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The Way of All Flesh: Who is Ambrose Parry?

Dying to be Different: Cara Hunter talks to Crime Time

Brian (Death Wish) Garfield Goes West

The Boy at the Door by Alex Dahl

What’s Your Poison Returns

Latest from The Murder Squad

CONAN DOYLE FOR THE DEFENSE: Margalit Fox talks to Crime Time

New from PS: Walking with Ghosts by Brian James Freeman

The Films of William Castle Murray Leeder, editor

Compulsory Games by Robert Aickman

The Louisiana Republic by Maxim Jakubowski

Estocada by Graham Hurley

To Die in Vienna: Kevin Wignall talks to Crime Time

Loch of the Dead: Oscar de Muriel talks to Crime Time

Baby Blue by Pol Koutsakis, translated by Anne-Marie Stanton-Ife

Firefly by Henry Porter

It’s a Noir World: Woody Haut in Retreats from Oblivion

The Killing Habit by Mark Billingham & The Old Religion by Martyn Waites

Loner: Hildur Sif Thorarensen talks to Crime Time

Oliver Twist & The Mystery of Throate Manor: David Stuart Davies talks to Crime Time

Guardian Thriller Roundup

Kiss Me Kill Me: JS Carol talks to Crime Time

The Rise of the Armchair Detective: Stephanie Marland talks to Crime Time

Ruth Morse on Historical, American & Brit Noir

Shotsmag’s Stotter Heads West

The Devil’s Dust: James Lovegrove talks to Crime Time

Winner of the 2018 Petrona Award announced at CrimeFest

Ngaio Marsh Award longlist revealed

Confessions of a squeamish thriller writer

The Killing Habit by Mark Billingham

Fault Lines: Doug Johnstone talks to Crime Time

The Old Religion: Martyn Waites talks to Crime Time

It Was Her: Mark Hill talks to Crime Time

TO THE MAX Maxim Jakubowksi on New Crime

Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall & Murder at the Grand Raj Palace by Vaseem Khan

PERSONAL INSECURITY: James Swallow

What You Want to See: Kristen Lepionka talks to Crime Time

LOUISIANA REPUBLIC: Maxim Jakubowski talks to Crime Time

Thriller Roundup

Don’t Make a Sound: David Jackson talks to Crime Time

Beast (Michael Pearce, director)

New Crime Blu-rays & DVDs

Star of the North: D.B. John talks to Crime Time

The Frozen Woman by Jon Michelet & Star of the North by D. B. John

The Sunday Times Crime Club: Barry Forshaw’s Top Five Historical Sleuths

Drugs To Forget: Martin Granger Talks to Crime Time

Crime Time Roundup

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski on New Crime

Double Take: Two Views of John Harvey’s Body and Soul

Greeks Bearing Gifts by Philip Kerr

Our Kind of Cruelty: Araminta Hall talks to Crime Time

Come and Find Me by Sarah Hilary

CrimeFest Awards 2018 shortlist announced

Walls of Silence: Ruth Wade talks to Crime Time

Snap by Belinda Bauer

Law & Order, the Americans, and the 40 million dollar question: G.F. Newman talks to Crime Time

The Lonely Witness by William Boyle

Friends and Traitors: John Lawton talks to Crime Time

Sunburn by Laura Lippman & The Darkness by Ragnar Jónasson

Town on Trial

The Red Hand of Fury: R. N. Morris talks to Crime Time

The Lost: Mari Hannah talks to Crime Time

Two Little Girls: Kate Medina Talks to Crime Time

GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK: Russell James talks to Crime Time

Consent by Leo Benedictus

My Beautiful Affair: Brad Parks talks to Crime Time

The Pathetic Predator – C.L. Taylor Talks to Crime Time

New Titles from PS Publishing

The Greek Wall by Nicolas Verdan

Classic Crime from the Folio Society

The Morse Code: Robert Crais & Other New Crime

Deadly Duo: Vicky Newham & Roz Watkins talk to Crime Time

TO THE MAX: NEW CRIME

The Longest Sentence: Sarah Hilary talks to Crime Time

Crime and Thriller shortlists for the The British Book Awards 2018 announced

TOWN ON TRIAL, John Guillermin, director/Powerhouse Indicator Blu-Ray

Writers of Crime and Spy Fiction Should Stand Up for What They Believe

Defectors by Joseph Kanon

Out of Thin Air: Anthony Adeane talks to Crime Time

Supernatural (& Other) Sherlocks: Nick Rennison talks to Crime Time

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton & Maigret Enjoys Himself by Georges Simenon

Thriller Roundup: Barry Forshaw in The Guardian

Dave Warner: Not Just a Suburban Boy

Partners in Crime for Derby

Foreign Bodies, Martin Edwards, editor

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski on New Crime

Bled Dry: Abdelilah Hamdouchi Talks to Crime Time

The Nightmare World of Crime: Elodie Harper Talks to Crime Time

Jackrabbit Smile by Joe R Lansdale

Strike: The Silkworm on DVD

Robert B Parker’s Cheap Shot by Ace Atkins

They Know Not What They Do by Jussi Valtonen

Be careful who you let in: Mel McGrath Talks to Crime Time

Savages: The Wedding by Sabri Louatah (trans. Gavin Bowd)

The Wanderer in Unknown Realms by John Connolly

Mick Herron’s London Rules and other New Crime

An Unquiet Ghost: Linda Stratmann talks to Crime Time

The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

The Feed: Nick Clark Windo Talks to Crime Time

Ruth Morse on Recent Crime

Holy Ceremony by Harri Nykänen (trans. Kristian London)

Give in to the Dark Side: The State of Current Crime & Thriller Fiction

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski on New Crime

The Child Finder By Rene Denfeld

A Kickass Woman in a Man’s World: Steph Broadribb talks to Crime Time

The Execution of Justice by Friedrich Dürrenmatt (translated by John E Woods)

The Night Market: Jonathan Moore talks to Crime Time

This is What Happened by Mick Herron

Crime Scenery: Tony White talks to Crime Time

Dancing Home: Paul Collis talks to Sean O’Leary

Force of Nature by Jane Harper, Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

New Blu-rays from Powerhouse/Indicator, Arrow, Sony, Eureka

The Wife: Alafair Burke talks to Crime Time

In Strangers’ Houses: Elizabeth Mundy talks to Crime Time

An Evening with Mick Herron

A Library in Florida: Glenn Cooper talks about Sign of the Cross

Savages: the wedding (The Saint-Etienne Quartet, 1) by Sabri Louatah

Bad Day for the Cut

This is How it Ends by Eva Dolan, Raven Books

Why Close to Home really is ‘close to home’: Cara Hunter talks to Crime Time

Guardian Thrillers: This Is How It Ends by Eva Dolan; Damned Serious Business by Gerald Seymour; Fear by Dirk Kurbjuweit; The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn; and If I Die Before I Wake by Emily Koch

She Holds the Weapon in the End: Katia Lief (AKA Karen Ellis) talks to Crime Time

Lionsgate presents Irish box-office hit MAZE

Lies We Tell

Making Crime Fiction Respectable: Nicholas Clee

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski’s December Choices

Verdict of Twelve by Raymond Postgate

Simenon, Nesbo & Varvello: crime reviewed by Ruth Morse

Undertow by Anthony J Quinn & The Vanishing Box by Elly Griffith

Best Crime of the Year for the Phil Williams Show

Up-to-date with The Murder Squad

Days of Smoke by Woody Haut

What Falls Between the Cracks: Robert Scragg talks to Crime Time

What I’m waiting for: Phoebe Locke

The Cover Up: Marnie Riches talks to Crime Time

When Time Runs Out by Elina Hirvonen, tr. from the Finnish by Hildi Hawkins, Bonnier Zaffre, Mantle

Dark Pines: Will Dean talks to Crime Time

New Blu-Rays & DVDs from Powerhouse, Sony, etc.

The Crime Time Best of the Year – 2017

Maxim Jakubowski’s Best of 2017 – And Beyond!

Ruth Morse on John Creasey and Michael Innes

Why I Wrote The Chalk Man

Days of Smoke: Woody Haut talks to Crime Time

Best Crime of 2017 in the Financial Times

Murder Under the Mistletoe.

How hard could it be? Antony Johnston talks to Crime Time

Crime Time Roundup

Major new Norwegian drama series: Jørn Lier Horst’s Wisting

Cold, Cold Heart: Christine Poulson talks to Crime Time

WHY WRITE ANOTHER ROCCO? Adrian Magson talks to Crime Time

Down for the Count by Martin Holmén, trans. Henning Koch

The Accident on the A35 by Graeme MacRae Burnet

Cold Christmas: Alastair Gunn talks to Crime Time

Pale Horse Riding: Chis Petit Talks to Crime Time

TO THE MAX New Crime fiction

The Girl in the Fog by Donato Carrisi, trans. Howard Curtis, Little, Brown: Abacus

Undertow: Anthony J. Quinn talks to Crime Time

TripFiction Goes Travelling

The Hanged Man: Simon Kernick Talks to Crime Time

Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson, The Darkest Day by Håkan Nesser

Andreas Pflüger, In the Dark & The Usual Santas: a Collection of Soho Crime Christmas Capers

Sweet William: Iain Maitland talks to Crime Time

Crime Time Roundup

FOUR FILM NOIR CLASSICS and other new Blu-Rays

Treason: James Jackson talks to Crime Time

THE SOLDIER’S CURSE: Meg Keneally Talks to Crime Time

Fresh blood on the ferns: new voices dominate Ngaio Marsh Awards

We’re All Conspiracy Theorists Now: Adam Hamdy talks to Crime Time

Crime Novels by Michael Innes

INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY SERIES 8 & SERIES 1-8 ON DVD

Two Kinds Of Truth by Michael Connelly

Crime Authors in Contention for CWA Daggers

Reissues: Nicolas Freeling & Nicholas Blake

To The Max: Maxim Jakubowski on Crime

New James Patterson app Ahead of Publication

The Four Horsemen by Gregory Dowling

Two Marc Behm Crime Classics from Arcadia

Highbridge by Phil Redmond

Joe Ide’s IQ wins the Anthony Award

Babylon Berlin: Volker Kutscher talks to Crime Time

Supernatural Sherlocks Nick Rennison, editor

Two from Titan

Louise Penny’s GLASS HOUSES from Scorpion Press

Blade Of The Immortal Takashi Miike, director

Fox Hunter: Zoë Sharp talks to Crime Time

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood from Second Sight

Getting Carter: Ted Lewis and the Birth of Brit Noir by Nick Triplow

American Gothic: Six Decades of Classic Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby

Ruth Morse on New Books and Reissues: Connelly et al

A LITANY OF GOOD INTENTIONS: Andrew Harris talks to Crime Time

Aiden Gillen for Noireland

The Blackbird Season: Kate Moretti talks to Crime Time

New James Patterson for November

TWO NEW BOOKS FROM A RISING MAN AUTHOR ABIR MUKHERJEE

Black Dahlia, Red Rose: Piu Eatwell talks to Crime Time

Slugfest by Reed Tucker

Road: John Sweeney Talks to Crime Time

New DVDs: Dicte, Sleepless, Valkyrien, Visiting Hours

Shoestring: The Complete Series on DVD

DARK TALES FROM THE EDGE OF THE EMPIRE: CRAIG SISTERSON ON NEW ZEALAND CRIME

Killer Women Scoop: Crime Writer to Reveal Secret Identity at “Killer Weekend”

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski on Crime Fiction

The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes & Damaged by Martina Cole

Thriller Roundup: Barry Forshaw in The Guardian

Ausma Zehanat Khan: Words & Music

LUKE MCCALLIN: WORDS & MUSIC

Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon: The Collected Reviews

GANGLAND LONDON FILM FESTIVAL

The Suspicious Death of a Minor

The Pitards by Georges Simenon (Trans by David Bellos)

Denise Mina wins the McIlvanney for The Long Drop

Noirwich Line-Up: The Writers speak to Crime Time

Human Face: Aline Templeton Talks to Crime Time

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me by Maura McHugh

A Patient Fury: Sarah Ward Talks to Crime Time

Cardinal First Season set for UK DVD Debut

Noireland is Born

Crime Time Roundup

ReFocus: The Films of Delmer Daves, Matthew Carter & Andrew Patrick Nelson, eds

No Exit Press author Howard Linskey in new Crime Writing Reality TV Series

No Exit Press’ new digital-only sister company VERVE BOOKS is looking for brilliant new crime, thriller and commercial fiction for their forthcoming list. Think you’ve got a book for them?

