Bank robber John Dillinger died on July 22, 1934. Except a small, dedicated group of people thinks he actually managed to elude death.
The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 was a horrific disaster that burned the city to its foundations. But something better rose in its place.
It’s one of the biggest mysteries in history: What happened to two British ships that sailed into the Arctic 175 years ago, never to be seen again?
For three years, I worked as what you might call a “luxury journalist.” It taught me some core lessons about wealth as we wrestle with inequality and other, money-related issues as a country.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were infamous gangsters who accidentally helped invent modern celebrity culture, thanks to their use of a camera.
Vampires are a pop culture staple. However, there was a time not too long ago when some Americans thought they were real.
Today’s chefs can experiment with all manner of curious foodstuffs. The big question is whether you’re courageous enough to eat something like ‘rocky mountain oysters.’
Here are seven examples of top-notch rural crime fiction, new and old, for your holiday reading pleasure.
Like the zombies that populate its fictional landscape, “The Walking Dead” franchise keeps lurching forward. How long can it last?
We’re out in paperback, and on Kindle, Nook, Apple Books, and Google Books, although I’m always big on encouraging...