NTN: Phil Lecomber interviewed

“The dramatic finale is magnificently melodramatic, and ends the book – an excellent debut – in fine style.” That was our verdict when we recently…

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NTN: An introduction to 280 Steps

The tagline for indie publisher 280 Steps says it all: We Do Crime Fiction. With a slogan like that, they’re a perfect partner for us…

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Welcome to New Talent November 2014

There’s nothing like discovering a new voice on the crime fiction scene, is there? That’s why each November, our team aims to bring  you some…

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Interview: Steven Saylor

Steven Saylor is the author of the highly successful Roma Sub Rosa series of historical fiction novels set in Republican Rome at the time of…

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Interview: Chris Ewan

Halloween is almost upon us and if you’re looking for a bleak and suspenseful crime fiction treat, Dark Tides is one that doesn’t miss a…

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First look: Moriarty by Horowitz

Just the other day we posted a feature looking at the best Sherlock Holmes books that weren’t written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It’s almost…

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CIS: My classics by Arne Dahl

When Swedish literary author Jan Arnald writes crime fiction, he uses the name Arne Dahl. His books about Stockholm’s Intercrime Squad – such as The…

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CIS: Books to Die For

Whether it’s Golden Age giants or great lost novels, there’s always another crime classic waiting to be discovered. If Classics in September has opened your…

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