"The biggest surprise, of course, is the parochialism Edwards' introduction, headnotes, and selections reveal in readers and editors who limit their own investigations of the field to stories in the English language. You know who you are."
Ever resourceful anthologist Edwards, who recently showed British mysterymongers of the golden age venturing abroad (Continental Crimes
, 2017), takes the next logical step: contemporaneous (1885-1960) stories by non-Anglophone authors.
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