Val McDermid, Anthony Horowitz and Martina Cole for Noirwich

Second Killer Women Weekend

Where in the Dark: Karen Millie-James talks to Crime Time

Covering Pascal Garnier & Anthony Horowitz in the Financial Times

To the Max: Maxim Jakubowski on Crime Fiction

Chirovici, Cleeves, Lapena, Meyer and Nesbo shortlisted for 2017 Icepick Award

New French Crime: Fred Vargas and Pierre LeMaitre

Resurrection Bay: Emma Viskic talks to Crime Time

Death at the President’s Lodging by Michael Innes; The Incredible Crime by Lois Austen-Leigh

The Smack by Richard Lange

The Susan Effect by Peter Hoeg, trans. Martin Aitken

Guardian Thriller Roundup

The Freedom Broker: KJ Howe talks to Crime Time

Continental Crimes, The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books by Martin Edwards

Detective drama featuring Belgium’s most eccentric criminologist

Crime Time Roundup

CWA Daggers Shortlist Announced

ANNOUNCING THE KILLER WEEKEND

The Killer Novel

CRIME TIME AT THE MOVIES: FRENCH CONSPIRACY THRILLER SCRIBE

The Late Show by Michael Connelly

The Irregular: H.B. Lyle talks to Crime Time

Getting Carter by Nick Triplow

Coming in September: A. C. Koning’s Out of Shot

Dead Beautiful: New Parisian Crime TV Drama

If the Cops Don’t Get You, Bad Luck Will: Crime Fiction as a Conservative Genre

Mr Campion’s Abdication by Mike Ripley

New Crime Discs – Public Enemy, Stormy Monday, etc.

Deadly Dance – Hilary Bonner Talks to Crime Time

The Latest from the Murder Squad

Crime Time talks to Eric Brown, Michael Gregorio & Michael Jecks

Testimony by Scott Turow, Give Me the Child by Mel McGrath

A Thousand Cuts by Thomas Mogford

Down for the Count – Martin Holmen talks to Crime Time

The Pinocchio Brief – Abi Silver talks to Crime Time

Paperbacks from Hell by Grady Hendrix

From The Hound Of The Baskervilles To Strangers On A Train

The Story Of Classic Crime In 100 Books By Martin Edwards

Fever By Deon Meyer, Trans. K. L. Seegers

The Health Of Strangers – Lesley Kelly Talks To Crime Time

F.T. Summer Crime 2017

Dagger In The Library 2017 Winner Announced

The Late Show By Michael Connelly & The Upstairs Room By Kate Murray-Browne

The Labyrinth Of Death By James Lovegrove

A Picnic On Baker Street – James Lovegrove Talks To Crime Time

Subverting The Psychological Thriller – Mark Edwards Talks To Crime Time

Love Like Blood By Mark Billingham

Leigh Russell In Conversation At Crimefest 2017

The Hit – Nadia Dalbuono Talks To Crime Time

Desmond Bagley Thrillers – The Tightrope Men, The Snow Tiger, The Enemy, Flyaway

Bill Beverly In Conversation At Crimefest 2017

Camino Island By John Grisham

New Resource For Crime Writers – The Puppet Show

The Best Recent Thrillers

The Irregular by H.B. Lyle

Murder Squad Latest For June

Spotlight On A Murderer, The Legacy, Touchez Pas Au Grisbi

The Force by Don Winslow

Bad Blood By Brian Mcgilloway & Sympathy For The Devil By William Shaw

Three Drops Of Blood And A Cloud Of Cocaine By Quentin Mouron (trans W Donald Wilson)

Blackout By Marc Elsberg

Books By Tana French

The Second Day Of The Renaissance – Timothy Williams

The Shadow District By Arnaldur Indridason, Trans Victoria Cribb

The Contract – J. M. Gulvin Talks To Crime Time

Bad Blood – Brian Mcgilloway Talks To Crime Time

Since We Fell By Dennis Lehane

A Climate Of Fear By Fred Vargas

Crime Time Roundup

The Times On American Noir

He Said/she Said By Erin Kelly

The Road To Ithaca By Ben Pastor

The Bronte Guide To Handling Bad Reviews

Into The Water By Paula Hawkins

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang By Mike Ripley

Prague Nights (aka Wolf On A String) By Benjamin Black

Naked City S1 & 2, Dead Or Alive Trilogy, Follow The Money, Etc. Various Directors

Cascade By Peter Harper

The Question Every Author Dreads And Shouldn’t

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang By Mike Ripley

Based On A True Story By Delphine De Vigan & Mississippi Blood By Greg Iles

Criminal Meetings – Leonardo Padura And Simon Beckett

Crime Time Roundup

A Game Of Ghosts By John Connolly

Robert B. Parker’s Slow Burn By Ace Atkins

Fatal Music By Peter Morfoot

Modesty Blaise – Children Of Lucifer By Peter O’ Donnell & Enric Badia Romero

New Dvds & Blu-rays – The Team, Hell Drivers, Jack The Ripper

The Eyes Of My Mother (usa 2016) Written And Directed By Nicholas Pesce

Anno Dracula 1895 – Seven Days In Mayhem#1 By Kim Newman & Paul Mccaffrey

Adventures In Reissues – P. S. Art Books

5 Top Tips For Budding Writers

Retribution Road By Antonin Varenne, The Pictures By Guy Bolton

Robert B Parker’s The Devil Wins By Reed Farrel Coleman

Girls On Top – Sex In Crime Fiction

Cursed – Thomas Enger Talks To Crime Time

Writing Marnie Rome – Hooked, But Happy

The Will To Kill By Mickey Spillane And Max Allan Collins

Donna Leon – Earthly Remains; Dolores Redondo – The Legacy Of The Bones

The Little Gift By Stephen Volk

The Art Of Distraction

Apple Tree Yard, The Idealist & Other New Blu-rays

Spook Street By Mick Herron, The Intrusions By Stav Sherez

The One After 9 – 09 – Tony Broadbent Talks To Crime Time

The Art Of Reginald Heade By Stephen James Walker

Devour – L A Larkin Talks To Crime Time

The Witness For The Prosection, Modus, Don’t Breathe And Other New Blu-rays

Scandinavian Crime Fiction By Jakob Stougaard-Nielsen

Anne Holt – Johanne Vik/adam Stubø Series Modus

Case – Baldvin Z Interviewed – Trapped Director Speaks Exclusively About His New Series

Case – Composer Pétur Jónsson Interviewed

Case – Is This Taut Icelandic Drama Nordic Noir’s Next Big Hit?

Death Games By Chris Simms

Flesh On Bones – Chris Simms Talks To Crime Time

The Comic Book Film Adaptation By Liam Burke

The Ashes Of Berlin By Luke Mccallin & Painkiller By N. J. Fountain

The Vinyl Detective By Andrew Cartmel

The Crime Time Top 100 Books Of 2016 – Part Deux – #50 To #21

The Crime Time Top 100 Books Of 2016 – It doesn’t get any bigger than this! – 20 To Numero Uno

Finding Her By Charles Den Tex And Anneloes Timmerije (translated By Brian Du-breuil)

The Crime Time Top 100 Books Of 2016 – Day 1 – #100 To 51

Braquo, The Missing & Other New Crime Dvds

Athenian Blues By Pol Koutsakis

Top Crime Of 2016 in The Financial Times

The Bone Readers By Jacob Ross

The Wrong Side Of Goodbye By Michael Connelly

Beyond The Truth & What Dark Clouds Hide By Anne Holt (tr. Anne Bruce)

Death Going Down By Marìa Angélica Bosco & The Mystery Of The Three Orchids By Augusto De Angelis

Eric Ambler, A Literary Biography By Peter Lewis

Blu-Ray Crime From Soho To L. A.

Dangerous Games – Jock Serong Talks To Crime Time

Rise The Dark – Michael Koryta Talks To Crime Time

An Interview With Michael Connelly

The Two O’clock Boy By Mark Hill

A. L. Gaylin – What Remains Of Me

Maigret And The Tall Woman By Georges Simenon (trans. David Watson)

The New Extremism In Cinema – From France To Europe Tanya Horeck And Tina Kendall, Editors & Contemporary British Horror Cinema – Industry, Genre And Society By Johnny Walker

Peter O’ Donnell & Enric Badia Romero Modesty Blaise – The Murder Frame

Do Writers Listen To Their Readers? A. D. Garrett

The Harbour Master By Daniel Pembrey & The Beautiful Dead By Belinda Bauer

Motives For Murder

The Heart Tastes Bitter

The Ashes Of Berlin By Luke McCallin

Deep Down Dead By Steph Broadribb

Deep Water By Christine Poulson

Angels Of Music By Kim Newman

Italian Horror Cinema Stefanio Baschiera & Russ Hunter, Editors

Putting Women On The Frontline – Kate Medina

Out Of Bounds By Val Mcdermid

Two W. F. Morris Reissues

New Books By Louise Penny, Barry Maitland, Martin Suter, D. A. Mishani

Daggers Drawn – A Night Of Crime With Bill Beverly, Jax Miller, Nicholas Searle, Tim Baker & Maxim Jakubowski

The Outlaws & Poison Pen – New Crime Discs

Latest Crime Book Roundup

Bad In Bardino – Nick Sweet Talks To Crime Time

A Quiet Place By Seicho Matsumoto

Novels Or TV? M. J. Arlidge Talks To Crime Time

Vita Brevis By Ruth Downie, A Deadly Thaw By Sarah Ward

Standstill – J. A. Marley Talks to Crime Time

Richard Hughes’ Forbidden Worlds

The Devil’s Work – Mark Edwards Talks To Crime Time

The Difficulty of the Debut Novel – A New Thing?

An interview with Val McDermid by Daniel Pembrey

Present Tense – W. H. McIntyre Talks To Crime Time

Marked For Life – Emelie Schepp Talks To Crime Time

Thomas Mullen – Darktown; Peter Lovesey – Another One Goes Tonight; Gabi Kreslehner, Raven Sisters – Franza Oberwieser’s Second Case

The Rules Of Backyard Cricket By Jock Serong

New Blu-rays – Cry Of The City & The Border Various Directors

Then She Was Gone Luca Veste & The Constant Soldier William Ryan

After You Die By Eva Dolan

No Noir – Crime Fiction On The Arabian Peninsula

The Legend Of Hereward By Mike Ripley

Simenon’s Heir – Pascal Garnier

A Booker Winner? Graeme Macrae Burnet, His Bloody Project & Peter Lovesey, Down Among The Dead Men

Associates Of Sherlock Holmes George Mann, Editor

Leif G W Persson, The Dying Detective; Abir Mukherjee, A Rising Man Harvill Secker; Hendrik Falkenberg, Time Heals No Wounds

What – No Count Fosco? Rod Reynolds’ Top Five Favourite Villains In Crime Fiction

Small Faces – Jerry Raine Redux

An Unreliable Guide To London

Crime Time Goes To The Movies – The Intent

Where Roses Never Die By Gunnar Staalesen, Trans. Don Bartlett

The Rules Of Wolfe By James Carlos Blake

A Quiet Life By Natasha Walter

New DVds And Blu-Rays From Arrow, Eureka And Network

Willnot By James Sallis

The Secret Arts – Azma Dar Talks To Crimetime

Right Idea, Wrong Time – Writing And When I Die

The Heirs Of Owain Glyndwr – Peter Murphy Talks To Crime Time

Why I Stopped Writing Crime Fiction. I Think.

