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20 Aug

Author meets Reviewer: Cay Rademacher meets Paul Burke

Article on BookNoir The Forger is the final volume of the Chief Inspector Frank Stave trilogy, set in ......
20 Aug

The Forger by Cay Rademacher

Review on BookNoir It hard to explain, but when an author gets it right there is something very ...
20 Aug

The Division Bell Mystery by Ellen Wilkinson

Review on BookNoir Originally published in 1932 this novel is written by the Labour MP Ellen Wilkinson famed ......
19 Aug

An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

Review on BookNoir An Unwanted Guest is a book I kept hearing about all the time so when ...
18 Aug

BookNoir: North American Crime Round-Up

Article on BookNoir This month we have a crop of extremely good North American novels (one is Canadian), ......
17 Aug

Snap by Belinda Bauer

Review on BookNoir Having loved The Beautiful Dead by Belinda Bauer, I have been eager to pick this ...
17 Aug

The Shrouded Path by Sarah Ward

Review on BookNoir Sarah Ward has once again brought DC Connie Childs back to Bampton, a quiet Peak ...
16 Aug

Nameless Serenade by Maurizio de Giovanni

Review on BookNoir De Giovanni is one of the best historical crime writers out there. His Commissario Ricciardi ......
16 Aug

The Real Michael Swann by Bryan Reardon

Review on BookNoir If, like me, you don’t usually read thrillers, I recommend you make an exception for ......
16 Aug

An Isolated Incident by Emily Maguire

Review on BookNoir The brutal murder of 25-year-old Bella Michaels shocks those living in the small town of ......
15 Aug

Don’t Send Flowers by Martín Solares

Review on BookNoir Any noir fan will feel at home with this novel immediately; gritty and vicious but ......
15 Aug

Ten Great Women Crime Writers In Translation

Article on BookNoir Did you know that August is Women in Translation month? And did you know that ...
15 Aug

The First Prehistoric Serial Killer by Teresa Solana

Review on BookNoir Barcelona has a fine tradition of original crime writers and, in general, Catalan fiction has ......
14 Aug

Date With Mystery by Julia Chapman

Review on BookNoir Date With Mystery, the third instalment in Julia Chapman’s excellent Dales Detective series, sees Bruncliffe’s ......
14 Aug

Gamble by Kerry Hadley-Pryce

Review on BookNoir I love reading books published by Salt Publishing. They are always original, thought-provoking and compelling ......
13 Aug

Sweet William by Iain Maitland

Review on BookNoir This may well be a thriller that’s equally pleasing to people who don’t normally read ......
12 Aug

Shame on You by Amy Heydenrych

Review on BookNoir As a result of her healthy living blog, which describes how she has beaten cancer ......
11 Aug

Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini by Cynthia von Buhler

Review on BookGeek For fans of the graphic crime novel who like something a little unusual, a bit ...
11 Aug

Rip the Angels from Heaven by David Krugler

Review on BookNoir David Krugler is a strong new voice in historical spy fiction. The first Ellis Voigt ......
10 Aug

Death in Summer by Michael Theurillat

Review on BookNoir When Philipp Bettlach, an eminent local banker, is shot dead on a golf course in ...
10 Aug

LEFT FIELD: The Dead by Christian Kracht

Review on BookNoir The Dead is a dark historical thriller, an allegorical tale, a gothic horror and a ......