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Publisher of Liars Anonymous and The Fault Tree
St. Martin's Press
Publisher of Forcing Amaryllis:
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Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
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Arming Women Against Rape and Endangerment
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A group of writers, producers, and concerned members of the public who are working together to obtain better funding for forensic science labs. The Crime Lab Project
Mystery and Other Book Sites
BookTour.com: Where authors and audiences meet.
Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind: Crime fiction news and reviews, gathered by the inimitable Sarah Weinman.
A compendium of great crime fiction blogs. CrimeSpot.net
Commentary on the world of crime fiction, by reviewer David Montgomery.
The booklover's guide to mysteries and thrillers: Mystery Ink Online
A wonderful online discussion group for mystery readers: DorothyL
The premiere online magazine about books and authors: January Magazine
An incredible book site with lots of good author interviews and reviews: BookReporter.com
A relatively new crime and mystery magazine with many articles and reviews: CrimeSpree Magazine
A well-maintained mystery site full of interesting reviews: ReviewingtheEvidence.com
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Another very well-maintained mystery site, with lists by author and character: StopYoureKillingMe.com
One of the best-maintained and thorough mystery sites on the web: ClueLass.com
The online home of Mystery Scene Magazine: Mystery Scene Magazine
A monthly book review distributed nationwide by more than 2,000 bookstores and libraries: BookPage.com
A good mystery site with recent reviews: I Love A Mystery Newsletter