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Small Town, Big Secrets #killerfest15

There are no secrets in a small town. Everyone knows everyone else, if not by name, then by face, by status, by reputation. People can try to keep a secret in a small town. (And they do. All the time.) But the law of averages is against them. Nine times… Read More

Q&A with author Jilliane Hoffman @jillianehoffman #killerfest15

Your name: Jilliane Hoffman Tell us about yourself: I was born and raised on Long Island, just outside New York City. I left NY after law school to take a position with the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office in Miami as an assistant state attorney. I was a felony criminal prosecutor for… Read More

Crime fiction recommended by crime authors to EVERYONE #killerfest15

We asked 30 different crime authors to pick 3 crime books they would recommend to EVERYONE. With thanks to Alexandra Burt, Anya Lipska, Ben McPherson, Bonnie MacBride, Bruce Holsinger, Chris Curran, Chris Nickson, Emma Kavanagh, Fergus McNeill, Ian Sansom, Isabelle Grey, James Craig, Jax Miller, Jilliane Hoffman, JJ Durham, JS Law, Lars Kepler,… Read More

Greg Iles whopping great giveaway #killerfest15

The Bone Tree is the phenomenal follow-up to Greg Iles’ blockbuster thriller Natchez Burning, featuring former prosecutor Penn Cage. To celebrate its publication this April, we’re giving away a SIGNED set of Greg’s whole backlist! For your chance to win, tweet us @KillerReads and include the hashtag: #KillerFest15… Read More

Q&A with authors Lars Kepler #killerfest15

Your name: Lars Kepler Tell us about yourself: We are a husband and wife team and our real names are Alexander Ahndoril and Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril. We were writers in our own names long before Lars Kepler. So we knew by experience that writing is one of the loneliest professions in the… Read More

Q&A with author Jane Casey @janecaseyauthor #killerfest15

Your name: Jane Casey Tell us about yourself: I was born and brought up in Dublin, then read English at Oxford. I worked in publishing for nine years, specialising in children’s books. I’ve now written ten crime novels: seven for adults and three for teens. I live in London. I’m married to… Read More

The Weapons of Tuesday #killerfest15

When deciding on what weapons would suit Tuesday I had to think carefully. I wanted them to be cool, stylish and completely unavailable. The last thing I wanted was to get a phone call about some copycat murder. I pull the 1934 Russian PB 9mm silenced pistol from my thigh… Read More

Q&A with author Bonnie MacBird @macbird #killerfest15

Your name: Bonnie MacBird Tell us about yourself: Born in San Francisco at a time when women wore gloves and hats to the city, and the world was giddily optimistic with peacetime and television and space travel.  I fell in love with Sherlock Holmes at age ten and read the… Read More

Blog profile: Books & Reviews @ms_adler #KillerFest15

Your name Elena Your blog’s name Books & Reviews Blog’s URL http://booksandreviews.wordpress.com Which types of books do you review? Crime fiction, mainly written by women, but also contemporary fiction by new women writers. What do you like about crime fiction? I think that crime fiction is a tool that… Read More

Q&A with author Peter James @peterjamesuk #killerfest15

Your name: Peter James Tell us about yourself: I was born and brought up in Brighton and I now have homes in Notting Hill in London and near Brighton in Sussex. Before I became a full time novelist I worked in film – both as a producer and screenwriter. Tell… Read More