CIS: The Methods of Sergeant Cluff

Written by Gil North — This year The British Library is celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the birth of the writer Gil North. This was…

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The Devil’s Work

Written by Mark Edwards — There are some real benefits to working from home. You can take as many coffee breaks as you like and could even…

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While the Emperor Slept

Written by BR Stateham — While the Emperor Slept is something of a departure from the norm for BR Stateham. The writer is more commonly known…

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CIS: The White Cottage Mystery

Written by Margery Allingham — The best thing about CrimeFictionLover’s Classics in September is that it encourages readers to step out of their comfort zones…

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Secrets in the Stones

Written by Tessa Harris — This is the sixth book in journalist-turned-novelist Tessa Harris’ engaging mystery series set in Oxfordshire in the 1780s. Dr Thomas…

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The Dead Don’t Boogie

Written by Douglas Skelton — There must be something in the air up there in Bonny Scotland – it has more cracking crime writers than the calories…

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Gunshine State

Written by Andrew Nette — “Beautiful one day, perfect the next.” That’s how Queensland, Australia’s advertising campaign Sunshine State describes the weather in the country’s second…

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Ghosts of Havana

Written by Todd Moss — The long tail of the failed American invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs swings around to sting a married…

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Darktown

Written by Thomas Mullen — So many countries are divided on the issues of race and identity at the moment that Thomas Mullen’s latest novel is born into a world…

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CIS: Murder Has a Motive

Written by Francis Duncan — Last December, Vintage began reprinting 1940s classics by Francis Duncan beginning with Murder for Christmas. Murder Has a Motive is one…

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Cold Killers

Written by Lee Weeks — A book cover that bears the legend ‘Will an East End feud lead to murder?’ smacks of Martina Cole –…

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The Devil’s Daughters

Written by Diana Bretherick — Formerly a criminal barrister, Diana Bretherick now lectures in criminology at the University of Portsmouth. In 2012, she won the Good…

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The Sculthorpe Murder

Written by Karen Charlton — Some historical crime novels are strong on history and light on storyline, others give the plot free rein and let…

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The Woman Next Door

Written by Cass Green — “Neighbours, everybody loves good neighbours…” as the theme tune for the series of the same name goes. It continues by…

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A Deadly Thaw

Written by Sarah Ward — Bampton, the Derbyshire Peak District, September 2004. Lena Fisher is arrested and confesses to the murder of her husband, Andrew, suffocating…

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Marked for Life

Written by Emilie Schepp —  Nothing seems to ruffle Jana Berzelius, the cool and collected public prosecutor based in the Swedish municipality of Norrköping. With…

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