Stephen King’s latest magnum opus, “11/22/63,” finds a way to revisit and even revise the events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Review by Janet Maslin at nytimes.com.
M. R. James’s spine-chilling stories of encounters with ghosts and ghouls still have the power to make us pleasantly uncomfortable a century after they were written, says Tim Martin. Read more at telegraph.co.uk.
The winning crime fiction writer Lee Child and Jeffrey Deaver will have a morgue in Dundee named after them. Read more at telegraph.co.uk.