Anglesey Blue

Written by Dylan H Jones — Anglesey in North Wales may sound like an idyllic destination, but make no mistake. Anglesey Blue is not a cosy…

The Dead House

Written by Harry Bingham — The body of a young woman is found in the annexe of a tiny church in the sleepy hamlet of Ystradfflur,…

The Primrose Path

Written by Rebecca Griffiths — It’s a well worn plot device, much beloved of those old-fashioned Western movies I recall from my childhood. The stranger…

Writing a believable 1940s setting

During New Talent November, we reviewed Gwen Parrott’s wonderful debut novel Dead White. It’s an interesting book for several reasons. Firstly, it was originally written in…

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NTN: Dead White

Written by Gwen Parrott — There is a thriving interest in crime fiction translated from Swedish, Danish, Nowegian and Icelandic too. From the French and…

Hidden

The author herself has a PhD in psychology, so expect maximum authenticity in this account of the disintegrating mental states of various residents of the…

The Hunt

Written by Tim Lebbon — Tim Lebbon is already established as a fantasy writer with over 30 books to his name, and The Hunt is his…

This Thing of Darkness

Written by Harry Bingham — You can soon tell that Fiona Griffiths isn’t just your average Detective Constable. Firstly, while examining a cold case file…

Hidden

Written by Emma Kavanagh — 2015 is looking like the year of the psychological thriller, with a string of new novels giving crime fiction lovers…

The Case of the Dotty Dowager

Written by Cathy Ace — Cathy Ace has made a name for herself with her cosy mysteries set in foodie-heaven locations like the South of France,…

NTN: Code Runner

Written by Rosie Claverton — Amy Lane is one of the more intriguing characters in British crime fiction. We are not entirely certain what she…

Binary Witness

Written by Rosie Claverton — In her debut crime novel, screenwriter and journalist Rosie Claverton brings us the story of Jason Carr, a young man…