Take me back to Oz

On the Radar — With Mystery Road and Goldstone airing on BBC Four and awards for books like Jane Harper’s The Dry, we’re hit again…

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Tapping the Source

Surf noir’s up, brah! No Exit Press has reprinted Kem Nunn’s classic California coming of age novel and although it first came out in 1983…

Juliet & Romeo

The ultimate love story is also a crime story at heart, strewn as it is with murders, a gang war, suicides and a dark sense…

Bellevue Square

Doppelgänger themes aren’t all that common in crime fiction, but Canadian author Michael Redhill uses one to beautiful effect in his award-winning novel Bellevue Square.…

Reading makes you smarter

Good news just in for crime fiction lovers: reading makes you smarter. That’s the conclusion of Global English Editing, which has checked all the relevant…

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Interview: Mark Dawson

Originally writing for one of the big publishers, English author Mark Dawson decided to go his own way and began self-publishing his action and espionage…

Bright lights, dead gangsters

On the Radar — Hollywood in the 1950s seems a good place to start, but we’re not looking at a new James Ellroy novel this…

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Indie authors make their move

On the Radar — It’s a good week for anyone looking for work by indie and self-published authors. Michael Pronko’s latest mystery set in Japan…

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