Saturday, December 08, 2007

Mysteries on TV: Foyle's War

Mysteries on TV

Earlier this week as we were watching , we were struck anew at how wonderful this series is. Produced in the UK, the series is set in and around Hastings along the southern coast of England during World War II. Each episode, which is dated chronologically as the series progresses, involves the investigation of a local crime that often has some connection to the war.

Michael Kitchen plays Detective Chief Inspector Christopher Foyle in a magnificant, understated manner. His approach to solving crime is simplicity itself: observe, ask questions, interpret clues, and arrest the guilty party. The production values are first rate and the plotlines are clever and compelling. The series is written by Anthony Horowitz who has also contributed to the series and the series of made-for-television movies. Horowitz is also the author of the children's adventure series featuring .

Although not strictly necessary to enjoy the series, it is probably best to watch the episodes in sequential order from the beginning. Doing so follows the historical progression of the war and also helps the viewer understand how the character relationships developed. The episodes (4 per set) are dated starting with the first episode in May 1940 and with the 16th (and most recent available) episode dated March 1943. Three additional (and final) episodes are currently in production which will be aired next year concluding this terrific series.

If you are looking for a perfect gift for the mystery and suspense television fan, you can't go wrong with .

Foyle's War Set 1Foyle's War Set 2Foyle's War Set 3Foyle's War Set 4

For more information about the Foyle's War series, visit our . A synopsis of every episode is provided as well as YouTube video clips and more. To purchase any the four available DVD sets, click on one of the links above or go to .

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Mystery Book Review: Hitler's Judas by Tom Lewis

Mysterious ReviewsMysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, has written a review of Hitler's Judas by Tom Lewis. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.

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Hitler's Judas by Tom Lewis
The Pea Island Gold Trilogy (2nd Book)

VP Publishing (Trade Paperback)
ISBN-10: 0-9705793-6-5 (0970579365)
ISBN-13: 978-0-9705793-6-2 (9780970579362)
Publication Date: September 2007
List Price: $14.95

Synopsis (from the publisher): Martin Bormann, possibly the closest man to Adolf Hitler, knows Hitler’s insane decision to invade Russia will destroy The Fatherland. Already in a position of enormous power, Bormann forms an intricate plan of escape. But Bormann has no intentions of escaping as a pauper.

When the right moment comes, Bormann leaves the doomed Third Reich forever, taking with him $50 million in stolen Nazi gold. His surprising destination is Pea Island, a lonely strip of sand north of Cape Hatteras, . Will his plan succeed?

Review: The second book in the Pea Island Gold Trilogy by Tom Lewis, Hitler's Judas, is a backstory for the first book, relating the tale of how a fortune in gold bullion came to be buried on a small island off the coast of North Carolina.

It is 1941 Germany. Adolf Hitler’s armies have invaded most of Europe and he’s heading for the Soviet Union. Hitler believes he can conquer not only Europe, but the world. Many of his high profile military men disagree but fear Hitler’s wrath should they confront him. One man in particular knows of the arrogance and futility of the war, and although he is not afraid of Hitler, for his own arrogant and selfish reasons he does not confront him. He is Martin Bormann, Hitler’s personal secretary, confidante and friend of many years. Inasmuch as he believes that, without a doubt, Hitler and the Fatherland will be defeated, he begins the biggest betrayal of its kind.

It took over two years of planning, but eventually Borman was able to transfer millions of dollars in gold bars and American currency from the German coffers to banks in neutral countries. He was also able to have the fastest most efficient submarine completed at the time he would need it. Borman went so far as to bribe a southern POW airman to join him and teach him “southern” English so when he arrived on Pea Island, the destination of his choice because it was isolated and barren, he would fit right in. He assembled a crew for his vessel and had them stow the crates of money and gold in special holds on the ship.

What happens to these men, their submarine, and the people living on Pea Island that include a young girl named Sunday Everette, is startling. Just as compelling as the first book in the trilogy, , yet separate and exciting in its own right, Hitler's Judas is an impressive addition to this already outstanding series.

Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of The Betz Review for contributing her review of Hitler's Judas and to Maryglenn McCombs Book Publicity for providing a copy of the book for this review.

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Friday, December 07, 2007

Mystery Bestsellers for December 07, 2007

Mystery BestsellersA list of the top 15 for the week ending December 07, 2007 has been posted on the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books website.

