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The Bramble and the Rose

Tom Bouman has penned his third Henry Farrell novel and the cop, based in small-town Pennsylvania, is called out to investigate a headless corpse. It looks like a bear had been eating the man but killing the creature isn’t Farrell’s main worry – it’s the…
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Some Die Nameless

Written by Wallace Stroby — Ray Devlin is a middle-aged ex-mercenary whose deepest wish is to be left alone. He lives in a houseboat in Florida, and has as little as possible to do with his old world. Devlin knows a visit out of the blue…
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Interview: JJ Hensley

Have you ever wondered how realistic your favourite crime fiction is? Just because a book reads well on the page, it doesn’t mean it is accurate. Nowadays, research is pretty standard for authors, and while bestsellers like James Ellroy and Michael Connelly can use their…
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Bolt Action Remedy

Written by JJ Hensley — The winter sport of biathlon combines cross-country skiing with rifle shooting. Athletes taking part combine heart-pumping physical endurance with cool and calm shooting accuracy, and many have developed these abilities in the military. If you’re not aware of this Winter Olympics…
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Final Girls

Written by Riley Sager — The concept of the final girl is well known to fans of slasher horror flicks. Halloween, Scream, Alien – in each the protagonists are killed one by one down to a final girl. In 2015, a comedy pastiche was released…
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