CIS: All about Bloomsbury Reader

Crime Fiction Lover is very pleased to bring you Classics in September – a month of good old crime books – with the support of…

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CIS: My classics by Cathy Ace

Not only is Cathy Ace the author of the wonderful Cait Morgan Mystery series, but she’s also the Vice President of the Crime Writers of…

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CIS: The Quiller Memorandum revisited

In 1965, writing under the pseudonym of Adam Hall, Elleston Trevor published a thriller which, like Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale before it, was to herald a…

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CIS: The best of Ngaio Marsh

It might be because her name looks hard to pronounce – Ngaio is said nai-0h, though the Marsh part is easy enough. Or perhaps it’s…

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First look: The Rebus short stories

Readers can’t get enough of Edinburgh’s irascible detective, and on 9 October you’ll be able to get you hands on a new Rebus book. Author…

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CIS: My classics by TJ Cooke

TJ Cooke’s Defending Elton was the legal thriller that proved to be so much more than just a legal thriller. Not only is the main…

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CIS: Rogue Male revisited

Geoffrey Household’s most famous novel is a period piece that exerts such a powerful grip on the contemporary reader it may well be the best…

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CIS: The perfect Poirot primer

Name three famous Belgians… A tough ask, I know, and one that may tax your little grey cells. Wait! There’s a clue! And as a…

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CIS: The Judge and His Hangman revisited

Swiss writer Friedrich Dürrenmatt is one of the most highly regarded 20th century dramatists of the German-speaking world. Early on in his career, however, he…

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WIN The White Cottage Mystery

Every Thursday during Classics in September, we’re offering you the chance to win a classic crime novel by Bloomsbury Reader. Head to our Facebook page…

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