The Intel: Wendy Walker

19 July 2016

Crime novelists have long been fascinated by memory and amnesia, and in recent years gripping psychological thrillers in which heroes and heroines struggle to remember terrible crimes...

The Intel: Laura Lam

11 July 2016

Organised crime, a sinister cult, psychoactive drugs, shared dreaming. Ingredients guaranteed to give any rollercoaster futuristic thriller an extra kick.In her first mind bending thriller for adults, Laura...

Guest Post: Siobhan MacDonald

04 July 2016

Some of the best crime fiction is about what happens when you step out of your door and into another person's space, into their personal domain. Because, as we...

The Intel: John Sweeney

01 July 2016

So you know John Sweeney. He's the award-winning investigative reporter guy on the telly. He's seen a lot of stuff, been to a lot of dangerous places. John’s...

The Two O'Clock Boy is coming…

25 June 2016

If there's one thing we've learned this week, ladies and gentlemen, it's that change is inevitable.Thing is, Crime Thriller Fella has got a few more things up his...

The Intel: Stephen Booth

20 June 2016

A sense of place is as important in crime novels as the characters, and the extraordinary landscape of the Peak District permeates every sentence of Stephen Booth's...

The Intel: Susanna Gregory

08 June 2016

Susanna Gregory fans are in heaven right now. Last week saw the publication of two Matthew Bartholomew novels. A Grave Concern was published in hardback and A Poisonous Plot in...

The Intel: CJ Lyons

18 May 2016

CJ Lyons is the bestselling author of seven Lucy Guardino thrillers, and the latest, Last Light, sees her heroine leaving the FBI to join the Beacon Group, a firm...

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...