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21 Jun

The Man Between by Charles Cumming

Review on BookNoir If you’re a fan of intelligent spy fiction, Cumming’s novels are always a treat to ......
20 Jun

Author meets Reviewer: Steve Cavanagh meets Jade Craddock

Article on BookNoir Jade Craddock: Many readers have been excited about Thirteen for a long time, not least ......
20 Jun

Singapore Girl by Murray Bailey

Review on BookNoir Based in Singapore, Ash Carter is an ex-military policeman who is now working for the ......
19 Jun

Ghost by James Swallow

Review on BookNoir This is James Bond for the twenty-first century. From the opening chase to the rip ......
18 Jun

Baby Blue by Pol Koutsakis

Review on BookNoir A pacy thriller set in the scorched earth landscape of post crash Athens. Noir with ......
18 Jun

My Husband’s Lies by Caroline England

Review on BookNoir The tagline of this book is ‘Everyone has a secret…’. Well, there are quite a ......
17 Jun

Blog Tour: The Poison Bed by E.C. Fremantle

Review on BookHugger Robert Carr was a largely self-made man; the impoverished son of a minor noble family, ......
17 Jun

City of Sinners by A.A. Dhand

Review on BookNoir City of Sinners is another cracking thriller from Dhand, the very lifeblood of the new ......
16 Jun

Widows by Lynda La Plante

Review on BookNoir I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that Widows punctured the national psyche and ......
16 Jun

SECOND OPINION: The Stolen Child by Sanjida Kay

Review on BookNoir After many years of trying unsuccessfully to have a baby, Zoe and Ollie Morley apply ......
15 Jun

Blog Tour: The Chosen Ones by Howard Linskey

Review on BookNoir The idea of a disoriented girl waking up and realising she is trapped inside a ...
14 Jun

The Pyramid of Mud by Andrea Camilleri

Review on BookNoir The latest Montalbano thriller from Andrea Camilleri has been translated into English and The Pyramid ......
13 Jun

Ten Top Thrillers for Father’s Day

Article on BookNoir Father’s Day 2018 is drawing near (hint for last-minute shoppers: it’s this coming Sunday [17th ......
13 Jun

The Magpie Tree by Katherine Stansfield

Review on BookNoir Jamaica Inn, Cornwall, 1844: The talk in the bar is of witchcraft, murder and intrigue. ......
13 Jun

Smoking Kills by Antoine Laurain

Review on BookNoir This is a real tonic for the soul. I read so many dark, sometimes unremittingly ...
12 Jun

Author meets Reviewer: Martyn Waites meets Paul Burke

Article on BookNoir The Old Religion is the latest crime novel from Newcastle-born author Martyn Waites. Martyn also ......
12 Jun

The Ways of the Wolfe by James Carlos Blake

Review on BookNoir This is the fourth novel in the superb Wolfe chronicles from Blake. Fans will not ......
12 Jun

Mine by Susi Fox

Review on BookNoir Mine preys on the fears of many a new mum, particularly those who haven’t been ......
11 Jun

BookNoir: May/June Graphic Novels Round-Up

Article on BookNoir This latest instalment in the BookNoir Graphic Novels Round-Up feature introduces some of the best ......
11 Jun

Ivory Pearl by Jean-Patrick Manchette

Review on BookNoir Ivory Pearl (La Princesse du Sang) is a rediscovered gem, nothing short of a masterpiece. ......
11 Jun

Keeper by Johana Gustawsson

Review on BookNoir Johana Gustawsson follows up her highly successful debut with Keeper, a brilliant second book in ......