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1/02/09 The Independent's roundup includes 'Burial' by Neil Cross.

1/02/09 The Observer reviews 'Bulldog Drummond' by Sapper.

1/02/09 The Observer reviews 'When Will There Be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

31/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'And Then There Was No One' by Gilbert Adair.

31/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie' by Alan Bradley.

31/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'Kill Your Friends' by John Niven.

29/01/09 The Times reviews 'British Crime Writing: An Encyclopedia' edited by Barry Forshaw.

29/01/09 The Times reviews 'Brodeck's Report' by Philippe Claudel.

28/01/09 The Telegraph reviews 'The Monster of Florence: A True Story' by Douglas Preston with Mario Spezi.

28/01/09 The Telegraph reviews 'Hypocrites' Isle' by Ken McClure, 'Dead Line' by Stella Rimington and 'The Edge of Madness' by Michael Dobbs.

25/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The House at Midnight' by Lucie Whitehouse.

25/01/09 The Independent reviews 'Darkness Rising' by Frank Tallis.

25/01/09 The Observer reviews 'The Monster of Florence: A True Story' by Douglas Preston with Mario Spezi.

24/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The Samaritan's Secret' by Matt Rees.

24/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The Paper Moon' by Andrea Camilleri.

24/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The Crossroads' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

23/01/09 The Independent reviews 'Pavel & I' by Dan Vyleta.

21/01/09 The Telegraph reviews 'Vita Nuova' by Magdalen Nabb and 'To Steal Her Love' by Matti Joensuu.

20/01/09 The Independent reviews 'Burial' by Neil Cross.

18/01/09 The Guardian's 1000 books everone must read: Crime Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

17/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The House at Midnight' by Lucie Whitehouse.

16/01/09 The Independent reviews 'An Expert in Murder' by Nicola Upson.

16/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The Crossroads' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

16/01/09 In The Guardian John Mortimer's obituary.

11/01/09 The Times reviews 'The Girl who Played with Fire' by Stieg Larsson.

11/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The Hidden' by Tobias Hill.

11/01/09 The Observer reviews 'The Winter Ground : A Dandy Gilver Mystery' by Catriona McPherson.

10/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'A Vengeful Longing' by RN Morris.

10/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'The Girl who Played with Fire' by Stieg Larsson.

9/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The State Counsellor' by Boris Akunin.

9/01/09 The Independent reviews 'Darkness Rising' by Frank Tallis.

7/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle' by Russell Miller.

4/01/09 The Independent reviews 'The Taint of Midas' by Anne Zouroudi.

4/01/09 The Observer reviews 'The Crossroads' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

3/01/09 The Guardian reviews 'Skin and Bones' by Tom Bale.

31/12/08 The Times reviews 'The Girl who Played with Fire' by Stieg Larsson.

30/12/08 The Telegraph reviews historical thrillers by Aly Monroe, Boris Akunin, Susanna Gregory and Charlie Owen.

30/12/08 The Telegraph reviews 'And Then There Was No One' by Gilbert Adair.

14/12/08 The Observer reviews 'The Roar of the Butterflies' by Reginald Hill.

13/12/08 The Guardian reviews 'Burial' by Neil Cross.

13/12/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Coroner' by M R Hall.

13/12/08 The Guardian reviews 'Bravo Jubilee' by Charlie Owen.

13/12/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Poisoned Mind' by Natasha Cooper.

8/12/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Portobello' by Ruth Rendell.

6/12/08 The Guardian reviews 'Bulldog Drummond' by Sapper.

5/12/08 The Independent reviews 'The Painter of Battles' by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

5/12/08 In The Independent Boyd Tonkin looks at Scandinavian crime fiction.

3/12/08 The Metro interviews Anna Blundy.

29/11/08 The Independent profiles Henning Mankell.

29/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Dark Echo' by F G Cottam.

29/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Maze of Cadiz' by Aly Clare.

29/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Nothing to Fear' by Matthew d'Ancona.

29/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Portobello' by Ruth Rendell.

28/11/08 The Times's Christmas Books 2008: Crime.

27/11/08 The Telegraph interviews Michael Dobbs.

27/11/08 The Independent reviews 'The Phantom of Rue Royale' by Jean-Francois Parot.

25/11/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Saladin Murders' by Matt Rees, 'The Lemur' by Benjamin Black, 'The Winter Ground' by Catriona McPherson and 'Cliffhanger' by T J Middleton.

26/11/08 In The Sunday Times, Henning Mankell on Kenneth Branagh's Wallander.

22/11/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Portobello' by Ruth Rendell.

22/11/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Moriarty' by John Gardner.

22/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Bait' by Nick Brownlee.

22/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Phantom of Rue Royale' by Jean-Francois Parot.

22/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'No More Dying' by David Roberts.

22/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Blood Runs Cold' by Alex Barclay.

22/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Pyramid' by Henning Mankell.

21/11/08 The Independent reviews 'Portobello' by Ruth Rendell.

19/11/08 The Sunday Times interviews Ian Rankin.

16/11/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Soul Murder' by Andrew Nugent, 'Moriarty' by John Gardner and 'Black Butterfly' by Mark Gatiss.

15/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Jumping the Cracks' by Victoria Blake.

14/11/08 The Independent reviews 'Nothing to Fear' by Matthew d'Ancona.

13/11/08 The Independent reviews 'Child's Play' by Carmen Posadas.

9/11/08 The Independent reviews 'A Scandalous Man' by Gavin Esler.

8/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'Cliffhanger' by T J Middleton.

8/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Priest of Evil' by Matti Joensuu.

2/11/08 The Independent interviews Mark Gatiss.

1/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Edge of Madness' by Michael Dobbs.

1/11/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Simple Act of Violence' by R J Ellory.

31/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Romanno Bridge' by Andrew Greig.

30/10/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Comfort of Saturdays' by Alexander McCall Smith.

27/10/08 The Independent reviews 'The Vampire of Ropraz' by Jacques Chessex.

26/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Priest of Evil' by Matti Joensuu.

24/10/08 The Independent reviews 'A Scandalous Man' by Gavin Esler.

24/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Real World' by Natsuo Kirino.

19/10/08 The Independent's forgotten author this week is Gladys Mitchell.

19/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black.

19/10/08 The Guardian mini-interviews Peter Robinson.

19/10/08 The Sunday Times interviews Ian Rankin.

19/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Revelation' by C J Samson.

19/10/08 The Observer reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black.

18/10/08 The Times reviews 'The Lemur' by Benjamin Black and 'Tattoo' by Manuel Vázquez Montalban.

17/10/08 The New York Times reviews 'Third Strike' by Zoe Sharp.

16/10/08 The Independent reviews 'The Lemur' by Benjamin Black.

16/10/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Whispered Name' by William Brodrick.

12/10/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Pyramid' by Henning Mankell, 'Anarchy and Old Dogs' by Colin Cotterill and 'The Winter Ground' by Catriona McPherson.

12/10/08 The Independent reviews 'The Glass of Time' by Michael Cox.

12/10/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Whispered Name' by William Brodrick.

11/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'Hangman Blind' by Cassandra Clark.

11/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Taint of Midas' by Anne Zouroudi.

11/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Darker Domain' by Val McDermid.

11/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'Death of a Dancer' by Caro Peacock.

10/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories' by Agatha Christie.

5/10/08 The Observer reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

5/10/08 The Observer reviews the audio version of 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

5/10/08 The Independent reviews 'No Trace' by Barry Maitland.

5/10/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Slaughter Pavilion' by Catherine Sampson and 'Cliffhanger' by T J Middleton.

