning author Walter Mosley's Leonid McGill series follows a New York city P.I. trying to set his life right in this modern noir series.
The Best Anti-Hero Crime Fiction Novel
An adept criminal is done wrong in Richard Stark's The Hunter.