T is for Trespass by Sue Grafton
's 20th Kinsey Millhone mystery, T is for Trespass, debuts this week at number 5. This series began 25 years ago with the publication of A is for Alibi (first editions of which sell for thousands of dollars) and is still going strong. In this most recent book, Grafton alternates point-of-view between Kinsey and a chilling sociopath, Solana Rojas. Rojas is not her birth name. It is an identity she cunningly stole, an identity that gives her access to private caregiving jobs. The true horror of the novel builds with excruciating tension as the reader foresees the awfulness that lies ahead. The suspense lies in whether Millhone will realize what is happening in time to intervene.

On our bestseller page, we've added an icon next to every title that is available for immediate download onto the Amazon Kindle. To learn about this wireless reading device, visit the Amazon Kindle page for more information.

The top four mystery bestsellers this week are depicted below:


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Wednesday, December 05, 2007

First Clues: Minute Mysteries

If you're traveling for the holidays, consider minute mysteries to pass the time in the car, on the train, or in the air. (They make great gifts too!)

I remember fondly the hours my sister and I spent reading minute mysteries to each other while on the road. (This was before the days of portable DVD players and Nintendo DS!) We would go over the clues and try to be the first to discover "whodunit". It was great fun and certainly helped us both improve our reading skills, deductive reasoning, and appreciation for the mystery books that we would later read as adults.

Ken Weber has written several editions of 5 minute mysteries books. Two of his most recent books, Absolutely Amazing Five-Minute Mysteries and Utterly Ingenious Five-Minute Mysteries, are shown below Each offers more than 40 new stories that will test your powers of observation.

Stan Smith has written three books featuring the wily logician Thomas P. Stanwick who tackles all sorts of different mysteries in Five-Minute Whodunits, Five-Minute Mini-Mysteries, and Five-Minute Crimebusters (also shown below).

Finally, for the CSI fans in your house, Jeremy Brown has written two books containing 4 minute forensic mysteries, Crime Files: Body of Evidence and Crime Files: Shadow of Doubt, covers of each depicted below.

Each of these books and more are offered on our website, .




If the special girl in your family is a fan of the American Girl series, be sure to also check out the .

We think reading mini-mysteries together is a terrific way of sharing time with your family and introducing your kids to the wonderful world of mystery books.

is pleased to provide information on over 50 mystery series for children and young adults. Each series is conveniently listed under three different age categories (New Sleuth, ages 4 to 7; Future Sleuth, aged 7 to 10; and Sleuth in Training, ages 10 and older). If you have a favorite mystery series you'd like to see added to our site, please contact us.

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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Mystery Book Review: Prayer of the Dragon by Eliot Pattison

Mysterious ReviewsMysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, has written a review of Prayer of the Dragon by Eliot Pattison. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.

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Prayer of the Dragon by Eliot Pattison
A Shan Tao Yun Mystery

Soho Crime (Hardcover)
ISBN-10: 1-56947-479-6 (1569474796)
ISBN-13: 978-1-56947-479-2 (9781569474792)
Publication Date: December 2007
List Price: $24.00

Synopsis (from the publisher): Summoned to a remote village from the hidden lamasery where he lives, Shan, formerly an investigator in Beijing, must save a comatose man from execution for two murders in which the victims’ arms have been removed. Upon arrival, he discovers that the suspect is not Tibetan but Navajo. The man has come with his niece to seek ancestral ties between their people and the ancient Bon. The recent murders are only part of a chain of deaths. Together with his friends, the monks Gendun and Lokesh, Shan solves the riddle of Dragon Mountain, the place “where world begins.”

Review: Eliot Pattison's fifth mystery to feature exiled investigator San Tao Yun, Prayer of the Dragon, is a mesmerizing tale of murder and deception, set in a remote region of Tibet.

Fearful of drawing the attention of the official government in Beijing, Shan, a former government official who was once condemned to a Tibetan gulag but "allowed" to escape, is summoned to Drango, a small village at the base of the sacred Sleeping Dragon Mountain in Tibet, to investigate a series of grisly murders in which the victims' hands had been severed and removed from the scene of the crime. A man who had descended from the mountain covered in blood is the only suspect, but he is a foreigner: a Navajo from America. Blackmailed into finding the killer, Shan must also discover the motive for the murders. But the secrets of Sleeping Dragon Mountain are not easily learned and danger precedes Shan's every step.

