The Dead Assassin

Written by Vaughn Entwistle — It may be 15 months since Titan Books published The Revenant of Thraxton Hall, the first of the paranormal casebooks of…

Two Bronze Pennies

Written by Chris Nickson — We first met Inspector Tom Harper in Gods of Gold. Now he returns, newly married, but still trying to keep…

Interview: Oscar de Muriel

A few weeks ago we showed you the cover of a debut novel called The Strings of Murder here on Crime Fiction Lover. But on…

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First look: The Strings of Murder

Penguin’s designers have done it again. This copy of The Strings of Murder buy Oscar de Muriel landed on our doorstep today and you can’t…

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A Thief in the Night

Written by Stephen Wade — Or to give it its full title, A Thief in the Night And Other Adventures of the Septimus Society. By…

Gods of Gold

Written by Chris Nickson — In the Yorkshire city of Leeds, there is a massive gulf between the rich and the poor. It is 1890,…

Who Thinks Evil

Written by Michael Kurland — Kurland’s Professor Moriarty series began in 1979 with The Infernal Device. It was an Edgar Award finalist and was also…

Mr Bazalgette’s Agent

Written by Leonard Merrick — The British Library’s dedication to publishing new editions of lost and forgotten crime fiction is an affirmation of the genre’s…

CIS: The House of Silk

Written by Anthony Horowitz – Taking up where that crime fiction genius Arthur Conan Doyle left off, Anthony Horowitz sets his Holmes novel, out now…

Derby Day

Written by DJ Taylor — David Taylor is the Norwich-based author of several award-winning autobographies, as well as two quirky and highly original crime novels…

Interview: DE Meredith

When DE Meredith wrote her first novel, Devoured, she offered it to various UK publishers. Set in Victorian London, it introduced us to the earliest…

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