New Talent November recap

Well, here at Crime Fiction Lover the month of November wasn’t about facial hair at all. We hope you liked our theme of New Talent November instead. It was an effort to highlight some of the new crime authors out there who are writing up a storm, and we spread ourselves far and wide doing so. Here’s a recap of the articles we brought you – in total 17 articles devoted to the rising stars of crime fiction.

*Top new female crime fiction authors to watch out for.
*The best new writers from Canada.
*The best new writers from Australia.
*Interview with new London-based author Anya Lipska.
*American writer Chad Rohrbacker interviewed.
*Self-published author Kerry Wilkinson interviewed.
*Canadian author Jennifer Hillier interviewed about her novel Creep.
*Nick Quantrill the rising star from Hull interviewed.
*Chris F Holm interviewed about his upcoming debut novel.

*The Office of Lost and Found by Vincent Holland-Keen reviewed.
*Where the Devil Can’t Go by Anya Lipska reviewed.
*The Woman in Black by Kerry Wilkinson reviewed.
*London Calling the debut novel by James Craig reviewed.
*The Killing Way by Anthony Hays reviewed.
*Hotel Bosphorus by Esmahan Aykol reviewed.
*Broken Dreams by Nick Quantrill reviewed.
*8 Pounds reviewed – short crime stories by Chris F Holm.

Please let us know what you thought of New Talent November. Do you think we should do it next year, or all grow moustaches instead?

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