Anthony Curcio – a one-time American football team captain – planned an almost-perfect bank heist for $400,000. In many ways, he was lucky that his plan was foiled.
Sleepwalking affects a fraction of the population; an even smaller fraction of sleepwalkers commit murder while asleep. Yet this doesn’t mean that they’re guilty of a crime.
Commissioner Maciejewski returns, this time for a criminal mystery involving the matter of an unexpected infection...
Answer the questions and find out about your relationship with Themis.
Harlan Coben talks about writing crime during the pandemic, the global reach of Netflix, and the Polish-language adaptation of his novel “The Woods”.
In this excerpt from Czech writer Radka Denemarková’s novel “A Contribution to the History of Joy”, we join a policeman as he investigates the scene of the death of a wealthy businessman in Prague. The facts suggest a suicide, but not all is as it seems...
Throughout the 1990s, Budapest experienced a wave of armed robberies perpetrated by the so-called Whisky Robber. The man in question – a hockey goalkeeper named Attila Ambrus – became a national hero.
A corpse has been discovered at a retirement home run by nuns, but Zofia is not convinced that the death was entirely natural... Antonia Lloyd-Jones translates an excerpt from the first novel in a period crime series featuring Zofia Turbotyńska.
Upon arriving at the Europejski Hotel, Lieutenant Maciejewski is faced with a mystery involving forgotten state documents and the charms of a certain lady. A short crime story.