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03 Oct

Reprobation by Catherine Fearns

Review on BookNoir Reprobation by Catherine Fearns is a murder mystery with a difference. Or perhaps that should ......
02 Oct

BLOG TOUR: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John le Carré

Review on BookNoir Welcome to the Nudge stop on Penguin’s epic John le Carré blog tour! The 27th ......
01 Oct

BookNoir October Newsletter

Article on BookNoir “And when we love our sin then we are damned indeed” Graham Greene, The Power and ......
01 Oct

Unrest by Jesper Stein

Review on BookNoir Being woken up in the middle of the night by headquarters is never nice, as ...
30 Sep

The Moving Blade (A Tokyo Mystery) by Michael Pronko

Review on BookNoir The Moving Blade is the highly entertaining follow up to The Last Train. It’s pacy, ......
29 Sep

SECOND OPINION: Here and Gone by Haylen Beck

Review on BookNoir This thriller will grip the reader from the beginning until its thunderous end. Audra and ......
29 Sep

When Trouble Sleeps by Leye Adenle

Review on BookNoir When Trouble Sleeps is an exceptional thriller for those who like their crime fiction on ......
28 Sep

Paul Burke’s Top 10 from ’68

Article on BookHugger 1968 is one of those years that stands out because of the iconic events that ...
28 Sep

The Thirty Five Timely and Untimely Deaths of Cumberland County by Mason Ball

Review on BookNoir This is the second book published by Unbound, an innovative new publisher with a radical ......
27 Sep

World Crime: Focus on Scotland

Article on BookNoir In honour of Bloody Scotland, which was held last weekend, our world crime feature this ......
27 Sep

Helpless by Barbara Gowdy

Review on BookNoir Celia Fox is a single mother who works from Monday to Thursday as a video ...
26 Sep

BLOG TOUR: Broken Ponies by Sophie Jonas-Hill

Review on BookNoir Welcome to the Nudge stop on the blog tour for Broken Ponies by Sophie Jonas-Hill! ......
25 Sep

GOLDEN OLDIE: Wayward Girl/The Widow by Orrie Hitt

Review on BookNoir Stark House had the brilliant idea of publishing their noir classic novels as double headers ......
25 Sep

The Ash Doll by James Hazel

Review on BookNoir Ex-detective Charlie Priest left the Met ten years ago, retrained as a lawyer and now ......
24 Sep

Author meets Reviewer: Amer Anwar meets Jade Craddock

Article on BookNoir Jade Craddock: The novel was originally released, I believe, as Western Fringes, can you tell ......
24 Sep

SECOND OPINION: The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard

Review on BookNoir Alison Smith, once a student in Dublin, met the love of her life, Will Hurley, ...
22 Sep

SECOND OPINION: Weeping Waters by Karin Brynard

Review on BookNoir Inspector Albertus Markus Beeslaar is new to his posting in a backwater town in farmland ......
22 Sep

Only to Sleep by Lawrence Osborne

Review on BookNoir Osborne gets Chandler and his version of the enduring detective, Philip Marlowe, is the best ......
21 Sep

Purged by Peter Laws

Review on BookNoir Purged is the debut novel by Peter Laws, “an ordained Baptist minister with a taste ......
21 Sep

Head Games: Novel by Craig McDonald and Graphic Novel by Craig McDonald and Kevin Singles

Review on BookNoir Whichever version of Head Games you choose to read, the novel or the graphic novel, ......
21 Sep

City Without Stars by Tim Baker

Review on BookNoir Tim Baker burst onto the crime fiction scene with an outstanding debut, Fever City, a ......