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The lying game

Tell me a story. Tell me a lie. Find me the truth.  Tana French is a terrific storyteller, and in the fifth in the Dublin Murder Squad series, … 476 more words

The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)

Last year I was lucky enough to get a review copy of The Cuckoo’s Calling barely a month after it was revealed that Robert Galbraith was actually J.K. 946 more words


Tease by Amanda Maciel - Raw and Honest

Title: Tease

Author: Amanda Maciel

Genre: Contemporary/Bullying

Publisher: Hodder

Series/Standalone: Standalone

Pages: 348

Summary: Emma Putnam is dead, and it’s all Sara Wharton’s fault. At least, that’s what everyone seems to think.

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Book Reviews

Interview With Author Lexie Conyngham (The Tender Herb: A Murder in Mughal India, Historical Crime Fiction)

In your own words, please describe your book.

The Tender Herb: A Murder in Mughal India is a crime novel set around 1812, starting in Edinburgh and Italy. 1,099 more words

Historical Fiction Author Interviews

Chapter 4 Recap, L.A. Dreamers, a Hollywood Ghostwriter Mystery

Chapter 4 Recap
a Hollywood Ghostwriter Mystery
by Dakota Donovan

Holding my elbows, the two bodyguards escort me through the Brash Monkey and stop at a closed door painted flaming red. 1,606 more words


Strange Territory

Guest author on the blog today is David Honeybone, founder of the original Crime Factory magazine, with a terrific write up on the Melbourne Writers Festival panel ‘Strange Territory’. 998 more words
Angela Savage

The Cuckoo's Calling

“How easy it was to capitalize on a person’s own bent for self-destruction; how simple to nudge them into non-being, then to stand back and shrug and agree that it had been the inevitable result of a chaotic, catastrophic life.” 435 more words