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CFL wins Danish web prize

Coronavirus or not, the members of the Crime Fiction Lover team are used to reading and writing in isolation. So an unexpected email from Denmark came as a welcome surprise. Sparpedia.dk has named our site as one of the Top 20 Novel and Books Blogs…
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iBookKindleReviews

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 the winter months? Well, if you’re Quentin Bates, you decide to set your next book during the height of summer….
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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 got an iPad, Nexus, Kobo or Sony eReader, you can fill it up with crime fiction at the Sainsbury’s ebook…
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Features

Top 20 songs for crime fiction lovers

Many a contemporary crime fiction novel rocks along to a certain soundtrack – authors often use them to engage the reader a little more and bring in some touch points from modern culture to embellish their twisted plotlines. So we thought we’d put together a…
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Calculated in Death Review

Written by JD Robb — The first book published in JD Robb’s In Death series was Naked in Death, published back in 1995. Since then the author – who also writes under the name Nora Robberts – has released two hardcover In Death books per…
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PrintReviews

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 Alone. Helmick’s slim novella is a relatively short tale, but has all the suspense and significance of a much larger…
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