The Will of the Dead

Written by George Mann — Titan Books has amassed a very impressive line-up of books for Sherlock Holmes devotees who enjoy reading what authors since…

The PI Case Files – Part 1

Ah, the private investigator – staple reading for crime fiction lovers. Typically they’d have an office with the name of their agency emblazoned across the…

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Beyond Rue Morgue

Edited by Paul Kane and Charles Prepolec — Le Chevalier  C Auguste Dupin, Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous creation, is considered by many to be…

Interview: George Mann

History, horror, fantasy and mystery. It’s Victorian crime fiction but not as we know it in the books of George Mann. Released today, The Executioner’s…

Mayhem

Written by Sarah Pinborough — As a setting Victorian London seems to be a mainstay in crime fiction. It will always of course be associated…

Pulp of the Baskervilles

If you like classic pulp-style art, watch for the new Pulp Classics series from Oldcastle Books. Of greatest interest to crime fiction lovers will be…

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Lehane grabs Best Novel Edgar

Last night New York City played host to the 67th annual Edgar Awards, hosted by the Mystery Writers of America, but it was Boston boy…

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Murder in the British Library

London-based crime fiction lovers are in for a treat. Starting Friday 18 January, a free exhibition entitled Murder in the Library: An A to Z…

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NTN: KN Shields interviewed

If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes, and would love to see that type of late Victorian mystery played out in a different setting with…

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CIS: The House of Silk

Written by Anthony Horowitz – Taking up where that crime fiction genius Arthur Conan Doyle left off, Anthony Horowitz sets his Holmes novel, out now…