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The girl without Stieg Larsson

On the Radar — An exciting week for fans of Stieg Larsson’s ultimate crime fiction heroine, Lisbeth Salander. Just a week to go and you’ll be able to get the latest Millennium novel, The Girl in the Spider’s Web. It’s not written by Stieg Larsson,…
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Brighton gothic

On the Radar — In a collection of diverse short stories by Peter James we discover an even darker side to the Brighton author, and they include a tale featuring his famous detective Roy Grace. Inspector Montalbano is back as well, and so is Roberta…
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Camilleri lunchtime book club

Love Italian food and wine? Love Italian crime fiction? Then get out your diary because restaurant Bocca di Lupo and publisher Pan Macmillan have teamed up to celebrate these two great passions with a lunchtime book club series dedicated to the author Andrea Camilleri. Camilleri is…
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New books from crime fiction's masters!

On the Radar — It’s something of a rarity to find seven – yes, SEVEN – new books by established masters of the genre hitting the shelves at around the same time. But this week, that’s just what we have. Seven of the biggest names…
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Death in Florence

Written by Marco Vichi, translated by Stephen Sartarelli — Italian crime writing, often preoccupied with the country’s cuisine and corruption, is among the best in the genre, yet Inspector Montalbano is really the only detective from Italy who can claim current bestseller status as a series…
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Features

It's dagger time! Six 2012 winners announced

The Crime Writers’ Association announced the winners of six of its prestigious daggers at an award ceremony that took place last night in London. They included – The Dagger in the Library, The Non-Fiction Dagger, The Debut Dagger, The Ellis Peters Historical Dagger, The International…
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