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Dr Noir reports on CrimeFest 2018

Between 17 and 20 May, crime fiction lovers from around the world flocked to the city of Bristol for its annual CrimeFest convention, with special guests including Lee Child and Jeffery Deaver. Another important attendee was Jacky Collins – AKA Dr Noir – who is…
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CIS: Cavan Scott interviewed

He’s one of the hardest working writers we’ve come across, sometimes smashing 10,000 words a day. Based in Bristol, for many years Cavan Scott was a magazine journalist indulging his passion for fiction of all kinds in the evenings and on weekends. Best known for…
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The Escape

Written by CL Taylor — Stranger danger is instilled into every child these days, but adults? We don’t need to be told… or do we? Jo Blackmore is in a rush, late to collect her daughter, Elise, from nursery. So when a stranger asks for…
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1000 free crime books at Bristol libraries

The UK government’s austerity measures have taken their toll on libraries, with closures and service cutbacks galore. However, CrimeFest, the convention held in Bristol starting 19 May, is doing something about it with a move to boost interest in local libraries. The organisers have teamed…
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All Through the Night

Written by MP Wright — After first appearing in the 2014 novel Heartman, private detective JT Ellington returns. Born in Barbados where he became a policeman, JT now lives in Bristol and is putting his skills to use. The book is set in the 1960s and JT approached by…
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The Missing

Written by CL Taylor — CL Taylor is becoming an important voice in the growing sub-genre of domestic noir. Last year, The Lie rocked the Amazon charts, and was one of our Recommended books. It looked at female relationships, and a woman who had changed her…
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