Watch The Prague Coup video trailer

Today Crime Fiction Lover brings you an exclusive first look at The Prague Coup, the new espionage graphic novel written by Jean-Luc Fromental, illustrated by…

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The One That Got Away

Written by Joe Clifford — Joe Clifford has an innovative premise for this crime thriller about what turned out to be the last victim of…

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Last Lullaby

Written by Carol Wyer — The pretty pastel shades of the cover of this book belie what lurks inside. DI Natalie Ward is back, and…

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The Whisperer

Written by Karin Fossum — You are going to die. It’s a fact. It’s also a frightening statement and one that can and should be…

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The Feral Detective

Written by Jonathan Lethem — Noted author Jonathan Lethem, who has been called one of America’s greatest storytellers, returns to crime fiction with his new…

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Interview: John Marrs

From self-published to attracting the interest of two publishers, former journalist John Marrs has enjoyed an interesting journey as an author of standalone psychological thrillers…

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Interview: Lisa Gabriele

Lisa Gabriele’s new novel The Winters is a skilful update of Daphne DuMaurier’s classic psychological thriller, Rebecca. Clearly, the issues that confronted DuMaurier’s unnamed heroine…

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Her Last Move

Written by John Marrs — It’s great to hitch up with an unfamiliar name, isn’t it? Especially when the book you read is so good!…

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Bury the Bodies

Written by Keith Nixon — Television soap operas have made an art form of the cliff hanger ending – EastEnders even invented the ‘doof doof’…

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Five women to watch in 2019

As the year draws to an end, one of our traditions here at Crime Fiction Lover is to make predictions about which women authors will…

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Bleak Harbor

Written by Bryan Gruley — A teenager goes missing and his family are in bits. Could be the summary of a number of this year’s…

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Everyone’s got a past…

On the Radar — It’s a cliché but it’s true. Everyone’s got a past. And nowhere is it more evident than in the world of…

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Farang: Nordic noir goes to Thailand

Fans of Scandinavian crime shows tune in for a variety of reasons. There’s the cold climate, and the isolation of the far north. Or, the…

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