Crime fiction is one of the hottest and productive fields of writing today. It provides a format through which a variety of concerns can be explored: from racial politics to psychological chill of Patricia Highsmith to the New Journalist breakthrough of Capote.

Devil in a Blue Dress

Denzel Washington brings to life Walter Mosley’s PI, Easy Rawlins, in the process demonstrating that there are great stories buried in the history of African-American culture.

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Ripley’s Game

John Malkovich was born to play Patricia Highsmith’s psychotic anti-hero Tom Ripley as he coolly manipulates Ray Winstone in his murderous scheme.

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In Cold Blood

Truman Capote’s breakthrough was to treat crime reporting with all the detailed psychological intricacy of the novel. Richard Brook’s adaptation is a masterwork of chilling black and white cinematography.

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