This is Gomorrah

In this debut technothriller, cyber expert Tom Chatfield brings his hacker-hero Azi Bellow out of the shed where he dwells and into the real world,…

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Little Siberia

Finnish author Antti Tuomainen’s Little Siberia is far more than a peculiar crime caper – it has a far deeper meaning, which you’ll discover when…

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Lady in the Lake

Laura Lippman conjures up a compelling picture of 1960s Baltimore in this fine piece of immersive crime writing. When a seemingly solid marriage crumbles, Maddie…

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The Dance of Death

The Dance of Death is the third in Oliver Bottini’s Black Forest Investigations series featuring detective Louise Bonì. When, on a foggy Saturday afternoon, an…

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The Poison Garden

Alex Marwood has made a name for herself with her never predictable array of standalone psychological thrillers. This one is a doozy, with a cracker…

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Sanctuary

Luca D’Andrea gives us an intense thriller with an atmospheric South Tyrolean setting that, in some respects, defies genre pigeon holing. It’s part rural noir…

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Blood

You’ll never forget Maggie Gee’s brilliant character Monica Ludd – large and larger-than-life, funny and outspoken to a fault. But if she has quirks, the…

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The Sleepwalker

Thrillingly dark Manchester noir from Joseph Knox. Detective Aidan Waits has been pulled off nightshift to guard a mass murderer, Martin Wick aka The Sleepwalker.…

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Blood Song

With Blood Song, Johana Gustawsson not only succeeds in writing a riveting crime story with multiple twists, turns and surprises, but she also manages to…

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Wolves at the Door

Gunnar Staalesen’s beleaguered PI Varg Veum is a perennial Nordic noir favourite and here the world-weary Norwegian PI is on another thankless mission. Escaping a…

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