Interviews And Articles


INTERVIEWS


ARTICLES

OTHER INTERVIEWS BY REFERENCE

  • By Tom & Enid Schantz. “Peter Lovesey” in Mystery Scene, Number 112, 2009, pages 30 to 32
  • By Craig McDonald. “Peter Lovesey: Blood(y) Bath” in “Art in the Blood: Crime Novelists Discuss Their Craft” , Point Blank Press, USA, 2006, pages 168-176
  • By Vanora Leigh “Killing People for a Living” in The Argus Weekend, Brighton, December 29, 2002, pages 1-4
  • By Judith Spelman in Writers’ News, July, 2000, pages 17-18
  • By David Stuart Davies in Sherlock Holmes, The Detective Magazine, Issue 34, December, 1999, pages 20-22
  • By Charles LP Silet in Talking Murder: Interviews with 20 Mystery Writers, Charles LP Silet, Ontario Review Press, Princeton, 1999, pages, pages 173-185
  • Murder in Motion: an interview with Liza Cody, Michael Z Lewin and Peter Lovesey, by Charles LP Silet, in The Armchair Detective, Vol 28, Spring, 1995, pages 188-195
  • Murder by Gaslight: Peter Lovesey and Alanna Knight discuss their Victorian crime series. Million Magazine, May-June, 1992, pages 15-18
  • By Charles LP Silet in Mean Streets, issue 6, May, 1992, pages 24-30
  • By John C Carr in The Craft of Crime: Conversations with Crime Writers, John C Carr, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1983, pages 258-288
  • By Diana Cooper-Clark in Designs of Darkness: Interviews with Detective Novelists, Diana Cooper-Clark, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1983, pages 53 to 66
  • By Diana Cooper-Clark in The Armchair Detective, October, 1981, pages 210 to 217

OTHER ARTICLES BY REFERENCE

  • The Tale of Three Tubs: George Joseph Smith and the Brides in the Bath, by Peter Lovesey in Truly Criminal, A Crime Writers’ Association Anthology of True Crime, by Martin Edwards (History Press, 2015)
  • Foreword to The Last Detective, by Louise Penny, Soho Press edition, 2014
  • Malice Afterthoughts, by Peter Lovesey in Not Everyone’s Cup of Tea, by Verena Rose & Rita Owen (Wildside Press 2013)
  • The Secret Life of Eric the Skull: Dorothy L Sayers and the Detection Club, by Peter Lovesey in CADS 61, October, 2011
  • Voyeur on Vacation, by Peter Lovesey, Mystery Readers Journal, Vol 25, No. 1, Spring, 2009, pages 40-41
  • The British Police Detective Novel, by George Easter in Deadly Pleasures, Issue 50, Spring, 2007. Cover photo, article and review, pages 1-3.
  • Rosemary & Thyme: Death in the Garden, by Elizabeth Foxwell in Mystery Scene, No 99, Spring, 2007, pages 20-21
  • Twists and Turns in Crime Fiction — Peter Lovesey’s “Youdunnit” and Max Dorra’s “Thou Shalt Kill”, by François Gallix, in Crime Fictions: Subverted Codes and New Structures, University of Paris-Sorbonne Press, France, 2004, pages 125-145
  • Rough Cider, by Peter Lovesey, by Kathy Phillips, in 100 Favorite Mysteries of the Century Selected by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association, edited by Jim Huang, Crum Creek Press, Carmel, IN, 2000
  • Peter Lovesey: No Cribbing on History, by Margaret Foxwell, in The Detective as Historian: History and Art in Historical Crime Fiction, by Ray B Browne, Lawrence A Kreiser and Robin W Winks, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 2000, pages 286-295
  • Peter Deals in Diamonds, by Victoria Kingston, in Wiltshire Life, June, 2000, pages 22-3
  • Detective Sergeant Cribb, by Catherine Morrell, in Sherlock Holmes: The Detective Magazine, Issue 34, December, 1999, pages 14-15
  • Avoiding Mr Queen, by Peter Lovesey in The Tragedy of Errors, by Ellery Queen & Others (Crippen & Landru, 1999)
  • El Maestro, by Peter Lovesey in Julian Symons Remembered: Tributes from Friends, collected by Jack Walsdorf & Kathleen Symons (Yellow Barn Press, 1996)
  • Sergeant Cribb, by Ron Miller, in Mystery! A Celebration: Stalking Public Television’s Greatest Sleuths, by Ron Miller, KQED Books, San Francisco, 1996, pages 36-40
  • Wobble and the Prince of Wales, by Peter Lovesey, Mystery Readers Journal, Vol 12, No. 3, Fall, 1996, pages 32-33
  • The Historical Mystery, by Peter Lovesey in The Crown Crime Companion: The Top 100 Mystery Novels of All Time selected by the Mystery Writers of America, Crown, New York, 1995, pages 127-131
  • Confessions of a Born Loser, by Peter Lovesey, Mystery Readers Journal, Vol 9, No. 1, Spring, 1993, pages 19-20
  • Lovesey, Peter, by Ralph Spurrier in Twentieth Century Crime and Mystery Writers, 3rd edition, St James Press, Chicago & London, 1991, pp681-2
  • History of Mystery, by Peter Lovesey in Hatchards Crime Companion: The Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time selected by the Crime Writers’ Association, Edited by Susan Moody, Hatchards, London, 1990, pages 87-92
  • Peter Lovesey, by James Hurt, in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 87, British Mystery & Thriller Writers since 1940, First Series. Edited by Bernard Benstock & Thomas F Staley, Gale Research Inc., Detroit, 1989, pages 256-274
  • The Detective Stories of Peter Lovesey, with complete bibliography of PL’s fiction, plus values, by Martin Goodger, Book and Magazine Collector, no.57, December, 1988, pages 26-33
  • History Mystery, by Peter Lovesey, Mystery Readers of America Journal, Vol 4, No. 1, Spring, 1988, pages 25-26
  • Peter Lovesey, by Cheryl Sebelius Nelson, Mystery Readers of America Journal, Vol 4, No. 1, pages 30-31
  • How!, by Peter Lovesey, Mystery Readers of America Journal, Vol 4, No. 1, pages 25-26
  • Peter Lovesey: The False Inspector Dew, in Crime and Mystery: the 100 Best Books, by HRF Keating, Xanadu, 1987, pages 205-6
  • Peter Lovesey’s Sergeant Cribb and Constable Thackeray, by Jeanne F. Bedell, in Cops and Constables: American and British Fictional Policemen, George N Dove and Earl F Bargainnier, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1986 pages 170-182
  • Lovesey, Peter, by Joanne Harack Hayne, in Twentieth Century Crime and Mystery Writers, 2nd edition, St James Press, London, 1985, pp573-4
  • Dr Crippen and the Real Inspector Dew, by Peter Lovesey in The Armchair Detective, Vo 17, No 3, Summer, 1984, pages 244-248
  • The Extremely Shady Past, by Peter Lovesey in Murder Ink (2nd edition), by Dilys Winn, Workman Publishing Co., 1984
  • How Unlike the Home Life of Our Own Dear Queen: the Detective Fiction of Peter Lovesey, by James Hurt, in Essays on Detective Fiction, edited by Bernard Benstock, Macmillan, London, 1983, pages 142-158
  • The Historian: Once Upon a Crime, by Peter Lovesey in Murder Ink, by Dilys Winn, Workman Publishing co, 1977, page 475