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Top 10 Crime Reads 2014

I was asked recently by the team at Radio National Books and Arts Daily to do a wrap-up of my Top 5 favourite crime reads for 2014. 314 more words

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FictionFan Awards 2014 - Crime/Thriller Category - Standalones & Book of the Year 2014

Please rise…

…for this year’s nominees and winners of the annual FictionFan Awards of 2014 in the Crime Fiction/Thriller Category – Standalones.

The last reminder of the rules for this year… 1,756 more words

Book Review

The Best Books of 2014

Lauren Beukes’s fourth novel, BROKEN MONSTERS, about a possessed serial killer with a penchant for human taxidermy and an unquenchable thirst for attention, seamlessly fuses the unbridled ingenuity of Stephen King with the master craftsmanship of Michael Connelly’s police procedurals. 1,512 more words


Thanks For Watching As I Fall*

One of the ways that crime writers build up tension in a novel (and I admit, it’s not very fair in a way) is for otherwise solid, stable people – even people with strong reputations – to go on a downward spiral. 1,189 more words

Agatha Christie

Quote: Michael Robotham

“Write, write and when you’re sick of writing, write some more. It’s the only way to get better.”


In The Spotlight: Michael Robotham's The Suspect

Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. Michael Robotham’s Joe O’Loughlin series has become very highly regarded as a strong set of psychological thrillers. 1,228 more words


Naturally we have a something from the master – Stephen King, oldies but goodies and then a few more recent publications.

I dare you to read one of these! 11 more words

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