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Shh by Jocelyn Dexter

Books with a deaf protagonist are pretty unusual. Two recent ones include Dark Pines by Will Dean and The Silent House by Nell Pattison. Now we’ve got Shh by Jocelyn Dexter – a police procedural and psychological thriller rolled into one neat package. And it’s…
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Red Snow

Written by Will Dean — Shortlisted for Not the Booker and recommended by the Zoe Ball Book Club, and not to mention a five-star review here on Crime Fiction Lover, Will Dean’s debut, Dark Pines, had everyone talking when it came out this time last…
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Interview: Will Dean

Originally from the East Midlands in the UK, Will Dean now lives in a wooden house he built in the middle of a Swedish forest. He uses the authenticity of this setting to write crime fiction novels that seem as true to the Nordic noir…
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Dark Pines

Written by Will Dean — Tuva Moodyson hates the woods. And that’s too bad for her, because she lives in Gavrik, surrounded by the Utgard Forest – several hundred square kilometres of boggy muskeg and pines. But it’s not that. It’s more to do with…
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Resurrection Bay

Written by Emma Viskic — Over the five years I’ve been reviewing for Crime Fiction Lover, some of my most memorable reads have featured protagonists who are that little bit different. There was Maggie Quinn, terrified of the dark in Dianne Gallagher’s Too Dark to…
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The Children of Silence

Written by Linda Stratmann –– There seems to be a great appetite for crime fiction set in Victorian times at the moment, and we’ve recently reviewed The Strings of Murder, The Infidel Stain and, of course, the strangely titled Sherlock Holmes and the Eye of…
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