The Tuesday Night Bloggers: John Dickson Carr (Week 3)

12784234_10206990403411371_1309856526_nA 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 each month; March, 2016 will be devoted to John Dickson Carr.

John Dickson Carr, Week 3:

Here’s this week’s posts, alphabetically:

Brad Friedman, ahsweetmysteryblog: The Forgotten Genius, or Where Did I Park My Carr?

Kate Jackson, crossexaminingcrime: The Peacock Feather Murders (1937) by Carter Dickson

Xavier Lechard, At the Villa Rose: John Dickson Carr, American writer

Moira Redmond, Clothes in Books: John Dickson Carr’s Memorable Books

Noah Stewart, Noah’s Archives: Book scouting John Dickson Carr (Part 2 of 2)

As I become aware of other posts, I’ll add them here. Welcome back to Xavier Lechard, who occasionally brings us the French point of view; we are sad to note that our friend JJ at The Invisible Event has had to go on hiatus due to recent hand surgery. Remember, we’re open to all contributions; if you don’t have a blog, get in touch and we’ll find you a place to place an essay. Next month’s featured author will be Phoebe Atwood Taylor (aka Alice Tilton).

 

2 thoughts on “The Tuesday Night Bloggers: John Dickson Carr (Week 3)

  1. JJ says:

    Irritated beyond words to be missing this, but it’s another great set of posts – keep it up, guys!

  2. nbmandel says:

    Looking forward to reading these Carr pieces, but I can’t believe that PA Taylor is up next! I’ve just asked for another from the Brooklyn library stacks, so I’ll be able to play.

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