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Wild Fire

Written by Ann Cleeves — And now the end is near and Jimmy Perez faces the final curtain… Yes, Ann Cleeves has certainly done it her way by announcing the end of the Shetland series, which began with Raven Black in 2009. There are eight books…
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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 picking up her books you are missing out. Since 1986, Ann has written over 30 of her insightful mysteries, been…
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Big and Bloody Scotland

Torches as mighty as claymores fired up the biggest Bloody Scotland crime writing festival to date, with an opening procession from the crag of Stirling Castle, just a hammer’s throw from the Wallace Monument and the site of the Battle of Bannockburn. Held from Friday…
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CIS: My classics by Ann Cleeves

Ann Cleeves is one of the UK’s leading crime writers and, in time, there’s little doubt that her novels will rank as classics. In the 1986 she broke onto the scene with A Bird in the Hand, combining her interest in ornithology with a tale…
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The Seagull

Written by Ann Cleeves — Crime fiction authors seem to follow a trend. Remember when every other book had the word ‘girl’ in the title? Then there are the titles which play with famous songs providing you with the free bonus of an earworm when…
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Iceland Noir: Congratulations Ann Cleeves

Last night at Reykjavik’s grand Hotel Borg, Ann Cleeves was announced the winner of Iceland Noir’s first ever Honorary Award for Services to the Art of Crime Fiction. The author of both the Vera series, set in North East England, and the Shetland books, with…
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