4/10/08 The Telegraph's reviews include 'Doors Open' by Ian Rankin and 'Pyramid' by Henning Mankell.

4/10/08 The Guardian reviews the audio version of 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Six Unabridged Stories Vol 1' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Edward Hardwicke.

4/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Night Climbers' by Ivo Stourton.

4/10/08 The Guardian reviews the audio version of 'Doors Open' by Ian Rankin, read by James Macpherson.

4/10/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

3/10/08 The Independent reviews 'The Glass of Time' by Michael Cox.

3/10/08 The Independent reviews 'Priest of Evil' by Matti Joensuu.

30/09/08 The Independent reviews 'Arctic Chill' by Arnaldur Indridason.

28/09/08 The Independent reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

28/09/08 The Independent reviews 'The Arsenal Stadium Mystery' by Leonard Gribble.

28/09/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Dial M for Merde' by Stephen Clarke.

27/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'Savage Moon' by Chris Simms.

27/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

26/09/08 The Independent reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

24/09/08 The Independent reviews 'Silks' by Dick & Felix Francis.

21/09/08 The Sunday Times reviews the abridged audio version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson.

21/09/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Not So Perfect Crime' by Teresa Solana.

21/09/08 The Independent's crime in brief includes 'Doors Open' by Ian Rankin.

21/09/08 The Observer reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

21/09/08 The Observer reviews 'Nina Todd Has Gone' by Lesley Glaister.

20/09/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

20/09/08 In The Telegraphm Charles Cumming reviews 'A Most Wanted Man' by John le Carre.

20/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'Doors Open' by Ian Rankin.

20/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Whispered Name' by William Brodrick.

20/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Slaughter Pavilion' by Catherine Sampson.

19/09/08 The Times interviews Arnaldur Indridason.

19/09/08 In The Times, Marcel Berlins' roundup includes the latest from Ian Rankin and Val McDermid.

19/09/08 In The Independent Boyd Tonkin talks to Ian Rankin.

17/09/08 In The Guardian - an article on Scandinavian crime films.

14/09/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Doors Open' by Ian Rankin.

14/09/08 The Independent reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

14/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

13/09/08 In The Scotsman Gerald Kaufman rounds up crime fiction.

13/09/08 In The Guardian Ruth Rendell on Arthur Conan Doyle.

13/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Mysterious Affair of Style' by Gilbert Adair.

13/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'In the Absence of Iles' by Bill James.

13/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'October Skies' by Alex Scarrow.

13/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'Easy Kill' by Lin Anderson.

13/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'Silks' by Dick Francis and Felix Francis.

12/09/08 The Independent reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

9/09/08 The Independent reviews 'The Bellini Card' by Jason Goodwin.

8/09/08 The Edinburgh Evening News interviews Paul Johnston.

7/09/08 In The Independent Christopher Fowler's forgotten author is R Austin Freeman.

7/09/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

7/09/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Arctic Chill' by Arnaldur Indridason and 'Silks' by Dick and Felix Francis.

6/09/08 The Guardian reviews 'My Little Armalite' by James Hawes.

2/09/08 The Telegraph has a feature on John le Carre including a video and a ticket offer.

2/09/08 The Guardian has Ruth Rendell and her 12 favourite pieces.

31/08/08 The Scotland on Sunday rounds up crime fiction.

31/08/08 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Ruth Rendell.

31/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

31/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'When Will There be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

31/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews the (abridged) audio version of 'Death in a White Tie' by Ngaio Marsh.

31/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

31/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Tattoo' by Manuel Vazquez Montalban and 'A Darker Domain' by Val McDermid.

31/08/08 The Sunday Times interviews Dick Francis.

31/08/08 The Observer reviews 'What Was lost' by Catherine O'Flynn.

31/08/08 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'When Will There be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson and 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

30/08/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

30/08/08 The Times reviews 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

30/08/08 The Times briefly reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

30/08/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

30/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine, 'Crime' by Irvine Welsh, 'When Will There be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson and 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

30/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'Toyko Year Zero' by David Peace.

30/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Private Patient' by P D James.

29/08/08 The Times reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

29/08/08 The Independent interviews P D James.

26/08/08 The Independent selects ten best thrillers.

24/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'When Will There be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

24/08/08 In The Independent Christopher Fowler writes about 'forgotten' author Peter Van Greenaway.

24/08/08 The Independent interviews Ruth Rendell.

24/08/08 The Sunday Times article on the 'new' Enid Blyton titles.

24/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Birthday Present' by Barbara Vine.

24/08/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'A Darker Domain' by Val McDermid.

23/08/08 The Times has a feature on Stieg Larsson.

23/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Snowball in Hell by Christopher Brookmyre.

23/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'Perfect Night' by Peter Grimsdale.

23/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Minutes of the Lazarus Club' by Tony Pollard.

23/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Widow's Secret' by Brian Thompson.

22/08/08 The Independent reviews 'When Will There be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

21/08/08 In The Independent "Should Enid Blyton be hailed as the best writer for children?".

21/08/08 The Scotsman interviews The Mulgray Twins.

20/08/08 In The Guardian Lucy Mangan on Enid Blyton's popularity.

17/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Blackout' by Gianluca Morozzi and 'No Trace' by Barry Maitland.

17/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Missing Person's Guide to Love' by Susanna Jones.

17/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews the (abridged) audio version of 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

16/08/08 The Telegraph thriller round-up includes 'The Survivor' by Tom Cain and 'Red to Black' by Alex Dryden.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Mammoth Book of Best Crime Comics' edited by Paul Gravett.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Soul Collector' by Paul Johnston.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'When Will There Be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'First Among Sequels' by Jasper Fforde.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Draining Lake' by Arnaldur Indridason.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'Echoes from the Dead' by Johan Theorin.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'Tattoo' by Manuel Vazquez Montalban.

16/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'In the Dark' by Mark Billingham.

16/08/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Minutes of the Lazarus Club' by Tony Pollard.

15/08/08 In The Times, Marcel Berlins' round-up includes 'In the Dark' by Mark Billingham, 'All the Colours of Darkness' by Peter Robinson and 'Angels Unaware' by Mike Ripley.

14/08/08 The Times reviews 'Point of Rescue' by Sophie Hannah.

13/08/08 The Independent reviews 'All the Colours of Darkness' by Peter Robinson.

10/08/08 The Telegraph interviews Ruth Rendell.

10/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Mind's Eye' by Hakan Nesser and 'The Blood Detective' by Dan Waddell.

9/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

9/08/08 The Edinburgh Evening News interviews Christopher Brookmyre.

8/08/08 The Times interviews Kate Atkinson.

8/08/08 The Scotsman reviews 'When Will There Be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

7/08/08 The Independent reviews 'The Minutes of the Lazarus Club' by Tony Pollard.

3/08/08 In The Independent Mark Timlin's reviews include 'Perfect Night' by Peter Grimsdale.

3/08/08 The Telegraph reviews 'In the Dark' by Mark Billingham and 'Vita Nuova' by Magdalen Nabb.

3/08/08 The Sunday Times reviews eight new thrillers.

3/08/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'When Will There Be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson.

2/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Redemption of Alexander Seaton' by Shona Maclean.

2/08/08 The Guardian reviews 'Point of Rescue' by Sophie Hannah.

1/08/08 The Independent reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

30/07/08 The Independent reviews 'The Sweetness Of Life' by Paulus Hochgatterer.

27/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Bellini Card' by Jason Goodwin.

27/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Sweetness Of Life' by Paulus Hochgatterer.

27/07/08 The Independent reviews the audio version of 'The Beckoning Lady' by Margery Allingham.

