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20 Apr

CrimeFest Awards Shortlists Announced!

Article on BookNoir “CRIMEFEST is a convention for people who like to read an occasional crime novel as well ......
20 Apr

Paul Burke’s Top Ten Books vs. Films

Article on BookChap Which is best, the book or the film (or TV series)? People will debate different ...
20 Apr

Historical Noir by Barry Forshaw

Review on BookNoir The latest in the Pocket Essentials guides to crime writing, Historical Noir, is a useful ......
18 Apr

Eye for an Eye by Kerry Wilkinson

Review on BookNoir Those who do not know Detective Inspector Jessica Daniels, where have you been? This is ......
17 Apr

Crime World: Focus on Italy

Article on BookNoir As a tourist, Italy is a country that makes you feel at home, at least ...
15 Apr

A Secret Worth Killing For by Simon Berthon

Review on BookNoir Maire Anne McCartney is a teenage in Belfast in the early 1990’s. The Troubles are ......
14 Apr

Too Close to Breathe by Olivia Kiernan

Review on BookNoir Too Close to Breathe is a book I was eager to read and I wasn’t ...
13 Apr

LEFT FIELD: Chameleon by Samuel Fisher

Review on BookNoir This is undoubtedly a literary novel about a family and relationships, but also it’s about ......
13 Apr

Anything for Her by G.J. Minett

Review on BookNoir The cover picture of this novel is rather boring and the blurb tells you it ...
13 Apr

Death Wish by Brian Garfield

Review on BookNoir This is a novel that has been made famous, or should that be infamous, by ...
12 Apr

Vernon Subutex I by Virginie Despentes

Review on BookNoir This is a superbly entertaining literary novel of contemporary Paris and it’s inhabitants that has ......
12 Apr

American By Day by Derek B. Miller

Review on BookNoir Derek B. Miller follows up his highly successful debut with a touch of class, in ...
11 Apr

A Mother’s Sacrifice by Gemma Metcalfe

Review on BookNoir What lengths would you go to to have a child? That is the premise of ...
11 Apr

The Night Ferry by Lotte and Søren Hammer

Review on BookNoir This is the fifth Konrad Simonsen investigation and it’s one of the best police procedurals ......
11 Apr

SECOND OPINION: The Fear by C.L. Taylor

Review on BookNoir This is a gripping psychological thriller that gets nicely under the skin and is full ......
10 Apr

The Illumination of Ursular Flight by Anna-Marie Crowhurst

Review on BookNoir This debut, coming of age, historical fictional book is set in 17th century England. It ......
10 Apr

Perfect Match by D.B. Thorne

Review on BookNoir Having been pulled from a canal in East London, almost drowned and in a coma, ...
09 Apr

In the Wake by Helen Trevorrow

Review on BookNoir A body is found floating in the London Docklands in advance of a major boat ...
09 Apr

Money in the Morgue by Ngaio Marsh and Stella Duffy

Review on BookNoir Dame Ngaio Marsh was a well known writer from New Zealand, who alongside Agatha Christie ......
09 Apr

Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff

Review on BookNoir It is great to find a new spy thriller that is reminiscent of the old ...
08 Apr

The House on Half Moon Street by Alex Reeve

Review on BookNoir This is the first instalment in a new series featuring Leo Stanhope, amateur detective, and ......