CADs 81

It’s always a good post day when the latest CADs (Crime and Detective Stories) magazine lands on your doormat. as always editor, Geoff Bradley, has put together a bumper issue. It’s hard to know where to start first. A few pieces which stood out for me are:

  • Religion in the Crime Fiction of Dorothy L Sayers by Philip Scowcroft
  • The Radfords Reviewed by Jamie Sturgeon
  • Hag’s Nook and Chatterham: From Fictional Village to Real Place by John Jeffries
  • Miss Gladden, Mrs Paschal and Miss Brooke: Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Detectives by Jon Wilkins
  • More Random Reading in Japanese Crime Fiction by Nick Kimber

In this issue I also talk about comic crime novels, as well as test the little grey cells of CADs readers, as part of the run up to the release of The Pocket Detective 2, (yes I will be bending everyone’s ear a little more about this later in the month).

If you’re thinking this is your sort of magazine then I strongly recommend you get in touch with the editor through this email address:

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