The Tuesday Night Bloggers: Ellery Queen, Week 1

The Tuesday Club QueenA group of related bloggers who work in the general area of Golden Age Mysteries has decided to collaborate and publish a blog post every Tuesday as the Tuesday Night Bloggers. We began in the spirit of celebrating Agatha Christie’s 125th birthday anniversary. We’re now going to continue with a different Golden Age mystery writer; Tuesdays in November will be devoted to Ellery Queen.

Here they are, alphabetically:

Brad Friedman, ahsweetmysteryblog; The Queens of Crime: Comparing EQ to AC

Bev Hankins, My Reader’s Block: My Introduction to Ellery Queen

Kate Jackson, crossexaminingcrime: Ellery Queen and The Secret to Writing a Bestseller Title

Xavier Lechard, At the Villa Rose: Ellery Queen in France

Moira Redmond, Clothes in Books:Ellery Queen 1

Noah Stewart, Noah’s Archives: Halfway House, by Ellery Queen (1936)

We welcome a new participant this week; Xavier Lechard is a well-known Golden Age blogger from France who brings us an international perspective. Curtis Evans and Jeffrey Marks have let me know they’re each taking a week off. I’ll continue to update this post if I receive notifications from any other interested party, including Helen Szamuely and anyone else who’s interested; just pass me a link in the comments below and welcome aboard.

I can already see there is a wide range of interests focused through the lens of the Ellery Queen novels so this should be a fun month!

2 thoughts on “The Tuesday Night Bloggers: Ellery Queen, Week 1

  1. nbmandel says:

    You’ve got a bad link there — the crossexaminingcrime one duplicates Clothes in Books. Thanks for this, though.

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