Swann’s Way Out

Written by Charles Salzberg — The fourth book in the Swann’s Way series doesn’t have any references to Marcel Proust in it, but instead begins…

Angel of the Abyss

Set in contemporary Los Angeles, this is the tale of a failed screenwriter who becomes involved in the restoration of a 1926 movie which for a…

Slow Down

Written by Lee Matthew Goldberg — November might be long gone, but here at Crime Fiction Lover we continue to bring you the latest indie releases long…

NTN: Angel of the Abyss

Written by Ed Kurtz — Last month we reviewed Freight, a novella by Ed Kurtz published by Australia’s Crime Factory team. Now he returns with…

The First One You Expect

Written by Adam Cesare — There is plenty of crime fiction set in the glamorous world of Hollywood, about egomaniacal auteurs, shady producers and temperamental…

Interview: Robert Rotstein

With a background of more than 30 years as an attorney in the entertainment industry, Robert Rotstein has seen a thing or two… Now he’s…

Alive

Written by Loren D Estleman — For many years Estleman has alternated between writing Westerns and writing his Amos Walker novels. We reviewed the most…

Dark Echoes

Written by Bruce Crowther — Harry Kenning and Billy Ross are former Hollywood actors who never quite hit the big time. Back in the 1950s, the…