Jack Reacher immortalised in song

What do you get for the crime fiction lover who has everything? How about Just the Clothes on My Back by the American roots rock…

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The Martian Girl

Written by Andrew Martin — What a great title for a crime novel, and with the cover swirling together current and historical London landmarks and a…

Back Up

Written by Paul Colize, translated by Louise Rogers Lalaurie — This crime thriller by Belgian writer Paul Colize about a British rock band was short-listed…

The Run-Out Groove

Written by Andrew Cartmel — The Vinyl Detective, whose name remains a secret, returns for a second escapade. Last year’s Written in Dead Wax was an…

The Vinyl Detective

Written by Andrew Cartmel — The Vinyl Detective isn’t actually a real detective. He’s just a young, single Londoner whose name is never revealed. A jazz…

NTN: Erik Axl Sund interviewed

Crime fiction readers and publishers alike continue to ride the popular wave of Nordic noir, ever scanning the horizon for the next Stieg Larsson. Newcomers…

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Interview: Jake Woodhouse

New author Jake Woodhouse recently secured a publishing deal with none other than Penguin Books. Set in Amsterdam, his debut novel is After the Silence…

Look who’s writing for us XI

Today we’re welcoming a brand new writer to the Crime Fiction Lover team. Andre Paine is a journalist based in London who regularly covers music,…

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Ordinary Grace

It’s the summer of 1961 in the small town of New Bremen, Minnesota. William Kent Kreuger’s story concerns the Drum family, but more particularly the…

Ordinary Grace

Written by William Kent Krueger — William Kent Krueger is already well known for his Cork O’Conner mystery series, but he has given us something a…

The Late Greats

New Holland was Hull’s most successful band of the 1990s and lured by the prospect of a big payday, and thanks to the machinations of…