The Sick Rose - Erin Kelly

01 January 2001

I’ve always loved psychological thrillers that take us deep inside unstable minds, and Erin Kelly’s The Sick Rose delivers as the story of two damaged people who meet...

Gun Machine - Warren Ellis

01 January 2001

In Gun Machine, Warren Ellis melts a terrific high-concept idea onto the well-trodden serial-killer genre and sprinkles over it some of his quirky magic to produce a detective tale that...

The Last Policeman - Ben H. Winters

01 January 2001

Do you write police procedurals, and if so, where’s your copper’s precinct? Is it Bath, Manchester, Cricklewood? I only ask because in The Last Policeman, Ben Winters has...

Endeavour, ITV, Sunday

01 January 2001

The roaring success of the Endeavour pilot last January - more than eight million people watched it - made the commissioning of a full-blown series of the Morse prequel something...

Alex - Pierre Lemaitre

01 January 2001

If you’re looking for a novel that'll knock you off balance with a series of twisty-turns, you could do worse than read Pierre Lemaitre’s cunning thriller Alex.Alex...

The London Book Fair 2013

01 January 2001

Attention all aspiring crime-authors - it’s the London Book Fair till Wednesday.Look, Mark, you say, that's all very well, but this book doesn't get written by itself. I'm...

The Two O’Clock Boy

01 January 2001

TWO CHILDHOOD FRIENDS... ONE BECAME A DETECTIVE... ONE BECAME A KILLER...One night changed their livesThirty years ago, the Longacre Children's Home stood on a London street where once-grand Victorian...