Murphy Said – William Ryan Exclusive

Streets Of Darkness By A. A. Dhand / News From Berlin By Otto De Kat

The Long Fall – Julia Crouch Talks To Crime Time

Massimo Carlotto Recommends The Best Italian Crime Fiction

Of All The Bloody Cheek By Frank Mcauliffe

The Kept Woman By Karin Slaughter; Guilty Minds By Joseph Finder

Crime Conundrums – S. J. I. Holliday Talks To Crime Time

Exposure – Ava Marsh Talks To Crime Time

Sergeant Cluff – Martin Edwards On A Welcome Reissue Series

Summer Crime In The Financial Times

Britcrime Festival – J. M. Hewitt Talks To Crime Time

A Hero In France Alan Furst

The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes – The Ripper Legacy David Stuart Davies

Willnot – James Sallis

The Killing Files – Nikki Owen Talks To Crime Time

Crime Fiction Roundup

Auntie Poldi And The Sicilian Lions Mario Giordano (translated By John Brownjohn)

The Man Who Wasn’t There (Fjallgraven) Michael Hjorth & Hans Rosenfeldt

I Read, Therefore I Am – B K Duncan Talks To Crime Time

American Noir And The Outlaw Lit Of James Sallis

The History Of Blood – Paul Mendelson Talks To Crime Time

Plotting Is All – S. K. Tremayne Talks To Crime Time

Moskva Jack Grimwood & Behind Dead Eyes Howard Linskey

The Accidental Crime Writer – Hilary Spiers Talks To Crime Time

A Rising Man – Abir Mukherjee Talks To Crime Time

The Past Is A Foreign Country – Howard Linskey Talks To Crime Time

New DVDs & Blu-rays From BFI, Arrow, Eureka, Screenbound

Crisis – Frank Gardner Talks To Crime Time

Babylon Berlin – Volker Kutscher Talks To Crime Time

My Husband’s Wife – Jane Corry Talks To Crime Time

Woman Of The Dead – Bernhard Aichner Talks To Crime Time

Clinch – Martin Holmén Talks To Crime Time

Trish Redux

Blood Torment – T. F. Muir Talks To Crime Time

Little Sister – David Hewson Talks To Crime Time

New Mark Billingham Standalone

Long Time Lost Chris Ewan

Even The Dead Benjamin Black

Follow The Money And Other New Crime Blu-rays

Death Zones – Simon Pasternak Talks To Crime Time

An Evening With The Mexican Novelist Elmer Mendoza

The Loving Husband Christobel Kent; The Ashes Of London Andrew Taylor

Breaking Dead – Corrie Jackson Talks To Crime Time

D. W. Bradbridge On The Daniel Cheswis Series

Marcel Berlins In The Times On Brit Noir By Barry Forshaw

Into Everywhere Paul Mcauley

I Heard The Mermaids Singing – David Coubrough Talks To Crime Time

Death Walks Twice, Trapped, Occupied & Other Crime Dvds And Blu-rays

Crime Time Roundup – Crime From Yorkshire To Kabul

Hard Cold Winter – Glen Erik Hamilton Talks To Crime Time

Nowhere Girl Ruth Dugdall

Sarah Ward Reviews Brit Noir In Crimepieces

Blood City – Douglas Skelton Talks To Crime Time

In Her Wake Amanda Jennings

A Fine Line Gianrico Carofiglio

Publication Day For Brit Noir

A Dying Breed – Peter Hanington Talks To Crime Time

Apache Country Frederick H. Christian

Pedigree Georges Simenon (trans By Robert Baldick)

Edgar Allan Poe And The London Monster – Karen Lee Street Talks To Crime Time

Fire Damage – Kate Medina On A Change Of Direction

Crime Fiction In German – Der Krimi Katharina Hall

Dodgers – Bill Beverly Talks To Crime Time

She Died Young Elizabeth Wilson, The Accidental Agent Andrew Rosenheim

Sinister Houses – Jorn Lier Horst Talks Book Jackets

In The Cold Dark Ground Stuart Macbride

Found In The Street, A Game For The Living, A Dog’s Ransom. etc. Patricia Highsmith

After You Die by Eva Dolan, The Woman Who Ran By Sam Baker

Without Trace Simon Booker

The Narrow Bed Sophie Hannah; Palace Of Treason Jason Matthews

Irene Pierre Lemaitre (translated By Frank Wynne)

A Midsummer’s Equation Keigo Higashino

British Crime, Italian Mayhem – New From Network, Screenbound,etc.

Beloved Poison E S Thomson Talks To Crime Time

Journey To Death – Leigh Russell Talks To Crime Time

A Siege Of Bitterns – Steve Burrows Talks To Crime Time

Murder Never Knocks Mickey Spillane And Max Allan Collins

War, what war?

Shot Through The Heart – Isabelle Grey Talks To Crime Time

Crime & Thriller Roundup

Kill Me Again – Rachel Abbott Talks To Crime Time

Peeking From Behind The Curtain – New Tendencies In Contemporary Serbian Crime Fiction

Changing The Odds – Jeff Dowson Talks To Crime Time

Mark Timlin’s February Book Reviews

Missing, Presumed – Susie Steiner Talks To Crime Time

The Ex – Alafair Burke Talks To Crime Time

Hitchcock & Christie On Tv, Plus Italian Crime

Without Trace – Simon Booker Talks To Crime Time

The Insect Farm Stuart Prebble

New Men V. Mavericks – Eva Dolan Talks To Crime Time

Forbidden Worlds Vol. 10 Richard Hughes, Editor

Manchette’s Fatale~ Cabanes & Headline; Ripper Jax ~O’Donnell & Romero

Maigret And Me – John Banville Aka Benjamin Black Talks To Crime Time

The Cruelty Of Morning – Hilary Bonner Talks To Crime Time

Unknown Unknowns – L C Tyler Talks To Crime Time

Sleeping Dogs Thomas Mogford

The Bridge Season 3, Director, Henrik Georgsson

The Truth About The Joel Dicker Affair

Midnight Sun By Jo Nesbo, Translated By Neil Smith

Cracked – Barbara Leslie Talks To Crime Time

New Paperbacks From Joseph Finder, David Mark & Michael Ridpath

The Redacted Sherlock Holmes – Orlando Pearson Talks To Crime Time

Christmas Themed Crime Book Reviews

Apothecary As Medieval Detective – Indrek Hargla Talks To Crime Time

Holmes To 007, Via Josephine Tey – November Roundup

Robbery, Beck, 80,000 Suspects, The Killing, Holding On

Playing With Fire By Tess Gerritsen & She Who Was No More By Boileau-narcejac

Bridge Over Nordic Water

Dust And Desire – Conrad Williams Talks To Crime Time

Blood Axe Leigh Russell

Russell James On Jason Starr & Boileau-Narcejac

Dark Corners Ruth Rendell

Mark Timlin’s November Crime Book Round Up

Preminger & Dassin Film Noir, Plus Beck Season One

Bloodstream Luca Veste, Medusa Torkil Damhaug

The Crossing Michael Connelly

Noir And Horror – New Film Books From Mcfarland

An Event In Autumn Henning Mankell

A Cold Death In Amsterdam – Anja De Jager Talks To Crime Time

Journey Under The Midnight Sun Keigo Higashino

Divorce Turkish Style Esmahan Aykol

One Step To Danger – John Gubert Talks To Crime Time

The Frightened Man, The Second Woman, The Bohemian Girl Kenneth Cameron

Mark Timlin’s October Crime Book Round Up

Forbidden Worlds, Volume 9 Richard Hughes, Editor

Romanzo Criminale Giancarlo De Cataldo, The Dark Inside Rod Reynolds

Lost Souls – Seth Patrick Talks To Crime Time

Midwinter Of The Spirit – Stephen Volk Talks To Crime Time

Sewing The Shadows Together – Alison Taylor Baillie

The Watchers – Neil Spring Talks To Crime Time

The Corruption Of The Body – John Burdett

Gary Disher – Taking Crime Fiction Seriously

Solomon Creed Author Simon Toyne Talks To Crime Time

The Defenceless Kati Hiekkapelto (trans. David Hackston)

Agatha Christie As A Detective? Alison Joseph Investigates…

Russell James – Writing A Novel – Week By Week

Witnesses – Marie Dompnier Talks To Crime Time

Heartbreaker – Tania Carver (aka Martyn Waites) Talks To Crime Time

Crime Time Roundup September 2015

Pushkin Press Gives Readers Vertigo

The Dark Inside – Rod Reynolds Talks To Crime Time

Pursuing An Impossible Space – F. H. Batacan Talks To Crimetime

The House Of Wolfe – Interviewing James Carlos Blake

The House Of Wolfe, James Carlos Blake & A Game For All The Family, Sophie Hannah

The Girl In The Spider’s Web David Lagercrantz

Mark Timlin’s September Crime Round Up

The Spy Novelist As Detective

Crime On DVD & Blu-ray From Network, Simply Media, Eureka & Second Sight

The Devil’s Daughters – Diana Bretherick Talks To Crime Time

The Black Country Kerry Hadley-pryce

Depth Lev Rosen

All The Old Knives Olen Steinhauer

The Cartel Don Winslow

Tom Adams Uncovered – The Art Of Agatha Christie And Beyond

Acorn Issues New Christie Series

Foreign Crime Roundup

The Domino Killer Neil White

Angel In The House & Angels And Others Mike Ripley

New Blu-rays from Eureka, Arrow & Odeon

Mark Timlin’s August Crime Review Round Up

City Of Good Death – Chris Lloyd Talks To Crime Time

Brush Back Sara Paretsky

Who Can You Trust? Mary Kubica Talks To Crime Time

The Jump – Doug Johnstone Talks To Crime Time

Tin Sky Ben Pastor

In A Dark, Dark Wood Ruth Ware

What Remains – Tim Weaver Talks To Crime Time

Getting Mercenary About Research

In Bitter Chill – Developing A Fictional Setting

A Devil Under The Skin – Anya Lipska Talks To Crime Time

The Long Siesta By Nick Sweet

Noir Theatre Lives!

In Bitter Chill Sarah Ward

Crime Time Exclusive – A New Watson Story From Robert Ryan

Dark Branches – New Nik Frobenius From Sandstone Press

Summer Crime In The F.T.

July Crime Review Round Up

The Body Snatcher Patricia Melo

New Blu-rays & Dvds From Eureka, Odeon & Arrow

The Spider In The Corner Of The Room – Nikki Owen Talks To Crime Time

Thoughts On Thrillers – Manda Scott Talks To Crime Time

Mike Nicol On Power Play

Those We Left Behind – Stuart Neville Talks To Crime Time

The Scent Of Almonds And Other Stories Camilla Lackberg, Translated By Tiina Nunnally

Craig Sisterson On Hot Crime Writing In A Cold Land

Manila Harbour – Martin Granger Talks To Crime Time

Last Resort Quintin Jardine

We Shall Inherit The Wind, Gunnar Staalesen & The Wrong Girl, Laura Wilson

We Shall Inherit The Wind Gunnar Staalesen (translated By Don Bartlett)

I Saw A Man Owen Sheers

Stranger Child – Rachel Abbott On The Process Of Murder

Blood On Snow Jo Nesbo

The Silent Ones – Ali Knight Talks To Crime Time

June Crime Book Round-up

Manila Harbour & Oceans On Fire Martin Granger

The Cellar Minette Walters

Hotel Arcadia Sunny Singh

The Many Lives Of Cy Endfield

World Gone By Dennis Lehane

Peter O’donnell & Enric Badia Romero Modesty Blaise – The Killing Distance

Killing Lessons – Saul Black

Ian Parkinson On The Beginning Of The End

Snow Blind Ragnar Jonasson (translated By Quentin Bates)

Killing Bobbi – Cal Moriarty Talks To Crime Time

The Killing Of Bobbi Lomax, By Cal Moriarty, Black Run, By Antonio Manzini

Christopher Hirst In The Independent On Sex And Film by Barry Forshaw

Blood And Black Lace, Hostages

Much-acclaimed Marshland From Alberto Rodriguez

The Golden Age Of Murder Martin Edwards

Heads Or Hearts Paul Johnston

Tartan Noir Len Wanner

Kill Me, Darling Mickey Spillane And Max Allan Collins

May Crime Book Reviews

The Man From Berlin – Luke McCallin Talks To Crime Time

The Axe Falls – Iain Finlayson On A Dread Phone Call

The Infidel Stain M. J. Carter, No Other Darkness Sarah Hilary

Thomas Mogford On Sleeping Dogs

Back To The Spy Business – Andreas Norman Talks To Crime Time

Rose Gold Walter Mosley

Lesley Thomson On The Detective’s Secret

Thieves Fall Out Gore Vidal

Crime Roundup – Translated Crime In The Independent

Deadly Election – Lindsey Davis On Changing Protagonists

Orkney Twilight – Clare Carson Talks To Crime Time

Summerchill – The New Quentin Bates

The Distance By Helen Giltrow

The Damned Andrew Pyper

Dominic Milne’s Eddie Kane Trilogy

Prey – James Carol Talks To Crimetime

Red Icon – Sam Eastland On Inspector Pekkala

This House Of Grief – The Story Of A Murder Trial Helen Garner

New Reissues From Ostara

Dopamine, The God Helmet And The Neuroscience Of Mystery

Sherlock Holmes Meets The Manchurian Candidate

Mick Herron – Ill Met By Moonlight

Richard Marggraf Turley Talks To Crime Time

One Of Us – The Story Of Anders Breivik And The Massacre In Norway By åsne Seierstad

Forbidden Worlds Volumes 7 & 8 Richard Hughes, Editor

The Dangerous Game Mari Jungstedt

No Name Lane By Howard Linskey; The Burning Man By Christopher Fowler

The Whitstable Pearl Mystery – Julie Wassmer Talks To Crime Time

Becky Masterman On Fear The Dark

Fallout Paul Thomas

Margery Allingham’s Mr Campion’s Fox Mike Ripley

Weathering The Storm – William Giraldi’s Hold The Dark

Into The Night Jake Woodhouse

Mayhem In Huddersfield – David Stuart Davies

Cairo Chris Womersley

The Caveman Jorn Lier Horst

Norwegian Noir – Jorn Lier Horst Talks To Crime Time

The Kind Worth Killing – Peter Swanson Talks To Crime Time

The Life I Left Behind by Colette McBeth

Send In The Clowns – The Yo Yo Life Of Ian Hendry Gabriel Hershman

Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing, Killer’s Kiss Etc.

