The Neighbour

Written by Fiona Cummins — Anyone remember Brookside? It was a Channel 4 soap opera, set in Liverpool, which was very popular during the 1980s,…

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Yellowhammer

Written by James Henry — It’s the little things that make you feel old. Hearing a familiar song on the radio and realising it is…

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Interview: Isabelle Grey

Isabelle Grey is a prolific writer, whose crime fiction series features murder detective Grace Fisher. She’s also written the standalone psychological thrillers, Out of Sight and The Bad…

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The Collector

Written by Fiona Cummins — In January 2017 I was lucky enough to be given a debut novel to review. It stayed with me through…

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Truth or Dare

Written by Tania Carver — A new Tania Carver book is always something to celebrate, particularly if you like your crime, dark, disturbing and mega-gruesome. But…

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Necropolis

If you are amused by cruel humour, then a word to the wise – don’t read this book on the bus or the train, as…

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Necropolis

Written by Guy Portman — Dyson Devereux is Head of Burials and Cemeteries for the local council of a fictional town in Essex, England. He…

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East of Innocence

Written by David Thorne — Daniel Connell used to be a legal hotshot in the City of London, mixing with the headhunted wide boys, and…

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Choked

Written by Tania Carver — How would you react if your child was snatched away and held hostage? You’d probably do whatever the kidnapper asked,…

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Get Death in Spiggs Wood FREE

Today and tomorrow – that’s 22 and 23 February 2012 – you can download Linda Gruchy’s self-published crime novel Death in Spiggs Wood for free…

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