First look: Carl Hiaasen’s Razor Girl

Since the early 80s, Florida author Carl Hiaasen has been writing about the off-beat detectives, crack-lipped beach bums, boat owners, con artists and corrupt politicians…

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Interview: Camilla Way

Watching Edie, the third crime novel by Camilla Way, is being billed by publishers HarperCollins as “the most unsettling psychological thriller you’ll read this year”. The…

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Domestic noir on Brum Radio…

Brum Radio is an internet radio station set up in Birmingham that hosts its Books Show every Friday at 1pm. Once in a while they focus…

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SK Tremayne’s latest trick

You wouldn’t think it possible given the quality of SK Tremayne’s first psychological thriller, The Ice Twins, but the author has come up with something…

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Message in a bottle…

“Just a castaway, an island lost at sea (oh)!” The latest piece of book marketing to arrive reminds me of that famous 1979 Police song,…

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First look: Crime Scene issue 4

Yes, issue four of Crime Scene magazine hits the shelves today. It’s the only glossy magazine we know of that’s devoted to the world of…

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