How it Happened

American writer Michael Koryta is finding the transition from promising newcomer to established bestselling author and easy one. In How It Happened, FBI agent Rob…

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Quicksand

Written by Malin Persson Giolito, translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles — Colorado, Las Vegas, Florida – mass shootings are seen as an American phenomenon, but eight…

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Thirteen

Written by Steve Cavanagh — The courtroom drama market seems to have been cornered for many years by John Grisham, with a little Michael Connelly…

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How it Happened

Written by Michael Koryta — It was Rob Barrett’s academic research into criminal interrogation which led him to join the FBI, and it was his reputation…

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NTN: The Extraditionist

Written by Todd Merer — A debut thriller that shines a light into a particularly dark corner of the legal world, The Extraditionist is the…

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Without Fear or Favor

Written by Robert K Tanenbaum — Among many other legal posts, Tanenbaum has been a prosecutor, an Assistant District Attorney, has taught law, and served…

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From the Shadows

Written by Neil White — From the Shadows opens with a nameless stalker watching a woman from inside her flat. He’s a professional, and knows how…

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The Ex

Written by Alafair Burke — Even two decades later, New York criminal defense lawyer Olivia Randall has never quite forgiven herself for the unnecessarily cruel…

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The Liar

Written by Steve Cavanagh — New York-based con artist turned lawyer Eddie Flynn is back for a third story in this highly entertaining series. In The…

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You Don’t Know Me

Written by Imran Mahmood — Debut author Imran Mahmood is a criminal defence barrister, which ties in neatly with this book’s USP. Mahmood has fashioned a…

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Interview: Steve Cavanagh

Crime author Steve Cavanagh is lawyer by day, and he says this is because he joined the wrong queue when enrolling for college. What he actually…

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Say Nothing

Written by Brad Parks — Read the opening lines of this contemporary stand-alone thriller by American author Brad Parks and you pretty much have to…

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First look: Two Lost Boys

Guilty or innocent? It’s the eternal question whether you love Nordic noir, cosies, Golden Age or some other strand of crime fiction. And it’s at…

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My Husband’s Wife

Written by Jane Corry — Two people. One not yet in her teens. Another, recently married, trying to succeed at being both a wife and…

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The Plea

Written by Steve Cavanagh — Eddie Flynn is a con man, or he used to be. These days he operates on the right side of the…

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Black Holes

Written by He Jiahong, translated by Emily Jones — We have an unusual little gem for you today: crime fiction set in the rapidly-changing China…

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