Don’t take it lying down

On the Radar — Fans of psychological thrillers will be pleased to see Clare Mackintosh’s latest book hitting the shelves soon. This author hit gold…

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Larkey: crime fiction on the Bound app

Bringing together text, audio, visuals, video and more, smartphone apps offer crime fiction lovers new ways of enjoying their time-tested favourite genre. The latest we’ve…

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Twice a ripper

On the Radar — This week, as well as a mix of settings from Whitechapel via Florida and on to France and Sweden, it also…

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Five of the best German crime shows

Compared to France, Italy, Spain and the Nordic countries, German crime fiction doesn’t have a big presence in the English-speaking world. The country is better…

It’s indie crime fiction for us

On the Radar — Every week is eclectic here on the Crime Fiction Lover news page, but as February 2018 begins we’re dialling it up…

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Paint it red

On the Radar — This week’s new books begin with the case of a killer who sees his work as his art, and perhaps he…

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Snare

This debut by Lilja Sigurdardottir pulls the camera in close on what it’s like to be a drugs mule for a sordid Reykjavik outfit. Main…

An Aegean April

Written by Jeffery Siger — It is Easter time on the Greek Island of Lesvos and the shipping tycoon Mihalis Volandes is about to become…

Find out how it ends

On the Radar — It’s not often that this happens, but there is only one way to introduce this week’s new books. And that is…

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