27/07/08 The Observer reviews 'The Late Hector Kipling' by David Thewlis, 'Lullabies for Little Criminals' by Heather O'Neill and 'Twelve Twenty Three' by Eoin McNamee.

26/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'Agatha Christie: An English Mystery' by Laura Thompson.

26/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Voyage Round John Mortimer: The Biography' by Valerie Grove.

23/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'Sideways in Crime' edited by Lou Anders.

22/07/08 The Independent has a feature: Crime fiction: Around the world in 80 sleuths.

20/07/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Bleeding Heart Square' by Andrew Taylor, 'Ashes to Ashes' by Barbara Nadel, 'Death on a Branch Line' by Andrew Martin, 'The Bellini Card' by Jason Goodwin and 'The Prophet Murders' by Mehmet Murat Somer.

20/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Widow's Secret' by Brian Thompson.

20/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Echoes From the Dead' by Johan Theorin.

19/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'Self's Deception' by Bernhard Schlink and '12:23' by Eoin McNamee.

19/07/08 The Guardian recommends some crime, thrillers and science fiction.

18/07/08 The Inverness Courier interviews Shona MacLean.

18/07/08 The Times reviews 'Deadline' by Simon Kernick.

15/07/08 The Independent reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

13/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Victoria Vanishes' by Christopher Fowler and 'A Death in Tuscany' by Michele Giuttari.

12/07/08 The Guardian reviews the audio versions of: 'The Janissary Tree' (abridged) by Jason Goodwin and 'Paul Temple and the Sullivan Mystery' by Francis Durbridge.

12/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'End Games' by Michael Dibdin.

12/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'Bones in the Belfry' by Suzette A Hill, 'Death on a Branch Line' by Andrew Martin and 'Broken' by Karin Fossum.

12/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Paper Moon' by Andrea Camilleri, 'The Mind's Eye' by Hakan Nesser, 'The Murder Farm' by Andrea Maria Schenkel and 'Havana Gold' by Leonardo Padura.

6/07/08 The Independent reviews 'End Games' by Michael Dibdin.

6/07/08 The Independent reviews 'The Messenger of Athens' by Anne Zouroudi.

5/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Bloomsday Dead' by Adrian McKinty, 'Timebomb' by Gerald Seymour and 'The Last Straight Face' by Bruce Kennedy Jones and Eric Allison.

5/07/08 The Guardian reviews 'Paying For It' by Tony Black.

5/07/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Widow's Secret' by Brian Thompson, 'The Bellini Card' by Jason Goodwin, ' A Mortal Curiosity' by Ann Granger and 'The Death Maze' by Ariana Franklin.

4/07/08 In The Times, Alexander McCall Smith picks his mysteries for the summer.

4/07/08 In The Times, Mo Hayder picks her Summer Chillers.

3/07/08 The Independent has a short preview of the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival.

29/06/08 The Independent reviews 'A Death in Tuscany' by Michele Giuttari.

29/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Death on a Branch Line' by Andrew Martin.

29/06/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Redemption of Alexander Seaton' by Shona MacLean .

29/06/08 The Sunday Times has their 100 best holiday reads.

28/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Bleeding Heart Square' by Andrew Taylor.

28/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Careless in Red/ by Elizabeth George, 'The Last Straight Face' by Bruce Kennedy Jones and Eric Allison, 'A Killing Frost' by R D Wingfield and 'The Vows of Silence' by Susan Hill.

27/06/08 In The Times, Margaret Murphy celebrates the centenary of John Creasey.

26/06/08 The Scotsman interviews Shona MacLean .

21/06/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Lamb to the Slaughter' by Aline Templeton.

21/06/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Worm in the Bud' by Chris Collett.

20/06/08 The Times reviews 'Dead Man's Footsteps' by Peter James, 'The Paper Moon' by Andrea Camilleri, 'Broken' by Karin Fossum and 'The Bloomsday Dead' by Adrian McKinty.

20/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Something Borrowed' by Paul Magrs.

15/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Romanno Bridge' by Andrew Greig.

15/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Paper Moon' by Andrea Camilleri.

15/06/08 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Nury Vittachi.

14/06/08 The LA Times reviews 'Not in the Flesh' by Ruth Rendell.

14/06/08 The Guardian reviews 'Cry for Help' by Steve Mosby and 'Out of a Clear Sky' by Sally Hinchcliffe.

14/06/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Killing Frost' by R D Wingfield.

12/06/08 The Times interviews Elizabeth George.

12/06/08 The Times reviews 'Typhoon' by Charles Cumming.

11/06/08 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'The Vows of Silence' by Susan Hill.

10/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Broken' by Karin Fossum.

8/06/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

8/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Typhoon' by Charles Cumming and 'The Roar of the Butterflies' by Reginald Hill.

7/06/08 The Edinburgh Evening News interviews Jack Ross, author of the US set 'Requiem'.

7/06/08 The Guardian reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

7/06/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Scandalous Man' by Gavin Esler.

6/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

5/06/08 The Telegraph's second review of 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

5/06/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

4/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Imprimatur' by Monaldi & Sorti.

1/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Death in Breslau' by Marek Krajewski.

1/06/08 The Independent reviews 'Crow Stone' by Jenni Mills.

1/06/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

31/05/08 The Telegraph overviews the non-Fleming Bond books.

29/05/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Devil May Care' by Sebastian Faulks.

28/05/08 In The Scotsman: 100 things you didn't know about Ian Fleming.

26/05/08 The Independent reviews 'The Reapers' by John Connolly.

26/05/08 The Independent interviews Louise Lombard, star of BBC1's Kiss of Death (and CSI).

25/05/08 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Christopher Brookmyre.

25/05/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death' by Gyles Brandreth, 'Paper Butterfly' by Diane Wei Liang and 'The Book of Murder' by Guillermo Martinez.

25/05/08 The Sunday Times interviews Sebastian Faulks.

25/05/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith, 'A Quiet Flame' by Philip Kerr, 'The Point of Rescue' by Sophie Hannah and 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey.

25/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Bleeding Heart Square' by Andrew Taylor and 'Inspector Ghote's First Case' by H R F Keating.

24/05/08 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Flesh House' by Stuart MacBride, 'Bleeding Heart Square' by Andrew Taylor and 'The Death Maze' by Ariana Franklin.

24/05/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Mystery of the Yellow Room' by Gaston Leroux.

24/05/08 The Independent interviews Michael Bond.

23/05/08 In The Independent Jane Jakeman interviews Cuban crime writer Leonardo Padura.

23/05/08 The Independent reviews 'Bleeding Heart Square' by Andrew Taylor.

23/05/08 The Times reviews 'Murder Farm' by Andrea Maria Schenkel.

18/05/08 The Independent reviews 'The Book of Murder' by Guillermo Martinez.

18/05/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Seance' by John Harwood.

18/05/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death' by Gyles Brandreth.

17/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Orpheus Rising' by Bateman, 'A Scandalous Man' by Gavin Esler and 'Timebomb' by Gerald Seymour.

17/05/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death' by Gyles Brandreth.

16/05/08 The Times reviews 'Dog Eats Dog' by Iain Levison, 'The Death Maze' by Ariana Franklin and 'The Man with the Lead Stomach' by Jean-Francois Parot.

16/05/08 The Times has a reader's guide to James Bond.

14/05/08 The Guardian interviews Barbara Nadel and Mehmet Murat Somer.

13/05/08 The Independent interviews the authors of 'Imprimatur'.

11/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Pavel & I' by Dan Vyleta.

11/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Death Maze' by Ariana Franklin and 'The Dying Breed' by Declan Hughes.

