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In Too Deep by Samantha Hayes

There has been a veritable avalanche of domestic noir recently – family-based psychological crime novels – and in such a crowded market, it can be difficult for a book to stand out. Samantha Hayes is no newcomer – she has written seven books previously, all…
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A gazetteer of British crime: The West Midlands

If you’re a regular visitor to Crime Fiction Lover, perhaps you’ve been following our gazetteer series, where we focus on fine crime writers who’ve established themselves and written substantial works set in specific regions of the United Kingdom. In the past we’ve looked at Scotland,…
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The Drowning Ground

Written by James Marrison — When the body of a local farmer is found on the peak of a hill with a pitchfork rammed through his neck Detective Chief Inspector Guillermo Downes is called in. The deceased is Frank Hurst and well known to Downes. Ten years…
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Cherringham - Mystery at the Manor

Written by Matt Costello and Neil Richards — Mystery at the Manor is the second episode in a 12-book series of cosy mysteries, which transatlantic writing duo Matt Costello (US) and Neil Richards (UK) intend to release in monthly instalments. Each book is intended to…
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Malice in the Cotswolds

Written by Rebecca Tope — Fans of cosy crime fiction will probably already be familiar with the name of Rebecca Tope, but you needn’t feel you are missing out if this – the tenth book – is in fact your first encounter with the Cotswold mystery…
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Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch

Written by Nancy Atherton — Aunt Dimity first arrived on our bookshelves nearly 20 years ago with its main protagonist Lori Shepherd and her ghostly sidekick Dimity Westwood – aka Aunt Dimity – embarking on a series of mysteries. The Village Witch is the 17th…
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