Great Serial Killer Debut: Dead Gone By Luca Veste

As a former editor of the Spinetingler Award-nominated anthology Off the Record, Luca Veste knows a lot about writing. This experience shows itself in his great new serial killer debut mystery Dead Gone. This amazing novel has a gripping plot and an unpredictable story-line  which is impossible to put down. A Brief Summary:  Detectives David…

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Notable Police Procedural: Lost and Gone Forever By Alex Grecian

Alex Grecian is the national bestselling author of the ‘Scotland Yard Murder Squad’ novels, including The Yard, The Devil’s Workshop and The Harvest Man. He also co-created the long-running and critically acclaimed graphic novel series Proof, which NPR named one of the best books of 2009. The latest installment in Grecian’s Murder Squad novels Lost and…

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“A Medal For Murder” By Frances Brody

Frances Brody is a pseudonym for Frances McNeil, scriptwriter, playwright, author of four novels and winner of the Elizabeth Elgin Award for best new saga of the millennium. Her stage plays have been toured by several theater companies with Jehad nominated for a Time Out Award. A Medal for Murder is one of her latest…

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“Hand For A Hand” By T. Frank Muir

It’s time for an exciting modern British police procedural; and what we picked for you will not disappoint you: Born in Glasgow, and now a dual US/UK citizen, Frank Muir makes his home in the outskirts of Glasgow, Scotland, from where he visits St. Andrews regularly to research in the town’s many pubs and restaurants.…

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A Must-Read: “The Dark Winter” By David Mark

Once in a while, we get some surprising work of fiction from less-known authors…reading amazing crime fictions from someone who we have just discovered is always joyful and today we are going to introduce you to one: David Mark has been a journalist in England for fifteen years and has covered the British crime scene…

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Review: The Janus Stone By Elly Griffiths

Elly Griffiths, author of The Janus Stone, is the British writer of Ruth Galloway books, a unique series with a character very different from other crime fictions: She is a forensic archeologist. Elly’s interest in archaeology comes from her husband, Andrew, who gave up his city job to retrain as an archaeologist. She lives in…

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M. R. Hall talks about The Disappeared

Matthew Hall (better known as M.R. Hall)  is one the notable British novelists in the crime genre. Previously a lawyer, his books are carefully plotted and are amazingly factual. He is one of those authors who spend more than a year in writing a book and even more time doing research for a book. He has…

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