Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Five Trips For Crime Fiction Lovers

 
Leslie Gilbert Elman wrote an interesting piece for CNN.com about places to visit if you're a fan of crime fiction, such as the Edinburgh castle seen in the above photo.

It used to be safe to say that most of us don't go looking for crime on our vacations, but that's not true anymore. Crime fiction travel, a juicier version of the well-worn literary pilgrimage, is a popular way for people to see the world.

"A lot of people read crime fiction in advance of visiting a new city. Once there, I think it's natural to see how the real place aligns with the one on the page," says best-selling crime novelist Laura Lippman, whose main character Tess Monaghan is a reporter turned private investigator living and working in Baltimore.

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