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March 16 2016

Our 5 Most Anticipated Books Published March 15, 2016

Every Wednesday, we here at Criminal Element will put together a list of Staff Picks of the books that published the day before—sharing the ones that we are looking forward to reading the...
February 12 2016

Minder: A Valentine’s Day Mystery Dating App from Minotaur

Our friends over at Minotaur have put together this fun little Valentine's Day mystery dating quiz featuring a few series protagonists that know how to get the heart racing. Swipe your...
November 23 2015

Happy Thanksreading!: Where will you sit at the Minotaur Thanksgiving Feast?

Why talk politics with relatives or nervously count calories this Thanksgiving when several new paperbacks from Minotaur Books are within arm's reach? Read the profiles to figure out where...
May 29 2015

Sunday, High Noon...Quiz Showdown at BookCon!

This Sunday, May 31st at noon, Criminal Element hosts the Crime Time Quiz Show with authors Jane Cleland, Julia Dahl, and Maggie Barbieri. As part of BookCon at NYC's Javits Center, the authors...
May 8 2015

Showdown to Fun: High Noon at BookCon with Us!

On May 31st at noon, during BookCon at NYC's Javits Center, Criminal Element hosts the Crime Time Quiz Show with authors Jane Cleland, Julia Dahl, and Maggie Barbieri. Each author will represent...
December 3 2012

Fresh Meat: Extra Credit by Maggie Barbieri

Extra Credit by Maggie Barbieri is the seventh book in the traditional mystery series featuring English professor Alison Bergeron (available December 11, 2012). I read a ton of traditional mysteries,...
July 16 2012

Undercover Sweepstakes with Some Like it Hawk by Donna Andrews!

Note from the hijackers HQ: Art director David Rotstein has been sharing the ideas and processes behind book cover design on a Tumblr site—check out his previous posts on Gone Missing by...
August 29 2011

School Days Can Be Murder

Judging by the proliferation of backpack, laptop, and sneaker ads on TV, it must be time to head back to school. Since almost as many authors seem to come from the halls of academia as the cubicles...