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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. ......
12 Nov

Bloody Scotland by Lin Anderson et al.

Review on BookNoir Bloody Scotland is a treasure trove of short stories. Twelve crime writers, twelve stories, each ......
12 Nov

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

Review on BookNoir Resort to Murder is the second in the Miss Dimont murder mysteries. It is set ...
11 Nov

Ten Books That Bite Back by Paul Burke

Article on BookGeek I like gritty fiction, grounded in reality, and I relax with noir detective novels. This ......
10 Nov

Pleasantville by Attica Locke

Review on BookNoir I was first introduced to the work of this author and her attorney Jay Porter ...
10 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Gill ......
09 Nov

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

Review on BookNoir This is the second book in a series set in the late 1950s that features ...
08 Nov

SECOND OPINION: The Winter’s Child by Cassandra Parkin

Review on BookNoir The first thing to say about The Winter’s Child is what a gorgeous, evocative cover. ......
07 Nov

Sleep No More by P.D. James

Review on BookNoir This collection of short stories by the late P.D. James just reminds us how much ...
06 Nov

Reading Group Guide: A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré

Article on BookChap In the first instalment in a regular new feature here on Nudge, Paul Burke offers ......
06 Nov

Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke

Review on BookNoir Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke is a novel about a black Texas Ranger, Darren Mathews, ......