Detective fiction is widely acknowledged to have emerged alongside the sciences. This raises questions about the effects of scientific advances on this genre and the nature of this relationship. Do authors of detective fiction simply depict scientific practices in their works? Or can they foresee developments in science unimagined by scientists? What obligation do authors of detective fiction have to depict these accurately or realistically?
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