10/05/08 The Guardian interviews David Peace.

10/05/08 In The Guardian, Charlie Higson on Ian Fleming.

10/05/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Snake Stone' by Jason Goodwin.

10/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Eye of the Leopard' by Henning Mankell, 'DeKok and the Somber Nude' by A C Baantjer and 'The Prophet Murders' by Mehmet Murat Somer.

8/05/08 The Independent reviews 'The Eye of the Leopard' by Henning Mankell.

7/05/08 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'Revelation' by C J Sansom.

4/05/08 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Stuart MacBride.

4/05/08 In The Sunday Times, Joan Smith reviews the new releases.

4/05/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Blood Spilt' by Asa Larsson.

4/05/08 The Independent reviews 'The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: or the Murder at Road Hill House' by Kate Summerscale.

3/05/08 The Scotsman interviews Donna Leon.

3/05/08 The Guardian reviews the audio book versions of 'March Violets' by Philip Kerr and 'The Case of William Smith' by Patricia Wentworth.

3/05/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Eye of the Leopard' by Henning Mankell.

3/05/08 The Guardian reviews 'Waltenberg' by Hedi Kaddour and 'Until It's Over' by Nicci French.

2/05/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Savage Night' by Allan Guthrie.

30/04/08 The Independent reviews 'The Girl Of His Dreams' by Donna Leon.

30/04/08 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'Stratton's War' by Laura Wilson.

27/04/08 The Observer reviews 'Until It's Over' by Nicci French.

27/04/08 The Observer reviews 'Revelation' by C J Sansom.

27/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Headhunters' by Peter Lovesey and 'The Man in the Window' by K O Dahl.

26/04/08 The Edinburgh Evening News interviews Quintin Jardine.

26/04/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Dying Breed' by Declan Hughes.

26/04/08 The Guardian reviews 'Killer Tune' by Dreda Say Mitchell.

26/04/08 The Guardian reviews 'Revelation' by C J Sansom, 'The Girl of His Dreams' by Donna Leon, 'Bruno, Chief of Police' by Martin Walker and 'Blood at the Bookies' by Simon Brett.

25/04/08 The Times reviews 'The Headhunters' by Peter Lovesey and 'The Ice Princess' by Camilla Lackberg.

25/04/08 The Edinburgh Evening News has a brief feature on Alex Gray and Karen Campbell.

24/04/08 The Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year Award Longlist is announced.

24/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Nemesis' by Jo Nesbo.

20/04/08 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Pitch Black' by Alex Gray, 'Until It's Over' by Nicci French and 'Savage Night' by Alan Guthrie.

20/04/08 In The Sunday Times Lee Child answers questions on money matters.

20/04/08 The Sunday Times interviews Ann Cleeves.

20/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Killing Frost' by R D Wingfield.

20/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Revelation' by C J Sansom.

20/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Eye of the Leopard' by Henning Mankell.

20/04/08 The Independent reviews 'The Streets of Babylon' by Carina Burman.

20/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Nine' by Andrzej Stasiuk.

20/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Skin Lane' by Neil Bartlett.

19/04/08 The Telegraph reviews The Seance by John Harwood twice - here and here.

19/04/08 The Financial Times reviews 'Until It's Over' by Nicci French.

18/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Revelation' by C J Sansom.

18/04/08 In The Times Barry Norman lists his top 5 crime writers.

17/04/08 The Times unveils its 50 Greatest Crime Writers list.

16/04/08 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: or the Murder at Road Hill House' by Kate Summerscale.

15/04/08 In The Independent, Andrew Taylor reviews 'The Seance' by John Harwood.

14/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

13/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'White Nights' by Ann Cleeves.

12/04/08 The Financial Times reviews 'Gallows Lane' by Brian McGilloway.

12/04/08 The Guardian reviews 'Zugzwang' by Ronan Bennett and 'Borderlands' by Brian McGilloway.

12/04/08 The Guardian reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

12/04/08 In The Guardian, Ian Rankin is "is intrigued by the real-life whodunit of Kate Summerscale's The Suspicions of Mr Whicher".

11/04/08 The Times reviews 'Nothing to Lose' by Lee Child and 'Steel Witches' by Patrick Lennon.

11/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Nine' by Andrzej Stasiuk.

6/04/08 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'Nothing to Lose' by Lee Child, 'Blood From Stone' by Frances Fyfield, 'Can't Let Go' by Jane Hill, 'Savage Night' by Allan Guthrie and 'An Expert in Murder' by Nicola Upson.

6/04/08 The Independent reviews 'The Amnesiac' By Sam Taylor.

6/04/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Bruno, Chief of Police' by Martin Walker and 'Gallows Lane' by Brian McGilloway.

5/04/08 The Scotsman interviews Jonathan Hayes.

4/04/08 The Independent interviews Susan Hill.

2/04/08 The Independent reviews 'Nothing To Lose' by Lee Child.

29/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Death in Breslau' by Marek Krajewsk, 'The Mesmerist's Apprentice' by L M Jackson, 'A Vengeful Longing' by R N Morris and 'Hangman Blind' by Cassandra Clark.

29/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Quiet Flame' by Philip Kerr.

29/03/08 The Guardian reviews 'An Expert in Murder' by Nicola Upson.

29/03/08 The Guardian reviews 'Orpheus Rising' by (Colin) Bateman and 'Nothing to Lose' by Lee Child.

29/03/08 The Guardian reviews 'A Greater Evil' by Natasha Cooper.

29/03/08 The Telegraph on the discovery of The Last Cavalier by Alexandre Dumas.

28/03/08 The Times reviews 'The Girl of My Dreams' by Donna Leon and 'Gallows Lane' by Brian McGilloway.

27/03/08 The Independent reviews 'Blood From Stone' by Frances Fyfield.

23/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Lorraine Connection' by Dominique Manotti.

23/03/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'A Prisoner of Birth' by Jeffrey Archer.

22/03/08 The Times reviews 'A Quiet Flame' by Philip Kerr, 'Death in Breslau' by Marek Krajewski and 'Silesian Station' by David Downing.

22/03/08 The Times briefly reviews 'Daphne' by Justine Picardie.

22/03/08 The Guardian reviews 'Serious Things' by Gregory Norminton.

21/03/08 The Independent reviews 'The Miracle at Speedy Motors' by Alexander McCall Smith.

17/03/08 The Independent reviews 'Death in Breslau' by Marek Krajewski.

16/03/08 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge's reviews include 'Ritual' by Mo Hayder, 'Stratton's War' by Laura Wilson, 'Innocent Blood' by Elizabeth Corley and 'Meltdown' by Martin Baker.

16/03/08 The Independent reviews 'Too Close To Call' by Graeme Roe.

16/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'A Quiet Flame' by Philip Kerr.

15/03/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Stranger from Home' by Frederic Lindsay.

15/03/08 The Scotsman has Alexander McCall Smith on the route to the filming of No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency.

15/03/08 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'The Resurrection of the Body' by Maggie Hamand, 'Ritual' by Mo Hayder and 'Death in Breslau' by Marek Krajewski.

14/03/08 The Times reviews 'A Cure for all Diseases' by Reginald Hill, 'Blood from Stone' by Frances Fyfield, 'Nemesis' by Jo Nesbo and 'Day of the Dandelion' by Peter Pringle.

14/03/08 The Times has an exclusive interview with Alexander McCall Smith.

13/03/08 The Telegraph has an on set report: No1 Ladies' Detective Agency.

12/03/08 In the Times Literary Supplement: Paul Theroux on Georges Simenon.

12/03/08 The Independent reviews 'An Expert In Murder' by Nicola Upson.

