10 crime shows that time forgot

The older you get, the more you have those ‘what was it called?’ moments. Know the ones I mean? It’s when a fleeting memory passes…

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Pity the Dead

Written by Keith Nixon — To his embarrassment, it requires a bobby to let DI Solomon Gray know that something untoward is happening to the…

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Thriller concepts

On the Radar — Although they’re working in a genre where readers have many expectations, crime fiction authors always try hard to come up with…

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Black Summer

Written by MW Craven — The Puppet Show was one of last year’s top reads. It got a five-star review here on Crime Fiction Lover,…

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No Way to Die

Written by PA De Voe — If you want a total escape from Brexit and Trump, PA De Voe’s second Ming Dynasty mystery, No Way…

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The String Games

Written by Gail Aldwin — This debut is a book that welcomes you in from the start. It has an easygoing, colloquial style that leaves…

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Video interview: Gunnar Staalesen

Film noir and crime fiction critic Dennis Broe has started a new series of video interviews, and one of his first victims is the Norwegian…

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Exit Wounds

Edited by Paul B Kane and Marie O’Regan — When the cover of a new book of short stories is emblazoned with the names of…

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Never Be Broken

Written by Sarah Hilary — Hot on the heels of Vicky Newham’s Out of the Ashes comes another police procedural novel set slap bang in…

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Jackson Lamb is gunning for revenge

On the Radar — There are too many crime books out there with anonymous silhouettes and vaguely thematic backgrounds on the cover, but we think…

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Ungentlemanly Warfare

Written by Howard Linskey — When the assassination of the scientist behind Hitler’s miracle jet fighter is ordered, there is only one man who can…

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No One Home

Written by Tim Weaver — At the end of Tim Weaver’s last book, You Were Gone, there were distinct signs that David Raker’s old pal…

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The Sound of Her Voice

Written by Nathan Blackwell — New Zealand has offered some exciting avenues for crime fiction in recent years and their annual Ngaio Marsh Awards are…

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Speak up for crime fiction

On the Radar — This week, our new books column starts off with a book that looks very interesting – and although it’s called The…

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