Crime fiction and detectives who track down the criminal hold a special place in novels, film and TV dramas.
Our hero is often aloof or at least not exactly brimming with personality such as Jack Webb from the legendary TV show Dragnet. In recent years, consider Harry Bosch, the character written by best-selling author Michael Connelly. He’s a terse man who borders on being a loner and has little to say as he’s focused only on pursuing the criminal, except for a love interest here or there.
This blog, It’s a Crime … Story, will take you through beloved and lesser known detectives and crime fiction authors.
This blog is written by Don Simkovich and Lon Casler Bixby, authors of the Tom Stone Detective Stories including Tom Stone: Nitty Gritty Christmas, Tom Stone: Sweltering Summer Nights and Tom Stone: Day of the Dead.
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