9/03/08 The Sunday Times reviews the audio play - Inspector Steine by Lynne Truss.

9/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith and 'Shatter' by Michael Robotham.

9/03/08 The Independent has an extract from 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

8/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson, 'Can't Let Go' by Jane Hill and 'Crossfire' by Andy McNab.

8/03/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Daphne' by Justine Picardie.

7/03/08 The Times reviews 'Sacrifice' by S J Bolton.

7/03/08 The Times reviews the audiobook of 'Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham' by M.C. Beaton, read by Penelope Keith.

7/03/08 The Times interviews Mo Hayder.

7/03/08 The Times runs the obituary of Julian Rathbone.

7/03/08 The Independent reviews 'Pavel & I' by Dan Vyleta.

5/03/08 The Edinburgh Evening News features Allan Guthrie.

2/03/08 The Independent reviews 'Daphne' by Justine Picardie.

2/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Light Reading' by Aliya Whiteley' and 'An Expert in Murder' by Nicola Upson.

2/03/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Daphne' by Justine Picardie.

1/03/08 The Scotsman reviews 'Child 44' by Tom Rob Smith.

1/03/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Miracle at Speedy Motors' by Alexander McCall Smith.

1/03/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Sinner' by Petra Hammesfahr.

1/03/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Swansea Terminal' by Robert Lewis, 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis, 'The Delegates' Choice' by Ian Sansom and 'Sea Holly' by Robert Minhinnick.

1/03/08 The Guardian reviews 'Bury Her Deep' by Catriona McPherson.

29/02/08 The Independent reviews 'The Truth Commissioner' by David Park.

29/02/08 The Independent reviews 'A Florentine Death' by Michele Giuttari.

29/02/08 The Times has Justine Picardie on the Bronte Mystery.

26/02/08 The Independent reviews 'This Night's Foul Work' by Fred Vargas.

24/02/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Truth Commissioner' by David Park.

24/02/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'A Vengeful Longing' by R N Morris.

24/02/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Fatal Lies' by Frank Tallis.

24/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Saladin Murders' by Matt Rees and 'This Night's Foul Work' by Fred Vargas.

24/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Miracle at Speedy Motors' by Alexander McCall Smith.

24/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Night Train To Lisbon' by Pascal Mercier.

24/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Monster Love' by Carol Topolski.

24/02/08 The Telegraph features Justine Picardie on Daphne du Maurier and has an extract from her thriller, Daphne.

24/02/08 The Independent reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson.

24/02/08 The Independent reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

24/02/08 The Independent interviews Stella Duffy.

23/02/08 The Telegraph lists 50 crime writers to read before you die.

23/02/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Point of Rescue' by Sophie Hannah, 'Trial by Blood' by John Macken and 'Requiem' by Jack Ross.

22/02/08 The Times reviews 'An Expert in Murder' by Nicola Upson.

20/02/08 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson and 'A Vengeful Longing' by R N Morris.

17/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Gentlemen' by Klas Ostergren.

17/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Point of Rescue' by Sophie Hannah and 'A Poisoned Mind' by Natasha Cooper.

16/02/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Spoke' by Friedrich Glauser.

16/02/08 The Guardian reviews 'Blood from Stone' by Frances Fyfield, 'A Poisoned Mind' by Natasha Cooper, 'Unforgotten' by Clare Francis and 'Broken' by Daniel Clay.

16/02/08 The Guardian interviews Fred Vargas.

15/02/08 The Independent reviews 'Monster Love' by Carol Topolski.

14/02/08 The Times reviews 'Shatter' by Michael Robotham.

11/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Company of Liars' by Karen Maitland.

11/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Fatal Lies' by Frank Tallis, 'The Ninth Stone' by Kylie Fitzpatrick and 'A Mysterious Affair of Style' by Gilbert Adair.

11/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Stratton's War' by Laura Wilson.

10/02/08 The Telegraph features Giancarlo De Cataldo.

10/02/08 The Scotland on Sunday features Sophie Hannah.

10/02/08 The Telegraph reviews 'Fatal Lies' by Frank Tallis, 'The Ninth Stone' by Kylie Fitzpatrick and 'A Mysterious Affair of Style' by Gilbert Adair.

10/02/08 The Independent reviews 'Monster Love' by Carol Topolski.

9/02/08 The Guardian reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson and 'Julius Winsome' by Gerard Donovan.

8/02/08 The Edinburgh Evening News features Alexander McCall Smith.

8/02/08 The Independent reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

8/02/08 The Times reviews 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey, 'This Night's Foul Work' by Fred Vargas, 'Fatal Lies' by Frank Tallis and 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis .

3/02/08 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis.

1/02/08 The Independent reviews 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey.

30/01/08 The Guardian interviews Graham Hurley.

29/01/08 The Independent reviews 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis.

27/01/08 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey and 'The Price of Darkness' by Graham Hurley.

27/01/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Special Assignments' by Boris Akunin.

27/01/08 In The Guardian Peter Guttridge reviews 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey and 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis.

26/01/08 The Guardian reviews 'Cold in Hand' by John Harvey.

26/01/08 The Guardian reviews the audio versions of 'The One from the Other' by Philip Kerr, 'Eternal' by Craig Russell and 'Friends In High Places' by Donna Leon.

26/01/08 The Guardian shows Ronan Bennett's writing room.

25/01/08 The Independent interviews Andrea Cannobio.

25/01/08 The Scotsman reviews 'The Patience of the Spider' by Andrea Camilleri and provides background on the author.

20/01/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson.

20/01/08 The Sunday Times reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Candlelight Murders'by Gyles Brandreth.

19/01/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Price of Darkness' by Graham Hurley, 'White Riot' by Martyn Waites, 'This Night's Foul Work' by Fred Vargas and 'Bad Traffic' by Simon Lewis.

19/01/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Patience of the Spider' by Andrea Camilleri, 'Pretty Dead Things' by Barbara Nadel and 'Last Rituals' by Yrsa Sigurdardottir.

18/01/08 The Times reviews 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson, 'Last Rituals' by Yrsa Sigurdardottir and 'Crimini' edited by Gianarlo De Cataldo.

18/01/08 The Independent reviews 'The House at Midnight' by Lucie Whitehouse.

18/01/08 The Times reviews 'Death at Dawn' by Caro Peacock.

17/01/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The House at Midnight' by Lucie Whitehouse.

17/01/08 The Edinburgh Evening News interviews debut author Ian Gosling a big Ian Rankin fan.

17/01/08 The Telegraph reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson.

17/01/08 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Fatal Lies' by Frank Tallis and 'Meltdown' by Martin Baker.

13/01/08 The Independent has a feature on Martyn Waites.

12/01/08 The Scotsman briefly reviews 'The Pool of Unease' by Catherine Sampson and 'The Final Murder' by Anne Holt.

11/01/08 The Times briefly reviews 'The Crystal Skull' by Manda Scott.

11/01/08 The Independent reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson.

11/01/08 The Times reviews 'Severed' by Simon Kernick.

10/01/08 The Guardian runs an obituary of the translator, Bernard Scudder.

6/01/08 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson.

6/01/08 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews recent crime novels including 'Not Dead Enough' by Peter James and 'Two-Way Split' by Allan Guthrie.

6/01/08 The Scotland on Sunday has Stella Duffy's 'Cultural Life'.

5/01/08 The Guardian reviews 'The Coroner's Lunch' by Colin Cotterill.

5/01/08 The Scotsman briefly 'Slipknot' by Priscilla Masters, 'The One from the Other' by Philip Kerr and 'Jacquot and the Fifteen' by Martin O'Brien.

