This Is How It Ends

Written by Eva Dolan — “Eva Dolan nails it.” There. That’s the review. It’s all you need to know about this book. Sorry? What? Yeah,…

An English Murder

Written by Cyril Hare — Faber and Faber’s new reissue of Cyril Hare’s 1951 novel An English Murder could not be more timely as division…

Pleasantville

Written by Attica Locke — We’ve come to expect politics to play a part in Attica Locke’s intelligent thrillers. The author was one of our…

First look: The Illegalists

One thing we wish we had more of on Crime Fiction Lover is graphic novels. So we were really pleased to hear from writer Stefan Vogel…

Death Reveals All

Written by David Foster — It is London, late in 1940. A Royal Navy sailor, on the last night of his leave is having a…

Falling Fast

Written by Neil Broadfoot — This debut novel was recently shortlisted for the Deanston Scottish Crime Book of the Year alongside the likes of Peter…

Prime Deception

Written by Carys Jones — Charles Lloyd is very near the pinnacle of British politics. He is the Deputy Prime Minister. He has power, popularity,…

The House of Dolls

Written by David Hewson — With his three novelisations of Danish sensation The Killing, British crime writer David Hewson has elevated the TV tie-in novel…

NTN: The Honey Guide

Written by Richard Crompton — Released on St Valentine’s Day this year, The Honey Guide is Richard Crompton’s debut and it’s been getting some love…

Penance

Written by Dan O’Shea — Penance is a big, ambitious, sprawling novel set in Chicago 1971, and the present day. It’s so big, in fact,…

Breakdown

Written by Sara Paretsky — I’d love to have a girls’ night out in Chicago with VI Warshawski. We’re in the same age group, and…

The Boy in the Snow

Written by MJ McGrath — Half-Inuit, half-white, Edie Kiglatuk is a native of Ellesmere Island, in the furthest northern reaches of Canada. However this sequel to…

Darkness All Around

Written by Doug Magee — With so many writers seemingly content to meet genre expectations, it’s nice to come across an author not so easily…