A Notable Danish Crime Novel: The Scarred Woman By Jussi Adler-Olsen

In general, we are huge fans of authors such as Jussi Adler-Olsen or novels like The Scarred Woman. This is because there’s something perennially appealing about crime novels coming out of Scandinavia. Readers quickly notice their grit and sharp social commentary and above all, their pure entertainment value has captured the attention of many mystery…

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Life Without Pain: Stephanie Gayle Reflects On Her New Novel

Note: In the following piece by Stephanie Gayle, the author reflects on her inspirations for Idyll Fears, the newest book in the Thomas Lynch mystery series (out September 5th).  What inspired the latest book, Idyll Fears? A boy who can’t feel pain. That’s what I took away from a newspaper article I read over twenty…

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These Top 10 Supernatural Thrillers Are Trending In The Market Now

If you are into great supernatural thrillers, the good news is that this summer and fall releases include some great reads in this category. Among the notable and bestselling new titles, The Child Finder is a haunting, richly atmospheric, and deeply suspenseful novel by Rene Denfeld, the acclaimed author of The Enchanted, about an investigator who must…

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Must Read Norwegian Crime Fiction: Ordeal By Jorn Lier Horst

One of the most exciting Scandinavian crime fictions we have read in 2017 is the newly translated novel by Jorn Lier Horst which is titled Ordeal. Horst who is an award-winning Norwegian thriller writer and former Senior Investigating Officer for the Norwegian police force, has developed an excellent story-line with a superb lead character named Inspector…

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Author Conversations: Charlie Raven and Rohase Piercy Talk Mystery

The conversation between Charlie Raven and Rohase Piercy is part of a series of discussions by mystery and thriller writers on Mystery Tribune where they discuss their work, inspirations and state of mystery literature in general. The following is a conversation between Charlie (Jayne) Raven of Publishing Push and author Rohase Piercy.  Charlie Raven: So, Rohase, you…

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4 Iconic Movie Villains Mystery Fans Love

Some of cinema’s most iconic films have been murder mysteries and these movie can never completely capture the minds of audience without credible movie villains. Which movie villain is our favorite in the classic films out there? Well, we have 4! – Caution: his article contains movie spoilers. Cage Death – Silence of Lambs (1991) While…

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Minotaur Books Releases New Louise Penny Mystery and Other Noteworthy Fall Titles

Minotaur Books prepares for the fall with a new collection of cozy, police procedural, and general mystery including the new title by Louise Penny. Best-selling author Louise Penny comes back with the much anticipated title Glass Houses, the 13th book in her Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series, out August 29. When a mysterious figure appears in Three…

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Christina Dodd and Impressive “The Woman Who Couldn’t Scream”

New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd has a new suspense novel out titled The Woman Who Couldn’t Scream – set in Virtue Falls, Washington – which is a great mix of murder, mystery and passion. This is a title which will be particularly appealing for readers looking for novels with female lead characters and here…

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Séance Infernale Is An Impressive Debut Thriller By Jonathan Skariton

If you are a fan of Caleb Carr or Dan Brown, get ready for an exciting new voice named Jonathan Skariton who debut thriller Séance Infernale is as exciting as the novels of Brown or Carr. This novel is a fast-paced story of mystery, murder, and movies and starts in 2002 in the world of film.…

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John le Carré New Novel A Legacy of Spies Coming Up In September

If you are into spy novels, you will be delighted to know that Viking Books is publishing the new novel by John le Carré: A Legacy of Spies on September 5, 2017. This is the first novel in over twenty-five years to feature George Smiley, le Carré’s most beloved character. Peter Guillam, staunch colleague and disciple of…

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Jack Getze: My Reflections On The Protagonist

Note: Former Los Angeles Times reporter Jack Getze has published news stories in over five-hundred newspapers and periodicals worldwide. On the fiction front, his screwball mysteries, Big Numbers and Big Money, were first published by Hilliard Harris in 2007 and 2008. Those, along with Big Mojo, have also been published by Down & Out Books in…

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