One just doesn't read Prayer of the Dragon; one participates with Shan on his extraordinary quest for the truth. This is not a book to be read quickly. The atmospheric setting and crisply written narrative are meant to be savored. It is relatively long at over 350 pages, but there are few unnecessary passages. And the plot is fairly complex. At some point, however, the mystery of the murders becomes somewhat secondary, replaced by the wonder and awe of the mountain and its centuries of history. Shan's journey is fraught with peril along the Bon kora, the ancient path to the summit, and the certainty of the unknown affects both Shan and the reader.

Here's a typical, beautifully written, almost lyrical paragraph from early in the book:

As great as the mystery of the killer's identity was the mystery of the victims'. [Shan's friend] Lokesh would insist that the spirits of the dead, like those of all murdered men, still lurked nearby. Shan found himself scanning the darkened slope. He would have welcomed a conversation with a ghost. His first question would be the one that had gnawed at him since visiting the death site the first time, when he'd seen the lightning snake and a portion of a little wooden figure. Why were these Tibetan things being done in non-Tibetan ways?

Much later, when Shan is heading out, he tells a companion, "Someone once asked Lokesh what I do. He told the man I am a confessor of ghosts. It's the best description I have ever heard. In my experience the only people who can be relied upon always to tell the truth are the dead."

There are many intriguing aspects of the story that add complexity to the plot. One is the potential historical link between the Navajo and the Bon and how it plays into the motivation of some of the characters. Another is the political climate of Tibet and the conflict between the official government in Beijing and the officially unofficial government of Tibetan villages. Yet a third is in the characters themselves which are wonderfully and uniquely drawn and frequently behave in not quite expected ways.

The climax has a bit of an Indiana Jones feel to it but the final chapter is a contextually fitting and appropriate conclusion to a most remarkable book.

Prayer of the Dragon is a captivating experience. It is one of the year's best mysteries.

Special thanks to Soho Press for providing a copy of Prayer of the Dragon for this review.

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Mystery Movies in High Definition

Mystery Movies in High DefinitionIf you're giving (or receiving or thinking about giving or receiving) a new high definition DVD player this holiday season, please visit our website for .

There are currently two formats for high definition DVDs: Blu-ray Discs and HD DVDs. Blu-ray was developed by Sony and HD DVD by Toshiba; both display movies in full high definition resolution but Blu-ray Discs must be played on a Blu-ray player and HD DVDs must be played on an HD DVD player.

also has a selection of the latest and as well as computers and game consoles that include these players.

We have over 80 mystery, suspense, and thriller movies that are currently available in high definition listed on our website with more added every week. We've conveniently categorized them as being available on Blu-ray, HD DVD, or both. Some of our favorites are shown below.


Amazon.com has a good introduction to all things high definition on their High-Def 101 page. Included are a list of FAQs, definitions of terms, a blog with the latest developments, a sample configuration of a High-Def room, and special offers with the purchase of high definition products. Don't forget to check out their very informative "High-Def Cheat Sheet" with a step-by-step guide to buying and configuring your system.

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Mysteries on TV: 24, Diagnosis Murder, and Law & Order SVU

Mysteries on TV

New mystery series being released on DVD this week:

After 20 months in a Chinese prison, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) returns to the United States in the 6th season of . But his freedom is short lived, as the U.S. government is prepared to turn him over to a terrorist group in return for the location of Hamri Al-Assad, who has unleashed a series of nuclear bombs across the country. But when he learns that his new captor is actually the man behind the attacks and that his own sacrifice is meaningless, Jack lashes out and escapes. Now he must convince the President and the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) that the targeted Al-Assad may in fact be the only one who can end the rapidly escalating violence.

The 7 disks of contain all 24 episodes that aired on Fox from January through May 2007. In addition are hours of special features including an exclusive Season 7 preview, over 25 minutes of deleted scenes, numerous cast/crew episode commentaries, more than 20 behind-the-scenes webcast diaries, and more.

Make an appointment for the 3rd season of . The series stars Dick Van Dyke as Dr. Mark Sloan, who, in addition to his duties as chief of internal medicine at Los Angeles' Community General Hospital, is a consultant for the police department where Van Dyke's son, Barry Van Dyke, plays homicide detective Steve Sloan. The series also features Victoria Rowell as Dr. Amanda Bentley and Charlie Schlatter as Dr. Jesse Travis.

The 5 disks of contain all 18 episodes that aired on CBS from December 1995 through May 1996.

Documenting the compelling cases of the New York Police Department's elite Special Victims Unit are the detectives in the 4th season of . Starring Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler and Mariska Hargitay as his partner Detective Olivia Benson, they try to solve the city's most heinous crimes. Together they work under the command of Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek). Also featured this season are Detective Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T), forensic psychiatrist Dr. George Huang (B. D. Wong), and Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March).

