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Essays Probing the Boundaries of the Human in Science || Risk Communication and Paranoid Hermeneutics: Towards a Distinction between "Medical Thrillers" and "Mind-Control Thrillers" in Narrations on BiocontrolTorsten Hahn
Justice Denoted: The Legal Thriller in American, British, and Continental Courtroom LiteratureRay B. Browne
With Violence if Necessary: Rearticulating the Family in the Contemporary Action-ThrillerSchneider, Karen
An analysis of the violence content of the radio thriller dramas—and some comparisons with televisionBoemer, Marilyn Lawrence
Edgy art cinema: cinephilia and genre negotiations in recent Spanish rural thrillersHerrero, Carmen
Deviance and Social Darwinism in Edogawa Ranpo's Erotic-Grotesque Thriller "Kotō no oni"Edogawa Ranpo and Jim Reichert
Techniques used in creating dramatic suspense in roman comedy and a modern thrillerCilliers, Louise
‘Frighteningly real’: Realism, social criticism and the psychological killer in the critical reception of the late 1940s horror-thrillerJancovich, Mark
Unterm Blick des Fremden (Theaterarbeit nach Laurent Chétouane) || Im zynischen Blick der Kultur Thriller der Untoten in Sacré Sacre du PrintempsMüller-Schöll, Nikolaus, Otto, Leonie
Writing the Good Book on Lawyers: A legal-thriller author thinks it is time to speak up for the professionJAMES M. GRIPPANDO
The Middle East in Crime Fiction: Mysteries, Spy Novels, and Thrillers From 1916 to the 1980s: Reeva S. SimonJohn H. Hafner
Random Samples Wiley Declines to Publish Jensen Book * Designing the Best Possible Meeting * Cosmo-thriller * The Littlest Test-Tube
Beyond the Courtroom Thriller: The story of two lawyers who write serious fiction–and get away with itPAUL REIDINGER
The Thriller and Northern Ireland since 1969: Utterly Resigned Terrorby Aaron KellyReview by: Danine Farquharson
Essays Probing the Boundaries of the Human in Science || Terminal Men: Biotechnological Experimentation and the Reshaping of "The Human" in Medical ThrillersNicolas Pethes
Behind a Mask: The Unknown Thrillers of Louisa May Alcottby Madeleine SternReview by: Peggy Sullivan
War, history, aesthetics, and the thriller tradition in Eddie Iroh's novelsEzeigbo, Theodora Akachi
Book Review: The American Thriller, Generic Innovation and Social Change in the 1970sKinsman, M.
Fact and Fiction in English-Language Thrillers with Russian Characters: The 1930sBydder, Jillene
Whose Body: Recognizing Feminist Mystery and Detective Fiction || Interrogating Judicial Bodies: Women and the Legal ThrillerPriscilla L. Walton
Two Metaphysical Thrillers: Moore's "The Color of Blood" and Redmon's "Second Sight"William J. Scheick