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NTN: The Axeman’s Jazz by Ray Celestin

Thirty years after Jack the Ripper stalked London’s foggy streets, a jazz-loving serial killer terrorised New Orleans. Between May 1918 and October 1919, eight people were murdered by the shadowy killer, who attacked his victims with their own chopper. The Axeman was never caught and,…
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The Lazarus Prophecy by FG Cottam

British writer FG Cottam made his debut back in 2007 with his highly successful paranormal thriller, The House of Lost Souls. This novel has subsequently been published in 15 languages, and won him the Dracula Society’s Children of the Night Award, not to mention being…
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Who Thinks Evil

Written by Michael Kurland — Kurland’s Professor Moriarty series began in 1979 with The Infernal Device. It was an Edgar Award finalist and was also nominated for an American Book Award. Death by Gaslight, The Great Game, and The Empress of India followed. The series’…
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Letters from a Murderer

Written by John Matthews — If you’re interested in historical crime, whether fact or fiction, then John Matthews has produced a book with a fantastic conceit. The Jack the Ripper case was never solved. The murders of prostitutes in Victorian London’s East End just stopped…
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NTN: The Yard

Written by Alex Grecian — Though Alex Grecian has written several graphic novels, The Yard is his first prose crime fiction book. Released in the summer, it’s done well on both sides of the Atlantic and we thought New Talent November would be a great…
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The Pleasures of Men

Written by Kate Williams – London’s East End in 1840 is the setting for historian Kate Williams’ crime fiction debut, and a killer nicknamed the Man of Crows is striking terror into the hearts of those inhabiting some of the poorest streets in the capital….
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