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07 Apr

Gravesend by William Boyle

Review on BookNoir This is an intense and disturbing novel about Gravesend, a district of Brooklyn. The characters ......
07 Apr

The Kennedy Moment by Peter Adamson

Review on BookNoir A thriller is often a game of two halves, and The Kennedy Moment has a ...
06 Apr

Erin’s Cosy Corner: April Cosy Crime Preview

Article on BookNoir Welcome to the corner of BookNoir dedicated to all things cosy! This is the first ......
06 Apr

The Visitors by Catherine Burns

Review on BookNoir There’s something down in brother and sister John and Marion Zetland’s cellar and we get ......
05 Apr

Author meets Reviewer: Emma Viskic meets Paul Burke

Article on BookNoir Emma Viskic’s first novel, Resurrection Bay, made a big splash when it was published and ......
05 Apr

Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic

Review on BookNoir Resurrection Bay is the first in a new series set in Melbourne and featuring Caleb ......
04 Apr

Sunburn by Laura Lippman

Review on BookNoir Laura Lippman has once again proven why she is one of the world’s most respected ......
04 Apr

SECOND OPINION: Too Close to Breathe by Olivia Kiernan

Review on BookNoir I was intrigued to read this Irish crime writer as she was previously unknown to ...
04 Apr

Chicago by David Mamet

Review on BookNoir This isn’t one for the all-action fan despite being set in Chicago in the roaring ......
04 Apr

Greeks Bearing Gifts by Phillip Kerr

Competition on BookNoir A vicious murder puts Bernie Gunther on the trail of World War 2 criminals in ...
03 Apr

The Fighter by Michael Farris Smith

Review on BookNoir I have to admit to having a bit of a thing for novels, television and ...
03 Apr

The Transmigration of Bodies by Yuri Herrera

Review on BookNoir Herrera packs more into 100 pages than most novelists get into a full-blown blockbuster. The ......
02 Apr

BookNoir April Newsletter

Article on BookNoir Hello from crime land. March was pretty full on with reviews and features; World View ......
02 Apr

LEFT FIELD: Deep Sahara by Leslie Croxford

Review on BookNoir This is a difficult novel to categorise; it has elements of the thriller about it, ......
01 Apr

AUDIO: Time Bomb by Joelle Charbonneau

Review on BookNoir The Breakfast Club with bombs…? It really is a bit like that. A group of ...
31 Mar

The Fear by C.L. Taylor

Review on BookNoir C.L. Taylor is back, with yet another blockbusting, totally gripping, intense psychological thriller. This really ......
30 Mar

GOLDEN OLDIE: Rogue Male by Geoffrey Household

Review on BookNoir You may not have heard of Geoffrey Household, to be honest his novels have vanished ......
30 Mar

The Disappeared by C.J. Box

Review on BookNoir Sometimes you have an image of a writer’s style in your head that is totally ...
30 Mar

Two Little Girls by Kate Medina

Review on BookNoir To be honest, I kind of borrowed this book from NetGalley by accident. Some years ......
30 Mar

AUDIO: Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh

Review on BookNoir I’ve enjoyed the author’s previous work, her debut is one that really stands out in ......
30 Mar

La Frontera by Sam Hawken

Review on BookNoir Every time I read one of Hawken’s novels I enjoy it immensely; he is a ...