The Golden Age of British Mystery Writing, by Ellen Mintz
While mystery writing is considered to have been “invented” by Edgar Allan Poe and practiced by Arthur Conan Doyle in the 19th century, it is the British writers of the Detection Club who flourished between the wars that established the conventions of this most popular genre. Most modern mystery writers will credit these Golden Age authors with inspiring their efforts and ensuring its continuing popularity. Who doesn’t love a classic mystery?
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