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First look: Cromwell Stone

Of course we’ll call out cheating in crime novels whenever possible, such as when authors use the supernatural as a get-out at the end of a mystery. However, do feel free to call us hypocrites when we say we also love a crime story tinged…
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Providence

Written by Caroline Kepnes — Master of horror Stephen King has been testing the waters in crime fiction land in recent years, and the release of The Outsider earlier this year saw him edge further into our favourite genre with his third detective novel. Recently,…
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Sherlock Holmes and the Miskatonic Monstrosities

James Lovegrove’s literary crossbreed – half Sherlock Holmes, half otherworldly horror – is tremendous fun. Following the events of the first book, The Shadwell Shadows, Holmes and Watson have been inducted into Mycroft’s Dagon Club – its purpose to protect London’s population from the mind-altering terrors…
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Interview: Lois H Gresh

Lois H Gresh is an established editor and writer of short fiction whose first novel for Titan Books. The American author’s latest release, Sherlock Holmes vs Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions, marks the start of an exciting trilogy pitting the supreme rationalist and…
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Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows

Written by James Lovegrove — Sherlock Holmes remains an enduring literary phenomenon. He is an iconic character that continues to capture the imagination of readers, writers and TV viewers alike. This undying popularity seems to make Holmes’ original creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, unique. However, crime fiction…
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