A well-designed locked room always provides a pleasure from trying to figure out the puzzle before it’s revealed in a very satisfying and logical manner to the reader and the viewer and this gives a good satisfaction to the reader.You can also use this list as an idea generator for free writing.If you’re like me and you have a hard time keeping your writing habit when life gets hectic, grabbing a journal, going to a coffee shop or library, and writing to an idea starter can be a wonderful break. A typical Ross Macdonald text, with a lot of psychology and personal reflection, in: , by Herbert Ruhm. (*) A self-critical and ironic look on the writing process of a detective novelist of the Golden Age. They are not interested in information about crime fiction. (*) Chesterton has again and again surprising and brilliant ideas and expresses them in excellent prose. Foreword in Patricia Highsmith’s story collection , by Graham Greene. (*) The famous chapter from the novel by the undisputed master of the locked-room mystery. This seems to be different with the readers of the blog. A very good understanding of Highsmith’s special art of crime writing, precise language, masterful. The author should be very careful because a poorly designed locked room showcase provides a feeling of being cheated due to unreality events depicted in the artwork.The issue of locked room murders doesn’t necessarily mean that the crimes were committed in locked rooms but they can also imply that the crime was executed in an impossible manner (Miller 24). Looking finally at my list I see I have missed many names, for example the names of Anthony Boucher, Patricia Highsmith, Julian Symons, Francis M. A convincing argument for the appreciation of the neglected work of an outstanding writer. Probably a list with 50 titles would be more adequate.