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Marooned continued the trend towards adult. Rosemary Herbert. From the penny dreadful, which challenges seekers of sensation to discover the truth in a pattern of gory details; to the twentieth-century detective novel, which offers an intricate puzzle solved through the application of the intellect; to the crime novel, which probes the psyches of the characters, the crime and mystery genre offers readers an intellectual excitement unsurpassed by other forms of fiction.
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Now The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing provides scholars and fans of this genre with an authoritative yet playful compendium of knowledge about a literature known for its highly entertaining treatment of deadly serious puzzles. Editor Rosemary Herbert has brought together articles--written by such authorities as Edward D.
Hoch, Sara Paretsky, and the late Julian Symons--that will accompany readers in their armchair investigations. Character types--from the country constable to the omniscient sleuth to the femme fatale--sleuth, think, or slink within these pages.