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Noir

Written by Christopher Moore — Bestselling author Christopher Moore has carved out a niche for himself as a prominent satirist. His novels span multiple genres and he has poked fun at everything from vampires in Bloodsucking Fiends and Bite Me: A Love Story to Shakespeare…
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Crazy Rhythm

Written by TW Emory — If you need a break from serial killers and world-at-risk mayhem, TW Emory’s Gunnar Nilson mysteries may be a perfect, lighthearted alternative. Crazy Rhythm is entertaining, engaging, and written with tongue in cheek and a big tip of the grey…
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The Decagon House Murders

Author Yukito Ayatsuji is part of a group that advocates the use of SS Van Dine’s set of ‘rules’ when it comes to writing crime novels. They’re not followed much by English writers anymore, but Japanese readers have a taste for Golden Age-style crime. Consequently,…
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Classic FM's Upstairs Downland Abbey

Classic FM has produced a star-studded whodunnit radio drama to raise money for its charity, Global’s Make Some Noise. The programme is called Upstairs Downland Abbey, and will star David Tennant, David and John Suchet, Aled Jones, Myleene Klass, Charlotte Green and several Classic FM presenters including……
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Mycroft Holmes

Written by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse — On top of being one of the greatest baskeball players of all time, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has recently revealed his love of murder mysteries and, in particular, those involving Sherlock Holmes. Here he’s teamed up with co-writer Anna Waterhouse…
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The Decagon House Murders

Written by Yukito Ayatsuji, translated by Ho-Ling Wong — My advice to anyone who picks up this intriguing little pastiche of the Golden Age is don’t get too attached to any of the characters. There’s a good chance they’ll die. A very good chance. It’s…
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Kitty Peck and the Child of Ill Fortune

Written by Kate Griffin — Following Kate Griffin’s debut Victorian crime thriller, Kitty Peck and the Music Hall Murders, we once again find ourselves transported back to the 1880s to the gaslit alleyways of Limehouse. Kitty has now inherited Paradise, a criminal network previously ruled by the fearsome Lady Ginger….
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