CRIMEFEST ANNOUNCES STAR-STUDDED 2017 LINE-UP AND PROGRAMME

April 25, 2017
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Anthony Horowitz, Ann Cleeves, Peter Lovesey, Martin Edwards and Robert Thorogood headline CrimeFest 2017 Anthony Horowitz, Ann Cleeves and Peter Lovesey are among the top names set to speak at this year’s CrimeFest in Bristol, 18th – 21st May. CrimeFest will once again host a stellar line-up of award-winning, bestselling crime fiction authors, as...

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FICTION: Feline Visitor by Aaron Fox-Lerner

April 12, 2017
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I’m not exaggerating when I say she worshiped the cat. Maybe it’s better to say she served it or waited upon it. She treated it like her (our) own personal king. Girls in Asia tend to like cute things. They dote upon cats and kittens and all that. There are cat cafes where you...

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Paul Levine has Bum Luck

March 28, 2017
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Paul Levine has Bum Luck

  No, really. His new legal thriller, titled Bum Luck, hits store shelves today. Rush out and get some Bum Luck of your own. A little-known fact about Paul…  “I’ve never been disbarred, committed, or charged with moral turpitude, and    the only time I was arrested it was a case of mistaken identity…I didn’t...

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FICTION: The Orange Chaser by Bill Surdenik

March 20, 2017
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The first thing I should admit, I guess, is that I’m not smart. It’s always the first obvious thing people figure. Even knowing it’s true I still have this instinct to fight against it, like a touch of stubborn vanity or just basic human dignity clutching on; it ain’t easy to swallow either way....

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Great Jones Street: The Netflix of Fiction

March 19, 2017
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Great Jones Street: The Netflix of Fiction

There’s an app for short fiction, and it’s Great Jones Street. A little while ago I had a chance to ask the forces behind GJS some questions, and Kelly Abbott, one of the creative forces behind GJS, took the time to answer some questions. What is Great Jones Street and why should people download this...

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Review: Honky Tonk Samurai by Joe R. Lansdale

February 27, 2017
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This Hap and Leonard novel opens thusly: “I don’t think we ask for trouble, me and Leonard. It just finds us. It often starts casually, and then something comes loose and starts to rattle, like an unscrewed bolt on a carnival ride. No big thing at first, just a loose, rattling bolt, then the...

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