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CrimeFest
One of the Guardian's 'Best Crime-Writing Festivals in the World'
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PubPerspectives 21h
From the week: The UK’s CrimeFest 2019 Honors Shukla, Lippman, Rowling |
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Kate Rhodes 13h
That's so kind Rachel, thank you! Lovely to meet you too. Hope we meet again soon 😊
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Tule Publishing May 18
Tule's own Meghan and Cyndi just returned from London, where they attended ! Enjoy some selected photos from their trip!
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Theakstons Festival May 19
Did you know? 🔍 YOU can attend the awards ceremony when the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year is announced! More information and tickets available here:
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Sarah Hilary May 18
Stoked by this review, which absolutely nails what I was trying to achieve in 👟
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Laura Wilson May 17
Latest crime fiction reviews, including and
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Marnie Riches May 17
Calling all . If you're looking for a slice of gritty Northern thrill in your , request on today!
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Sarah Hilary May 18
Dear lovely people, I have ONE SIGNED, PERSONALISED hardback of to give away 👟 Follow, like and retweet to be in with a chance. UK only (sorry). Closes midnight GMT on Sunday 19 May 👟
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Rebecca Bradley May 18
A great podcast episode for crime fans from ⁦⁩ this week as Jeffery Deaver talks about his writing routine - in various places and past and present routines.
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The Folio Society May 17
'Most crime writers feel the need to write an ‘island book’ sooner or later.' From 's Shutter Island to 's Lord of the Flies,  looks at the books that master this compelling setting.
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Sarah Hilary May 17
Thrilled to to find sitting pretty between these two fantastic books in the Top Twenty Crime Bestsellers over at who are a) cheaper than Amazon and b) support your local high street bookshop(s)
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Oldcastle Books May 16
'Barry Forshaw is the Statto of the crime fiction world' so says Paul Burke in his 'Rules of CrimeFest'
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Kate Simants May 15
Happy Publication Day to the wonderful , really excited about this one. Though after the panel at I do worry for poor Noah Jake...
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Tom Reagan’s Hat May 15
It’s Joseph Cotten’s birthday. He superbly played one of Hitchcock’s most complex villains in Shadow Of A Doubt. Charming, urbane & misogynistic to the bone. This turn to the camera is chilling.
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Sarah Hilary May 15
On Sunday 26 May at we'll be dissecting the enduring appeal of . I'll be chatting with & about twists, turns and why more women than ever are reading and writing these brilliant books. Tickets:
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Jennifer Leech May 15
A whopping 6 magnifying glasses from for Naming as a 'a game changer of British crime fiction' - couldn't agree more! Take a look at this ace review here
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Tom Wood May 15
I was in Bristol at the weekend for CrimeFest and it was great fun and I met lots of lovely people. The city itself is also full of beauty, some obvious but much hidden that makes exploring a joy. Highly recommend visiting
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Nick Quantrill May 15
Check out the ace 2019 programme. 13th July, I'll talking 'Crime Around The World' with & (11am). In the evening, I'll be quizzing crime-writing powerhouse (7pm).
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Bute Noir May 14
What do you think of our new logo? Getting ready to reveal our line up for this Thursday 16th May, 12 noon🕵️‍♂️
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HarperFiction May 15
is out in the wild! 🕵️‍♂️ Out TOMORROW, you can pre-order your copy here:
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