The final fire

On the Radar — It’s a poignant time for fans of Scandinavian crime fiction as, two years to the day after Henning Mankell’s death, his…

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Death at the Seaside, and more

On the Radar — We’re leading off this week with two very British books – one’s a collection of short stories by PD James, and the…

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London Rain

Written by Nicola Upson — If you like your detective fiction with a pin-sharp historical setting, then Nicola Upson is the author for you. Her series of novels…

PD James (1920-2014) remembered

No one was surprised at the outpouring of emotions and tributes following the sad passing of Baroness PD James last week. Over the course of…

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No Man’s Nightingale

Written by Ruth Rendell – In 2014 Ruth Rendell will celebrate 50 years as a published author of ingenious procedurals and disquieting psychological crime, and…

The Cuckoo’s Calling

Written by Robert Galbraith — The mystery surrounding Robert Galbraith was solved this month when it was revealed that this debut novelist was in fact JK…

Murder in the British Library

London-based crime fiction lovers are in for a treat. Starting Friday 18 January, a free exhibition entitled Murder in the Library: An A to Z…

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Special Report: CrimeFest 2012

For Crime Fiction Lovers in the UK, the CrimeFest convention held in Bristol is one of the key dates on the crime writing calendar. Authors…

Meet us at CrimeFest 2012

Have you put the dates 24-27 May into your diary yet? If you love crime fiction you should look into it because that’s when top…

Top 10: Your favourite crime books

It’s always interesting to see which books are doing well in the charts. Amazon has its charts and the publishing industry has regular sales updates.…

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