Jane Harper, Mick Herron and Abir Mukherjee are among the authors honoured at the Crime Writers Association's 2017 Daggers awards, with Ann Cleeves recognised for her "outstanding contribution... Read more
After a big song and dance was made about a non-fiction title to topping the Weekly E-Book Ranking, another has only gone and replicated the... Read more
Paula Hawkins reclaims her crown at the top of the Weekly E-Book Ranking chart, while Ann Cleeves' latest Shetlands title Cold Earth moves into second place. ... Read more
The Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) will give this year’s CWA Diamond Dagger, awarded every year to a crime author whose career has shown “sustained excellence”,... Read more
The Girl on the Train (Transworld) has bought its ticket for a ninth week as the Weekly E-Ranking number one, while Ann Cleeves’ Cold Earth... Read more
Crime writer Ann Cleeves has written a murder mystery script for libraries and booksellers to use in "author-less" events.
A collective of women crime writers in London and the South East are launching London’s first ever female-led crime festival.
For the first time J K Rowling's pseudonym Robert Galbraith has made the longlist for the £3,000 Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year.... Read more
A birthday, an awards and a showcase - here are the latest pictures of the week.
Pan Macmillan has partnered with North East Libraries to host a three-day festival, the Big North Book Run, in the run up to World Book Night.... Read more