• The Case for Catharsis in Crime Fiction

    Julie Mayhew on using crime and suspense to channel grief and rage.

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    Mussolini's Son-in-Law Kept a Diary – And It Put Him Right in the Crosshairs of Hitler and the Nazi Spy Apparatus

    On New Year’s Eve in 1942, Hitler acknowledged to the German armed forces that it had been a challenging year and that...

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