In the footsteps of Agatha Christie

When Kenneth Branagh’s big screen version of Murder on the Orient Express comes to British cinemas on 3 November, another generation of crime fiction fans…

Bosch 21, and more

On the Radar — The big news this week is the return of Harry Bosch, in the 21st novel in the series by Michael Connelly.…

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Robert Langdon’s return

On the Radar — Are you ready for more cryptic symbology puzzles clothed in fast paced thriller? Well Dan Brown is back with another adventure…

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Carnivore

Jonathan Lyon’s debut will have you baffled. Who is this urchin of a main character, going by the name of Leander? Why is he so…

Move any mountain

On the Radar — It’s a varied and esoteric bag of books we bring this week. The best of the bunch appears to be a…

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Mushrooms can be deadly

On the Radar — The latest novel from Finnish author Antti Tuomainen is arriving soon and this time the victim of the piece appears to…

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CIS: My classics by Attica Locke

The leading American crime author Attica Locke is known for writing emotive and intelligent thrillers. Black Water Rising and The Cutting Season received rave reviews…

The final fire

On the Radar — It’s a poignant time for fans of Scandinavian crime fiction as, two years to the day after Henning Mankell’s death, his…

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CIS: Cavan Scott interviewed

He’s one of the hardest working writers we’ve come across, sometimes smashing 10,000 words a day. Based in Bristol, for many years Cavan Scott was…

CIS: My classics by Joe Hefferon

Joe Hefferon is a New Jersey writer turning what he knows about real detective work after serving 25 years on the force into noir-inspired crime…