A Gift for Dying

Written by MJ Arlidge — He’s best known for the popular DI Helen Grace series set in Southampton, and now MJ Arlidge is branching out…

Interview: MJ Arlidge

MJ Arlidge wears several hats. As well as being the creator of the hugely popular series of crime novels featuring DI Helen Grace, he has…

Indie authors make their move

On the Radar — It’s a good week for anyone looking for work by indie and self-published authors. Michael Pronko’s latest mystery set in Japan…

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Love Me Not

Written by MJ Arlidge – This contemporary thriller set in Southampton pits the local police force against a pair of serial killers. It’s a multiple…

Since We Fell, and more…

On the Radar — What more could you want than 11 new crime books landing in the next couple of weeks, including ones by big-name…

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Cold case defrosted

On the Radar — This week’s new books take us on a journey from chilling Derbyshire where Sarah Ward has another cold case for us,…

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No turkeys this week…

On the Radar — Well, we say there are no turkeys this week, but at first glance there is one on the cover of TM Causey’s The…

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Reacher on the prairie

On the Radar — Ann Cleeves, Anthony Horowitz and Lee Child – three of the UK’s biggest names in crime fiction – all feature this…

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Is it the work of Satan?

On the Radar — We’ve got a sensational headline for you this week because in our lead book DI Savage seems to be dealing with a…

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Val’s back – and so is Poirot

On the Radar — It’s a case of, ‘Please be upstanding and raise your glasses to the ladies,’ this week, as we look at a…

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Eeny Meeny

Written by MJ Arlidge — Just when you thought crime fiction couldn’t get more gruesome, along comes MJ Arlidge’s Eeny Meeny to raise the bar. Even…

What’s in this bloody box?

Today an unusual package arrived on the doorstep at Crime Fiction Lover HQ. Somewhat worryingly, it had to be signed for. Ever more concerning were…