BookNoir

23 Jan

A Christmas Railway Mystery by Edward Marston

Review on BookNoir In A Christmas Railway Mystery, the latest instalment in Edward Marston’s popular Railway Detective series, ......
23 Jan

Amnesia by Michael Ridpath

Review on BookNoir An elderly man, Alistair Cunningham, falls downstairs and wakes up in hospital with very little ......
23 Jan

The Confession by Jo Spain

Review on BookNoir What excites me about Jo Spain’s writing is that she is not afraid to try ...
23 Jan

Mother of Pearl by William Creedle

Review on BookNoir William Creedle has taken the step of publishing his own novel, cutting out the middle ......
22 Jan

Author meets Reviewer: Robert Arellano meets Paul Burke

Article on BookNoir After reading Havana Libre, the latest thriller starring Dr Manolo Rodriguez, Paul Burke was keen ......
22 Jan

Havana Libre by Robert Arellano

Review on BookNoir I’m always looking for something new, something a bit different, so this thriller attracted me ......
20 Jan

GOLDEN OLDIE: I Spit on Your Graves by Boris Vian

Review on BookNoir This novel was written 70 years ago and yet remarkably it still has the power ...
19 Jan

Everything You Do Is Wrong by Amanda Coe

Review on BookNoir Fifteen-year-old Hannah’s Auntie Mel discovers an apparently lifeless, naked young woman on a beach in ......
18 Jan

READING GROUP GUIDE: Nucleus by Rory Clements

Article on BookChap In the latest in our series of reading group guides, Paul Burke suggests some questions ......
16 Jan

SECOND OPINION: The Man Who Died by Antti Tuomainen

Review on BookNoir Very good mystery thriller – highly recommended. This novel centres around Jaaska, a Finnish mushroom ......
15 Jan

BookNoir January Newsletter

Article on BookNoir Happy New Year from all at Nudge-Book and welcome to the new crime year on ...
15 Jan

The Emerald Lie by Ken Bruen

Review on BookNoir The latest Jack Taylor novel is one of the very best from the Irish master ...
11 Jan

SECOND OPINION: Dark Pines by Will Dean

Review on BookNoir While I’m a fan of of crime fiction, I have particular tastes. I generally prefer ......
10 Jan

Police at the Station and They Don’t Look Friendly by Adrian McKinty

Review on BookNoir Ireland has a great tradition of crime writers. Adrian McKinty is one of the best ......
10 Jan

Gill Chedgey on the Relationship between Book and Film

Article on BookChap This is a subject I ponder frequently because for me there is a close link. ...
09 Jan

Nucleus by Rory Clements

Review on BookNoir If you want to kick start your year with a cracking historical thriller then Nucleus ......
06 Jan

The Hanged Man by Simon Kernick

Review on BookNoir This is the second in the latest series of novels by the acclaimed British thriller ......
05 Jan

Dark Pines by Will Dean

Review on BookNoir I am not an obsessive about Scandi Noir but I do know this novel might ...
04 Jan

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books I Acquired Because I Watched the Films

Article on BookChap I continually ponder the relationship between book and film, the pros and the cons, the ......
03 Jan

Author meets Reviewer: Sarah Vaughan meets Nicola Smith

Article on BookNoir After reading and reviewing (and loving!) Anatomy of a Scandal, Nicola Smith had some questions ......
28 Dec

SECOND OPINION: Whiteout by Ragnar Jonasson

Review on BookNoir This detective thriller takes place in Iceland and involves an investigation by Ari Thor, the ......