And So It Begins

Written by Rachel Abbott — She’s best known for her hugely popular self-published series featuring DCI Tom Douglas, now Rachel Abbott has her first traditional…

The Dead Ex

Written by Jane Corry — There’s something about Jane Corry’s writing that resonates with crime fiction lovers. Her 2016 book My Husband’s Wife was a psychological…

The Old Religion

Written by Martyn Waites — A rural community, cut off, left behind and no longer benefiting from the nation’s wider prosperity. A place with its…

Interview: Amanda Jennings

Psychological thrillers set in the ’end of the world’ atmosphere of the Cornish coast in clifftop mansions are having a resurgence, 80 years after Daphne…

Panic Room

Written by Robert Goddard — Panic Room is Robert Goddard’s 27th thriller, this time based in Cornwall, a county renowned for its misty legends and remote locations.…

Interview: Robert Goddard

Prolific bestselling author Robert Goddard was born in Hampshire, but he has set his crime novels across the UK and around the world. Time is…

Hell Bay

Written by Kate Rhodes — Kate Rhodes impressed us back in 2012 with her London-based series featuring psychologist Alice Quentin, but in Hell Bay she opts…

The Fire Child

Written by SK Tremayne — Cornwall, land of rugged coastlines and tasty pasties. Where your most taxing problem might be whether to put the clotted cream…

Hard Light

Written by Elizabeth Hand — You know you’re on a weird ride when out of the blue an 11-year-old girl in the story asks, “Do…

SK Tremayne’s latest trick

You wouldn’t think it possible given the quality of SK Tremayne’s first psychological thriller, The Ice Twins, but the author has come up with something…

Angel

Written by Anita Waller — A good measure of how much a book affects you is how much of it stays with you months, or…

In Her Wake

Amanda Jennings adds a whole new twist to the missing child plotline in this finely crafted example of domestic noir, set on the rugged Cornish…

In Her Wake

Written by Amanda Jennings — Life and death, every crime novel needs ’em. And it’s a particularly dramatic demise that starts the ball rolling in this…