Aberdeen is the perfect setting for crime fiction

Crime author Stuart McBride discusses Aberdeen's growing "artistic and cultural expertise", ahead of new literary festival Granite Noir. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2019-02-22 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Styles wins Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award

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Bradbury Noir: The Crimes of a Science Fiction Master

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Crime fiction boom as book sales rocket past 2019 levels

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Brian De Palma and Susan Lehman deliver a silly, fun pastiche of hard-boiled crime fiction

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Editors flock to prison tales and true crime while literary fiction flies pre-LBF

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Joffe Books acquires 350-strong Robert Hale crime and fiction list

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Barbour Launches Christian Fiction Series Based on True Crimes

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Quercus wins Yorkshire-set cosy crime series at auction

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Femi Kayode wins Little, Brown Award for crime fiction

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Espionage novel bags Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award

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Crime writer A L Gaylin moves to Orion Fiction

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