An Untamed State Roxane Gay

Innocent Blood David Stuart Davies

The Year Of Living Danishly Helen Russell

Doctor Gavrilov Maggie Hamand

The Death Instinct Jacques Mesrine. (trans. Catherine Texier & Robert Greene)

Fallout Paul Thomas

The Final Minute – Simon Kernick Talks To Crime Time

Runaway Peter May

Woody Haut Weighs In On The Best Of 2014 Crime Novels!

The Hot Country Robert Olen Butler

Loser’s Corner Antonin Varenne, Translated By Frank Wynne

Helsinki Noir James Thompson, Editor

The Luca Zingaretti Collection And The Naked City

A Dancer In The Dust Thomas H Cook

Dial Up For Murder – Clem Chambers

The Burning Room Michael Connelly

Leytonstone Stephen Volk

The Real World Of Sherlock B. J. Rahn

Tangier – City Of The Dream Iain Finlayson

Peter James – Number Thirteen

New Ambler Bio, John Martin’s Crime Scene, British Library Reissues

New Crime DVDs & Blu-rays

Full Measure T. Jefferson Parker

Crime Review Round Up

Sci-fi Days Of Fear And Wonder James Bell, Editor

Bodies In The Bookshop L. C. Tyler & Ayo Onatade, Editors

The Informant – Susan Wilkins Talks To Crime Time

Books To Watch – Spring 2015 – Hold The Dark By William Giraldi (No Exit Press)

Full Measure – T. Jefferson Parker Talks To Crime Time

The Burning Mind M. G. Gardiner

Crime Time At The London Film Festival – Black Coal Thin Ice

Behind God’s Back Harri Nykänen

I Hate Nihilism! James Ellroy Interviewed In The Independent By Barry Forshaw

The Tipping Point J G Jurado, Translated By Martin Michael Roberts

Flesh And Blood Patricia Cornwell

The Mad And The Bad – Graham Hurley Talks To Crime Time

Callan Uncovered James Mitchell

James Bond And Modesty Blaise – Stripped For Action

Crinme Round Up

A Cruel Necessity – Lc Tyler On A Well Reem Periwig

Leviathan Andrey Zvyagintsev, Director

The Pierced Heart Lynn Shepherd

Dark Tides Chris Ewan

Tony Schumacher On The Darkest Hour

Brute Force, Le Jour Se Leve, Youth Of The Beast, Etc.

Crime Time At The London Film Festival – The Drop

It Wasn’t All Downton Abbey – Crime Time talks to B.K. Duncan

Serial Killing – B.K. Duncan On One Writer’s Path To Enlightenment

Rose Gold By Walter Mosley

Noir Soundtrack – Woody Haut

The Shooter – Fact And Fiction

Darkness, Darkness John Harvey

Tania, Joe And Me – Martyn Waites, The Man Behind Tania Carver

Crime Time Stalwart Woody Haut Publishes Cry For A Nickel, Die for a Dime

Secret Life And Secret Loves

Crimes Of Passion Various Directors, Arrow

The Sherlock Holmes Companion Daniel Smith

Perfidia James Ellroy

The Meating Room – T.F. Muir Talks To Crime Time

A Possibility Of Violence – D. A. Mishani Talks To Crime Time

Nyctophobia Christopher Fowler

Reykjavik Nights Arnaldur Indridason

Barbara Nadel On Poisoned Ground

Andrew Williams On The Period Thriller

The One You Trust – Paul Pilkington Talks To Crime Time

September Crime Round Up

Horror Stories – Classic Tales From Hoffman To Hodgson Darryl Jones, Editor

New Crime Blu-rays from Arrow And Eureka

No Safe House – Linwood Barclay Talks To Crime Time

Solo William Boyd & The Devastators Donald Hamilton

Cold Hand In Mine And Other Collections Robert Aickman

The Newly Discovered Diaries Of Doctor Kristal Russell James

White Crocodile – K. T. Medina On The Inspiration Behind Her Debut

Blindsided – Liz Evans Talks To Crime Time

See You Tomorrow – Tore Renberg Talks To Crime Time

Erin Kelly Talks Broadchurch

Writing That Tricky Second Book – P.d. Viner Talks To Crime Time

One Boy Missing Stephen Orr; Black Fridays Michael Sears

One Three One Julian Cope

August Crime Round Up

To The Top Of The Mountain Arne Dahl

Change Of Scene – Establishing A New Series

Editing K.T. Medina’s White Crocodile

Swedish Crime Fiction – The Making Of Nordic Noir Kerstin Bergman

The Suicide Mark Safranco

Crime Time stalwart Russell James on The Newly Discovered Diaries of Doctor Kristal

The Killing – Uncommon Denominator – Writing A Tie-in Novel

Cimino And Clint; More Braquo

Move Over Nordic Noir – The Irish Are Coming

All Day And A Night – Alafair Burke Talks To Crime Time

Writing Sicilian Shadows – Frank Scannella

Into A Raging Blaze Andreas Norman

Spouses & Other Crimes – Stories By Andrew Coburn

Adam Bromley Talks Unknown Unknowns

The Frozen Shroud – Martin Edwards Talks To Crime Time

International Crime Month Launches At Waterstones Piccadilly

The Three Lies – Crime Time Learns The Truth About A.D. Garrett

Raoul Walsh – The Adventures Of Hollywood’s Legendary Director Marilyn Ann Moss

Forty Acres – Dwayne Alexander Smith Talks

The Wide World Trilogy – Robert Goddard Talks To Crime Time

Invisible Christine Poulson

July Crime Round Up

The Ripster For What’s Your Poison?

Artefacts Of The Dead Tony Black

Bernard Minier On French Noir

The Keeper Of Lost Causes Mikkel Nørgaard, Director

Marcel Berlins In The Times On Euro Noir

New From McFarland – Hammer Films’ Psychological Thrillers 1950 – 1972; It Came From 1957; Janet Leigh – A Biography

The House That Jack Built Jakob Melander, Translated By Paul Russell Garrett

A Dark Song Of Blood Ben Pastor

The Ways Of The Dead – Neely Tucker Talks To Crime Time

Mr Mercedes Stephen King

The Century Of The Crime – Robert Wilton

From Mata Hari And Edward Snowden, With Love

The Bone Seeker – MJ Mcgrath Talks To Crime Time

Modesty Blaise – The Young Mistress Peter O’Donnell & Enric Badia Romero

Violent Saturday, Inspector De Luca And Vintage Clint

Invisible – Christine Poulson

Craig Robertson On Murder In The Faroes

The Fever Megan Abbott

If I Should Die – Matthew Frank

The Long Fall – Julia Crouch Talks To Crime Time

Euro Noir – The Pocket Essential Guide To European Crime Fiction, Film & Tv Barry Forshaw

Mark Timlin’s June Crime Round Up

The Convenience Of Lies

True Detective – Jorn Lier Horst

Suzette Hill On The Venetian Venture

The Death Of Lucy Kyte – Nicola Upson Talks Tey

Carol Anne Davis On Her Seventh Novel Near Death Experience

Land Of Shadows Rachel Howzell Hall Talks To Crime Time

The Hunting Dogs Jorn Lier Horst

The Bones Beneath – Mark Billingham On The New Tom Thorne

Helen Giltrow – The Distance

Collaborating With Mickey Spillane Max Allan Collins

A Cut-like Wound Anita Nair

The Birth Of Eeny Meeny – Mj Arlidge Talks To Crime Time

The Voices – F.r. Tallis On The Novel As Inadvertent Self-disclosure

The Whitehall Mandarin – Edward Wilson Talks To Crime Time

Mark Dewar On Checkmate

The Fifth Season – Mons Kallentoft Talks To Crime Time

Bob Hoskins – An Appreciation

Falling Fast Neil Broadfoot

Cold Steal Quentin Bates

Crime Round-up . . .

Doug Johnstone On The Dead Beat

After The Silence – Jake Woodhouse On Characters Unleashed

Gordon Ferris On Gallowglass, Finale To The Douglas Brodie Series

The Dead Ground – Claire McGowan On Her Third Novel

Death In Romania – Bogdan Hrib Talks To Quentin Bates

Robert B Parker’s Wonderland Ace Atkins

Chasing The Game Paul Gadsby

Leo Kanaris – Writing Codename Xenophon

Crocodile Tears by Mark O’Sullivan

Blood And Bytes – A Case For Crime Fiction E-zines

Hollow Mountain Thomas Mogford

Someone Else’s Skin By Sarah Hilary

Oliver Harris – Deep Shelter

Les Diaboliques (The Fiends) Henri-Georges Clouzot, Director, Arrow Blu-ray

The New Case-book Of Sherlock Holmes – Martin Edwards Talks To Crime Time

Hollow Mountain – Thomas Mogford Talks To Crime Time

Crime Round Up

The Twelfth Department By William Ryan

Sophie Hannah On The Telling Error

The Spy With 29 Names – Jason Webster Talks To Crime Time

Guns Of Darkness Anthony Asquith, Director, Network Releasing

A Lovely Way To Burn Louise Welsh

Goodis – A Life In Black And White Philippe Garnier

Driving The Action – T.S. Learner Talks To Crime Time

Chris Ewan On Dead Line

Leigh Russell On Tour – Virtually! – Leigh Russell on Libraries

Season To Taste Or How To Eat Your Husband By Natalie Young

Swedish Crime Fiction – Novel, Film Television Steven Peacock

You Should Have Known – Jean Hanff Korelitz Talks About That Genre Thing…

Margery Allingham’s Mr Campion’s Farewell Mike Ripley

San Francisco Noir – John Trinian

Hotel Brasil Frei Betto

THE SECOND DEADLY SIN Åsa Larsson, translated by Laurie Thompson

A Song For The Dying Stuart Macbride

The Accident – Chris Pavone On The Thrills Of Book Publishing

The Killing 3 David Hewson

The Black-eyed Blonde Benjamin Black

Flavia De Luce And Nordic Noir – Alan Bradley Talks To Crime Time

No Company Allowed – Jerry Raine Talks

Wake In Fright, Salamander And Siegel On Blu-ray

The Bird That Did Not Sing – Alex Gray Talks To Crime Time

The Midnight Promise Zane Lovitt

Crazy Name, Crazy Genesis – Robert Richardson On Augustus Maltravers

March Crime Round Up

Scoring Borgen – Halfdan E On His Challenges

Treachery – Sj Parris Talks To Crime Time

Treachery – S.J. Parris Talks To Crime Time

The One That (almost) Got Away – James Carol Talks To Crime Time

Fine Dining With Barry Forshaw

Sorrow Bound – David Mark Talks To Crime Time

Of Cops And Robbers – Mike Nicol Talks To Crime Time

The Eve Of Murder – James Whitworth

Tom Bale On The Catch

The Darke Chronicles – David Stuart Davies Talks To Crime Time

Classe Tous Risques, Consider All Risks Claude Sautet, Director

The Girl With A Clock For A Heart – Peter Swanson Talks To Crime Time

Cut Dead Mark Sennen

Psycho-Mania! ed by Stephen Jones &; Magic Words – The Extraordinary Life Of Alan Moore by Lance Parkin

Target Lancer Max Allan Collins

A Cruel Fate – Lindsey Davis Talks Quick Reads

Basil Copper’s Mike Faraday Returns…

John Altman On The Art Of The Devil

Simenon Reissues From Penguin

February Crime Round Up

Hunting Shadows – Charles Todd Talks To Crime Time

Crime Fiction Round Up

A Song for the Dying by Stuart McBride

The Front Seat Passenger Pascal Garnier, Translated By Jane Aitken

Keeping The Mythic Distance – Sarah Hilary Talks To Crime Time

The A26 Pascal Garnier

Hotel Brasil Frei Betto

Shovel Ready Adam Sternbergh

Manhattan ’62 – Reggie Nadelson Talks To Crime Time

The Dark Palace – R N Morris On His New Novel

Entry Island Peter May

Victim, Survivor, Detective – Koethi Zan

My Simenon Dinner – N.J Cooper

A Song For The Dying – Stuart Macbride Talks To Crime Time

Someone Else’s Skin Sarah Hilary

God And Publishers – Nick Stone Talks To Crime Time

Irish Crime Writers Killing The Competition

Running Girl Simon Mason

How Did This Fictional Detective Spend New Year’s Eve?

