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Vicious Circle

Written by CJ Box — From Alaska‘s misfits to Norwegian serial killers, and all the way to the Russian steppes, there are many flavours of cold climate crime fiction to savour. CJ Box uses his home state of Wyoming as the backdrop for his own…
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AudiobookReviews

Hold the Dark audiobook

Written by William Giraldi, narrated by Richard Ferrone — The essentials of William Giraldi’s icy thriller were covered in our review of the book, which you’ll find here. In brief, the story centers around a case in which two, then three, children are stolen by wolves…
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Dry Bones in the Valley

Written by Tom Bouman — This debut novel introduces Henry Farrell, a policeman in Wild Thyme, Pennsylvania. Despite the name of the township, the job should have been a quiet life with plenty of hunting and fishing for a man who is old beyond his years….
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Massacre Pond

Written by Paul Doiron — It should be autumn in the dense wilderness of the Maine backwoods, but it is unseasonably hot. People are still wearing cut-off shorts and flip-flops, and the insect swarms which should have died away by now are driving everyone mad….
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Hold the Dark

Written by William Giraldi — Scandinavian crime fiction seems to go from strength to strength, but let’s not forget that North America has its fair share of frigid locations to offer – perfect for crime fiction. Maine, Minnesota, Quebec and Canada’s far north have all…
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Recommended

White Heat

Recommended by this site’s admin, CrimeFictionLover, White Heat received a five-star review and was his number one book of 2012. He wrote: “If you’ve not read it yet, allow hands-down winner White Heat to take you to a totally different environment, and into a new…
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NTN: White Heat

Written by MJ McGrath — Melanie McGrath studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford, but instead of going on to join Britain’s governing class she decided to write excellent crime stories set in the far, far, far north of Canada. A commendable move on her…
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