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
Two brilliant novellas, one volume. Tied together by a common theme, but very different in their execution. Fast and exciting reads. A great debut from this exciting new imprint. Available to buy at: Paperback (Inlcuding Free E-Book download) E-Book (ePub) E-Book (Kindle) Let’s get the really nerdy bit out of the way first. This … Continue reading Review: Bang Bang You’re Dead / Worst Laid Plans by Nick Quantrill / Aidan Thorn from 69crime
So, my friends at Fahrenheit have had a week of exciting announcements, once again pushing what indie publishing can be about. As well as the release of the final entry in the Tranquillity Trilogy by Linden Chase they have launched #Fahrenbundle and 69Crime. Linden Chase’s Tranquillity Trilogy is a psychological thriller in a dystopian near … Continue reading An Exciting Week for Fahrenheit… Some Thoughts…
Antipodean noir. Compelling characters, thought provoking story, gripping and tense throughout. A heady mix for an excellently crafted thriller. All the buy links you need are at Orenda's website page for Overkill First published over a decade ago in Vanda Symons native New Zealand, Overkill was brought to the UK last year by the wonderful … Continue reading Review: Overkill by Vanda Symon from Orenda Books
Gory, gruesome, lurid, classic pulp horror. Engaging characters and an ever-present threat make for a tense and exciting book. For horror fans this is a huge amount of fun. All of the links you need to buy either direct or from your retailer of choice can be found on the Paperbacks From Hell page at … Continue reading Review: The Nest by Gregory A Douglas from Valancourt Books
Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback E-Book (ePub) E-Book (Kindle) (This review was originally posted in fifteen parts across #Fahrenbruary, the below brings all of those posts together in one place) Introduction. Noirville is an anthology of fifteen short stories that were pieced together through a short … Continue reading Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Books