Mix a drink, it’s party time

On the Radar — Yes, there’s good weather at last in the UK and so we’ll start this week’s new books pile with something light-hearted, bubbly…

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It’s a matter of honour

On the Radar — Social relevance is one of the number one topics discussed by authors at crime fiction festivals these days, particularly with all the…

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Throwback Thursday

On the Radar — Throwback Thursday is a popular theme on the internet, often involving people posting images of themselves from years ago with outdated…

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Since We Fell, and more…

On the Radar — What more could you want than 11 new crime books landing in the next couple of weeks, including ones by big-name…

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Lost and found?

On the Radar — You’ve come to the right place if you’re searching for a new crime book to read. This week, our new releases…

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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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Will it make a splash?

On the Radar — Another one of our most wanted books of 2017 arrives this week and what we’re wondering is just how much of…

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The Thirst finally sated

On the Radar — Let’s not beat around the bush, here. The Thirst by Jo Nesbo could just be the biggest Scandinavian novel of the year,…

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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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Dark, deadly tartan tales a-woven

On the Radar — This week’s On the Radar column begins with three deadly tales from the tomes of Tartan noir, as a trio of Scottish authors…

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Have faith, get Faithless

On the Radar — Every Thursday, without fail, our team brings you new crime books to consider and this week we’ve got a fine set…

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Love the Dutch

On the Radar — There are a lot of great crime books coming out in the next couple of weeks, but we think the pick…

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