In July 2007 he contributed to the Page 99 Test: The Arsenic Labyrinth.
At his website he accurately notes "a continuing appetite for information about" crime fiction and has posted a list of "10 fascinating books about crime fiction."
Two titles, and Edwards' argument for them, from the list:
Julian Symons – Bloody MurderCheck out the other eight titles on the list.
Robert Adey – Locked Room Murders
Symons’ book is an enduring masterpiece of literary criticism in the field of popular fiction. You may disagree with his judgments – no matter: he welcomed ‘reasoned contradiction’. Bob Adey’s niche book is sheer, unadulterated pleasure for fans of the impossible crime.
Visit Martin Edwards' new crime writing blog: 'Do You Write Under Your Own Name?'