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The Deal Goes Down by Larry Beinhart

The Deal Goes Down sees a welcome return for Larry Beinhart’s long-standing PI creation Tony Casella. Time has moved on for the detective. Now he’s an ex-PI living in the Catskills with zero chance of living out a happy, peaceful retirement thanks to the bank….
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Interview: David E Feldman

By day he’s a marketing and branding copywriter. By night he’s a crime novelist, and sometimes even a ghost. Well, a ghostwriter to be precise, who coaches new authors and helps them get that elusive novel that’s inside them down on paper. At the moment,…
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Rook by Stephen G Eoannou

True crime and crime fiction that feels like true crime are very popular at the moment. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether the story you’re reading actually happened or not. Which is fine, as long as it’s a good story. With Rook, Buffalo-based author Stephen…
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Cover Story by Susan Rigetti

Like a clever jigsaw puzzle, Susan Rigetti’s crime fiction debut, Cover Story, about a world-class financial swindler and con artist gives you a lot of pieces, and it takes a while for them to start fitting together, allowing the full picture to emerge. The story…
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Black Reed Bay by Rod Reynolds

Following last year’s gripping Blood Red City, a contemporary financial thriller set in London’s Square Mile, British writer Rod Reynolds has returned to the setting of his earlier novels, the United States. You may remember his post war trilogy which opened with The Dark Inside…
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Good Neighbours by Sarah Langan

Maple Street, in New York State’s Garden City, is a solid middle-class neighbourhood. It benefits from facing Sterling Park which, as estate agents will tell you, is a safe area for the neighbourhood kids to play. The parents are professionals and have aspirations for their…
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