NTN: The five best debuts of 2015

New Talent November has had its highlights for sure. We met the women authors to watch for in 2016, and some of America’s hottest new crime…

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NTN: Penance

Written by Theresa Talbot — The Magdalene Laundries and the abuses they concealed left deep psychological and physical scars on their victims not just in Ireland but…

NTN: The Dark Inside

Written by Rod Reynolds — The debut novel from Rod Reynolds arrives with a curious comparison: ‘for fans of True Detective’ has been added on the…

NTN: Ten to Taste 2015, part 2

We’re delighted to present ten more novels which, we think, are well worth the attention of our world wide readership, despite none of the authors…

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NTN: Bedlam

Written by BA Morton — BA Morton’s second novel published by Caffeine Nights is a crime and horror hybrid focusing on a battered detective, reeling…

NTN: Erik Axl Sund interviewed

Crime fiction readers and publishers alike continue to ride the popular wave of Nordic noir, ever scanning the horizon for the next Stieg Larsson. Newcomers…

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NTN: Helen Forbes interviewed

Glasgow and Edinburgh are well covered when it comes to crime stories – with Denise Mina and Ian Rankin leading the way respectively. But other…

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NTN: Tim Baker interviewed

Tim Baker’s debut novel, Fever City, is due to be published by Faber & Faber in January 2016 but it’s already generating quite a buzz.…

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NTN: Six women to watch in 2016

It’s been a good couple of years for female debut writers in crime fiction. Eva Dolan, Sarah Hilary and Kati Hiekkapelto have impressed critics with…

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NTN: LM Bush interviewed

Lisa Bush’s debut novel, Hanging Tough, is about to be published by new imprint Britain’s Next Bestseller (BNBS), a company with an avowed mission is to shake…

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NTN: Deceits of Borneo

Written by HN Wake — This is the second full-length thriller by HN Wake and a repeat outing for her gutsy character, CIA agent Mac Ambrose.…

NTN: Great reads from Bloodhound Books

UK-based indie publisher Bloodhound Books has been making waves in recent months. Focusing on what it calls ‘formidable fiction’ the company’s books spans across the…

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NTN: Cracked

Written by Barbra Leslie — Barbra Leslie’s debut is being marketed as belonging to the new trend in crime fiction of strong, fearless anti-heroines like those seen…