The Storm Without

Written by Tony Black — ‘Irvine Welsh’s favourite British crime writer.’ That is one hell of plaudit to live up to, but Tony Black has…

Slip & Fall

Written by Nick Santora – Creative writing courses consistently tell their charges to write what you know. Nick Santora used to be a lawyer. Hopefully…

Interview: Ariel S Winter

Ariel S Winter’s first novel The Twenty-Year Death is bound to appeal to fans of the mid-20th century noir and hardboiled crime fiction we often…

Burning Midnight

Written by Loren D Estleman — With more than 20 written over a 30-year period, the Amos Walker books must represent one of the longest…

The Book of Souls

Written by James Oswald — James Oswald’s first foray into crime fiction, Natural Causes, has become a bona fide word-of-mouth hit. With over 100,000 downloads…

Interview: James Oswald

If you’re one of the 100,000 people who downloaded James Oswald’s book Natural Causes last month you’ll already understand why he’s been such a hit.…

Morgue drawers and murder…

On the radar — England, Germany and, yes, Scandinavia! This week our selection of new and forthcoming crime fiction definitely has a Northern European, Teutonic…

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Killer’s Island

Written by Anna Jansson — Welcome to the pretty medieval town of Visby on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. Full-time population: 20,000.…

Interview: Danielle Ramsay

Danielle Ramsay is the author of the Jack Brady novels, set in the north eastern seaside resort of Whitley Bay. The first instalment, Broken Silence,…