NTN: How to publish your novel

If you’re a regular visitor to Crime Fiction Lover, chances are you consume crime novels with a passion – savouring the writing and suspense generated…

Book hunter

On the Radar — Lots of new crime books for you this week, including the true story of FBI serial killer profiler John Douglas, as…

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In the news today…

On the Radar — Our new books column starts off this week with Peter Bartram’s latest Brighton-based mystery, which is set in the 1960s and…

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NTN: Ten to taste part 1

We’d love to bring you reviews of every new crime book released onto the market – mainstream, indie and self-published. But the honest truth is…

Investigations in Auschwitz

On the Radar — This week’s new books column opens with the latest inventive novel by Chris Petit, who has set Pale Horse Riding within…

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From Aberdeen to outer space

On the Radar — This week we bring you ten books you’ll find hard to choose between, because they all look so intriguing. We kick…

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Snare

Written by Lilja Sigurdardottir, translated by Quentin Bates — Icelandic playwright Lilja Sigurdardottir has written four crime novels which means she’s fairly well established on…

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…