Entry Island – Peter May Talks To Crime Time

The Wrong Quarry Max Allan Collins

The Scandal Of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton

Snatched – A Christmas Short Story From Chris Collett, Featuring Detective Inspector Tom Mariner

Then We Take Berlin – John Lawton Talks To Crime Time

No Exit Press Give Books Away… Well Almost

Others Of My Kind James Sallis

Dead Set – Will Carver Talks To Crime Time

Crimewave 12 Andy Cox, Editor

The Shadow Tracer – Going Underground With M.G. Gardiner

The Gods Of Guilt Michael Connelly

Talking To Michael Connelly

Bricks And Mortar – Ann Granger Talks To Crime Time

Grave Descend / Binary Michael Crichton

GF Newman On Dark Heart / Possession

Parkland Peter Landesman, Director

Young Montalbano, Van Veeteren, Gaslight, Anno 1790

‘Happy Birthday, Turk! In praise of Jakob Arjouni and Kemal Kayankaya’

Dying To Know – Alison Joseph Talks To Crime Time

The Rising Tide – Patrick Easter On Waterlogged Death

Pietr The Latvian Georges Simenon

Happy Birthday Turk! Jakob Arjouni

The Abomination – Jonathan Holt Talks To Crime Time

Sycamore Row John Grisham

Down Among The Dead Men – Ed Chatterton Talks To Crime Time

Dead Man’s Land Robert Ryan

Mick Herron On Writing Dead Lions

The Spies Luis Fernando Verissimo

The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror 24 Stephen Jones, Editor

Just One Evil Act Elizabeth George

Taking The Fall A P McCoy

Russell James Steps Outside The Genre

How To Win Power And Lose Everything Richard Fernandez

Thérèse Raquin Emile Zola

The Garden Of Burning Sand – Corban Addison Talks

T.D. Griggs On The End Of Winter

Let It Burn Steve Hamilton

Girl Seven

The Killing From Screen To Page – David Hewson

Hitchcock And The Making Of Marnie Tony Lee Moral

Police Jo Nesbo

Paris Requiem Lisa Appignanesi

Sleepwalker, M.i.t., Simon Killer, The Flaw, Witness In The Dark, Deranged

Johnny Alucard Kim Newman

Robert B Parker’s Lullaby Ace Atkins

Death On Demand Paul Thomas

The Frozen Dead Bernard Minier

Plus ça Change – Chris Nickson’s Fair And Tender Ladies

The Red Road Denise Mina

Christina James on her DI Yates crime novels

Tell No Lies Gregg Hurwitz

The Intercept Dick Wolf

The Black Life Paul Johnston

Barbara Nadel on ‘An Act Of Kindness’

The Cruellest Game – Hilary Bonner On Her New Novel

Reviving A Dick Francis Classic – Sid Halley Returns

Valberg – A Sort Of Swede In Ireland – Desmond Doherty

The Book That Made Me – Barry Forshaw

Cold Hearts Gunnar Staalesen, Translated By Don Bartlett

The Asylum John Harwood

The Case Of The Missing Rightsholder Sarah Weinman

Strange Shores Arnaldur Indridason

Sense Of Place In The Darkening Hour – Penny Hancock Talks To Crime Time

Hunting Shadows – Sheila Bugler

Sherlock Holmes – The Stuff Of Nightmares James Lovegrove

Crime And Mystery Conference At St Hilda’s College In Oxford

Dead Woman Walking Jessica Mann

Ostara Publishes Ian Morson’s Falconer And Rain Of Blood

A Song From Dead Lips – William Shaw Talks To Crime Time

The Devil’s Sanctuary – Marie Hermanson Talks To Crime Time

Lethal Profit Alex Blackmore

Philosophies Of Crime Fiction Josef Hoffmann

The Silence Of The Wave Gianrico Carofiglio

The Never List – Koethi Zan Talks To Crime Time

Everyone Remembers Lee Child – CWA Chair Alison Joseph On A Popular Winner

The Long Road To Bedlam – Stephen Gallagher

A.D. Garrett On Truth, Lies, And Forensic Alibis – The Art Of Crime Collaboration

State Affairs, The Place Beyond The Pines Etc.

Paul Johnston On The Black Life – How Much Noir Can You Take?

The Riot – Laura Wilson Talks To Crime Time

Sandrine Thomas H Cook

Raymond Chandler in BBC Conversation with Ian Fleming

The Shanghai Factor Charles McCarry

Holy Orders Benjamin Black

How A Gunman Says Goodbye Malcolm Mackay

Jim Kelly Talks To Crime Time

Susan Moody On A Final Reckoning

Exit – Peter Lindmark, Director

Two Soldiers Roslund & Hellström

Unlikely Graves – Rodney Hobson

A Hijacking Tobias Lindholm, Director

Valentina Giambanco on The Gift Of Darkness

The Sleep Room – F R Tallis On Changing His Name And Genres

Carver’s Quest Nick Rennison

The String Diaries – Stephen Lloyd Jones Talks To Crime Time

Hammond Innes – Vintage Classics

Reviver – Seth Patrick Talks To Crime Time

Death Be Not Proud – Cf Dunn On Hating Pigeon-holes

Miss Marple Novels Collection Agatha Christie

Little Green Walter Mosley

Graham Bishop’s Commissaire Pierre Rousseau Series

Nick Rennison On Victorian Crime

Penguin’s Green Crime

Complex 90 Mickey Spillane And Max Alan Collins

Jonathan Latimer Revisited

Everybody Has A Plan Ana Piterbarg, Director

Caught In The Mousetrap

Susanna Gregory On The Lost Abbot

The Paris Winter Imogen Robertson

Martin Edwards On Prizes, Crimefest And The Frozen Shroud

Tom Harper Vs. Dan Brown

Is Death’s Disciple James Whitworth’s First Novel — Or His Twentieth?

On Reaching 100 – Paul Doherty Talks To Crime Time

Stephen Booth On The New Cooper & Fry Novel – Already Dead

Free And 99p Crime & Thriller Offers From Endeavour Press

Victimless Crime – Antal Kovacs

Bloody Angels – John Llewellyn Probert Talks To Crime Time

Whose Iceland Is It Anyway? Michael Ridpath

City Of Blood M.D. Villiers

The Trudeau Vector

Shame

Free thriller offers from Endeavour Press

Brothers In Blood – David Stuart Davies

Ostland David Thomas

The CWA Goes To Iceland

International Crime Month in the USA

Free Crime & Thriller Book Offer From Endeavour Press

Richard Creasey And Joe Bright Talk To Crime Time

The Crime Of Julian Wells Thomas H. Cook

Crime Time Round-up – Liza Marklund, Michael Ridpath, Stephen King, Lotte & Søren Hammer, Quentin Bates, Benjamin Tammuz, Elizabeth Silver

Mayhem Sarah Pinborough

Revenge Yoko Ogawa

Natural Causes – James Oswald Talks To Crime Time

Fay Sampson – The Extra Dimension

A Delicate Truth John Le Carré

Van Veeteren, The Murderer Lives At 21, Arne Dahl

Shattered Clues – Historical Crime Fiction And The Accuracy Of Forensic Investigation

A Man Without Breath by Philip Kerr

The Six Senses Of Place

Taking The Reins – New CWA Director Alison Joseph Talks To Crime Time

My Criminal World Henry Sutton

Fool Me Twice Michael Brandman

Sandro Ferri On Jean-claude Izzo

Sign Of The Cross – Thomas Mogford Talks To Crime Time

Sign Of The Cross Thomas Mogford

Mark Billingham On The New Thorne – The Dying Hours

Chilled To The Bone – Quentin Bates

My Criminal World – Henry Sutton

You’re Never Alone With The Strand

Alexander Soderberg Talks To Crime Time

Death On Demand Paul Thomas

Pilgrim Soul – Gordon Ferris Talks To Crime Time

Uncut Baise Moi, The Protectors & A Directors Cut Blood Simple

Suspect Robert Crais

The Best Laid Plans – Wiley Cash

The Killing Pool – Kevin Sampson Talks To Crime Time

Accidents Happen – Louise Millar

The Ranger Ace Atkins

The Tower – Simon Toyne On A Tale Of Two Trilogies

The Healer Antti Tuomainen

Mike Ripley On Janet Neel – A Tale Of Two Angels

A Taste For Blood – David Stuart Davies

The Ottoman Motel – Christopher Currie Talks To Crime Time

Nordic Noir – The Pocket Essential Guide To Scandinavian Crime Fiction, Film & TV by Barry Forshaw

The Burning Air Erin Kelly

Devil’s Advocates – The Texas Chain Saw Massacre/James Rose & Saw/Benjamin Poole

The Murder Mile – Paul Collicut

Below The Thunder – Robin Duvall Talks To Crime Time

British Crime Film Panel – Barry Forshaw, Mike Hodges And Peter Guttridge (chair)

The Scent Of Death – Andrew Taylor Talks To Crime Time About His New Novel

Ghostman Roger Hobbs

The Crime Fiction Handbook Peter Messent

Studying The Bourne Ultimatum Neil Archer

Varg Veum – Cold Hearts Trond Esper Seim, Director

The Girl In The Iron Mask Peter O’Donnell & Enric Badia Romero

Embarrassing Secrets – Leigh Russell

Victorian Crime – Joan Lock’s Dead Born

Forbidden Worlds Volume 2; Witches Tales Volume 2 Peter Crowther, Editor

‘By Gad, Holmes, That Detective’s Wearing A Skirt!’

The Cocktail Waitress James M Cain

The Lost – Claire McGowan Talks To Crime Time

Double Confession Ken Annakin, Director/Renown

Think Of The Children – Kerry Wilkinson Talks To Crime Time

The Scent Of Death Andrew Taylor

Robert Davidson On More Cold Climate Mayhem

Taylor On Crime – From The Spectator

Kenneth Cook’s Wake In Fright – An Australian Classic As Both Book And Film?

The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime Edited By Maxim Jakubowski

Overkill – Sam Smith On Hit And Run

Twelve Important Academic Essays On Crime Fiction

French Noir And Pacal Garnier

The Casebook Of Bryant And May by Christopher Fowler & Keith Page

Never Saw It Coming By Linwood Barclay

Ghostman By Roger Hobbs

Crimes In Southern Indiana By Frank Bill

Rage Against The Dying By Becky Masterman

The Dark Valley Valerio Varesi

Shadow Season Tom Piccirilli

Ratlines Stuart Neville

Dead Money – Rodney Hobson on His New Novel

The Killing 2 – David Hewson Talks To Crime Time

Stop Dead Leigh Russell

False Trail, Unit One, Rene Clement

Ann Cleeves On Dead Water

The Prophet Michael Koryta

Capital Punishment – Robert Wilson On His New Novel

Seduction Of The Innocent Max Allan Collins

Kings Of Cool Don Winslow

The Sound Of One Hand Killing by Teresa Solana

Chamber Music By Tom Benn

Rubbernecker By Belinda Bauer

Western Approaches By Graham Hurley

Creole Belle by James Lee Burke

British Crime Film – Subverting The Social Order

Duelling With Danger – Emelyne Godfrey Talks To Crime Time

My Father John Creasey – Richard Creasey

Gangster Squad – Covert Cops, The Mob, And The Battle For Los Angeles

The Mannequin House And The Exquisite Corpse

The Next Big Thing – Ten Questions In Ten Minutes

Writing Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula

A Game Of Chance by Jon Osborne

Nowhere To Go Seth Holt, Director/studiocanal

Laura Vera Caspary

NYPD Blue Seasons 5 & 6 And The Night Visitor

Killing The Emperors – Ruth Dudley Edwards

Young Philby by Robert Littell

Death In Sardinia by Marco Vichi

7 Days Deon Meyer

The First Horseman by Clem Chambers

The Gingerbread House Carin Gerhardsen

Paul Johnston – To Hell And Beyond (maybe) – Writing The Green Lady

Blood Month – Matthew McAllister (aka Iain Finlayson) Talks To Madame Arcati

Nightrise – Jim Kelly Talks To Crime Time

Modesty Blaise – Lady In The Dark Peter O’Donnell, Enric Badia Romero

The Venetian Affair Helen MacInnes

The Scandinavian Puzzle – Jim Kelly Considers Death In A Cold Climate

I Remember You Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Translated By Philip Roughton

