Crazy about House of Cards? Nuts about The Night Manager? Bonkers for Peaky Blinders? Whatever series you're watching, we’ve got the perfect thriller to read alongside it.
2017 has been a treat for crime lovers. Look back on a year of breakout debuts, familiar sleuths, page-turning mysteries and much more...
Need a good crime fiction novel to sink your teeth into? Here are our suggestions that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
If you're anything like us, you find great pleasure in spending your autumn evenings engrossed in a great crime book.
Malcolm Mackay, award-winning Scottish crime writer and author of the Glasgow Trilogy, discusses the significance of place in crime fiction.
Miss Marple can solve crimes that have the professionals baffled, and DI Sarah Lund is willing to give up her personal happiness to catch a killer. Here are a few of our favourite females detectives from the page and screen.
JoAnn Chaney, author of dark debut What You Don't Know, shares some of her favourite crime-busting teams in fiction.
Fiona Cummins, author of Rattle and creator of one of the most frightening serial killers we've come across in decades, on why we like to read about psychopaths.
The Dagger award recognises authors whose crime writing careers have been marked by sustained excellence, and who have made a significant contribution to the genre.
Emma Flint, author of gripping debut thriller Little Deaths, explores what it is that makes a real-life crime stick in the public imagination.
Mandasue Heller discusses the first hand, traumatic experience that inspired her new book, Run.
We questioned, debut author of the mysterious and entrancing The Other Mrs Walker, Mary Paulson-Ellis on how she would commit her perfect (fictional) murder...
Struggling to find the perfect gift for the crime fiction lover in your life? Look no further. We've got a great selection of books they'll be happy to find under the tree.
Welcome to the Hurricane Book Club; a remote book club running online, in bookshops and libraries across Scotland with special events at Orkney Libraries and Glasgow Libraries.
David DeSteno shares why willpower isn’t the only psychological tool you need to give up smoking for...
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