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Author Interview | Claire Kendal on I Spy

I Spy cleverly mixes elements of the psychological thriller with elements of the spy novel. What made you want to join those two genres together, and how difficult was it? The novel’s shout line is You don’t see me, but I see you. I think this really plays… Read More

Author Post | Liam McIlvanney on The Quaker

To someone growing up in the West of Scotland in the 1970s and 80s, the words ‘Bible John’ had a special resonance. You might overhear your parents saying the name in guarded voices, or bigger kids in the playground discussing the murders, how three women got killed in… Read More

Exclusive extract from HER TURN TO CRY by Chris Curran

Get a sneak peek of  Her Turn to Cry, the chilling new psychological thriller from Chris Curran, out Friday July 8th in eBook.  Chapter One The Pier Theatre, Hastings, Sussex – August 1953 Joycie usually loves it when Dad takes her to work with him. But… Read More

Blog profile: The Gymkhana Club @roshETC #KillerFest15

Your name: Roshni Radia Your blog’s name: The Gymkhana Club Blog’s URL: Gymkhanaclub.me Which types of books do you review?: I review and read all genres of books. Crime books are a passion of mine and I tweet about them all the time too What do you like about… Read More

From the archive: Poirot’s last case #killerfest15

1975 – This quirky pamphlet showcases Agatha Christie’s last Poirot case – ‘Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case’. In the style of a play’s programme, it gives details of the cast and crew (prominent members of the Collins business) and a synopsis of scenes. Read More

#KillerFest15 line-up

The KillerFest15 Crime Fiction line-up   Not registered to receive the full virtual programme yet? You still can here (for free)  Or why not check out the live events in Waterstones bookshops around the country AGATHA CHRISTIE – Exclusive cover reveal on Kill Reads… Read More

Blog profile: Dark Readers @DarkRReviews #KillerFest15

Your name: Stephen Your blog’s name: Dark Readers Blog’s URL: www.dark-readers.com Which types of books do you review? Everything, YA, Fantasy, Crime, Horror What do you like about crime fiction? That it is a timeless genre, fitting so well into so many aspects of fiction, not just in its… Read More

Blog profile: Reading Room with a View @readingroom79 #KillerFest15

Your name: Lisa Hall Your blog’s name: Reading Room with a View Blog’s URL: http://reading-room-with-a-view.blogspot.co.uk Which types of books do you review? I review most genres, but crime and psychological thrillers are my favourite. What do you like about crime fiction? I just love the twists and turns that come with reading crime… Read More