Daniel Silva talks about his latest novel “The English Spy”

If you are a fan of spy novels which are easy to read and are oriented towards mass market, you have definitely come across Daniel Silva. His latest book The English Spy which is the 15th installment in his Gabriel Allon series is now out and we thought it would be appropriate to feature a video

Scandinavian Crime Fiction in the words of Camilla Läckberg

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Jean Edith Camilla Läckberg Eriksson (August 30, 1974) or as many know her by her shorter name Camilla Läckberg, is a Swedish crime writer whose work is familiar to many fans of crime fiction and Scandinavian Noir in particular. Alongside her successes in Sweden, readers in an increasing number of countries around the world are discovering her

Video: Crime Novelist Joel Goldman Puts Kansas City Landmarks Into His Novels

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A former attorney turned crime writer, Joel Goldman puts Kansas City landmarks and locations, and pieces of himself, into the novels he writes. Most notably, his former FBI Agent Jack Davis, a protagonist who also shares a movement disorder with which Joel was stricken. You can check out this nice video from him where he

Bestselling author Lee Child answers fan questions

Have you checked Lee Child’s Youtube account? We did couple of days ago and came across a very interesting Q&A in which the New York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher series answers fan question on his writing, the Jack Reacher character, the setting of his novels, and his latest book Never Go Back.

“What I’ve Learned”: Tips from James Patterson

It is no surprise that in 2010, The New York Times Magazine featured James Patterson on its cover and hailed him as having “transformed book publishing,” and that Time magazine hailed him as “The Man Who Can’t Miss.”…many might not like the writing methods or the fact that he has established a mystery/thriller production factory

Interview with Crime and thriller novelist Peter James in South Africa

Peter James, one of the United Kingdom’s treasured crime and thriller novelists, recently had an interview with South African television while promoting his latest novel. We came across the piece and found it quite interesting: Peter James has written novels such as Dead Like You, Dead Man’s Grip and Not Dead Yet, which went straight

Ian Rankin on Crime Novels

Ian Rankin (born 28 April 1960) is a Scottish crime writer, best known for his Inspector Rebus novels. He initially did not set out to be a crime writer. He thought his first novels Knots and Crosses and Hide and Seek were mainstream books, more in keeping with the Scottish traditions of Robert Louis Stevenson

Lisa Black Discusses Trail Of Blood

If you like forensic-driven crime fictions, you have probably heard the name of Lisa Black. In this video she talks about her novel Trail of Blood featuring forensic scientist Theresa MacLean which is now a popular character among the fans of her books.   A Brief Summary: Seventy-five years ago, a madman nicknamed the Torso

Peter Doyle Give Nice Tips On Writing Crime Fiction

Dr. Peter Doyle, BA, Phd (born 1951) is a doctor of Media and Mass Communications as well as a notable Australian crime novelist. Apart from his career as novelist, he also works for Macquarie University where he teaches Print Media Production. In this wonderful video, he shares some great tips for the people who want

Denise Mina Talks About A Typical Day Of Work

Denise Mina (born 1966) is a Scottish crime writer and playwright. She has written the Garnethill trilogy and another three novels featuring the character Patricia "Paddy" Meehan, a Glasgow journalist. She has also dabbled in comic book writing, having recently written 13 issues of Hellblazer. We recently reviewed Still Midnight by this author here. In this