Turning back time…

On the Radar – With Christmas just around the corner, this week’s book report focuses on some of the new releases in the historical crime…

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NTN: Turn of Mind

Written by Alice LaPlante — For all of the artfully arranged tension and ever escalating gore in many crime novels it’s rare to put one…

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…

NTN: Crusher

Written by Niall Leonard – Previously a screenplay writer, Niall Leonard wrote his first novel Crusher to take part in the NaNoWriMo novel-writing competition. The…

Kill the General

Written by Bogdan Hrib — The popularity of Scandinavian crime fiction has led to novels from all over the world being translated into English, perhaps…

Uncommon Assassins

Edited by Weldon Burge — Weldon Burge, a Delaware native, is a full-time writer, editor, and publisher and his stories have been featured in anthologies…

Nearly Nowhere

Written by Summer Brenner — It might not be the best known publisher on the block, but California-based PM Press has delivered some solid hits…

NTN: White Heat

Written by MJ McGrath — Melanie McGrath studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford, but instead of going on to join Britain’s governing class she…

Murder most thrilling

On the radar — This week our postbag has been positively been bursting at the seams with books from both new and established crime writers.…

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NTN: Barry Gornell interviewed

Barry Gornell’s debut The Healing of Luther Grove was one of the finds of the year for me, a claustrophobic, character-driven psychological thriller written with…

NTN: Piggyback

Written by Tom Pitts — Tom Pitts is a new author based in San Francisco, and has had several short stories published online and in…