Interview: CL Taylor

Cally Taylor began as a romantic novelist and short story writer before branching out into crime, where her standalone psychological thrillers have attracted a huge…

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Interview: Bill Beverly

When American author Bill Beverly’s debut novel Dodgers came out last year, straight away it received a five-star review here on Crime Fiction Lover. It…

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Interview: Vaseem Khan

If you like your crime with a touch of spice – literally – then Vaseem Khan’s Baby Ganesh Agency series, featuring Inspector Chopra and his…

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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…

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Death by aircon – Fargo season 3

The best things come in threes, don’t they? This month we’ve had Bosch season 3 launch on Amazon, Hinterland season 3 on BBC and the…

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Road trip! The best of American Noir

Few people know quite as much about crime fiction as the British author and journalist Barry Forshaw. He’s read more books, interviewed more writers, and…

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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…

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First look: Soot by Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin has been writing some of the best World War I crime fiction around, with his Jim Stringer series. But the author is never…

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Raven takes flight

Sometimes, we get so close to the subject of crime fiction that it’s easy forget just how popular the genre is. Seeing bespoke indie crime…

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