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Interview: Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin has written nine Jim Stringer novels, which are set in the early 20th century and all feature the railways. His book Somme Stations won the CWA Ellis Peters Historical Dagger a few years back, and fans await each new release. However, Andrew’s latest…
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The Slaughterman

Written by Tony Parsons — London copper Max Wolfe first appeared last year in The Murder Bag. Now he returns to track a sadistic killer who has butchered four members of a wealthy family, and kidnapped their youngest child. The family thought themselves secure in their upmarket…
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Interview: James Craig

James Craig is the author of the popular London-based crime thrillers featuring Inspector John Carlyle, which began with London Calling just about when we started Crime Fiction Lover in 2011. With the new episode, Sins of the Fathers, just published, he talks to us about himself, his…
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The Kill

Written by Jane Casey — It’s the time of year when parties abound, but there’s nothing worse than getting there after everyone else has had a few drinks and is infused with festive jollity, is there? I mention it because it’s a feeling I know…
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The Reckoning

Written by Rennie Airth — We are in an England slowly trying to come to terms with the fact that, despite sitting on the victorious side of the table after a brutal war, it is in a mess. Food is still rationed. Whole districts of…
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