Dark Arena by Jack Beaumont
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by Paul Burke
2d ago
There seems to have been a spike in the number of ex-intelligence officers writing espionage novels recently – and they know what they’re talking about. Among them are David McCloskey and IS Berry in America, and James Wolff and Charles Beaumont in Britain. Dark Arena... The post Dark Arena by Jack Beaumont first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Interview: Iris Yamashita
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by crimefictionlover
2d ago
Although some people liken it to Nordic noir due to the latitude, Alaskan crime fiction has its own vibes and tropes. In some ways, it’s like that 90s TV show Northern Exposure, with murder thrown in. Quirky and dark. The cold is a killer, the... The post Interview: Iris Yamashita first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
On the Radar: Mirror, mirror in the attic
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by crimefictionlover
6d ago
Don’t know about you, but I, for one, am intrigued to see Oscar Wilde’s the ageless Dorian Gray appear in a crime novel alongside Sherlock Holmes. Wow! The Classified Dossier has finally been revealed by crime author Christian Klaver and it looks like the perfect... The post On the Radar: Mirror, mirror in the attic first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Has Anyone Seen Charlotte Salter? by Nicci French
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by DeathBecomesHer
6d ago
Ah, that well worn crime fiction trope, the dual timeline! What fun it is to skip back and forth across the decades, trying to keep the multiple story paths on point in an increasingly frazzled brain! Is it any wonder my heart sank upon seeing... The post Has Anyone Seen Charlotte Salter? by Nicci French first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
The Rumor Game by Thomas Mullen
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by RoughJustice
1w ago
Thomas Mullen made his name with the Darktown novels, set in racism-riddled 1940s Atlanta. Last year, he changed tack with a near-future sci-fi thriller called Blind Spots. With The Rumor Game he returns to mid-century America with a historical thriller set in Cambridge, Massachusetts early... The post The Rumor Game by Thomas Mullen first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Murder and Mamon by Mia P Manansala
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by Sharon Richardson
1w ago
Murder and Mamon is the fourth book in the Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery series by Mia P Manansala. It is a delightful culinary cosy mystery about Lila Macapagal, a baker and amateur detective. Lila is passionate about food, family and friends. Should anything happen to... The post Murder and Mamon by Mia P Manansala first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Prisoner – the Danish crime drama comes to BBC Four
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by crimefictionlover
1w ago
The Killing star Sofie Gräbøl returns to our screens, swapping the knitwear for a prison-issue blue shirt in Prisoner, which begins airing on BBC Four at 9pm on Saturday 24 February 2024. It’s a crime show where the perpetrators are already in prison – but... The post Prisoner – the Danish crime drama comes to BBC Four first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
On the Radar: Looking for clues with an eagle eye
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by crimefictionlover
1w ago
Is solving a crime similar to bird watching? You’ve got to do your research, use your intuition, know what you’re looking for, recognise it when you see it, exercise patience and arrive at just the right time to avoid disappointment. So maybe spotting a rare... The post On the Radar: Looking for clues with an eagle eye first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Village in the Dark by Iris Yamashita
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by DeathBecomesHer
1w ago
We’re back in the cold wastes of Alaska for Village in the Dark, Iris Yamashita’s follow up to her debut novel City Under One Roof, which got a five-star review on the site early last year. That story was set in the fictional town of... The post Village in the Dark by Iris Yamashita first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website
Astrid: Murder in Paris returns for season 3
Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans
by crimefictionlover
2w ago
No crime show character elicits quite as much sympathy from viewers as Astrid Nielsen, the crime-solving archivist from Paris who has autism. People love the way she’s portrayed by Sara Mortensen, and as soon as we’d posted our preview of season two of Astrid: Murder... The post Astrid: Murder in Paris returns for season 3 first appeared on Crime Fiction Lover ..read more
Visit website

Follow Crime Fiction Lover - The site for die hard crime & thriller fans on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR