Countdown to Osaka

Written by Joe Hefferon — Crime fiction set in Japan, Korea and other counties of the Far East is gaining in popularity, and even Western…

Personal

Written by Lee Child — Jack Reacher, once a major in the US Military Police and now a drifter, is on a bus. That it is not…

CIS: Rogue Male revisited

Geoffrey Household’s most famous novel is a period piece that exerts such a powerful grip on the contemporary reader it may well be the best…

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Kill Your Boss

In addition to a title that’s hard to resist, Kill Your Boss has an excellent premise behind it. What if a hired killer could nestle…

Kill Your Boss

Written by Shane Kuhn — John Lago is not your average intern. He’s actually a highly trained stone cold contract killer who infiltrates multinational corporations and…

The Wrong Quarry

Written by Max Allan Collins — One of America’s leading modern pulp crime authors, Max Allan Collins has been writing Quarry stories since back in…

NTN: Ghostman

Written by Roger Hobbs — There’s a new kid in town, crime fans, and his name is Roger Hobbs. Right out of the gate, his…

Interview: JB Turner

Launched earlier this year, Exhibit A Books is an independent imprint bringing together a stable of up-and-coming crime authors working in popular areas of crime…

The Distinguished Assassin

Written by Nick Taussig — While reading this novel about life in Stalin’s Soviet Russia, I was reminded very strongly of Solzhenitsyn’s book The Gulag Archipelago.…

Hit Me

Written by Lawrence Block — Hit Me is the fifth collection featuring Block’s stamp collecting professional hit man, Keller, and the author has been talking…

Kill the General

Written by Bogdan Hrib — The popularity of Scandinavian crime fiction has led to novels from all over the world being translated into English, perhaps…

Interview: Tom Wood

Tom Wood burst onto to the crime thriller scene in 2011, with the excellent debut novel The Hunter. Now an international hit with German, Polish…

Ask the Dice

Written by Ed Lynskey — Ask the Dice feels like a classic hardboiled crime novel. The dialogue, the narration and the characters are all throwbacks…