Elly Griffiths on Lockdown, Locked Room Mysteries, and Pandemic Fiction — CrimeReads

The Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918 is thought to have killed over 50 million people worldwide. Yet, while the First World War provides the background for countless novels, the pandemic features in very few contemporary fictional accounts. Even modern writers tend to skate over this devastating episode. In Downton Abbey, Spanish Flu seems to last…

Elly Griffiths on Lockdown, Locked Room Mysteries, and Pandemic Fiction — CrimeReads

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