The Hidden Child

Written by Camilla Läckberg – Läckberg’s latest book in her series featuring crime writer Erica Falck and her police detective husband Patrik Hedstrӧm sees the…

Cold Rain

Written by Craig Smith — It’s taken a while for us to get round to reviewing Craig Smith’s Cold Rain, which was published late last year,…

Hell and Gone

Written by Duane Swierczynski — In Hell and Gone, the sequel to the award-winning Fun and Games, Duane Swierczynski picks up Charlie Hardy at the…

CSI: Quebec? Mais oui!

Starting on 28 October and lasting for three days, Quebec City is to host its first ever crime fiction festival. It’s called QuebeCrime and in…

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CFL top five books of 2011

Perhaps you dropped by our site a week or two ago when we were asking readers what their favourite book of the last 12 months…

The Devil’s Ribbon

Written by DE Meredith — This is the second outing for Victorian forensic scientist Prof Adolphus Hatton and his able assistant, Albert Roumande. Forensic science…

And the winner is…

Congratulations to John Sturm of Whitley Bay in the Northeast of England. His post was picked randomly from over 40 sent in when we asked…

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Viva La Madness

Written by JJ Connolly — Maybe you’ve seen the film Layer Cake, or read the book? Well Viva La Madness is the next episode in…

Motor City Shakedown

Written by DE Johnson — Motor City Shakedown by is a violent, historically-based story set in a vibrant but unsettled Detroit in 1911. The author…

Short stories: Liverpool 5

Everyone here at Crime Fiction Lover is right behind our fellow contributor Luca Veste. The Merseyside-based writer’s first book, Liverpool 5, is available now on…

The Impossible Dead

This is the follow-up to 2009’s The Complaints, which introduced us to Malcolm Fox and his internal investigation unit. Fox’s group is something of a…