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    Main article: History of crime fiction One of the earliest stories in which solving a crime is central to the story is Oedipus Rex , in which the search for the murderer of the previous king, leads to the downfall of the current one. In this tale, a fisherman discovers a heavy locked chest along the Tigris river and he sells it to the Abbasid Caliph , Harun al-Rashid , who then has the chest broken open only to find inside it the dead body of a young woman who was cut into pieces. Harun orders his vizier , Ja'far ibn Yahya , to solve the crime and find the murderer within three days, or be executed if he fails his assignment. The latter involves a climax where the titular detective protagonist Ali Khwaja presents evidence from expert witnesses in a court. There is also Thomas Skinner Sturr's anonymous Richmond, or stories in the life of a Bow Street Officer ; another early full-length short-story in the genre is The Rector of Veilbye by the Danish author Steen Steensen Blicher , published in

    And though I wasn't disappointed or something, I got really nervous a Hands down one of the most intelligently crafted mysteries that I've ever read.

    And though I wasn't disappointed or something, I got really nervous at about the halfway stage about the possible denouements to the mystery because the plot was so wildly pulsating between crime and science and supernatural, that the denouement could only be either wickedly brilliant or an absolute cliche. Thankfully, it was the former. Talking about wicked brilliance - view spoiler [This is the first time I'm reading a full-length novel in which the last line-yes the very last line of the novel throws new light on the entire plot of the novel.

    This is also my first murder mystery in which everything -the perpetrator, the motive, the method- is left open-ended. It takes guts to do this even today since it puts some readers off, and to have done this in brings out a big salute to Sujatha.

    Enjoyed the concocted Tamil poems that augmented the supernatural and had to kick myself for not being able to guess the Science part accurately enough despite it being a novel written in Looking forward to reading more of Ganesh-Vasanth!

    View all 4 comments. Jul 10, Gowtham Sidharth rated it really liked it Shelves: View 1 comment.

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    Sep 03, Pechi rated it it was amazing. Sujatha does it again! Nobody can so easily blend science, ghosts and mystery into a master story! The ghost parts give you chills that no horror movie managed to give you. The mandapam sequences are bone chilling. The language so brilliant, story so crisp, suspense so curious and everything so perfect.

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    The last line of the book reminds you of the last line of Aaaaah. The perfect book for a weekend or a long travel or whenever you're bored. Hats off, Sujatha! Aug 31, Balaji Srinivasan rated it it was amazing. Feb 25, Umesh Kesavan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 15, Amsy rated it really liked it Shelves: Ganesh, a famous lawyer in Chennai and his junior, Vasanth, visits their client Leena viyasan's farm.

    Leena's uncle, Kumara viyasan, tells them that two years back a ghost possessed Leena and she killed a boy by drinking his blood.

    But Leena, 18 and innocent is about to become the heir of 10 million worth farm. Ganesh and Vasanth sees the ghost which appears to resemble leena. The next day they find a dead body in the farm. The dead body disappears from the police custody. The mystery is solved Ganesh, a famous lawyer in Chennai and his junior, Vasanth, visits their client Leena viyasan's farm.

    The mystery is solved by the lawyers by debating science and supernatural theory. Feb 09, Anand rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was awesome Actually to certain unpredictable things,we can give explanation in two ways 1. For example, If u speak about, the world gonna get demolished in people speak about, 1.

    Some people say as per old scriptures given in bible or mayans calendar, 2. In another way people give out rational ideas y it should happ.

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    This was clearly told in this book dealing with appari This book was awesome This was clearly told in this book dealing with apparition. It was a very good thriller and I wud say pls dont read this book when u r alone.. May 11, Srinath Padmanabhan rated it really liked it. I was pleasently surprised to see Ganesh and Vasdanth's characters right from page1. I was impressed by their cameo in Pesum Bommaigal and I wanted to read more and this one was perfect.

    Sujatha's writing is execellent and his exuberance of youth in the dialogues of Ganesh and Vasanth is spellbounding. The only regret was that when I badly wanted to know who was behind all this, Sujatha leaves the end to the reader's discretion. One of the best by Sujatha- A must read for all. Oct 13, Karthick rated it liked it Shelves: A character's personality and role is very important when it comes under "mystery-thriller" genre and I always take it very serious. Vasanth is irritating, not so funny!

    May be I have been reading serious types of novels? Though story line was good, I dont feel the "wow" sense in this book. Hologram saves!. Dec 12, Chakravarthi Bharati rated it it was amazing.

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    His dialogues inbetween the characters too good and the way of narrating the novel is also good. He was one of the best crime novel writers in Tamil. Feb 13, Saravanan rated it really liked it Shelves: Not a great literature.

    But a great entertainer. In the post-Mao era, crime fiction in China focused on corruption and harsh living conditions during the Mao era such as the Cultural Revolution. Readers speak of crime fiction as a mode of escapism to cope with other aspects of their life [14].

    Categories[ edit ] Detective fiction : a subgenre of crime fiction and mystery fiction in which an investigator or a detective—either professional, amateur or retired—investigates a crime, often murder The cozy mystery : a subgenre of detective fiction in which profanity, sex, and violence are downplayed or treated humorously.

