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Vanished

Written by Elizabeth Heiter — Evelyn Baine is a top profiler with the FBI. Her speciality is human behaviour, but her own personal story informs everything she does. She is of mixed race, and after a childhood where she was rescued from a drunken mother…
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Good-bye 2014, hello Tess Gerritsen

On the Radar — This will be the last On the Radar article of 2014, as next week our Thursday publication day coincides with Christmas Day. However, we will be back on 1 January 2105 briskly for a new year of crime fiction. During 2014…
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The dance of the detectives

On the Radar — The most interesting release this week has to be Face Off, in which some of crime fiction’s most famous detectives are paired off to dance their way through various crimes. With the anthology edited by David Baldacci, it looks like it’ll…
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Vanished

Written by Tim Weaver — Every year, Londoners disappear. They vanish from the face of the metropolis, some for months, some for years, and some for ever. David Raker is an ex-journalist and reporter who has carved a nicheĀ tracing missing people, and when Julia Wren…
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Interview: Tim Weaver

Back when we started Crime Ficiton Lover, one of the first books we got in to review was The Dead Tracks by Tim Weaver. I wanted to read that one because Tim and I used to work for the same company and I thought it…
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Milo's crime picks for July

Back once again, our guest columnist Miles of the wonderful book blog Milo’s Rambles. Every month he joins us with the top reads he’s discovered over the last 30 days. July was rainy. The Olympics got underway. And here are the crime books Miles is…
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