Nowhere To Hide By Alex Walters

Reachers Rules By Lee Child & Jack Reacher

Crime Time At The London Film Festival – The Samurai That Night

Controversies – Straw Dogs By Stevie Simkin/A Clockwork Orange By Peter Kramer

Under The Eye Of God by Jerome Charyn

Crime Time At The London Film Festival – The Hunt

Black Box Michael Connelly

Hard Twisted By C Joseph Greaves

The Black Box By Michael Connelly

Quentin Bates Talks To Crime Time

The Racketeer By John Grisham

Mafia Inc By Andre Cedilot And Andre Noel

100 American Crime Writers Steven Powell, Editor

The Boy In The Snow MJ McGrath

Ill Manors Director Ben Drew / Revolver Blu-ray

The Mark, The Sweeney, Hell Is A City, The Third Secret

British Film Noir, Seven Thunders Various Directors

Clem Chambers On the First Horseman

Unmasking James Bond Unmasked

The Shadow Girls Henning Mankell

The Murder Quadrille – Fidelis Morgan

Say You’re Sorry – Michael Robotham

Chamber Of Chills Volume 2 Peter Crowther, Editor

Murder At Wrotham Hill By Diana Souhami

Killer Move – Michael Marshall Talks To Crime Time

How I Came To Love Raymond Chandler

A Grain Of Truth by Zygmunt Miloszewski

Slaughter’s Hound by Declan Burke

Gangster Squad By Paul Lieberman

The Outsiders Gerald Seymour

Meeting Mankell

The Assault / The Chairman

Black Cat Mystery Volume 1 Christopher Fowler, Foreword

Shadow Of The Rock Thomas Mogford

Shadow Of The Rock – Thomas Mogford Talks To Crime Time

John Harvey News… From The Horse’s Mouth…

John Macrae – The Vengeance Man

Bryant & May And The Invisible Code by Christopher Fowler

Every Vow You Break – Julia Crouch Talks To Crime Time

Alison Joseph – From Nuns To Air Crashes

Buckingham Palace Blues by James Craig

Books To Die For – John Connolly And Declan Burke

Last Words – Translating Davide Longo’s The Last Man Standing

Margaret Carlton – From Enclosing Jaws

Crime Author Leigh Russell Takes The North By Storm

Around Harrogate With Stav Sherez

How To Write Your Own Nordic Thriller

Viva La Madness J J Connolly

Brenner And God By Wolf Haas

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How Black Were My Hawks…

Ray Bradbury – A Memory Of Murder

Held Up – Christopher Radmann Talks To Crime Time

Sleepwalkers – Tom Grieves

Adventures Into The Unknown Volume 2 Out Of The Night Volume 1 Richard Hughes, Editor

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Richard Ronald – Cell Motivation And Packaging Personality

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Mission To Paris Alan Furst

Weirdo Cathi Unsworth

Criminal – Karin Slaughter Talks To Barry Forshaw

James Hadley Chase

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Death Bed By Leigh Russell

The Black Path By Åsa Larsson, Translated By Marlaine Delargy

Black Skies by Arnaldur Indridason

Another Time, Another Life Leif GW Persson

The Crime Readers’ Association – Second Readings

The Queen Of Spy Writers Is Back

A Brain Itch – A Short Story By Tarquin Hall

N J Cooper – Writing In The 21st Century

The Thing Itself Peter Guttridge

Holmes To Braquo – New Crime Dvds And Blu-rays

A Sci-Fi Swarm And Horror Horde – Interviews With 62 Filmmakers Tom Weaver

Until The Darkness Comes – Kevin Brooks Talks To Crime Time

The Thing Itself – Peter Guttridge Talks To Crime Time

Unsworth News – Cathi Unsworth Talks To Crime Time

The Fallen By Jassy Mackenzie

Sidney Chambers And The Shadow Of Death by James Runcie

PD James Talks To Barry Forshaw At CrimeFest

Criminal By Karin Slaughter

The Two Deaths Of Daniel Hayes By Marcus Sakey

Tuesday’s Gone By Nicci French

A Shot Of Faraday — And Other Things — From Graham Hurley

The Curse Of Brink’s-Mat – Twenty Five Years Of Murder And Mayhem By Wensley Clarkson

A Dark And Broken Heart RJ Ellory

The Yard By Alex Grecian

XO by Jeffery Deaver

Dead Man’s Land – Robert Ryan

Death And The Olive Grove by Marco Vichi

No Sale by Patrick Conrad

Jon Jefferson Talks To Crime Time

The Dead Season Christobel Kent

The Death Gods Richard S. Prather.

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Blu-ray Launch

The Rage Gene Kerrigan

Alpha By Greg Rucka

Fatal Frost By James Henry

You Can Jump And Other Stories Mat Coward

A Willing Victim – Laura Wilson Talks To Crime Time

The Good Father Noah Hawley

Master And God Lindsey Davis

Body Blow – Peter Cocks Talks To Crime Time

Defending Jacob by William Landay

Martin O’Brien on The Dying Minutes

Perverse Titillation Danny Shipka

New Turf – John Lawton Talks To Barry Forshaw

Nils Nordberg On Nordic Noir, Circa 2005

Have Sex With Dead Crime Writers

The Scandicrime Trans-Europe Express

Driven By James Sallis

The Expo Files, By Stieg Larsson

I Hunt Killers By Barry Lyga

Fifteen Digits By Nick Santora

The Flight M. R. Hall

Dark Dawn by Matt McGuire

Dreda Say Mitchell – Teaching A Crime Writing Course

The Dark Winter By David Mark

Hanging Hill By Mo Hayder

Pantheon By Sam Bourne

Phantom by Jo Nesbo – translated By Don Bartlett

The Eyes Of Lira Kazan Eva Joly & Judith Perrignon (translated By Emily Read)

Border Run – Simon Lewis Talks To Crime Time

Or The Bull Kills You – Jason Webster Talks To Crime Time

The Dragon Tattoo And Its Long Tail – The New Wave Of European Crime Fiction In America David Geherin

Brian Freeman On Spilled Blood And Lady Gaga

Declan Burke On Irish (and Scandinavian) Crime…

The Other Child by Charlotte Link (trans. Stefan Tobler)

Pulling No Punches – Howard Linskey On The Drop

Modesty Blaise – Live Bait Peter O’Donnell & Enric Badia Romero

The Greatcoat Helen Dunmore

Raffles Is Back

Dead Scared – SJ Bolton Talks To Crime Time

Crime Thriller Novels Course Teaching Staff Announced

Death In A Cold Climate – A Guide To Scandinavian Crime Fiction Forshaw

DRIVE – My Little Book Grows Up – James Sallis

Easy Money Jens Lapidus

French Noir Fiction

Helene Tursten’s Detective Inspector Huss

Making The Switch – Joan Lock Talks To Crime Time

A Pound Of Flesh – Alex Gray Talks To Crime Time

Tomb Of Terror/Chamber Of Chills/Witches Tales (Harvey Horrors) Peter Crowther, Publisher

Gods Of Gotham – Lyndsay Faye Talks To Crime Time

Italian Noir – Michael Gregorio

Martin Edwards On Death In A Cold Climate

The British Library Publishes The First Detective Novel… The Notting Hill Mystery

Stav Sherez Writes

Obsession And Self-destruction – Steven Dunne On Deity

Nights Of Awe Harri Nykanen

What It Was by George Pelecanos

Sam Bourne On Pantheon

Crime Pays

Edge Of Dark Water By Joe Lansdale

The Mystery Of Fu-Manchu / The Return Of Fu-Manchu Sax Rohmer

Anno Dracula The Bloody Red Baron Kim Newman

The Pictorial Guide To British 1950s Sci-fi & Horror Comic Books Mike Morley, Compiler

Generating Suspense – Nancy Bilyeau On The Crown

Stockholm Noir – Jens Lapidus talks To Barry Forshaw

Drive DVD starring Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan and Albert Brooks

Up To Date With Declan Burke

Now, It’s… Noir Theatre!

Edge Of Dark Water Joe Lansdale

Good Bait by John Harvey

The Mystery Of The Yellow Room

Misery Bay Steve Hamilton

Raylan By Elmore Leonard

Happy Days By Graham Hurley

Up To Date With Jerry Raine

How Difficult Is It To Write A Crime Novel?

Liar Moon Ben Pastor

The Steel Spring Per Wahloo (Sarah Death, Trans.)

Graham Hurley – Faraday, Rip

Mons Kallentoft In The Financial Times On Barry Forshaw’s Death In A Cold Climate

The Fall Claire McGowan

Cold Remains – Sally Spedding

Adventures Into The Unknown, Forbidden Worlds, Collected, Vol 1 Peter Crowther, Publisher

All Crime Authors Depend On Expert Guidance

Dave Zeltserman

Murder On The Thirty-first Floor And The Steel Spring Per Wahlöö Trans. Sarah Death

The Times On Death In A Cold Climate

Mark Edwards – Catch Your Death

David Dickinson – Reviving Mycroft Holmes

Making Stuff Up With Stuart MacBride

Nights Of Awe by Harri Nykänen (translated By Kristian London)

Vengeance In Mind – Up To Date With NJ Cooper

Death In A Cold Climate – A Guide To Scandinavian Crime Fiction Barry Forshaw

12 Days Of Kindle – Crime, Thrillers & Mystery – The Winners & Losers

Good Bait John Harvey

John Harvey On Good Bait

Tom Harper Talks To Crime Time

IT’S THE 17th SPECIAL EXTRA CHRISTMASSY MARK BILLINGHAM NEWSLETTER

Cold Crime With Ridpath

The Hammer Vault Marcus Hearn

Key Concepts In Crime Fiction Heather Worthington

Italian Crime Fiction Giuliana Pieri

Robert Ryan Talks To Crime Time

Is The Writing On The Wall For Literacy?

Up To Date With Andrew Martin

Undertow Desmond Cory & Cold War David Brierley

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo David Fincher, Director

A Happy Christmas From Andrew Taylor

Sophie Hannah – Why Psychological Thrillers Are Good For You

Per Wahloo’s Murder On The Thirty-first Floor And The Steel Spring

Perfect People By Peter James

Not So Impossible – Ian Rankin Talks To Jim Napier

Loving History – Linda Stratmann On The Poisonous Seed

A Serpent Uncoiled – Simon Spurrier Talks To Crime Time

1% Inspiration… The Rest Is Sweat

Kismet – Jakob Arjouni

Nigel McCrery On Boxfiction

Dead Reckoning – Who Is Ad Garrett?

Box Nine – Jack O’Connell’s New One

Bourbon, Bar Girls, And Books – Introducing Crime Collection #3

Give+take Stona Fitch

Heroic Villains – Simon Kernick On The Payback

The House Of Silk Anthony Horowitz

Modesty Blaise – Million Dollar Game Peter O’Donnell, Enrique Romero

Cell 8 Roslund & Hellstrom

Hard Case Crime – Faust, Collins, Spillane

Claire McGowan – Keeping Crime Writers In Line

The Drop Michael Connelly

A Book Of Horrors & The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror Stephen Jones, Editor

Moriarty – The Hound Of The D’urbervilles Kim Newman

Until Thy Wrath Be Past Asa Larsson

Swedish Book Review 2011 – 2 Sarah Death, Editor

Best Eaten Cold And Other Stories Martin Edwards, Ed,

Let The Right One In Anne Billson

Oxford Ransom – Veronica Stallwood

Sherlock Holmes – The Breath Of God Guy Adams

Icelight – Aly Monroe Talks To Crime Time

Lest You Suffer Nightmares – A Biography Of Herbert Van Thal Johnny Mains

The Secrets Man – John Dean

Headhunters Jo Nesbo

The Deadly Touch Of The Tigress – Ian Hamilton

Gregg Olsen – Writing Young Adult (for The First Time)

The Killer Is Dying James Sallis

The Day I Called On Nato

Empire Of Crime Tim Newark

The Things We Cherished Pam Jenoff

The Bloody Meadow William Ryan

Temporary Perfections Gianrico Carofiglio (translated By Anthony Shugaar)

Meet Ruth Rendell And Pd James At An Exclusive Reception In Aid Of Rnib

Sequence – Adrian Dawson

Kill the Irishman – The War that Crippled the Mafia – Rick Perello

Taking Over The Reins – Felix Francis Talks To Crime Time

88 Killer – Oliver Stark Talks To Crime Time

The Whispering Gallery Mark Sanderson

A Deniable Death Gerald Seymour

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy John Le Carré

Dust Devils – Roger Smith Talks To Crime Time

Viva La Madness – J.J. Connolly Talks To Crime Time

Our Hero Superman On Earth Tom De Haven

New Directory Of World Cinema – Italy Appears

Morse Set For Youthful Return, But Has Crime Had Its Day?

