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On the Radar: A drop of the Irish

Scottish crime fiction is booming, Wales is getting its own national crime fiction festival and this week we’re kicking off our news column with a new novel by one of Ireland’s finest and most respected crime authors, Ken Bruen. So it seems as though crime…
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New Talent November 2016 - a recap

The fifth annual New Talent November event here on Crime Fiction Lover has been a big success. We’d like to wrap things up with a big thank-you to our sponsors, Orenda Books and Bloodhound Books. Please take a moment to check out the articles we…
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NTN: Dark Fragments

Written by Rob Sinclair — You’ll have noticed that one of our New Talent November sponsors is Bloodhound Books, a publisher specialising in tracking down new crime authors and bringing their books to market both as ebooks and paperbacks. Rob Sinclair is part of the Bloodhound…
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NTN: Ten to Taste 2015, part 2

We’re delighted to present ten more novels which, we think, are well worth the attention of our world wide readership, despite none of the authors being – as yet – household names. As New Talent November continues, let’s hear it for the indie and self-published…
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The game's afoot...

On the Radar –– Today’s new books column starts with a big release that Sherlock Holmes fans will lap up, and it features Holmes stories written by some of the biggest names in crime fiction. Also, we have Jeffery Deaver’s latest Kathryn Dance novel, a couple…
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Spriteby: Top five books of 2012

As a fan of Nordic Noir and historical crime fiction, this year has been a pretty good one for me. The only problem, I’ve found, has been finding the time to read all of the great books that have come my way over the past…
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