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22 Nov

Books Are My Bag Readers Awards 2017

Article on BookChap The winners of the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards for 2017 were announced last ...
21 Nov

The Dragonfly by Kate Dunn

Review on BookNoir Colin Aylesford’s estranged son Michael is in prison in France awaiting trial for murder. Colin’s ......
21 Nov

Written in Blood by Layton Green

Review on BookNoir Preach is back in his hometown, with quite an impressive past behind him. He is ...
21 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Dates With Kates

Article on BookChap I’m not sure when this started. I can’t even be sure who it started with. ...
20 Nov

The Year of the Knife by G.D. Penman

Review on BookGeek And the 2017 Award for Speculative Fiction goes to – The Year of the Knife. ......
20 Nov

The Perfect Victim by Corrie Jackson

Review on BookNoir The Perfect Victim is the brilliant follow up to Breaking Dead, Corrie Jackson’s debut from ......
20 Nov

Reading Group Guide: Munich by Robert Harris

Article on BookChap In the third of the new Nudge reading group guides, Paul Burke poses some questions ......
20 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Resort to Murder by T.P. Fielden

Review on BookNoir This is an interesting addition to the cosy crime genre – Miss Dimont certainly holds ......
19 Nov

After the Fire by Henning Mankell

Review on BookNoir This is Henning Mankell’s last book. It was published in Sweden in 2015, the year ......
19 Nov

A Death at Fountains Abbey by Antonia Hodgson

Review on BookNoir A Death at Fountains Abbey by Antonia Hodgson marks the third outing for Thomas Hawkins ......
17 Nov

Echoes Down the Line by David J. Boulton

Article on BookNoir This is a book I really struggled with. The reasons? I’m not too sure. I initially ......
17 Nov

Glass Souls by Maurizio De Giovanni

Review on BookNoir If you love Euro-noir crime novels, then the latest in the Commissario Ricciardi series, Glass ......
17 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Resort to Murder by T.P. Fielden

Review on BookNoir Set in the seemingly quiet, peaceful and idyllic British seaside town of Temple Regis in ......
16 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger A word of warning – this book contains a lot of unhappiness. It is, however, ......
16 Nov

Trading Down by Stephen Norman

Review on BookNoir Trading Down is a tense, exciting thriller and a fun read. The novel begins in ...
16 Nov

Whiteout by Ragnar Jonasson

Review on BookNoir Ragnar Jónasson has returned with one of the best Icelandic Noir tales of recent times, ......
15 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Resort to Murder by T.P. Fielden

Review on BookNoir A MYSTERY DEATH NEEDS LOOKING INTO, WOULDN’T YOU SAY?? With its pale, aquamarine waters and ......
14 Nov

READALIKES: Mindhunter

Article on BookNoir In the first of a new series of features on Nudge, Dean Muscat recommends some ...
13 Nov

Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger This is the story of Max, a famous photographer moving among the rich and beautiful, ......
13 Nov

My Name is Nobody by Matthew Richardson

Review on BookNoir Matthew Richardson has written a fantastic debut spy thriller that will grip you from beginning ......
12 Nov

The Stolen Child by Sanjida Kay

Review on BookNoir This is a real page turner, a psychological thriller that will keep the reader entranced. ......