BookNoir

14 Apr

WWAR: Our Voices take the load off the editorial team this issue

Article on BookChap You might think, given we’re such a bookish crew, that being asked to supply 250 ......
14 Apr

Paul Burke’s Crime Round Up – March 2017

Article on BookNoir Crime writing is like football, every nation has its own character and style. It comes ......
14 Apr

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Review on BookNoir The Roanoke girls are all mysterious. They are rich and all have a certain captivating ......
14 Apr

AMR: Graeme Macrae Burnet meets Sheila A Grant

Article on BookHugger Sheila A Grant was a big fan of Graeme’s His Bloody Project (as were Phil ...
12 Apr

Death by Chocolate Lab by Bethany Blake

Review on BookNoir Having found it difficult to secure relevant employment after completing her doctorate in philosophy, Daphne ......
10 Apr

The Unquiet Dead by Ausma Zehanat Khan

Review on BookNoir Inspector Esa Khattak, a second-generation Canadian Muslim, has been promoted to head Canada’s newly formed ......
10 Apr

The Vinyl Detective: The Run-Out Groove by Andrew Cartmel

Review on BookNoir This is a detective novel with a pleasant twist. It is a quietly amusing book with colourful characters ......
09 Apr

Boundary by Andrée A. Michaud

Review on BookNoir This novel opens powerfully, setting the atmosphere, geography and origins of Bondrée and its peaceful, ......
08 Apr

Follow Me Down by Sherri Smith

Review on BookNoir This novel has more twists and turns; in fact, it is more complex than unravelling ......
08 Apr

Deadly Game by Matt Johnson

Review on BookNoir This is the author’s second novel and it follows on from his debut Wicked Game. ......
08 Apr

JADE ON: Lightening up in 2017

Article on BookDiva Have you ever had that experience of reading a book and then finding yourself being ......
07 Apr

nb92: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap May we present a contents reveal, for your anticipation! I know it’s only a quarterly ......
07 Apr

Hope to Die by David Jackson + AMR

Competition on BookNoir When the victim seems perfect, is it the perfect crime? On a bitterly cold winter’s ......
06 Apr

Hope to Die by David Jackson

Review on BookNoir If you are looking for the kind of compulsive crime novel that will keep you ...
05 Apr

Family Matters by Anthony Rolls

Review on BookNoir Family Matters by Anthony Rolls is an unusually farcical murder mystery. After having been made ......
05 Apr

Dead Woman Walking by Sharon Bolton

Review on BookNoir What begins as a short adventure high in the air, in a hot air balloon, ...
04 Apr

The Stolen Child by Sanjida Kay

Review on BookNoir I was a big fan of Sanjida Kay’s first book, Bone by Bone, which was ...
03 Apr

Night Market by Daniel Pembrey

Review on BookNoir Night Market is a cracking sequel to Daniel Pembrey’s The Harbour Master. It is the second ......
01 Apr

SECOND OPINION: The Breakdown by B.A. Paris

Review on BookNoir Imagine going along a deserted road through the woods, the weather is horrendous and you ......
31 Mar

He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly

Review on BookNoir This is a contemporary slow-burning suspense thriller that flits in time between 2015 and 2000. ......
30 Mar

SECOND OPINION: Cursed by Thomas Enger

Review on BookNoir Cursed by Thomas Enger is a tense, layered thriller that will keep you gripped from ......