The Passengers

Written by John Marrs — Crime fiction writers are a pretty twisted lot. If they’re not creating slap-the-forehead-and-cry-out-in-shock moments, they’re happily sitting at home, surveying…

NTN: Dark Fragments

Written by Rob Sinclair — You’ll have noticed that one of our New Talent November sponsors is Bloodhound Books, a publisher specialising in tracking down new…

Before It’s Too Late

Written by Jane Isaac — There is a seemingly unquenchable thirst for police procedurals among crime fiction fans, and this one certainly scores high marks…

Truth or Dare

Written by Tania Carver — A new Tania Carver book is always something to celebrate, particularly if you like your crime, dark, disturbing and mega-gruesome. But…

The Norway Room

Written by Mick Scully — Over the last few decades, we’ve had superior gangland crime novels set in London (Layer Cake by JJ Connolly, Jake…

Gone in Seconds

Written by AJ Cross — Some debut novels can be hampered by the need to provide a back-story for all of the main characters. Not…