The 5 disks of contain all 25 episodes that aired on NBC from September 2002 through May 2003. (Note: Law & Order: SVI Season 5 was released out of order in 2004.)

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Monday, December 03, 2007

Mystery Book Review: A Rose from the Dead by Kate Collins

Mysterious ReviewsMysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, has written a review of A Rose from the Dead by Kate Collins. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.

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A Rose from the Dead by Kate Collins
A Flower Shop Mystery with Abby Knight

Signet (Mass Market Paperback)
ISBN-10: 0-451-22241-5 (0451222415)
ISBN-13: 978-0-451-22241-1 (9780451222411)
Publication Date: December 2007
List Price: $6.99

Synopsis (from the publisher): Abby Knight is attending the Midwestern Funeral Directors Associations regional convention, where the associations intensely disliked chairperson is found dead in a locked casket, her signature rose missing from her hair. Abby's determined to find out who loved the victim—and who loved her not.

Review: Florist Abby Knight continues her amateur sleuthing in A Rose from the Dead, the 6th delightful mystery in this series by Kate Collins.

Never one to turn down an opportunity to drum up business for her flower shop, Abby agrees to share a booth at a local convention for funeral directors. When the organizer, Sybil Blount, a flamboyant and eminently dislikable woman who always wore her signature red rose, is murdered and found, appropriately enough, in a casket, the police suspect Abby's friend Delilah. Of course Abby finds this unacceptable, and with the help of Marco, her ex-cop, ex-Army Ranger boyfriend, she follows her "gut feeling" about who might have killed Sybil. But will her pointed questions help identify the murderer, or will she simply set herself up to be next?

Despite, or maybe in spite of, the venue of the story, Collins introduces a considerable amount of (sometimes dark) humor into A Rose from the Dead. An early scene where Abby walks into an upright casket painted to look like a telephone booth, and is promptly locked inside as a prank by the sons of a local businessman, is very humorous. Then there's Angelique, a harpist, owner of Music for the Soul, who is available to play music at a funeral written from the soul of the dead. There are several more eccentric characters, all of whom seem perfectly suited for this light-hearted mystery, who add a great deal of diverting pleasure for the reader.

Even with the fun and laughter there is still a murder to be solved and Abby with her "gut feeling" is up to the task. A Rose from the Dead is entertaining from start to finish.

Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of for contributing her review of A Rose from the Dead and to Kate Collins for providing a copy of the book for this review.

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Compendium of Mystery News 071203

Today's compendium of recently published mystery news articles:

• Here's an interesting blog post: TopRetirements.com writes about Judging a Retirement Town by Its Bookstore. Several mystery bookstores are mentioned and more than a few mystery authors offer up their opinions.

Variety is reporting that digital studio Worldwide Biggies has acquired the movie and game rights to the Tom Swift adventure series. Not exactly mysteries in the Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew sense, the Tom Swift books were suspenseful in a MacGyver or Indiana Jones sense.

• Otto Penzler writes in his column on NYSun.com about Ira Levin and Norman Mailer, both of whom who died last month, and their contributions to the world of mystery and suspense.

• Tom Nolan in The Wall Street Journal reviews several new mysteries calling his article, A Season for Sleuthing.

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Mystery Godoku Puzzle for December 03, 2007

Mystery GodokuMystery Godoku Puzzle for December 03, 2007A new has been created by the editors of the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books and is now available on our website.

Godoku is similar to Sudoku, but uses letters instead of numbers. To give you a headstart, we provide you a mystery clue to fill in a complete row or column (if you choose to use it!).

This week's letters and mystery clue: A C D H N O P S Y. Abby Shaw is featured in this mystery series by (9 letters).

New! We now have our puzzles in PDF format for easier printing. Print this week's puzzle here.

Previous puzzles are stored in the Mystery Godoku Archives.

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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Mysteries on TV: Jesse Stone

Mysteries on TV

Last night, CBS replayed the fourth made-for-television movie in the Jesse Stone series, Sea Change. These movies are undoubtedly some of the best adaptations of a mystery series ever filmed and though we'd seen it the first time in May, we couldn't help but watch it again. (It is not yet available on DVD.)

Tom Selleck doesn't just play the character of Jesse Stone in these movies, Tom Selleck becomes Jesse Stone. , the author of the Jesse Stone series of mystery novels, has said on his blog that, though the character in his books is much younger than that portrayed by Selleck, "Tom nails the character." Selleck was nominated for an Emmy this year for his portrayal of Jesse Stone in Sea Change.

