Crime News: CrimeFest Bristol Giveaway

12 May 2016

CrimeFest kicks off next week in Bristol, but this Saturday the city's libraries will be giving away tons of free - yes, free - crime novels, including some by old...

The Intel: Michael Kurland

10 May 2016

You're way too young to remember the Thirties -- I mean, look how young and vibrant you are -- but you probably know it was a hell of a time...

Guest Post: Catherine Ryan Howard

06 May 2016

Catherine Ryan Howard's nautical thriller Distress Signals, which came out yesterday, has been picking up all kinds of fabulous reviews. It's about Adam Dunne's investigation into the disappearance of...

The Intel: Chet Williamson

03 May 2016

You may have heard of a novel called Psycho. Some fellow made a movie of Robert Bloch's novel which, arguably, changed the course of movies and horror fiction ...

The Intel: Peter Lovesey

28 April 2016

Peter Lovesey is crime fiction royalty. The author of nearly forty novels - featuring Sergeant Cribb, Peter Diamond and Hen Mallin, among others - he's been nominated for nearly every...

Guest Post: Paddy Magrane

25 April 2016

Sam Keddie is back. The therapist hero of Paddy Magrane's novel Disorder returns in its high-octane sequel, Denial, which is once again a startling blend of psychological and...

World Exclusive: the Deep Down Dead Cover Revealed!

20 April 2016

Now this is something special.You know Steph Broadribb, she's the genius behind one of the biggest crime blogs in the business, Crime Thriller Girl.Now the crime fiction world...

Guest Post: J.S. Law

18 April 2016

So J.S. Law's heart-pounding submariner thriller Tenacity has been, heh, making all sorts of waves, picking up acclaim from reviewers and some of the biggest names in the crime...

The Intel: Lisa Lutz

11 April 2016

You know Lisa Lutz - she's the bestselling author of The Spellman books, about a family of private investigators. But Lisa's latest novel The Passenger is a different beast...