NTN: The five best debuts of 2016

Isn’t it exciting when you discover a brilliant new author? One whose book you can tell your friends about, and then wait for their second…

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NTN: Five women to watch 2017

One thing readers and critics alike agree on: women are leading the way at the moment in crime fiction. Just look at the worldwide success of authors…

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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,…

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First look: Stasi Wolf

Last year during New Talent November, we brought you our review of Stasi Child, David Young’s impressive debut. For anyone looking for a new crime…

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NTN: Ten to taste part 2

The mission: to give some air time to self-published crime authors out there. The medium: New Talent November on Crime Fiction Lover. The message: Why…

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Iceland Noir: Magical murder tour

What is it that makes Icelandic crime fiction so captivating? It was the Magical Murder Tour that wrapped up Iceland Noir yesterday which provided many of…

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NTN: Ten top reads from Orenda Books

Since it was founded in 2014, Orenda Books has led the way as an independent publisher, snapping up great authors and making available some of…

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Iceland Noir 2016: open for business

“There ain’t no cure for loving crime fiction,” said Val McDermid in her keynote speech, which opened the Iceland Noir festival in Reykjavik this evening.…

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NTN: How to find new crime authors

Finding a great new book or an exciting new author is like discovering gold – or, since we’re talking crime here, stealing some gold and…

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NTN: Spotlight on Bloodhound Books

Indie publisher Bloodhound Books was founded in 2014 by Fred Freeman and Betsy Reavley ostensibly to publish Betsy’s crime fiction novels. But the husband and…

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