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.
In Melanie Raabe's new novel, Linda sets up a trap to capture the killer of her sister Anna. But how would Melanie commit the perfect murder...
The shortest of short stories from Scottish crime writer Malcolm Mackay.
Prefer a clever whodunit to a shocking thriller? Here’s our pick of the best crime novels that offer a compelling mystery without all the gory details.
Sue Grafton's Alphabet series of novels, featuring clever, feisty and funny Californian private eye Kinsey Millhone, in order from A to X.
Debbie Howells introduces our first Thin Blue Spine Crime Book Club choice, The Beauty of the End.
From classic crime novels to hard-boiled detective fiction, David Baldacci picks his favourite crime books of all time.
Bestselling author of The Bones of You, Debbie Howells, on the difficulties of proving anyone's innocence.
Malcolm Mackay, author of For Those Who Know the Ending, on the difficulty of keeping up with the latest in criminal technology and cyber crime.
Every year crime fiction readers and writers make their way to Harrogate for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival. Here's a run down of where you can catch our authors at this year's festival.
Louise Millar, author of City of Strangers, tells us why she loves crime writing festivals and we share our pick of the best events for crime thriller fans.
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