The Fourth Courier

Written by Timothy Jay Smith — Take a walk back in time to Warsaw in 1992 with Timothy Jay Smith’s new crime thriller, The Fourth…

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The Cypher Bureau

Written by Eilidh McGinness — Although readers around the world are familiar with the accomplishments of Alan Turing and the British code-breaking team at Bletchley…

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Rage

Written by Zygmunt Miloszewski, translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones — East European characters are plentiful in Western crime novels – usually as villains – and it is past the…

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Interview: Zygmunt Miloszewski

We’d love to see a lot more mysteries from the former Eastern Bloc here on Crime Fiction Lover, and one of the authors leading the…

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A Man Without Breath

When David Prestidge reviewed the latest from Philip Kerr earlier this year, he called it “a modern masterpiece”. Central character Bernie Gunther is a cynical…

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A Man Without Breath

Written by Philip Kerr — Bernie Gunther is a cynical, tough German cop. A veteran of The Great War, he has experienced hell on earth,…

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Interview: Paul D Brazill

A day or two ago Paul D Brazill’s latest collection of short stories, Snapshots, arrived. This will be no surprise to many followers of the…

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Lumen

Written by Ben Pastor — Lumen was first released in Italy back in 1999, and Ben Pastor is the nom de plume of the university…

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