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…

  • 0

Cormoran Strike in Lethal White

On the Radar — It’s time to go back to school, and that means some of the big crime fiction releases are hitting the shelves…

  • 0

Crime fiction improv hits Melbourne

If you’re in Melbourne, Australia in mid-September, it’d be a crime not to catch up with the city’s Fringe Festival, which this year includes Murder…

  • 0

Suicide is painless

On the Radar — Suicide is a staple cause of death in crime fiction. At first, anyhow. Soon the detectives find out that what looks…

  • 0

The return of Philip Marlowe!

On the Radar — Well, whaddaya know? Philip Marlowe is back on the crime bookshelf this week, a result of Raymond Chandler’s estate inviting journalist…

  • 0

Crime in the other Palm Beach

On the Radar — Last week the selection of new books we offered up in On the Radar featured some standards of the crime fiction…

  • 0

A body in the Highlands

On the Radar — Crime fiction is great. It can take you to just about any setting. So if you want to relish the Scottish…

  • 0

They’re a mixed bunch

On the Radar — It’s an eclectic new books column we have for you this week, with French crime fiction, some indie thrillers, a new…

  • 0

Harrogate 2018 – a little bit different

Catherine Turnbull reports on the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, with photos by Charlotte Graham What gives the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival…

  • 1

Memo to self: read crime fiction

On the Radar — If you’ve read the South African crime authors Roger Smith or Deon Meyer, you might want to write a memo to…

  • 0