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Floodland brings Flemish crime fiction to our screens

Floodland is a Belgium-Netherlands co-production set in modern day Flanders-Zeeland, the borderland region between the two countries either side of the Scheldt river. It’s a blackly comic police drama that draws heavily on the clash of cultures between city, cosmopolitan liberal values and an out-of-touch…
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An Aegean April

Written by Jeffery Siger — It is Easter time on the Greek Island of Lesvos and the shipping tycoon Mihalis Volandes is about to become the saviour of so many refugees who cross the straits from Turkey seeking freedom in Europe. He has a plan,…
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Zen and the Art of Murder

Written by Oliver Bottini, translated by Jamie Bulloch — With its title, you might expect this book to be about a father and son on a motorcycle journey across the United States as per Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M Pirsig….
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Deadly Game

Written by Matt Johnson — If you like your crime fiction to be full of thrills and conspiracies, with more than a dash of authentic descriptions of weapons, raids and SAS-type tactics, then this series by Matt Johnson should  be destined for your reading pile. The…
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Jericho Road

Written by Douglas Watkinson — Nathan Hawk. The name conjures up a superhero or a big, bruising, bad guy, doesn’t it? Sorry to disappoint – meet Nathan Hawk, a former police officer with 30 years on the job, who was made to retire early because of…
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