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FREE magazine: Underground Book Club issue 2

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Attention London commuters who love crime fiction! We’ve been working for a little while now with a start-up publication called Underground Book Club and today issue two of their free magazine is being distributed at stations in London. Its aim is to spread the word about great new fiction and we are their crime consultants.

Inside issue two you’ll find an excerpt from Mari Hannah’s new release The Murder Wall, along with the Crime Fiction Lover review of the book and an interview our very own Eva Dolan conducted with the author. That smashing content lines up alongside excerpts from The Godling by CK Collins, and I am an Executioner by Rajesh Parameswaran. We also have a full Crime Fiction Lover page in the magazine which features our reviews of Dare Me by Megan Abbott, The Girl in Berlin by Elizabeth Wilson and Taken by Robert Crais.

So, on your way home this evening make sure you look for the Underground Book Club distributors in the following stations:

Paddington
Liverpool St
Bank
Charring Cross
Kings Cross
London Bridge
Victoria
Waterloo

If you can’t get your hands on this excellent new issue of the magazine, don’t despair. It’s also available on iTunes for those with iPads and iPhones. Just click here to download the app and issues one and two.

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