Guns of Brixton

Written by Paul D Brazill — If you’re a regular visitor to the site may recall our review of A Case of Noir, an excellent…

CIS: Books to Die For

Whether it’s Golden Age giants or great lost novels, there’s always another crime classic waiting to be discovered. If Classics in September has opened your…

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Truth Dare Kill

Written by Gordon Ferris — Over the last five years, Gordon Ferris has established himself as a distinctive Scottish voice in crime fiction. He’s written…

The PI Case Files – Part 4

In our final edition of The PI Case Files, we meet arguably the two greatest investigators of all, plus a relative newcomer whose inclusion may…

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CWA votes on best crime novel ever

Remember, remember the fifth of November. In the UK it’s the day when we recall Guy Fawkes, and the Gunpowder Plot, and reanact the anti-Catholic…

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CIS: William Boyd on James Bond

Sixty-one years after his creation, James Bond lives on through the films starring Daniel Craig, and the enduringly popular books by Ian Fleming. However, a…

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Brother Kemal

Written by Jakob Arjouni — As previously reported on Crime Fiction Lover, German author Jakob Arjouni died in January from pancreatic cancer, aged just 48.…

CIS: Your classics

Last week, we called out for all our readers, followers and friends out there to tell us what your favourite classic crime fiction novels are.…

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