The Liar

Written by Steve Cavanagh — New York-based con artist turned lawyer Eddie Flynn is back for a third story in this highly entertaining series. In The…

Interview: Steve Cavanagh

Crime author Steve Cavanagh is lawyer by day, and he says this is because he joined the wrong queue when enrolling for college. What he actually…

The Search

Written by Howard Linskey — It’s the hot English summer of 1976 and six ten-year-old school friends pay in the fields around the North East village…

The Fix

Written by David Baldacci — The third novel in the series begins with Amos Decker on his way to work one morning at the FBI in Washington, DC. Right…

Don’t Look For Me

Written by Mason Cross — New York, 2010. Carol Langford receives a phone call. The line is terrible. Carter Blake, 7,000 miles away and injured, tells Carol…

Ice Cold Alice

Written by CP Wilson — Alice Connolly leads a double life. Her public persona is the author of a highly successful fantasy series of vampire…

Interview: Mason Cross

Not every Scottish author is milking the grey skies over Glasgow, Aberdeen’s granite edifice, or the medieval nooks and crannies of Edinburgh for atmosphere. Mason…

Wild Chamber

Written by Christopher Fowler — Last year Christopher Fowler won the prestigious CWA Dagger in the Library award which recognises a significant body of work, as…

Written in Bones

Written by James Oswald — When the body of a man is discovered in Edinburgh parkland called The Meadows, Detective Inspector Tony McLean is called in to…

Uncoiled Lies

Written by Liz Mistry — Bradford, 5 November 1998 and Sadia Hussain is at a bonfire night celebration with her best friend, Jessica, which goes…

The Intrusions

Written by Stav Sherez — Madison Carter is in hysterics in the Bayswater police station as she reports the abduction of her friend Anna Becker. Initially, DS Geneva Miller…

NTN: Liz Mistry interviewed

New Talent November is all about introducing you to new, up-and-coming crime authors and Liz Mistry fits firmly into that category. Although she and her novel,…