Tastes Like Fear? It is fear!

On the Radar — Sarah Hilary is one of the rising stars of British crime fiction and returns with a new Marnie Rome mystery for…

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Death in the Dales, and more

On the Radar — The elegant covers on the Kate Shackleton novels by Frances Brody are always eye catching and the latest looks like a real treat,…

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Crime novellas with Bookxy

Independent publisher Starrk Raving Group is set to launch a new app giving readers access to previously unpublished novellas by a range of authors writing…

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First look: The Craftsman for iPad

Mystery and thriller apps are getting more and more sophisticated. We’ve seen a couple of good ones lately, and the latest to bash through that…

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Device 6

Written by Simon Flesser and Magnus ‘Gordon’ Gardebäck — If the legendary designer Saul Bass had created mystery games for the iPad, they’d probably have…

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The Thirty-Nine Steps interactive

Digital books. Yes they’re inexpensive and they save trees, but when you’re reading one on an iPad or Android tablet, you’re only using a fraction…

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Get £30 off Kindle Fire

If you’ve been thinking about getting a tablet device or a Kindle, for your crime fiction enjoyment, Amazon has a little offer going on at…

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Rebus: saint or sinner?

Earlier this month the paperback version of Ian Rankin’s Standing in Another Man’s Grave came out and it saw the return of one of Scotland’s…

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Caffeine Nights iPad app

If you’re a crime fiction lover with an iPad or an iPad Mini, a new app has been released just for you by independent publisher…

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Crime fiction on Android tablets

For those technophobes out there, Android tablets are nothing like Aspirin and don’t really involve robots either. Android’s the mobile operating system that many cell…

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New Amazon Kindle Tablet

Technology websites this week have been heralding news on the forthcoming Kindle Tablet from Amazon, rumoured to be released in November. The reports hint at…

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