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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, 90s and nearly noughties. The action all took place in and around Brookside Close, and one of the most explosive…
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That old black magic

On the Radar — Today we’re in the thrall of Christopher Fowler once again as Bryant and May return for a murder case that’s caught in the dark shadow of the occult. Always a good thing, in our book. But that’s not all, our On…
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Features

Britain's best new women crime writers

Women may be battling the glass ceiling in many professions, but in the world of crime writing they’ve shattered it with all manner of sharp implements. Names like Agatha Christie, Ruth Rendell and PD James will always spring to mind, and Val McDermid and Ann…
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The Collector

Fiona Cummins won widespread praise for her chilling debut, Rattle, including a five-star review on this site. Now the Bone Collector character is back, and he’s proving trickier than ever to capture. DS Etta Fitzroy is determined to put the odious serial killer behind bars,…
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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 thick and thin and ended up being one of my favourite crime fiction books of the year. That book was…
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NTN: The five best debuts of 2017

Fresh blood is what keeps the crime fiction community sated, as they say, and while reading series by your favourite authors is guaranteed to satisfy, there’s nothing like drinking in the work of a brand new crime author. More often than not, it’s new writers who…
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NTN: Fiona Cummins interviewed

The leap from writing about showbiz for a UK national newspaper to creating one of 2017’s most chilling protagonists is a big one, but family illness forced award-winning journalist Fiona Cummins to take a fresh look at life. “We owe it to ourselves to do…
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