Tagged: crime

The resurgence of golden age crime

From ‘designing for backlist’ and deftly on to this year’s resurgence of golden age crime fiction, the classic crime genre is proving as popular as... Read more

Shortlist revealed for £20k Kindle Storyteller Award

Romance, crime and science fiction novels are among the five shortlisted books for the £20,000 Kindle Storyteller Award, which this year received a record number... Read more

Faber nets Swanson's 'ingenious' murder mystery

Peter Swanson's latest "ingenious" murder mystery Nine Lives has been scooped by Faber and will publish next spring. Read more

Viper snaps up Kate Simants' thriller

Serpent’s Tail's new crime imprint Viper will publish the second novel from former investigative undercover journalist and award-winning author Kate Simants. Read more

Richard Osman's fiction debut scooped by Viking for seven figures in 10-way auction

Viking has acquired TV presenter Richard Osman’s debut novel, The Thursday Murder Club, and one other novel, for a seven-figure sum, after triumphing in one... Read more

Fifty best thrillers by women list published 'to even the scales'

A list of 50 great thrillers by women, chosen by authors such as Sophie Hannah and Val McDermid, has been published by the Guardian following criticism of a Sunday... Read more

Canongate buys two more of Parks' Harry McCoy

Canongate will publish the next two books in Alan Parks’ Glasgow-set Harry McCoy crime series, likened by the publisher to a "Celtic Sopranos".... Read more

Raven launches its 'biggest ever campaign' for Clark-Platts' The Flower Girls

The marketing campaign for The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts will be Raven Books’ largest to date. Read more

Jewess joins Serpent's Tail from Titan Books

Serpent’s Tail has appointed Titan Books' Miranda Jewess to run the Serpent’s Tail crime list. Read more

Atlantic takes on Lethem's Trump-inspired thriller

Atlantic will publish Jonathan Lethem’s first crime novel for 20 years next April. Read more

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