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Six of the best German crime authors

Just like the German football team, the country’s crime authors seem to be masters of surprises and exciting twists. Although we have reviewed several of them on our website, we’re sure there are plenty more to come. German crime fiction one of the great untapped…
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Do you fly Underground Airlines?

On the Radar — It’s a truly inspiring week for new releases, with a new novel from Ben H Winters, another from Karin Slaughter, and for lovers of Tartan noir we’ve got the new Malcolm Mackay book as well. Plus, there’s also a treat for anyone…
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AudiobookReviews

Passenger 23

Written by Sebastian Fitzek, narrated by Max Beesley, with a cast of actors — Unless you speak German, the only way you can enjoy psychological thriller-writer Fitzek’s latest book is on audio, which is perhaps why it’s called ‘An Audible Original Drama,’ though it is…
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Follow the hashtag killer...

On the Radar — Social media noir. Is that a thing? We’re seeing more and more novels playing on theme of digital death dealers and the latest heads up the selection this month in Angela Clarke’s Follow Me. We’ve also got an exciting sounding audiobook,…
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The Child

Written by Sebastian Fitzek, translated by John Brownjohn — When it was published in Germany in 2006, Sebastian Fitzek’s debut novel Therapy knocked The Da Vinci Code off the number one spot in the bestseller charts. We’ve reviewed it here, meanwhile Fitzek has made a name for himself both in…
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Therapy

Written by Sebastian Fitzek, translated by Sally-Ann Spencer — Sebastian Fitzek is going to be the next big name in crime fiction coming out of Germany. At least, that’s what the Sphere imprint of Little, Brown is betting on. The publisher has just acquired the…
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