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A Tribute to M.C. Beaton

We’re very saddened by the passing of our beloved author M.C. Beaton who passed away in December at the age of 83.     As author of the much-loved Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth series she was adored by many readers and to honour her memory we have pulled together some of her extremely impressive […]

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Desert Island Crime with Craig Russell

Welcome to Desert Island Crime, where each week we ask a bestselling author: If you were stranded on a desert island and had to choose 8 books to take with you. What would you pick and why?   This week, we ask Craig Russell, author of the thrilling The Devil Aspect, to reveal his top picks. […]

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Kate Ellis discusses her new Wesley Peterson mystery, Dead Man’s Lane

  The paperback publication of one of my Wesley Peterson novels is always a cause for celebration. After all the hard work of planning, writing, re-writing and editing, it’s fantastic to see the finished book in the shops at last and to hear how much readers have enjoyed it. Wesley’s latest case (his twenty third) […]

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Desert Island Crime with Rebecca Griffiths

If you were stranded on a desert island and had to choose 8 books to take with you. What would you pick and why? In today’s feature, Rebecca Griffiths, the author of A Place to Lie, recommends her crime and thriller favourites. Over to you Rebecca: Rebecca Griffiths: Maigret at the Crossroads — Georges Simenon I […]

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Q&A with Rebecca Griffiths

Q&A with Rebecca Griffiths author of A Place to Lie Tell us a bit about A Place to Lie. The book tells the story of two sisters, Caroline and Joanna, who, recovering from their mother’s attempted suicide spend the summer of 1990 at their great-aunt’s holiday cottage near the Forest of Dean.  What should have […]

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Q&A with Alex Marwood

Alex Marwood, author of The Poison Garden, talks exclusively to The Crime Vault about her new novel. 1) Tell us about The Poison Garden and what inspired you to write it. I think it’s been coming for a while, honestly. As an obdurate contrarian, I’ve been wondering about what makes people adhere to nonsensical rules since […]

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Desert Island Crime with Michael Robotham

  Welcome to Desert Island Crime, where each month a well-known Crime and Thriller writer will reveal the 8 chilling titles that they’d take with them if stranded on a desert Island. This month we welcome Michael Robotham, author of Good Girl, Bad Girl to reveal all…Over to you Michael! SMILLA’S FEELING FOR SNOW by […]

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Thrilling audio books to listen to this #LoveAudio week

Crime is, in our opinion, one of the best genres to listen to in audio book so we couldn’t let #LoveAudio week pass without sharing a very small selection of our top picks…   Lethal White by Robert Galbraith, read by Robert Glenister          Their Little Secret, written and read by Mark […]

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Q&A with S.R. Masters

Exclusive Q&A with S.R. Masters, author of The Killer You Know. Tell us about The Killer You Know? It’s about a group of childhood friends from a claustrophobic village in the middle of nowhere returning home for a reunion as adults—only the strange member that once joked about being a serial killer when he grew […]

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Desert Island Crime with Jessica Fellowes

Welcome to Desert Island Crime, where each week a bestselling crime writer reveals their top chilling titles. This week, we ask Jessica Fellowes, author of The Mitford Murders and Bright Young Dead what 8 titles she would take with her if stranded on a desert island. Over to you Jessica…. Jessica Fellowes: Strangely enough, I have […]

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A Q&A with M. W. Craven

Describe The Puppet Show in 10 11 words. Misanthropic detective and genius civilian hunt serial killer in Lake District.   What was your initial inspiration for The Puppet Show? The inspiration came from an argument I had with a colleague when I was still working for the probation service. He said there was a stone […]

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How Wilderness came to life by B. E. Jones

B. E. Jones discusses the inspiration for her new psychological thriller, Wilderness, which is out on 4th April. As a child I loved poring over books, fantasising about film locations, planning trips to far-flung places and inventing stories I could find myself part of when I arrived there. Yes, I was a kid with an […]

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