Tag Archives: crime fiction

A Stab In The Dark Podcast

I’ve been listening to “A Stab In The Dark” podcast over the last few days. Featuring all things associated with crime books, and tv, here’s a link to the webpage, although you can download via iTunes or whichever podcast player … Continue reading

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2014 Review and a Look Ahead

I don’t tend to do review of the year posts each year, sometimes I’ll take a theme and just cover that, other times I won’t bother at all. The latter is more often the norm. 2014 however has been a … Continue reading

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Book Review – The House of Dolls by David Hewson

It’s not often that I can stay up late reading a book, my body / mind can’t cope and I fall asleep, however over the last week I’ve been staying up, turning the pages of David Hewson‘s new book. The House … Continue reading

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Book Review: Smoking on Mount Rushmore by Ed Lynskey

This is a cracking little short story collection by Ed Lynskey, who’s probably better known for his Frank Johnson PI series and other novels such as “Lake Charles”. It contains 16 stories, some new and some that have been published … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Prophet by Ethan Cross

Synopsis:  OLD ENEMIES… Francis Ackerman Jr. is one of America’s most prolific serial killers. Having kept a low profile for the past year, he is ready to return to work – and he’s more brutal, cunning, and dangerous than ever. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Jen Estes; Author of Curveball

Jen Estes is my guest on the blog today, I recently reviewed her new book, “Curveball”, a story of baseball set on a tropical island. I asked Jen Baseball and the colour of a tropical paradise; what prompted you to … Continue reading

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Author Guest Post: John Worsley Simpson

I sent the following prompt to author John Worsley Simpson as part of his virtual tour with Partners In Crime Tours: Is crime fiction keeping pace with crime, or are criminals learning a few tricks from crime writers? Here’s what … Continue reading

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