Fighting injustice

On the Radar — Whether it’s racism in the South (or anywhere else for that matter), women’s rights or wrongful convictions and cover-ups, crime fiction…

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Three, two, one…

On the Radar — This week our new books column brings you five new ways to get your crime fiction mojo going. Starting off in…

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2019 Ngaio Marsh shortlists announced

The Ngaio Marsh Awards launched 10 years ago to celebrate all that’s great about New Zealand crime, mystery, thriller and suspense writing. There have been some…

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Hot thrills and cold ones too

On the Radar — Our new releases column returns with some hot August releases for you. Thriller fans will be looking forward to Ruth Ware’s…

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Crime fiction miracles

On the Radar — It really is a miracle how popular crime fiction has been this century, and we’ve got a barrel full of amazement…

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Back to Poe land

On the Radar — The Baltimore area was home to one of the first great crime fiction authors in the form of Edgar Allan Poe,…

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A summer of crime

The Bath-based independent Beaufort Bookshop has unveiled its blood-dripping July front window with the theme ‘submerge yourself in crime fiction this summer’, supported by indie…

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Find Gomorrah on the Dark Web

On the Radar — Here on Crime Fiction Lover we are actually a pretty law abiding bunch. Our biggest infraction lately was a parking ticket…

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First look: Dead Ground

In this age of digital downloads it’s nice to discover publishers that put a little bit extra into the design of books as physical things…

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Don’t break the chain

On the Radar — Prepare to be broadsided as some of the biggest names in contemporary crime fiction launch a salvo of explosive-looking novels that’ll…

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