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keithnixon200Some team news for you today. Kent-based author and crime fiction enthusiast Keith Nixon has joined our team of contributors here on Crime Fiction Lover.

Like the rest of us, Keith is a heavy reader – mostly crime, but some sci-fi – and he collects books. Favourite authors include Ian Rankin, Christopher Fowler, Tony Black, Lee Child, Bernard Cornwell and Terry Pratchett. And if the name Keith Nixon rings a bell, that’s because he’s a published crime fiction author as well. His book The Fix came out from Caffeine Nights last year. It’s about a washed up investment banker, crushed by the crash, who finds his boss has turned up dead and he’s the number one suspect.

At the same time we welcome Keith Nixon to the team, we say good-bye to another of our number. Lucy Conlon has been writing for us since July 2012 and has been a valuable team member, taking part in theme events like New Talent November and Classics in September, and contributing fantastic ideas for the site too. She will be missed.

Please join us in welcoming Keith to the team, and saying a big thank-you to Lucy as she heads off to pastures new.

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