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The Never Game

Written by Jeffery Deaver — He’s taken on new technology before in the likes of The Blue Nowhere, Roadside Crosses and The Steel Kiss, now Jeffery Deaver turns his attention to the cut-throat world of computer gaming – to explosive effect. The Never Game introduces…
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The Cutting Edge, and more

On the Radar — Lincoln Rhyme is right up there with the best detectives in crime fiction, and Jeffery Deaver has made the character a favourite with readers around the world. What’s fascinating about Rhyme, who was played by Denzel Washington in The Bone Collector,…
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Road trip! The best of American Noir

Few people know quite as much about crime fiction as the British author and journalist Barry Forshaw. He’s read more books, interviewed more writers, and written more articles on the topic than just about anyone we know. Futhermore, he’s been working on a series of…
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The Steel Kiss

Written by Jeffery Deaver — He’s the master of smoke and mirrors, disguise and deceit, and this time Jeffery Deaver sets his brain-twisting new Lincoln Rhyme novel in the most hi-tech of situations. Quadriplegic crime-solver Rhyme relies upon the latest technology to help him function. He’s…
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Interview: Jeffery Deaver

“Technology is everywhere: it makes our lives easier, our connections faster and journeys quicker. But in the hands of someone smart enough, every piece of technology can be a murder weapon.” So reads the blurb of the latest Lincoln Rhyme thriller from the pen of…
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The game's afoot...

On the Radar –– Today’s new books column starts with a big release that Sherlock Holmes fans will lap up, and it features Holmes stories written by some of the biggest names in crime fiction. Also, we have Jeffery Deaver’s latest Kathryn Dance novel, a couple…
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Death Sentences

Edited by Otto Penzler — While crime fiction may be the biggest seller by genre, the dedicated crime bookshop has become an endangered species. In his introduction to this excellent anthology, Ian Rankin recalls his US book tours of the late 80s, a time when many…
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Face Off

Edited by David Baldacci — Remember the rock supergroups of the 1970s? Blind Faith; Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; Derek and the Dominoes; Emerson, Lake and Palmer? Did the whole ever equal the sum of its parts? That’s an argument for another day, but what…
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