The Final Silence

Written by Stuart Neville — DI Jack Lennon is in a world of trouble. He is half crippled by slow-healing bullet wounds, incurred while engaged…

OxCrimes

Edited by Mark Ellingham and Peter Florence — If you’ve been a regular visitor to Crime Fiction Lover, you’ll have noticed our exclusive extracts from…

OxCrimes 2: Martyn Waites

Exclusive extracts from OxCrimes – On 15 May, Profile Books will be releasing OxCrimes, a special anthology that includes 27 short stories by some of…

Events: an Autumn of crime

If you missed the annual summer pilgrimage to Harrogate for the Theakstons Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival, fear not. Autumn has a bumper crop of…

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Interview: Stuart Neville

Today sees the release of Stuart Neville’s fourth book, Ratlines. Just as James Ellroy picked at the scab of America’s political upheavals in the 1960s…

Ratlines

Written by Stuart Neville — It is 1963, and in a few weeks John F Kennedy, the young, charismatic president of America will arrive in Dublin…

Top 10: Your favourite crime books

It’s always interesting to see which books are doing well in the charts. Amazon has its charts and the publishing industry has regular sales updates.…

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Stolen Souls

Stolen Souls sees Neville putting the politics aside to move into classic crime fiction territory. Like tens of thousands of young women before her Gayla…

Stolen Souls

Written by Stuart Neville — I have to admit to being a little in awe of Stuart Neville. His 2009 debut The Twelve, a nuanced…

The crimes they are a-changin’

Jacques Filippi reports on Bouchercon 2011 — In crime fiction, the hero who saves everyone has dominated the genre for a long time. That hero…

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