New prize for BAME crime authors

Though writers like Lionel Shriver might not like it, Penguin Random House has made a commitment to reflecting Britain’s ethnic diversity in the writers it…

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NTN: Abir Mukherjee interviewed

Last February, we reported on how the previously unpublished writer Abir Mukherjee had won a crime writing competition run by The Daily Telegraph and Harvill Secker. His book,…

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A Rising Man – Telegraph compo winner

Congratulations go out to Abir Mukherjee, who has won the Telegraph Harvill Secker crime writing competition with a novel set in India in 1919, during…

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First look: The Son by Jo Nesbo

Harvill Secker, the publisher of Norwegian author Jo Nesbo, has unveiled his newest book – The Son. Due out on 14 April, the 490-page proof…

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Interview: Eva Dolan

On 2 January, Eva Dolan’s first novel will be released by Harvill Secker. It’s big news for the Essex-based author, and for Crime Fiction Lover.…

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The Never List preview…

It’s great when publishers put a little extra attention to detail into the covers and presentation of the books they release. A good case in…

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