This week's Star Pupils and their essays:
Moira @ Clothes in Books: "Tuesday Night Club: School Mysteries"
Kate @ Cross Examining Crime: "How to Stay Safe at School, College, & University--According to Detective Fiction"
JJ @ The Invisible Event: "Educatin' the Pupils in Robert O. Saber's The Black Dark Murders (1949)"
Brad @ ahsweetmysteryblog: "Murder on the Blackboard: Hildegarde Withers on Page & Screen"
John @ Pretty Sinister Books: "The May Day Mystery - Octavus Ray Cohen"
Curtis @ The Passing Tramp: "A Certain Keen Prof at Cornell"
Please know that my personal cut-off for vintage (as opposed to strict Golden Age) crime novels is 1960. That's arbitrary as all get out, but it's what I came up to fit my reading tastes. This list follows my vintage guidelines and represent books that I have either read or currently own. All links below are to my reviews for books read since I began blogging.
Dwight V. Babcock: The Gorgeous Ghoul Murder Case (1941)
Glyn Daniel: The Cambridge Murders (1945); Welcome Death (1954)
Katharine Farrer: The Missing Link (1952); The Cretan Counterfeit (1954); Gownsman's Gallows (1957)
David Frome: Mr. Pinkerton Finds a Body (1934)
Wells Hastings & Brian Hooker: The Professor's Mystery (1911)
Mavis Doriel Hay: Death on the Cherwell (1935)
James Hilton: Was It Murder? (1931)
Lange Lewis: Juliet Dies Twice (1943)
J. C. Masterman: An Oxford Tragedy (1933)
Helen McCloy: Through a Glass, Darkly (1950)
John Mersereau: Murder Loves Company (1940)
Lenore Glen Offord: Skeleton Key (1943)
Robert Robinson: Landscape with Dead Dons (1956)
Kelly Roos: Murder in Any Language (1950)
T. S. Stribling: The Clues of the Caribees (1929)
Josephine Tey: Miss Pym Disposes (1946)
Hillary Waugh: Last Seen Wearing (1952)
Victor L. Whitechurch: Murder at the College (1932)
And...if your researches take you into more modern territory:
Ruth Dudley Edwards: The English School of Murder (1990); Matricide at St. Martha's (1995); Carnage on the Committee (2004)
Charles Goodrum: Dewey Decimated (1977)
Batya Gur: Literary Murder Review Part II (1993)
J. R. Hulland: An Educated Murder (1986)
Jane Langton: The Transcendental Murder (aka The Minuteman Murder, 1964) plus seventeen more
Richard Lockridge: With Option to Die (1967); Twice Retired (1970)
Christine Poulson: Dead Letters (aka Murder Is Academic, 2004); Stage Fright (2005); Footfall (2006)
Maggie Ryan: Audition for Murder (1985) and seven more