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27 Dec

Murder in Montego Bay by Paula Lennon

Review on BookNoir There’s nothing I enjoy more than a good crime thriller and if it involves a ......
26 Dec

Gwenda Major’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap After reading other reviewers’ Ten Books… lists, I couldn’t resist having a stroll around my ......
26 Dec

The Darkest Day by Hakan Nesser

Review on BookNoir The Darkest Day is the latest twisted thriller from the Swedish Noir master Håkan Nesser ......
22 Dec

Deep Blue Trouble by Steph Broadribb

Review on BookNoir This novel takes place immediately after the events of Deep Down Dead and concerns a ......
22 Dec

Foul Trade by B.K. Duncan

Review on BookNoir What appealed to me about Foul Trade as soon as I read the blurb was ...
21 Dec

Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Review on BookNoir This beautifully written and poetic novel is fascinating and disturbing. It starts with an account ......
20 Dec

Know Me Now by C.J. Carver

Review on BookNoir This is the third in the series of Dan Forrester novels by this award-winning author. ......
18 Dec

Reg Seward’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap I own several hundred books, so choosing ten that could be highlighted is a difficult ......
17 Dec

After the War by Hervé le Corre

Review on BookNoir After the War is a fantastic read, a blockbuster of a novel that could have ...
15 Dec

Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

Review on BookNoir I’m what you might call a fan of Sarah Vaughan’s writing. I read The Art ......
15 Dec

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Trilogies and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap Ultimately, I was quite surprised that I was able to compile a ‘Top Ten’ list ......
15 Dec

Mood Indigo by Ed Ifkovic

Review on BookNoir I loved this book! Totally absorbed into the world of 1930s Manhattan within the first ......
14 Dec

Our Directory Books of the Year: For the last minute shopper!

Article on BookChap Those of you who subscribe to nb the books magazine will know that we compile ...
14 Dec

Author meets Reviewer: Keith Rosson meets Linda Hepworth

Article on BookGeek Having loved Keith Rosson’s first novel, The Mercy of the Tide, Linda Hepworth jumped at ......
14 Dec

SECOND OPINION: Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly

Review on BookNoir This is the latest Harry Bosch procedural detective story – very good stuff. I hadn’t ......
14 Dec

SECOND OPINION: East of Hounslow by Khurrum Rahman

Review on BookNoir Sometimes books can get a bit samey, the same sort of plot lines, the same ...
14 Dec

Nucleus by Rory Clements

News on BookNoir From the award-winning Sunday Times bestselling author of CORPUS The eve of war: a secret so deadly, ......
13 Dec

One of the Boys by Daniel Magariel

Review on BookNoir Whether it is in a news report or in fiction, child custody following divorce is ...
13 Dec

Snare by Lilja Sigurdardottir

Review on BookNoir Orenda Books are on a roll; they keep finding the best of Icelandic Noir, having ...
12 Dec

Linda Hepworth Previews the Words by the Water Festival 2018

Article on BookChap On the 8th December I went to the theatre at Keswick for the launch of ...
10 Dec

Ferocity by Nicola Lagioia

Review on BookNoir Let me start by saying this is a five star review but this is not ...