The Ice Twins

The Moorcrofts appear to have the perfect life, until disaster strikes. One of their twins – blonde haired, blue eyed, inseparable and identical – dies in…

Black Wood

Written by SJI Holliday — Deep, dark woods have been the stuff of gripping tales since Red Riding Hood was a lass, so the title of…

Interview: Oscar de Muriel

A few weeks ago we showed you the cover of a debut novel called The Strings of Murder here on Crime Fiction Lover. But on…

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The Ice Twins

Written by SK Tremayne — Angus and Sarah Moorcroft are living an enviable life. Angus is an architect, Sarah a freelance journalist and the couple live…

Crow Bait

Written by Douglas Skelton — Davie McCall is in the notorious Glasgow prison, Barlinnie, AKA the Bar-L. He was convicted for a robbery by perjured…

Preternatural

Written by Matt Hilton — Carter Bailey is called to Conn Island, a small, weather blasted land mass in the Shetland Islands. His summoner is Paul…

Interview: Peter May

Novelist, TV writer and producer Peter May is best known for his highly acclaimed Lewis Trilogy, which to date has sold more than a million…

The Thirty-Nine Steps interactive

Digital books. Yes they’re inexpensive and they save trees, but when you’re reading one on an iPad or Android tablet, you’re only using a fraction…

CIS: The Thirty-Nine Steps

Written by John Buchan — First published in 1915, it’s hard to believe that The Thirty-Nine Steps is nearly 100 years old. It has formed the…

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Interview: Helen FitzGerald

Helen Fitzgerald’s latest novel, The Cry, looks set to be one of 2013’s most talked about psychological thrillers. It’s he story of a young couple…

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The Cry

Written by Helen FitzGerald — Helen FitzGerald is one of those authors you just can’t pigeonhole. She roves across the genres, producing works of dark comedy…

Interview: Denise Mina

Glasgow-born author Denise Mina saw a lot of the world in her early life because her father’s job as an engineer saw the family move…

NTN: Barry Gornell interviewed

Barry Gornell’s debut The Healing of Luther Grove was one of the finds of the year for me, a claustrophobic, character-driven psychological thriller written with…

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