    The whodunit : the most common form of detective fiction. It features a complex, plot-driven story in which the reader is provided with clues from which the identity of the perpetrator of the crime may be deduced before the solution is revealed at the end of the book.

    The historical whodunnit : also a subgenre of historical fiction. The setting of the story and the crime has some historical significance.

    The locked room mystery : a specialized kind of a whodunit in which the crime is committed under apparently impossible circumstances, such as a locked room which no intruder could have entered or left. The American hardboiled school: distinguished by the unsentimental portrayal of sex and violence; the sleuth usually also confronts danger and engages in violence.

    The police procedural : the detective is a member of the police, and thus the activities of a police force are usually convincingly depicted. Forensic crime fiction; similar to the police procedural. The investigator the reader follows is usually a medical examiner or pathologist—they must use the forensic evidence left on the body and at the crime scene to catch the killer.

    This subgenre was first introduced by Patricia Cornwell. The legal thriller : the major characters are lawyers and their employees, and they become involved in proving their cases.

    The spy novel : the major characters are spies , usually working for an intelligence agency.

    The caper story and the criminal novel: the stories are told from the point of view of the criminals. The psychological thriller or psychological suspense: this specific subgenre of the thriller genre also incorporates elements from detective fiction, as the protagonist must solve the mystery of the psychological conflict presented in these types of stories. The parody or spoof.

    Pseudonymous authors[ edit ] As far as the history of crime fiction is concerned, some authors have been reluctant to publish their crime novels under their real names. More currently, some publish pseudonymously because of the belief that since the large booksellers are aware of their historical sales figures, and command a certain degree of influence over publishers, the only way to "break out" of their current advance numbers is to publish as someone with no track record.

    In the late s and 40s, British County Court judge Arthur Alexander Gordon Clark — published a number of detective novels under the alias Cyril Hare in which he made use of his profoundly extensive knowledge of the English legal system. Other authors take delight in cherishing their alter egos : Ruth Rendell writes one sort of crime novels as Ruth Rendell and another type as Barbara Vine ; John Dickson Carr also used the pseudonym Carter Dickson.

    The author Evan Hunter which itself was a pseudonym wrote his crime fiction under the name of Ed McBain. Availability of crime novels[ edit ] Quality and availability[ edit ] As with any other entity, quality of a crime fiction book is not in any meaningful proportion to its availability. Some of the crime novels generally regarded as the finest, including those regularly chosen by experts as belonging to the best crime novels ever written see bibliography , have been out of print ever since their first publication, which often dates back to the s or 30s.

    The bulk of books that can be found today on the shelves labelled "Crime" consists of recent first publications usually no older than a few years. Classics and bestsellers[ edit ] Furthermore, only a select few authors have achieved the status of "classics" for their published works. A classic is any text that can be received and accepted universally, because they transcend context. A popular, well known example is Agatha Christie , whose texts, originally published between and her death in , are available in UK and US editions in all English speaking nations.

    Christie's works, particularly featuring detectives Hercule Poirot or Miss Jane Marple , have given her the title the 'Queen of Crime' and made her one of the most important and innovative writers in the development of the genre.

    One example is Val McDermid , whose first book appeared as far back as ; another is Florida -based author Carl Hiaasen , who has been publishing books since , all of which are readily available. Revival of past classics[ edit ] From time to time publishing houses decide, for commercial purposes, to revive long-forgotten authors and reprint one or two of their more commercially successful novels. Apart from Penguin Books , who for this purpose have resorted to their old green cover and dug out some of their vintage authors, Pan started a series in entitled "Pan Classic Crime," which includes a handful of novels by Eric Ambler , but also American Hillary Waugh 's Last Seen Wearing In , Edinburgh -based Canongate Books started a series called "Canongate Crime Classics," —both a whodunnit and a roman noir about amnesia and insanity —and other novels.

    However, books brought out by smaller publishers like Canongate Books are usually not stocked by the larger bookshops and overseas booksellers. The British Library has also since starting republishing "lost" crime classics, with the collection referred to on their website as "British Library Crime Classics series". Sometimes older crime novels are revived by screenwriters and directors rather than publishing houses. In many such cases, publishers then follow suit and release a so-called "film tie-in" edition showing a still from the movie on the front cover and the film credits on the back cover of the book—yet another marketing strategy aimed at those cinemagoers who may want to do both: first read the book and then watch the film or vice versa.

    Ripley originally published in , Ira Levin 's Sliver , with the cover photograph depicting a steamy sex scene between Sharon Stone and William Baldwin straight from the movie , and, again, Bret Easton Ellis 's American Psycho Bloomsbury Publishing PLC on the other hand have launched what they call "Bloomsbury Film Classics"—a series of original novels on which feature films were based. This series includes, for example, Ethel Lina White 's novel The Wheel Spins , which Alfred Hitchcock —before he went to Hollywood—turned into a much-loved movie entitled The Lady Vanishes , and Ira Levin 's born science fiction thriller The Boys from Brazil , which was filmed in Older novels can often be retrieved from the ever-growing Project Gutenberg database.