"We can’t get enough of detective mysteries. On television, police or medical procedurals and dramas such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, House M.D., Sherlock, and Elementary, draw us from the comfort and safety of our homes into high-stakes worlds of danger, intrigue, and death. Our continued fascination with “whodunit” manifests itself on the bookshelf as well – even J.K. Rowling published the crime fiction novel The Cuckoo’s Calling under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith in 2013. Since its publication in 1939, Agatha Christie’s mystery novel And Then There Were None remains one of the bestselling novels of all time.
In The Deadly Dinner Party, a collection of real-life medical detective mysteries, Jonathan A. Edlow contributes to the tradition of the detective mystery while carving out new space for himself … “
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