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On the Radar: Do I know you?

Imagine not being able to recognise anybody’s face. And imagine then being witness to a crime. That’s a tricky setup and it’s one Swedish author Camilla Sten capitalises on in her second novel, The Lost Village, which is our lead book this week. But that’s…
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Love & Bullets by Nick Kolakowski

Good gonzo noir is a perpetual car crash; one bone-crunching, metal-shredding impact after another and Nick Kolakowski’s pulp fiction upholds that tradition. Meet Bill and Fiona. Don’t let their ordinary names fool you, they are the harbingers of chaos. Where they tread, and they tread…
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Boise Longpig Hunting Club

Written by Nick Kolakowski — Idaho bounty hunter Jake Halligan’s relationship with the Boise police force is difficult enough without any extra complications. The police take a dim view of bounty hunters as it is – trigger happy cowboys without the guts or discipline to carry…
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A body in the Highlands

On the Radar — Crime fiction is great. It can take you to just about any setting. So if you want to relish the Scottish Highlands, you can grab Val McDermid’s new Karen Pirie novel. But if you want to catch a wave, maybe the…
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It's indie crime fiction for us

On the Radar — Every week is eclectic here on the Crime Fiction Lover news page, but as February 2018 begins we’re dialling it up to 11 with a selection of indie crime novels. From inventive front covers to stories that haven’t had their originality…
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