In Dead Is Better, murder victim Charlie Stone’s confusion is mitigated by Rose, his new-found afterlife canine companion Dead Is Better is available in e-book and in print.
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In My Sunshine Away, M.O. Walsh’s debut novel, the story revolves around what happens in the aftermath of a brutal crime rather than the search for a solution Photo of M.O. Walsh ©Sam Gregory Photography Click on thumbnail above to see the schedule for M.O. Walsh’s appearances.
Before He Finds Her features the well-cultivated “creep factor” that every psychological suspense novel needs Ramsey Miller’s plan to have a block party for the end of the world sounded like a good one, at least to him. Until his wife and—at least everyone thought—his daughter were murdered. Except his daughter survived and has… Read more »
Justice, poetic and otherwise, is one of the things being sought in The Carrier, the most recent addition to Sophie Hannah’s Zailer and Waterhouse series of crime novels Sophie Hannah, a self-described “structure freak,” talks about the common ground shared by poetry and crime fiction, an event that happened to her that inspired part… Read more »
What could possibly go wrong when Raf—who happens to suffer from a circadian rhythm disorder—the world of pirate radio and the drug-infused world of dance raves in South London find themselves caught in the crossfire between an unscrupulous mining company and a cadre of Burmese revolutionaries? In Glow, lots. Ned thoughtfully provided an… Read more »
The stories written by the authors featured in the next three episodes take us all over the map: Ned Beauman’s Glow from Myanmar to South London; Sophie Hannah’s The Carrier from Germany to England; and Michael Kardos’ Before He Finds Her from West Virginia to the New Jersey Shore
Jane Whitefield is back in A String of Beads, the latest installment in the Edgar Award winning author’s series about the woman who helps people disappear Find out more about Tom and his novels at his website. Photo of Thomas Perry ©Jo Perry
A special Christmas edition with the author of Bryant & May and the Bleeding Heart, the most recent addition to the unique series of procedurals Photo of Christopher Fowler © En Route Photography
The hunt for the identity of the skeleton of the title of The Skeleton Road, Val McDermid’s newest stand-alone novel, takes readers through both time and geography: from the ruins of a Victorian building in Edinburgh and Radcliffe Camera in Oxford to Zagreb, Croatia; from a contemporary United Kingdom to the bloody Balkan war of… Read more »
In The Convert’s Song, Sebastian Rotella picks up the story of Valentín Pescatore, first introduced in Triple Crossing With his time patrolling The Line, as the border between San Diego and Tijuana is known, now in the past, ProPublica.com’s award-winning investigative journalist Sebastian Rotella’s Pescatore has relocated to Buenos Aires and joined forces… Read more »