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…

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…

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 –…

NTN: Liz Mistry interviewed

New Talent November is all about introducing you to new, up-and-coming crime authors and Liz Mistry fits firmly into that category. Although she and her novel,…

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Behind Closed Doors

Elizabeth Haynes is back with a psychological thriller. Fifteen-year-old Scarlett Rainsford disappears while on a family holiday in Rhodes, then re-appears 10 years later in her…

Red Tide

Written by Jeff Lindsay — Dexter, the Miami-based forensics technician and vigilante remains one of crime fiction’s greatest characters. A serial killer with just enough self-awareness to…

Freight

Written by Ed Kurtz — Freight is the latest in the Single Shot line of noir novellas from Australia’s Crime Factory. Previous entries by Jedidiah…

Interview: Eva Dolan

On 2 January, Eva Dolan’s first novel will be released by Harvill Secker. It’s big news for the Essex-based author, and for Crime Fiction Lover.…

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Scafell

Written by Matthew Pink — Stephen ‘Sparky’ Markham is washed up in all kinds of ways. After a career in the forces, and a stint…

Stolen Souls

Stolen Souls sees Neville putting the politics aside to move into classic crime fiction territory. Like tens of thousands of young women before her Gayla…

Stolen Souls

Written by Stuart Neville — I have to admit to being a little in awe of Stuart Neville. His 2009 debut The Twelve, a nuanced…