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Interview: Lois H Gresh

Lois H Gresh is an established editor and writer of short fiction whose first novel for Titan Books. The American author’s latest release, Sherlock Holmes vs Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions, marks the start of an exciting trilogy pitting the supreme rationalist and…
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Jack the Ripper: Case Closed

Written by Gyles Brandreth – The Whitechapel Murders that occurred in London in 1888 have provided seemingly endless inspiration for writerly speculation. Latest in this parade of theorists exploring the grisly deaths of five prostitutes is former Conservative MP, actor, and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth. He…
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CIS: My classics by Rosie Claverton

The Cardiff-based novelist and screen writer Rosie Claverton is more than happy being a modern crime author. Her books include Code Runner, Binary Witness and Captcha Thief, and feature the high-tech detective Amy Lane. Right now, Rosie is working on the next in the series, Terror 404….
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iDoyle: A Scandal in Bohemia

Written by Arthur Conan Doyle, developed by iClassics Collection — The enhanced reading experience has never really caught on – not compared to plain old books or Kindle ones – but this production might go some way to addressing that. With atmospheric illustrations, touches of…
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CIS: My classics by Ruth Ware

Take one hen party containing some women with very different personalities, add in varying degrees of closeness and inclusivity, layer with a few dark secrets, and you have author Ruth Ware’s debut novel In a Dark, Dark Wood which came out earlier this year. The tagline…
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