The first three movies in the series, , , and are available individually on DVD or may be purchased together as the . A fifth movie, Thin Ice, is currently in production and is the first not to be based on one of the books in the series.

For more information about the Jesse Stone books and movies, visit our . To purchase any the three available movies out on DVD, click on one of the links above or go to . (Note: Amazon.com periodically runs out of the complete collection, it is that popular. Third party sources may have it or the individual DVDs maybe purchased separately.)

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Saturday, December 01, 2007

Kindle Mysteries: New Mystery Book Titles for December 2007

A list of over 20 new mystery books scheduled for publication in December 2007 and available for the , Amazon's wireless reading device, has been posted to the website.

Notable titles include the second mystery in the Tess Monaghan series by , Charm City. Winner of the 1998 for Best Paperback Original and the 1998 for Best Original P. I. Paperback Novel, this mystery is now available for the first time in as well as on the Kindle. In Charm City, Tess investigates the murder of a business tycoon who was trying to bring professional basketball back to Baltimore.

for the Kindle are generally priced between $3.99 and $9.99 and can be downloaded immediately.

currently has a list of over 200 recently published mystery book titles available on our website with more added every week.

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Mystery Book Review: The First Wave by James R. Benn

Mysterious ReviewsMysterious Reviews, mysteries reviewed by the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books, has written a review of The First Wave by James R. Benn. For our blog readers, we are printing it first here in advance of its publication on our website.The First Wave by James R. Benn

The First Wave by James R. Benn
A Billy Boyle Mystery

Soho Crime (Hardcover)
ISBN-10: 1-56947-471-0 (1569474710)
ISBN-13: 978-1-56947-471-6 (9781569474716)
Publication Date: September 2007
List Price: $24.00

Synopsis (from the publisher): Lt. Billy Boyle reluctantly accompanies Major Samuel Harding, his boss, in the first boat to land on the shores of Algeria during the Allied invasion. Their task is to arrange the surrender of the Vichy French forces. But there is dissension between the regular army, the local militia and DeGaulle’s Free French. American black marketeers in league with the enemy divert medical supplies to the Casbah, leading to multiple murders that Billy must solve while trying to rescue the girl he loves, a captured British spy.

Review: Billy Boyle lands on the shores of Algeria during the Allied invasion and finds himself investigating black market murders in The First Wave, the second mystery in this series by James R. Benn.

Lt. Billy Boyle is a third-generation cop from Boston who is currently serving as a military investigator under Maj. Sam Harding in the US Army in 1942. Harding is assigned to liberate Algeria from the Vichy Regime, a client state of Nazi Germany, and Billy accompanies him on the first boat to land on the shores of the African nation. Setting up office in a base hospital, the officers are faced with a number of immediate non-combat problems. A rebel group has captured a group of college students who were in Algeria to protest the war and medical supplies are being stolen and sold on the black market which may also be linked to the murders of several soldiers. Billy's assignment is to find the location of the rebel group as well as to shut down the black market before anyone else is killed.

The combination of fact and fiction is often a compelling mix, especially in a mystery. As Billy is part of the first wave to land on Algeria, he wonders if the French will regard the Americans as invaders or liberators. Historically accurate, this conflict contributes to the suspense of the story and, not coincidentally, adds to the list of suspects. Who can Billy trust in this occupied foreign land?

Billy goes about his assignment with a positive attitude and good humor despite being knocked around a bit. He's a very well drawn character. The mystery here is cleverly conceived with a number of unexpected twists and turns in a multi-faceted plot.

Despite the striking and colorful book cover, The First Wave feels more like a classic noir-ish WWII suspense thriller. Billy's escapades in Algeria are an exciting addition to this well-written series.

Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of for contributing her review of The First Wave and to Soho Press for providing a copy of the book for this review.

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Friday, November 30, 2007

New Hardcover Mysteries for December 2007

New Hardcover Mystery Books for December 2007

The Hidden Staircase Mystery Books has updated its list of scheduled for publication in December 2007. Below is a preview of 9 of these books (out of the over 40 listed):

Though the scheduled publication date is reported to be December for these books, the actual dates when books may be purchased can vary widely with some available now and a few not shipping until the following month.

For more information on any of these titles, please visit the page on our website. If you're interested in new paperbacks, visit where you can discover a library of new mysteries.

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