Because of a recent home-remodeling project, memorable older crime and mystery novels have been much on my mind lately. So, taking a break from the deluge of political news, I’ve devoted my Kirkus Reviews column this week to a few dusty but still delightful works, all published within the last four decades, that deserve re-reading.
Please feel free to chime in with your own suggestions!
READ MORE: “Hail to the Chief! Presidential Crime Fiction/Presidents’ Day Mysteries,” by Janet Rudolph (Mystery Fanfare).