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Mysteries are also very widely read by SF fans (and not so much by fantasy fans). I think there are two ways in which SF and mysteries are alike. First, they're constrained by logic and certain real-world limits. Second, they give the author the opportunity to investigate a new and unfamiliar piece of culture (the detective is often working outside his normal milieu).

Anthony Price
Peter O'Donnell
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Dorothy L. Sayers
Rex Stout

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