Come home to a host of interesting information about mystery as theydeserveit informs you about more books and magazines focusing on this aspect of our lives. The happenings and the myth in Bermuda Triangle in West Indies islands and the southeastern coast of USA has been a major topic of contention and explanation for quite a long time. In 1974 Charles Berlitz's book regarding the mystery of Bermuda Triangle did generate much interest in the world and also served to explain the disappearance of the planes and ships in that zone but of course on terms of the paranormal aspects. It's said that Ships, boats, and even aeroplanes disappeared in Bermuda Triangle and initially this was attributed to the supernatural elements but recent scientific research has ruled out a logical and scientific explanation.
A geochemist, Richard McIver had gone public on a link between methane gas blowouts and the Bermuda Triangle myth in the year 1981. According to him the massive landslides often occur along the North American continental shelf lying to the north of the Bermuda Triangle and they can also bring down huge boulders rupturing the layer of gas hydrate below the sea floor, letting out the gas which is trapped below the hydrate 'cap' and also frees huge amounts of methane trapped within the hydrate. As the methane gas pocket ruptures a vast reservoir of gas suddenly gushes out from the seabed without warning and ships caught in this blowout would find the water below becoming less dense and also will sink in a short period of time.
Crime and criminology is another important aspect of mystery and fiction, which needs to be un-earthed properly as the authors take the pain of explaining properly the chain of actions triggering off the occurrence of a crime. In fact this field also finds budding crime writers genuinely contributing to the cause of promoting crime writing and mystery. The genre of pulp magazines tends to focus on the 1940's mystery stories named Dime Mystery, Thrilling Mystery and Spicy Mystery offering the materials for what is known as 'weird menace' stories and supernatural horror.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe (1841) is considered to be the first true mystery story and Wilkie Collins. Collins wrote few more stories in this genre like those of The Woman in White and The Moonstone. Few of the most famous mystery stories of the 1920s were the development of mystery fiction by Edward Stratemeyer who originally developed Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew written under the pseudonyms of Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene. 1920s also saw the emergence of Agatha Christie one of the most popular mystery writers. The 1950s saw the emergence Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.
Here we provide you with the names of few of the mystery books of all time:
- Kates Mystery Books Newsletter
- Angels In The Gloom: by Anne Perry
- Shoulder The Sky: by Anne Perry
- The Whitechapel Conspiracy: by Anne Perry
- Face Down Among the Winchester Geese: by Kathy Lynn Emerson
- Fear of Frying: by Jill Churchill
- Black Knight in Red Square: by Stuart M. Kaminsky
- Evil Under the Sun: by Agatha Christie
- At Bertram's Hotel: A Miss Marple Mystery: by Agatha Chritie
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