4/01/08 The Independent reviews 'The Crystal Skull' by Manda Scott.

4/01/08 The Mirror briefly reviews 'Death at Dawn' by Caro Peacock.

29/12/07 The Guardian interviews John Harvey.

27/12/07 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Falling' by John Connor and 'The Terrorists' by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo.

24/12/07 In the Guardian a special Christmas crime short story from Jasper Fforde.

22/12/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Crystal Skull' by Manda Scott, 'Thirty-Three Teeth' by Colin Cotterill and 'Last Rituals' by Yrsa Sigurdardottir.

22/12/07 The Telegraph reviews 'World Without End' by Ken Follett.

15/12/07 The Scotsman briefly reviews 'The Bethlehem Murders' by Matt Rees and 'Days of Atonement' by Michael Gregorio.

15/12/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Painter of Battles' by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

14/12/07 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black and 'Thirty-Three Teeth by Colin Cotterill.

14/12/07 In The Telegraph Jake Kerridge reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black.

9/12/07 In The Observer Peter Guttridge suggest a few titles you might have missed.

9/12/07 In The Sunday Times, Joan Smith's reviews include 'Citizen One' by Andy Oakes, 'The Careful Use of Compliments' by Alexander McCall Smith and 'The Past is a Foreign Country' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

8/12/07 The Guardian reviews 'Kismet' by Jakob Arjouni.

8/12/07 In The Telegraph A S Byatt: Why I love Margery Allingham.

7/12/07 The Times Christmas Choice - Thrillers.

7/12/07 The Independent interviews Catherine O'Flynn.

3/12/07 The Independent has an article on the cover of the new James Bond novel.

2/12/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Thirty-Three Teeth by Colin Cotterill.

30/11/07 The Times Christmas Choice - Crime.

27/11/07 The Independent reviews 'A Mysterious Affair of Style' by Gilbert Adair.

25/11/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Paris Noir' edited by Maxim Jakubowski and 'Crimini: The Bitter Lemon Book of Italian Crime Fiction' edited by Giancarlo De Cataldo.

25/11/07 The Independent reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black.

25/11/07 The Independent reviews (again) the paperback of 'The Thirteenth Tale' by Diane Setterfield.

24/11/07 The Telegraph rounds up the best crime novels of 2007.

24/11/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black.

23/11/07 The Times reviews 'Kismet' by Jakob Arjouni.

22/11/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Paris Noir' edited by Maxim Jakubowski.

22/11/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Officer's Prey' by Armand Cabasson.

21/11/07 In The Spectator, Andrew Taylor reviews 'Name to a Face' by Robert Goddard and 'The Lord's Day' by Michael Dobbs.

20/11/07 The Independent reviews 'The Chameleon's Shadow' by Minette Walters.

18/11/07 The Independent reviews 'Swansea Terminal' by Robert Lewis.

16/11/07 The Times reviews 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black and 'Swansea Terminal' by Robert Lewis.

15/11/07 The Telegraph reviews 'A Dead Man in Tangier' by Michael Pearce.

11/11/07 The Independent reviews the biography of John Mortimer.

10/11/07 The Scotsman reviews 'A Mysterious Affair of Style' by Gilbert Adair.

10/11/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Exit Music' by Ian Rankin, 'The Past Is a Foreign Country' by Gianrico Carofiglio, and 'Rain Dogs and Love Cats by Andrew Holmes.

10/11/07 The Telegraph also interviews Arturo Perez-Reverte.

10/11/07 The Guardian quizes Catherine O'Flynn.

10/11/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Swansea Terminal' by Robert Lewis, 'The Silver Swan' by Benjamin Black and 'The Anti-Social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole' by John Mortimer.

10/11/07 In The Guardian, Joanna Hines reviews 'Strangers' by Carla Banks.

9/11/07 The Independent interviews Arturo Perez-Reverte.

9/11/07 The Independent reviews the paperback of 'The Thirteenth Tale' by Diane Setterfield.

8/11/07 The Evening News has a feature on Maria Thomson, one half of new thriller writer, 'Grace Monroe'.

5/11/07 The Independent reviews 'The Past is a Foreign Country' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

4/11/07 The Independent reviews 'The Quiet Girl' by Peter Hoeg.

3/11/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Quiet Girl' by Peter Hoeg.

3/11/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Careful Use of Compliments' by Alexander McCall Smith.

2/11/07 In The Independent Andrew Taylor reviews two new books on Conan Doyle.

2/11/07 The Times reviews 'In the Woods' by Tana French.

2/11/07 The Times reviews 'The Anti-Social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole' by John Mortimer.

1/11/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Lords' Day' by Michael Dobbs.

29/10/07 The Independent reviews 'Kismet' by Jakob Arjouni.

27/10/07 The Guardian profiles Ronan Bennett.

27/10/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Pere-Lachaise Mystery' by Claude Izner.

27/10/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Ascension Day' by John Matthews and 'The Secret Hangman' by Peter Lovesey.

26/10/07 The Independent reviews 'World Without End' by Ken Follett.

26/10/07 The Times reviews 'The Pere-Lachaise Mystery' by Claude Izner, 'The Officer's Prey' by Armand Cabasson and 'Paris Noir' edited by Maxim Jabukowski.

26/10/07 The Independent reviews 'Looking for Enid' by Duncan McLaren.

25/10/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Adversary' by Michael Walters.

21/10/07 The Independent reviews 'Something Borrowed' by Paul Magrs.

20/10/07 The Scotsman on Crime Scene Edinburgh - "a major exhibition about Rankin's detective at the National Library of Scotland".

20/10/07 The Guardian reviews 'Paris Noir' edited by Maxim Jakubowski.

20/10/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Lords' Day' by Michael Dobbs.

18/10/07 The Telegraph reviews 'World Without End' by Ken Follett.

18/10/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Chameleon's Shadow' by Minette Walters.

13/10/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Lords' Day' by Michael Dobbs.

12/10/07 The Times covers Peter Hoeg and his new book, 'The Quiet Girl'.

12/10/07 The Times reviews 'The Sinner' by Petra Hammesfahr and 'The Fabric of Sin' by Phil Rickman.

11/10/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Zugzwang' by Ronan Bennett.

11/10/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'Rounding the Mark' by Andrea Camilleri.

9/10/07 The Independent reviews 'Something Borrowed' by Paul Magrs.

7/10/07 The Telegraph interviews Ken Follett..

6/10/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Name to a Face' by Robert Goddard, 'The Adversary' by Michael Walters and 'Lullaby' by Claire Seeber..

5/10/07 The Independent reviews 'The Sinner' by Petra Hammesfahr..

5/10/07 The Independent reviews 'The Quiet Girl' by Peter Hoeg..

3/10/07 The Independent reviews 'Zugzwang' by Ronan Bennett.

29/09/07 In The Times, Andrew Taylor talks about getting the plot right.

29/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Snake Stone' by Jason Goodwin, 'White Corridor' by Christopher Fowler, 'Murder at Deviation Junction' by Andrew Martin and 'The One from the Other' by Philip Kerr.

27/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Kennedy's Brain' by Henning Mankell.

27/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Killer Tune' by Dreda Say Mitchell and 'Murdering Americans' by Ruth Dudley Edwards.

23/09/07 The Independent interviews Lynda La Plante.

22/09/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Agatha Christie: An English Mystery' by Laura Thompson.

22/09/07 The Times reviews 'The Bad Quarto' by Jill Paton Walsh.

22/09/07 The Times reviews 'The Chameleon's Shadow' by Minette Walters and 'Kennedy's Brain' by Henning Mankell.