Spartan Matthew Dunn

But They Seem Like Such Nice Kids

The Further Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes – The Peerless Peer & The Star Of India Philip José Farmer & Carole Buggé

From Corpsing To Corpses – From Comedy To Crime

The Protean Robert Ryan

Wink Murder – Ali Knight

Writing Spartan – Matthew Dunn

House Of The Hanged Mark Mills

Mo Hayder Talks To Crime Time

The Whispers Of Nemesis Anne Zouroudi

Stieg And Me Eva Gabrielsson, Translated By Marie-francoise Colombani

Crime Pays – Harvey’s Chamber Of Chills Reprinted

Death In Slow Motion/the Double Agent Peter O’donnell/neville Colvin

Godard & Film Noir

21st Century Fahrenheit 451

Fallen – Karin Slaughter Talks To Crime Time

The End Of Everything Megan Abbott

What I’ve Learned About Self-publishing

Brighton Rock Rowan Joffe, Director

Chicago Shiver Terry Holland

All Yours Claudia Piñeiro

James Sallis – Ready For His Closeup

Mark Sanderson – The Whispering Gallery

Not A Number – Patrick Mcgoohan – A Life Rupert Booth

The Killer Is Dying – James Sallis Talks To Crime Time

Andrew Pepper – The Genesis Of Bloody Winter

Martin Edwards – The Hanging Wood

Craig Robertson On Snapshot

The Wreckage – Michael Robotham Talks To Crime Time

Sweet Money Ernesto Mallo

James Becker On The Nosferatu Scroll

Another Book, Another Volcano

World’s Greatest Stuntman Vic Armstrong

Prince Rory Clements

What’s In A Name? Nj Cooper Talks To Crime Time

The Cleansing Flames Rn Morris

Matt Rees On Mozart’s Last Aria

Face Of The Devil Nj Cooper

John Hart On Iron House

Live Wire Harlan Coben

The Nightmare Thief And Designer Thrills

Baby Godiva Marty Holland

The Film Music Of James Horner Nic Raine

Silas Quinn – A New Character For R.n. Morris.

Wendy Robertson – An Englishwoman In France

A Book Of Blues Courttia Newland

Big Machine – Victor LaValle Talks Sex, Death And Religion

Big Machine Victor LaValle

Girl 4 – Will Carver Talks To Crime Time

The Fifth Witness Michael Connelly

Tom Wood On The Hunter

Challenging Stereotypes – Esmahan Aykol Talks To Bob Cornwell

The Hollow Man – Oliver Harris Talks To Crime Time

Aylett Stuff

The Setup – Felix Riley

City Of Lost Girls Declan Hughes

The Watermen Patrick Easter

The Emperor’s Tomb – Steve Berry Talks To Crime Time

Kissing The Demons – Kate Ellis

An Agent Of Deceit – Chris Morgan Jones Talks To Crime Time

Cleansing Flames – R.n. Morris Talks To Crime Time

Kusanagi Clem Chambers

Dead End – Leigh Russell Talks To Crime Time

Plugged – Eoin Colfer On His First Adult Novel

Hotel Bosphorus Esmahan Aykol

Clem Chambers On Kusanagi

Six Red Herrings Mike Stotter

Swedish Book Review 2011 – 1 Sarah Death, Ed.

Off The Case

The Stronger Sex Hans Werner Kettenbach

The Seed Of An Idea – Simon Toyne On Sanctus

Dead End Leigh Russell

Death Mask Kathryn Fox

Italian Noir On Youtube

Mike Nicol On Killer Country And Payback

Guilt By Association – Marcia Clark Talks To Crime Time

The Revolution Will Not Be Printed – Crime Fiction On The Kindle

The Troubled Man Henning Mankell

The Hanging Shed – Gordon Ferris Talks To Crime Time

Brighton Rock Composed By Martin Phipps

Not Safe – Danuta Reah Talks To Crime Time

A Dance Of Ghosts – Kevin Brooks –

Adrian Magson Talks Tracers

The Delta – Tony Park Talks To Crime Time

The Last King Of Brighton Peter Guttridge

Island Of Bones – Imogen Robertson Talks To Crime Time

Stieg Larsson Symposium Call For Papers

The Survivor – Sean Slater Talks

Stranger Than Fiction – Mike Ripley On A Mysterious Writer

The Prowler Joseph Losey, Director

Apostle Rising Richard Godwin

Channelling Du Maurier – Joanna Challis

Saving Max – Antointette Van Heugten

The Last King Of Brighton – Peter Guttridge Talks To Crime Time

The Warsaw Anagrams Richard Zimler

Black Diamond Martin Walker

Blood Count – Reggie Nadelson Talks To Crime Time

The Killing Various Directors

Colin Murray – No Hearts, No Roses

Djibouti Elmore Leonard

The Hilliker Curse – My Pursuit Of Women James Ellroy

Barry Eisler’s Black Ops Badass

Music Does It For Me – Julia Crouch

The Oaken Heart Margery Allingham

The Rough Guide To Crime Fiction Barry Forshaw

The Rough Guide To Crime Fiction Barry Forshaw

Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter Tom Franklin

The Killer’s Art Mari Jungstedt

The Leopard Jo Nesbo

The Fallen Angel David Hewson

Write What You Know – Simon Toyne On His First Novel, Sanctus

The Dead Tracks – Tim Weaver

Or The Bull Kills You – Jason Webster

The Calling of the Grave – Simon Beckett

Lumen Ben Pastor

Random – Craig Robertson

Raymond Khoury On The Templar Salvation

Kurdo Baksi On The Girl Who Played With Fire

The House At Sea’s End Elly Griffiths

The Sentry Robert Crais

First Fiction – Writing The Cutting

Dark City – Crime In Wartime London

Paying Back Jack Christopher G Moore

The Violet Hour Richard Montanari

Peter Yates And Eddie Coyle – An Appreciation

Codex Adrian Dawson

Every Single Second – Jon Osborne On Kill Me Once

Karen Rose Talks To Crime Time

A Shortcut To Paradise Teresa Solana

Giving The Plot Away – Jim Kelly Talks To Crime Time

Fact Is Stranger Than Fiction – Mark Sanderson On Snow Hill

1222 Anne Holt

The Drop Howard Linskey

Lumen Ben Pastor

The Legendary Otto Penzler

Tv Review – Nordic Noir – The Story Of Scandinavian Crime Fiction

In The Shadow Of Gotham Stefanie Pintoff

Timlin On 101 Best Tv Crime Series

Meet Me In Malmö – Torquil Macleod

The Picaresque Maxim Jakubowski

Frozen Out Quentin Bates

The C J Box Set

Second Sight Charles Mccarry

Mark Of The Lion – Suzanne Arruda

Cocaine Wars Nick McCaffery

Murder At Mansfield Park Lynn Shepherd

Death And Dishonour – Barbara Nadel On Her New Novel

Mahler And Murder – Frank Tallis Talks To Crime Time

Snow Angels – James Thompson Talks To Crime Time

The Dead Women Of Juárez – Sam Hawken

The Return Of Sherlock Holmes Read By Peter Cushing

Forshaw On Five Books On Film Noir

A Short Cut To Paradise Teresa Solana

In The Shadow Of Gotham – Stefanie Pintoff

Frost Redux – Writing As R. D. Wingfield

Contemporary American Crime Fiction Hans Bertens & Theo D’haen

Die In Paris – Marilyn Z. Tomlins

Tail Of The Blue Bird Nii Ayikwei Parkes

Painted Ladies Robert B Parker

Borrowed Light Graham Hurley

Jerry Robinson – Ambassador Of Comics N. C. Christopher Couch

Still Missing Chevy Stevens

Death In A Scarlet Coat

The Soul Collectors Chris Mooney

The Art Of Hammer Marcus Hearn

Changing The World – Adrian Dawson On Codex

The Last Talk With Lola Faye Thomas H Cook

Port Mortuary Patricia Cornwell

The Woman Before Me Ruth Dugdall

Orchid Blue – Eoin Mcnamee Talks

More On Jeffrey Deaver’s 007

American Devil – Oliver Stark

Thorny Issues – Mark Billingham On His Latest Novels And Thorne The Tv Series

Jakubowski Talks To Jakubowski

John Harvey On Following The Detectives And Other Things…

I Was Waiting For You Maxim Jakubowski

Death Of A Radical Rebecca Jenkins

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? Horace Mccoy

Making The Last Phone Call

Unholy Awakening Michael Gregorio

Thorne – Sleepyhead Stephen Hopkins, Director

Red Wolf Liza Marklund

The American Anton Corbijn, Director

The Lock Artist Steve Hamilton

The Madness Of Ludwig – Chris Kuzneski On The Secret Crown

River Of Shadows Valerio Varesi, Trans. Joseph Farrell

Cut Adrift – Chris Simms

Black Madonna Peter Millar

Knowing Their Places – J. Kingston Pierce

Following The Detectives

City Of Dreadful Night

Clive Bloom’s Violent London

The Dark End Of The Street – Jonathan Santlofer And Sj Rozan

Captured Neil Cross

Babylon Nights Daniel Depp

The More Interesting Sins – Anne Zouroudi

Savages Don Winslow

The Dog It Was That Died – John Dean On His Novel To Die Alone

Horrible Shocks – Peter Guttridge On City Of Dreadful Night

The Attenbury Diamonds Jill Paton Walsh

Film Noir – The Encyclopedia Alain Silver Et Al

The Anatomy Of A Novel – Writing The Anatomy Of Ghosts

Women Writers And Detectives In Nineteenth-century Crime Fiction Lucy Sussex

From Jeffrey Deaver To A Dalek – Leigh Russell On Her Fans…and Other Things

Obituary – Elvira Sellerio

Bending The Willow – Jeremy Brett As Sherlock Holmes David Stuart Davies

A Slice Of The Nordic Pie

Blonde On A Stick Conrad Williams

The Lazarus Vault Tom Harper

Windward Passage Jim Nisbet

The Baker Street Phantom – Fabrice Bourland

Maps Of Hell – Paul Johnston

Under The Influence – L C Tyler

I’m Not Scared & The Crossroads Niccolò Ammaniti

Music From Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy Jacob Groth

Bad Intentions Karin Fossum, Trans Charlotte Barslund

James McCreet, Author Of The Vice Society, On The Irresistible Lure Of Murder

Flesh Tailor – Kate Ellis

Entanglement Zygmunt Miloszewski

Lawrence, O’donnell Et Al James Bond 007 – Nightbird Modesty Blaise – Death In Slow Motion

Jason Elliot On The Network

Murder, Mayhem… And Poetry

The Only Brit Writing Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Hitler’s Angel Kris Rusch

No One Loves A Policeman Guillermo Orsi, Trans. Nick Caistor

The Killer Inside Me – Reflections In The Shattered Glass

Sharman – The Complete Series

Lifeblood Nj Cooper

Wake Up Dead Roger Smith

Bank Of The Black Sheep Robert Lewis

The Gentleman’s Hour Don Winslow

Not A Whodunit, But A Whowasitdunto? Erin Kelly On The Poison Tree

The Saint Complete Scores Edwin Astley

Thrillers – 100 Must-reads

Writing Dark Blood – Stuart Macbride

A Bitter View – Sweden and its Crime Fiction

The Girl With The Crystal Eyes Barbara Baraldi, Trans. Judith Forshaw

Die Twice Andrew Grant

I Kill Giorgio Faletti

Caught Harlan Coben

The Success Of I, The Jury

Land Of Ghosts – Ev Seymour

Road Closed – Leigh Russell Talks

Clem Chambers On The Twain Maxim

The Darkest Room Johan Theorin

Chris Simms On Cut Adrift

Mike Ripley’s Angels In Arms – A New View

Criminal Summer Luigi Guicciardi

The Man Who Left Too Soon – The Biography Of Stieg Larsson Barry Forshaw

The Killer’s Art Mari Jungstedt

Tattoo – Bryan Boswell On An Author’s Life

Needle In A Haystack Ernesto Mallo

Attica Locke Rising

A Question Of Belief Donna Leon

Guns of Brixton Mark Timlin

Elly Griffiths – Spare Me The Twins

Dark Matter Juli Zeh

Eliminating The Impossible – Leigh Russell Interviews Alistair Duncan

Nicholas Royle On The Face On The Cutting-room Floor

A Game Of Sorrows Shona Maclean

Give ’em Hell Malone Russell Mulcahy, Director

Paul Clifford Bulwer-lytton /a String Of Pearls Thomas Prest And Other Titles

Hit Tara Moss

Consider Me A Co-conspirator

Pieces Of Modesty Peter O’donnell

The Snowman Jo Nesbø

Two Tribes – Charlie Owen On Getting Published

John Meaney’s Pseudonymous Thriller

Marple Series Four

Phil Rickman On The Bones Of Avalon

Involuntary Witness Gianrico Carofiglio

Bombproof Michael Robotham

The Nicholas Le Floch Affair – Jean-françois Parot Speaks

Maxcrime – The Countdown

At The Chime Of A City Clock D J Taylor

The Scroll Of The Dead David Stuart Davies

Fever Of The Bone Val Mcdermid

Fear The Worst Linwood Barclay

The Levels – Sean Cregan Speaks

Deadly Communion – Sex And Death In Old Vienna

More Gems From Top Notch Thrillers

Death Watch – Jim Kelly On A Family Legacy

Mr Shivers Robert Jackson Bennett

Jack O’Connell In Brick Lane

A Jew Must Die Jacques Chessex

Rupture Simon Lelic

Jonathan Buckley on Contact

Venom Joan Brady

Lynn Shepherd On Murder At Mansfield Park

Hollywood Moon Joseph Wambaugh

The Serpent Pool Martin Edwards

Mesrine Parts 1 & 2

The Tall Man Chloe Hooper

John Burdett On “the Godfather Of Kathmandu”

