Deadland

Written by William Shaw — There’s something magical when a book transports you completely to the place in which it is set. Elly Griffiths does…

The Turner Prize for crime

On the Radar — Contemporary art will cost you an arm and a leg these days… well, an arm at least. This is one of…

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New from Korea

On the Radar — You know that we get excited about crime fiction from overseas markets here on Crime Fiction Lover. South Korea already manufactures…

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Sympathy for the Devil

William Shaw’s Sympathy for the Devil sways to the samba beat of 1960s London as DS Cathal Breen investigates the death of a Polish prostitute.…

Will it make a splash?

On the Radar — Another one of our most wanted books of 2017 arrives this week and what we’re wondering is just how much of…

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The Birdwatcher

Written by William Shaw — The first lines of this contemporary police procedural set up the defining characteristics of the protagonist: “There were two reasons why…

A Book of Scars

Written by William Shaw — You have to feel sorry for Detective Sergeant Cathal Breen, the battered, bruised and emotionally confused cop in William Shaw’s series…

A Song from Dead Lips

Written by William Shaw — Crime writers are occasionally given to complaining about how technology has made life harder when it comes to plotting. Many…