22/09/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Past Is a Foreign Country' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

20/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Friend of the Devil' by Peter Robinson.

16/09/07 The Scotland on Sunday quizzes Sophie Hannah.

16/09/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Agatha Christie: An English Mystery' by Laura Thompson.

14/09/07 The Evening News chats to Mark Billingham.

13/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Exit Music' by Ian Rankin.

13/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Last Breath' by Denise Mina.

11/09/07 The Telegraph interviews Ian Rankin.

8/09/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Death under the Dryer' by Simon Brett, 'Beneath the Bleeding' by Val McDermid and 'Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks' by Christopher Brookmyre.

8/09/07 The Guardian reviews 'Exit Music' by Ian Rankin.

31/08/07 The Independent reviews 'Kennedy's Brain' by Henning Mankell.

30/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

30/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'A Quiet Belief in Angels' by R J Ellory and 'Swing' by Rupert Holmes.

29/08/07 The Independent reviews 'King of Swords' by Nick Stone.

26/08/07 The Independent reviews 'A Pretty Face' by Rafael Reig and 'The Third Heaven Conspiracy' by Giulio Leoni.

25/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

18/08/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Beneath the Bleeding' by Val McDermid, 'King of Swords' by Nick Stone, 'The Last Card' by Kolton Lee and 'Killer Tune' by Dreda Say Mitchell..

18/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'What was Lost' by Catherine O'Flynn.

18/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Pool of Unease' by Catherine Sampson and 'The Draining Lake' by Arnaldur Indridason'.

17/08/07 Val McDermid talks to The Guardian.

12/08/07 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Christopher Brookmyre.

12/08/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Last Breath' by Denise Mina.

12/08/07 The Independent features Michel Benoit, author of 'The Thirteenth Apostle'.

12/08/07 The Independent reviews 'The Act of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

12/08/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Draining Lake' by Arnaldur Indridason.

12/08/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks' by Christopher Brookmyre.

12/08/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

12/08/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Last Breath' by Denise Mina.

11/08/07 The Scotsman interviews Julian Clary (author of 'Murder Most Fab').

11/08/07 The Guardian's paperback reviews 'The Mission Song' by John Le Carre and 'Dying Words' by Shaun Hutson.

11/08/07 The Guardian reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

10/08/07 In The Independent, Joan Smith reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

9/08/07 In The Times, John Gardner's Obituary.

9/08/07 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Reasonable Doubts' by Gianrico Carofiglio and 'Self's Deception' by Bernhard Schlink.

9/08/07 The Telegraph's thriller reviews include one of 'Last Light' by Alex Scarrow.

9/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Snake Stone' by Jason Goodwin.

9/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

8/08/07 The Times looks at Ruth Rendell's darker side.

6/08/07 The Independent reviews 'A Florentine Death' by Michele Giuttari.

5/08/07 The Observer reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

05/08/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Draining Lake' by Arnaldur Indridason, 'Black Seconds' by Karin Fossum. 'The Darkroom of Damocles' by W F Hermans, 'Self's Deception' by Bernhard Schlink and 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

05/08/07 In The Independent, Mark Timlin on the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival.

4/08/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Tokyo Year Zero' by David Peace.

4/08/07 The Telegraph interviews Nick Stone.

4/08/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Bloodstone Papers' by Glen Duncan.

3/08/07 In The Telegraph Tom Cain talks about his Harrogate Crime Writing Festival experience.

2/08/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Written in Bone' by Simon Beckett.

31/07/07 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'The Snake Stone' by Jason Goodwin.

29/07/07 The Independent reviews 'The Ten-Second Staircase' by Christopher Fowler.

29/07/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge interviews Denise Mina.

29/07/07 The Observer reviews 'The Mission Song' by John Le Carre.

28/07/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Last Testament' by Sam Bourne and 'Last Light' by Alex Scarrow.

28/07/07 The Times reviews 'The Last Breath' by Denise Mina.

28/07/07 The Times reviews 'Saving Caravaggio' by Neil Griffiths.

28/07/07 The Times has Antony Moore on the 7 days after his novel was published.

22/07/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'End Games' by Michael Dibdin and 'Dark Flight' by Lin Anderson.

22/07/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'What Will Survive' by Joan Smith.

21/07/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The End of Mr Y' by Scarlett Thomas.

21/07/07 The Scotsman also reviews 'Not in the Flesh' by Ruth Rendell.

21/07/07 In The Times Natasha Cooper reviews 'Not in the Flesh' by Ruth Rendell.

21/07/07 The Times also reviews both 'Diana' thrillers:'12:23' by Eoin McNamee and 'The Accident Man' by Tom Cain.

20/07/07 The Evening News interviews Lin Anderson.

20/07/07 The Evening News reports on Allan Guthrie winning the Theakston's Crime Novel of the Year.

20/07/07 The Independent reviews 'Murder on the Eiffel Tower' by Claude Izner.

19/07/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Murder at Deviation Junction' by Andrew Martin.

19/07/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The End of Mr Y' by Scarlett Thomas.

19/07/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Lying Tongue' by Andrew Wilson.

17/07/07 The Independent previews The Harrogate Crime Writing Festival and speaks to Allan Guthrie.

15/07/07 The Observer reviews 'The Bethlehem Murders' by Matt Rees.

15/07/07 The Independent reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson and 'The Devil in Amber' by Mark Gatiss.

14/07/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins reviews 'End Games' by Michael Dibdin, 'Absolution' by Caro Ramsay, 'Die With Me' by Elena Forbes and 'Reasonable Doubts' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

14/07/07 The Guardian reviews both 'Diana' thrillers:'12:23' by Eoin McNamee and 'The Accident Man' by Tom Cain.

14/07/07 In The Guardian Laura Wilson reviews 'School for Scumbags' by Danny King and 'Rounding the Mark' by Andrea Camilleri.

13/07/07 In The Independent Andrew Taylor reviews 'End Games' by Michael Dibdin.

13/07/07 The Independent reviews 'The End of Mr Y' by Scarlett Thomas.

12/07/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Extraordinary People' by Peter May, 'The Bethlehem Murders' by Matt Rees, 'Not Dead Enough' by Peter James and 'Frozen Tracks' by Ake Edwardson.

11/07/07 The Sydney Morning Herald reports on Sebastian Faulks writing the new James Bond book.

10/07/07 The Independent reviews 'The Secrets of the Chess machine' by Robert Lohr.

7/07/07 The Times reviews 'The Chatelet Apprentice' by Jean-Francois Parot and 'Murder on the Eiffel Tower' by Claude Izner.

7/07/07 In The Times Simon Kernick talks about his life-threatening moment, aged 16.

01/07/07 The Sunday Times' summer reads - thrillers and crime.

01/07/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge's reviews include 'The One From the Other' by Philip Kerr, 'The Death List' by Paul Johnson, 'Not Dead Enough' by Peter James', 'Die With Me' by Elena Forbes and 'Absolution' by Caro Ramsay.

30/06/07 In The Guardian Mark Lawson reviews the last book from Michael Dibdin and gives an overview of the Zen series.

30/06/07 The Guardian features Mark Haddon's writing room.

29/06/07 The Independent reviews '12:23' by Eoin McNamee.

28/06/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Noir' by Olivier Pauvert.

28/06/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Coroner's Lunch' by Colin Cotterill and 'Death Under the Dryer' by Simon Brett.

23/06/07 The Guardian features John Mortimer's writing room.

23/06/07 The Independent features The Bethlehem Murders (apa The Collaborator of Bethlehem) by Matt Benyon Rees.

