Mystery Sites, General
American Crime Writers League
American Crime Writers League is a professional organization restricted to currently active writers published in the United States in the field of crime fiction and true crime. Their web site includes author news from members.
Reviews, interviews and features (both general and mystery)
Books 'n' Bytes
Mystery and science fiction books, reviews, and news
Crime by the Book
One girl's ongoing exploration of crime fiction from around the world, by the book.
An academic-oriented site with author interviews, book reviews, a look at crime films, nonfiction bibliographies, and articles (none since 2005)
News, reviews, features, and interviews, from a European perspective
Investigating crime fiction from a Kiwi (New Zealand) perspective
Cross Examining Crime
Revieweing crime films, TV series and theatre productions, and also some quizzes and other criminally good fun.
Elizabeth A. White
Book reviews, interviews, and features
Euro Crime, for British and European Crime Fiction
News, author links, bibliographies, new releases, reviews, awards, shops, and links
The latest in mystery-related news
International Crime Fiction Research Group
The International Crime Fiction Research Group, based at the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities in Queen’s University Belfast, was created in 2013. It brings together scholars from disciplines such as literature, film studies and cultural history.
Kings River Life
Articles and news about entertainment, literature, food, and pets, along with short stories, reviews, and a podcast.
Mrs. Peabody Investigate
Mrs. Peabody investigates international crime fiction, TV and film.
The Real Book Spy
Reviewer Ryan Steck offers full coverage of all your favorite thriller authors and their characters.
A site from Steven Powell, a leading scholar of American crime fiction and member of the Crime Writer’s Association and James Ellroy scholar. Includes reviews and interviews.