Danny Bird is back for a fourth adventure across London. A falling body, an intriguing mystery, darkly comic and thought provoking. Avaialble to buy direct here: Paperback e-Book (epub) e-Book (Kindle) And if you buy the paperback direct from Fahrenheit, you'll get an e-Book in your choice of format for free. Whist this is … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl -Review: Death of an Angel by Derek Farrell from Fahrenheit Press
I'm really happy today to host a guest post from Shotgun Honey and Fahrenheit author Aidan Thorn. I've read and reviewed three of his novellas over the last year, and really enjoyed all of them. Aidan has also been a huge supporter, backing #Fahrenbruary to the hilt and also this week for #IndieCrimeCrawl week he … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – Aidan Thorn Guest Post
A question for Will: How the actual **insert expletive of choice here** am I supposed to review this brilliant, twisted, warped, important and at times gut-wrenching tale? All the links you need to buy are available at Orenda Books. During the blog tour for Good Samaritans earlier in the year it was suggested by a … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – Review: Good Samaritans by Will Carver from Orenda Books
Shortly after I launched this blog last year I connected with the fine folks at Red Dog Press. They were a brand new indie publisher with a new crime book to promote, the opening entry in the Dr Alex Ripley series. Since then I have bought and reviewed every book they have published. In fact … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – Guest Post – What’s Another Year by M. Sean Coleman
A second outing for T.S Hunter’s Soho Noir series, the return of Joe and Russell. Expanding on the universe and continuing to highlight LGBT issues, Hunter’s excellent writing underpins a fast paced and gripping installment. Available to buy direct at: Red Dog Press E-Books available for Kindle Picking up only a few months after the … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – Review: Who’s That Girl by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press
Today marks the start of Indie Crime Crawl week, an initiative to support and promote indie crime publishing. When the wonderful Jo Perry first voiced the idea a few months ago, it was a no brainer as far as I was concerned to be getting involved. This is exactly my kind of thing. Supporting indies, … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – What is Indie?
Yesterday I posted my review of the inaugural release from 69 Crime, Bang Bang You're Dead / Worst Laid Plans by Nick Quantrill / Aidan Thorn (you can check that out here). Today I'm really excited to host a Q&A to support this fantastic book. Not just your typical Q&A though, I had a huge … Continue reading Guest Post: A 69 Crime Q&A with Aidan Thorn and Nick Quantrill