21 October 2016: Today’s crime fiction links

Posted: October 21, 2016 in Uncategorized

bulletBook review- A masterful exploration of guilt: The Living and the Dead in Winsford by Hakan NesserRevenge is a dish best served cold, goes a well known proverb. Swedish writer Hakan Nesser’s The Living and the Dead in Winsford (2015) is a tale of revenge and a masterful exploration of guilt set in the haunting ambience of the English moors.

Alex Kava’s Reckless Creed reviewed (via Crimespree): Reckless Creed by Alex Kava combines an intense mystery with characters that are relatable and likeable. The added bonus of these stories is that readers get a glimpse into the responsibilities and duties of search dogs and their handlers.

Bad things happen on beautiful days: Introducing Sunshine Noir – crime writing from hot countries: This Fiction Friday, read a new short story by award-winning crime-writing duo Michael Stanley from the anthology Sunshine Noir.



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