NTN: Lloyd Otis interviewed

You may have seen the buzz surrounding Dead Lands online over the last few weeks. Lloyd Otis’ debut crime novel is a police procedural set…

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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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NTN: Heaven’s Crooked Finger

Written by Hank Early — Fresh off the presses and published independently by Crooked Lane Books, Hank Early’s debut looks perfect for readers who want a…

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Nine Lessons

Written by Nicola Upson — You get two real life classic fiction writers for the price of one in this seventh book in a series featuring…

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Witnesses season 2 coming to BBC Four

Atmospheric French crime drama set on the country’s northern coast seems to be what director Hervé Hadmar does best, and if you watched The Forgotten…

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Welcome to New Talent November 2017

November is here, and that means we return to our annual celebration of fresh blood on the crime fiction scene. It’s a tradition stretching back…

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First Person

Written by Richard Flanagan — Can this be true? Has the 2014 Man Booker Prize winner Richard Flanagan written a crime fiction novel? Well, yes and…

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Rocco and the Nightingale

Written by Adrian Magson — Versatile British author Adrian Magson is no stranger to our site. We have interviewed him and reviewed books in which he…

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Mr Either/Or

Written by Aaron Poochigian — Epic crime novels written in verse don’t come along too often and Poochigian has written a remarkable book. It is ablaze…

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The Midnight Line

Written by Lee Child — With millions of fans around the world, Lee Child returns with the 22nd novel in his Jack Reacher series. After…

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Two Kinds of Truth

Written by Michael Connelly — Bestselling US crime author Michael Connelly might have started a new series earlier in 2017 with The Late Show, featuring Renée…

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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…

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Interview: Chris Brookmyre

In the last year Chris Brookmyre has won both the William McIlvanney Prize for Scottish Crime Fiction and the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of…

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Interview: Ann Cleeves

You might not hear quite as much about Ann Cleeves as you do about some of Britain’s other leading crime authors, but if you’re not…

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