Summerchill

Written by Quentin Bates — What do you do if you’re a Scandibrit writer and you’re told that  Scandinavian crime stories always seem to take place in…

Win 150 ebooks from Sainsbury’s

Not to be outdone by Tesco or Amazon, UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has its own online bookshop which is selling ebooks across platforms. Whether you’ve…

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Driving Alone: A Love Story

Written by Kevin Lynn Helmick – Nothing much happens to protagonist Billy Keyhoe in Driving Alone. Then again, everything happens to Billy Keyhoe in Driving…

Murder in the British Library

London-based crime fiction lovers are in for a treat. Starting Friday 18 January, a free exhibition entitled Murder in the Library: An A to Z…

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NTN: Crusher

Written by Niall Leonard – Previously a screenplay writer, Niall Leonard wrote his first novel Crusher to take part in the NaNoWriMo novel-writing competition. The…

NTN: JE Fishman interviewed

In September last year, JE Fishman published his first book, a science thriller called Primacy, and this September saw the release of his first mystery,…

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Delusion In Death

Written by JD Robb –- After a phenomenal career full of bestsellers, Nora Roberts decided to take on a pseudonym and a new challenge. Nora…

New Talent November 2012

Welcome to New Talent November 2012, during which Crime Fiction Lover will be celebrating some of the rising stars of the genre. We’ve planned an…

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Private Games

Written by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan — James Patterson is one of the most popular crime fiction authors, his books selling an estimated 260…

CIS: The House of Silk

Written by Anthony Horowitz – Taking up where that crime fiction genius Arthur Conan Doyle left off, Anthony Horowitz sets his Holmes novel, out now…

Embryo

Written by JA Schneider — Michael Crichton, Robin Cook and Tess Gerritsen, make way for a new kid on the block in the field of…

Frame Up

Written by James Phoenix – If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it’s a shame Robert B Parker is no longer around. If he…