Chasing The Dead – Tim Weaver On The World Of The Missing

Simon Kernick On The Last Ten Seconds

The Perception Of Crime Fiction – Val Mcdermid Speaks

Loss – Tony Black Interviewed

Snow Hill Mark Sanderson

Beyond Reach Graham Hurley

Historical Crime Novelist Lee Jackson’s New Book Available Complete – Free

New Hard-boiled & Noir From Gryphon

Jack Ross – In Dark Waters

More Than A Thriller – Ak Shevchenko On Bequest

A Jew Must Die Jacques Chessex

The Unreliable Narrator In Unreliable Times – Henry Sutton On Get Me Out Of Here

Cathi Unsworth On Bad Penny Blues

Foul Deeds – John Eddleston

First Contact – Patrick Woodrow On Shifting Goalposts

An Icelandic Agatha Christie?

Badfellas Tonino Benacquista – A Second View

Badfellas Tonino Benacquista

Winterland Alan Glynn

Fleshing Out My Characters – Craig Russell

Cj Box – How High Concept Thrillers Conquered The Uk

Black Water Rising Attica Locke

Perspectives On Agatha Christie – From Proverbs To Poisons

The Monster In The Box Ruth Rendell

Travelling With Jacquot

Writing Sherlockian Pastiche

Highsmith The Misanthrope – Morag Joss Vs. Barry Forshaw

M C Beaton

Myth And True – Writing Acts Of Violence – Ryan David Jahn

Let’s Hear It For The Bad Guys

Not So Elementary – Daniel Smith On The Sherlock Holmes Companion

The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest Stieg Larsson

Vienna Bulletin – Crime Fiction In Austria

Spiral – The Second Series

Entrapment Nelson Algren

Exodus And Other Scores Ernest Gold

Nine Dragons Michael Connelly

The Gigolo, The Heiress And The Blackmail Plot

Getting Published – The Curzon Group Speaks

David Hewson On Thriller 2

Patricia Melo On Lost World

Sherlock Holmes Redux

Get Me Out Of Here Henry Sutton

My Tough Readership – Arnaldur Indridason Talks To Crime Time

Crime Novelist John Dean On The Global Short Story Competition

Cemetary Lake – Paul Cleave On A Distinctive Crime Novel

The Rise And Rise Of Tartan Noir

The Complaints Ian Rankin

Hangmen Also Die

Hypothermia Arnauldur Indridason

Thomas H Cook – My Characters Are Fighting Inevitability

James Bond 007 – The Girl Machine Jim Lawrence & Yaroslav Horak

The Interrogator Andrew Williams

Blindman’s Bluff – Faye Kellerman On Her New Novel

Spider Trap – Barry Maitland Talks To Crime Time

The Dying Light Henry Porter

Get Real Donald Westlake

The Tears Of Autumn/the Miernik Dossier Charles Mccarry

Mehmet Murat Somer On The Gigolo Murder

Public Enemies – Soundtrack Elliot Goldenthal

A Question Of Identity – Laura Wilson On Empty Death

Ev Seymour On The Mephisto Threat

The Salati Case Tobias Jones

Still Midnight Denise Mina

Valerie Laws

Halfhead Stuart B Macbride

Michael White On The Borgia Ring

Don Winslow Talks To Crime Time

Even Andrew Grant

The Lie Petra Hammesfahr

Sean Black On Lockdown

The Pyramid Henning Mankell

Comic Crime Writer Turns Pro

The Lovers John Connolly

Blotto, Twinks And The Ex-king’s Daughter Simon Brett

The Most Peculiar Detectives – How I Ended Up With Bryant & May

The Resurrectionist Jack O’Connnell

The Spirit Volume 3 Aragones Et Al

An Empty Death Laura Wilson

Roadside Crosses Jeffrey Deaver

Outsider Who Broke The Rules – Colin Cotterill

Blood Law – Steven Hague On Gang Culture

The Reaper – Steven Dunne On Breaking The Mould

The Last Fix K O Dahl

Londongrad Reggie Nadelson

City Of Thieves – Cyrus Moore On Greed And Evil

Cut Short Leigh Russell

The Fate Of Katherine Carr Thomas H Cook

The Warning Bell Tom Macaulay

Roadside Crosses Jeffery Deaver

Far Cry John Harvey

Maureen Carter

Looking Behind The Mask – N J Cooper

Nectar Of The Gods Gwen C Watkins

Dames, Dolls And Delinquents Gary Lovisi

Some Rain Must Fall Michel Faber

Crime Pays For E-books – Dan Waddell On A New Trend

Breathe Anne-sophie Brasme

Glen Peters On Mrs D’silva’s Detective Instincts And The Shaitan Of Calcutta

The Incendiary’s Trail James Mccreet

Angel With Two Faces Nicola Upson

The Glass Key 2009 – The Nordic Crime Wave Rolls On

August Heat Andrea Camilleri

Ice Cold Andrea Maria Schenkel

Don’t Look Back Scott Frost

Donald Westlake

Night And Day Robert B Parker

Suffer The Children Adam Creed

A Deadly Trade – Michael Stanley On Crime Time In South Africa

Woody Haut On Benjamin Appel

The Way Home George Pelecanos

Tony Black On Gutted

Woman With Birthmark Håkan Nesser

The Definitive Hitchcock Blonde – Grace Kelly

Billington – Victorian Executioner

Linda Regan On Dead Like Her

Woman With Birthmark Hakan Nesser

David’s Revenge By Hans Werner Kettenbach

Tom Macaulay On The Warning Bell

The Captain’s Table Brian Thompson

Marple The Feminist

Rage Sergio Bizzio

Glenn Cooper Talks About Library Of The Dead

Three Crime Talents – Tom Grace, Neil White and Peter De Jonge On Their Dynamic New Crime Novels

Getting Real Carol Anne Davis

The Secret Speech Tom Rob Smith

The Likeness – Tana French On Doubles

Far Cry – John Harvey On His New Novel

The Scarecrow Michael Connelly

Still Midnight – Denise Mina Storms Back

The Vanishing Of Katharina Linden Helen Grant

Grisly Relics In Police Crime Museum

Free Agent Jeremy Duns

The Public Prosecutor Jef Geeraerts

Gillian Flynn On Dark Places

Six Seconds – Rick Mofina

Elly Griffiths – Crossing Places

Winged With Death John Baker

The Secret Speech – Tom Rob Smith On The Successor To Child 44

Fault Line Barry Eisler

Dark Times In The City Gene Kerrigan

Danger Man Original Soundtrack – The Hour-long Shows Edwin Astley

Dead Men’s Dust – Matt Hilton

Long Lost Harlan Coben

Red Riding Trilogy Various Directors

Mug Shots An Archive Of The Famous, Infamous, And Most Wanted Raynal Pellicer

End Of The World In Breslau Marek Krajewski

Fifty Dead Men Walking Directed By Kari Skogland

The Imperium Of Steves – DC Pae On A Highly Unusual Novel

Cut Short – Leigh Russell On A Remarkable Novel

The Armageddon Trade Clem Chambers

The Redeemer Jo Nesbø

Great British Fantasy Comic Book Heroes Phil Clarke & Mike Higgs, Editors

After The Fire – Karen Campbell

The Night Following – Morag Joss Talks To Crime Time About Her Most Unusual Novel

What To Do When Someone Dies Nicci French

The Long Fall Walter Mosely

Brian Mcgilloway On Bleed A River Deep

Old City Hall Robert Rotenberg

Midsomer Statistics

True Murder Yaba Badoe

The Grisham Of Finance – Clem Chambers

The Ignorance Of Blood – Robert Wilson Talks To Crime Time

Back To The Coast Saskia Noort

The Drop-off Patrick Quinlan

Meet The Author – Daisychain’s Gj Moffat

Scott Turow

Can Barack Obama Save The Book Business?

The Curious Case Of The Author Who Would Not Die

Crime Scene At The London Film Festival

Six Seconds – Rick Mofina – A Crime Time Q&a

Snatched Mandasue Heller

Keeping The Dead Tess Gerritsen

Havana Fever Leonardo Padura

Go With Me Castle Freeman

The New Annotated Dracula Leslie S Klinger

Chandler Redux

Robert Rotenberg Talks About Old City Hall

Quicksand Irving Pichel, Director

Great British Fictional Detectives – Russell James

The Fallen Jefferson Parker

William Diehl

The Given Day – Talking To Dennis Lehane

Ann Cleeves

Natasha Cooper

Peter May

Anne Perry

James Sallis

Cath Staincliffe

Edgar Wallace

Lisa Appignanesi

Steve Aylett

Desmond Bagley

John Baker

Henry Cecil

Margery Allingham

Jim Kelly

The Ghoul

Paperboy Christopher Fowler

Maigret Vs. Holmes Alison Joseph

Watch Me When I Kill

Matthew Pearl On The Last Dickens

Cinnamon Kiss Walter Mosley

The Appeal John Grisham

Poe – A Life Cut Short Peter Ackroyd

The Times On British Crime Writing – An Encyclopedia

Josh Bazell Talks About Beat The Reaper

Say Hello To Ray Banks And Goodbye To Callum Innes

Skin And Bones – Tom Bale Speaks

The Girl Who Played With Fire Stieg Larsson

The Mayor Of Lexington Avenue James Sheehan

Ancient Mayhem – Roger Hudson Talks About Death Comes By Amphora

Historically Hardboiled – Rafe Mcgregor On The Architect Of Murder

Cold In Hand John Harvey

No Lovelier Death Graham Hurley

Jeffery Deaver Live Webchat

Dennis Lehane – His Best Yet?

Sherlock Holmes… The Death And Life

Coward Ed Brubaker And Sean Phillips

Burial Neil Cross

Jakob Arjouni Talks To Laura Latham

Breakneck – Erica Spindler

John Dean Talks About The Dead Hill

The Girl Who Played With Fire Stieg Larsson

Night Work Steve Hamilton

Damages

The Spirit Soundtrack David Newman

Olden Time Detectives

Fame And Obsessive Love

Scarpetta Patricia Cornwell

Calling Out For You Karin Fossum

Shadow Man Cody McFadyen

Mystery Author Stumps Experts

The Law Of Second Chances James Sheehan

Tom Cain On The Survivor

Charteris The Saint

Salt River James Sallis

Morris, Smith In Books Of The Year

Marvel Chronicle Matthew K Manning Et Al

Time To Say Goodbye Pat Macenulty

Darkness And Decapitation

Waking Up As A Murderer – Neil Cross On Burial

No Time For Goodbye Linwood Barclay

Solving The Riddle – Simon Hall

The Westminster Poisoner – Susanna Gregory On Death And High Winds

Dreamland Tom Gilling

The Phantom Of Rue Royale Jean-françois Parot

The Best Of The Saint, Vol. 1 & 2 Leslie Charteris

Sherlock Holmes…the Death And Life

New Atlantic Classic Crime Series

Dancing For The Hangman Martin Edwards

The Fire – Katherine Neville

What’s Happening With Harvey

The Trafficked – Lee Weeks Talks About A Striking Series

When Will There Be Good News? Kate Atkinson

Christopher’s Ghosts – Charles McCarry

2666 – Roberto Bolaño

Sallis On Salt River

Spooks Redux

Thirty-three Teeth – Colin Cotterill

The Scandalous Life Of The Lawless Sisters Philip Ardagh

The Brass Verdict – Michael Connelly