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On the Radar: Meet Quinn Quicksilver

The American mystery writer Dean Koontz returns, and he’s created an enigmatic new protagonist – but that’s not all we’ve got for you in our new books report this week. Another returnee is British writer Louise Welsh along with her Glaswegian auctioneer Rilke, and there…
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On the Radar: The past will get you

A dark deed, a tragedy, the thing best left buried – unresolved secrets from the past that rock the present are a major trope of crime fiction. It rears its head again this week as we feature two of America’s biggest crime and thriller authors…
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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 some of the best-selling and award-winning crime fiction authors – Lee Child, Val McDermid, Dean Koontz, John Connolly, Dennis Lehane…
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Providence

Written by Caroline Kepnes — Master of horror Stephen King has been testing the waters in crime fiction land in recent years, and the release of The Outsider earlier this year saw him edge further into our favourite genre with his third detective novel. Recently,…
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We want The Wanted

On the Radar — You know when you see something and all you can say is: “WANT!”? Well, that’s what it’s going to be like for many readers of detective fiction when they see The Wanted by Robert Crais. The title aptly suggests the reader’s…
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Give thanks for crime fiction

On the Radar — Today we wish our American readers a happy Thanksgiving and we hope you enjoy the holiday. Here at Crime Fiction Lover HQ it’s just another Thursday but we’re still thanking the good lord for all the crime fiction provided. This week…
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NTN: Great reads from Fahrenheit Press

Publishing sucks. Not the usual statement from a fledgling publisher, is it? But then Fahrenheit Press – set up this year – could certainly be described as a little out of the ordinary. Proud to be labelled ‘hot punk publishers’, Fahrenheit Press is the new name in the…
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