The Intel: Philip Kerr

01 January 2001

We liked Philip Kerr’s new thriller Research - we liked it a lot. You can reacquaint yourself with that particular review right here. A…

Disorder - Paddy Magrane

01 January 2001

Disorder by Paddy Magrane is the first of a new series of novels to feature damaged psychotherapist Sam Keddie. It’s a rollicking conspiracy…

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…

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…

TV & Radio Crime Log: Driver, Julie

01 January 2001

Just the one new drama for you to get stuck into, telly-wise. The Driver stars David Morrissey as a bloke who accepts a job offer from a local…

The Intel: Mason Cross Reloaded

01 January 2001

Crime Thriller Fella is taking a much-needed summer break. But, chin up - we’re going to meet up again right here sooner than you could possibly…

The Intel: Barbara Nadel Reloaded

01 January 2001

Crime Thriller Fella is taking a much-needed summer break. But don’t get down - we’re going to meet up again right here very soon. However, do…

The Intel: Shari Low

01 January 2001

So you’re probably hard at work thinking about what books to pack when you go on holiday. You’re thinking, glamour! You’re thinking, gossip!…

Confessions - Kinae Minato

01 January 2001

Confessions is has been something of a phenomenon in Japan. It’s sold millions and has been adapted into a very successful film. It’s a short…

The Intel: James Swallow

01 January 2001

This week’s Intel Interview is absolutely fascinating for anyone interested in the life of a commissioned writer. James Swallow is an author and…

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