23/06/07 The Times has an excerpt from Ian Rankin's introduction to the 'Rough Guide to Crime Fiction'.

23/06/07 The Times interviews Michele Giuttari.

23/06/07 In The Times Marcel Berlins meets Jasper Fforde.

23/06/07 The Scotsman briefly reviews 'Broken Skin' by Stuart McBride and 'The Library Paradox' by Catherine Shaw.

21/06/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Candlelight Murders' by Gyles Brandreth, 'A Most Dangerous Woman' by L M (Lee) Jackson, 'Pelagia and the Black Monk' by Boris Akunin and 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin.

18/06/07 The Scotsman interviews Caro Ramsay.

17/06/07 The Scotland on Sunday speaks to Eoin McNamee about 12:23.

16/06/07 The Scotsman interviews Paul Johnston.

16/06/07 The Times reviews 'The Singer' by Cathi Unsworth, 'Not Dead Enough' by Peter James, 'The Riverman' by Alex Gray and 'The Rough Guide to Crime Fiction' by Barry Forshaw.

14/06/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Walking Dead' by Gerald Seymour.

13/06/07 The Independent reviews 'Nina Todd Has Gone' by Lesley Glaister.

11/06/07 In The Evening News: Ian Rankin is to front two BBC documentaries about novels which took their inspiration from Edinburgh.

10/06/07 The Independent reviews 'The Night Climbers' By Ivo Stourton.

10/06/07 The Independent reviews 'Murder at Deviation Junction' by Andrew Martin.

10/06/07 In The Observer Peter Guttridge's reviews include 'The Unquiet' by John Connolly and 'I Predict a Riot' by Bateman.

9/06/07 The Guardian reviews 'A Passion for Killing' by Barbara Nadel.

3/06/07 The Observer reviews 'The Secrets of the Chess Machine' by Robert Lohr.

2/06/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Lying Tongue' by Andrew Wilson.

2/06/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson's reviews include 'The Singer' by Cathi Unsworth, 'The Return' by Håkan Nesser and 'The Coroner's Lunch' by Colin Cotterill.

31/05/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Kismet' by Jakob Arjouni.

30/05/07 In The Evening News - "Meet James McLevy - the original no1 detective".

29/05/07 The Times interviews The Mulgray Twins.

29/05/07 In The Evening News Ian Rankin hints that Rebus may continue detecting after retirement.

29/05/07 The Evening News is a bit disappointed in the Rebus exhibition.

27/05/07 In The Independent, Mark Timlin's reviews include 'The Riverman' by Alex Gray and 'The Unquiet' by John Connolly.

27/05/07 In The Observer Peter Guttridge reviews 'Season of the Witch' by Natasha Mostert,'Dark Hearts of Chicago' by William Horwood and Helen Rappaport, 'Hurting Distance' by Sophie Hannah and 'The Darkness Inside' by John Rickards.

27/05/07 The Scotland on Sunday briefly reviews 'Citizen One' by Andy Oakes.

26/05/07 In The Scotsman, Gerald Kaufman reviews 'Agatha Raisin and Love, Lies and Liquor' by M C Beaton and 'The Dinner Club' by Saskia Noort.

26/05/07 In The Guardian Val McDermid provides an obituary for Jill McGown.

26/05/07 The Guardian reviews the abridged audiobook of 'The Tenderness of Wolves' by Stef Penney.

20/05/07 The Independent reviews 'The Secret Life of E Robert Pendleton' by Michael Collins.

20/05/07 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Martina Cole.

20/05/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Nina Todd Has Gone' by Lesley Glaister.

19/05/07 The Scotsman features Lesley Glaister.

19/05/07 The Scotsman reviews the audiobook Murder Most Foul: The Collection - the six readers include Derek Jacobi.

19/05/07 The Guardian features Ian Rankin's writing room.

17/05/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Broken Skin' by Stuart MacBride.

14/05/07 The Evening News reports that Ian Rankin's to try his hand at comic books.

14/05/07 The New York Times reviews 'Bad Luck and Trouble' by Lee Child.

13/05/07 The Independent reviews 'Oscar Wilde and the Candlelight Murders' by Gyles Brandreth.

12/05/07 The Independent interviews John Connolly.

12/05/07 The Independent reviews 'The Amnesiac' by Sam Taylor.

12/05/07 The Guardian reviews the unabridged audiobook of 'Pardonable Lies' by Jacqueline Winspear.

12/05/07 The Guardian reviews 'Close' by Martina Cole.

12/05/07 Marcel Berlins briefly reviews 'The Return' by Hakan Nesser and 'I Predict a Riot' by (Colin) Bateman .

11/05/07 The Evening News reveals that there is a Rebus20: Rankin and Rebus Partners in Crime exhibition at the Writers' Museum, Edinburgh until the end of September.

10/05/07 The Evening News interviews The Mulgray Twins authors of 'No Suspicious Circumstances'.

10/05/07 The Telegraph reviews 'The Unquiet' by John Connolly and 'Hurting Distance' by Sophie Hannah.

5/05/07 The Guardian reviews 'Hurting Distance' by Sophie Hannah and 'The 50/50 Killer' by Steve Mosby.

3/05/07 The Telegraph's reviews include 'The Return' by Hakan Nesser, 'Borderlands' by Brian McGilloway and 'The Death of Dalziel' by Reginald Hill.

29/04/07 In The Sunday Times, John Sutherland writes about crime fiction from outside the UK.

29/04/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'I Want to Watch' by Diego de Silva.

28/04/07 The Scotsman reviews 'In The Woods' by Tana French and 'Hidden Depths' by Ann Cleeves.

28/04/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson's reviews include 'The Affair of the Bloodstained Egg Cosy' by James Anderson and 'Cross' by Ken Bruen.

28/04/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Asbo Show' by Tony Saint.

27/04/07 The Guardian reports that 'The Vesuvius Club' by Mark Gatiss is to be made into a tv programme.

26/04/07 The BBC reports that Ian Rankin is to be appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Edinburgh.

23/04/07 In The Times - Ian Rankin to write an Opera.

22/04/07 The New York Times reviews 'The Glass Devil' by Helene Tursten.

21/04/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins reviews include 'Havana Blue' by Leonardo Padura and 'The 50/50 Killer' by Steve Mosby.

21/04/07 The Scotsman interviews Gyles Brandreth, author of 'The Oscar Wilde Murders'.

19/04/07 The Independent reviews 'The Savage Altar' by Asa Larsson.

15/04/07 The New York Times reviews 'Greed' by Elfriede Jelinek.

15/04/07 The New York Times reviews 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

15/04/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge's reviews include 'Ghostwalk' by Rebecca Stott and 'Dirty Little Lies' by John Macken.

14/04/07 The Times reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

14/04/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Chemistry of Death' by Simon Beckett.

14/04/07 In The Telegraph Jasper Rees remembers Michael Dibdin.

12/04/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Savage Altar' by Asa Larsson and 'The Colour of Blood' by Declan Hughes.

9/04/07 In The New Yorker Clive James writes about crime fiction in Europe.

8/04/07 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Rupert Thomson.

8/04/07 The Scotland on Sunday remembers Michael Dibdin.

8/04/07 The Independent reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

7/04/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Death of Dalziel' by Reginald Hill.

7/04/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Tremor of Demons' by Frederic Lindsay.

7/04/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins 'salutes the creativity of Michael Dibdin'.

6/04/07 The Independent features Simonetta Agnello Hornby.

5/04/07 The Independent reviews 'Hurting Distance' by Sophie Hannah.

4/04/07 The Telegraph's obituary for Michael Dibdin.

4/04/07 The Guardian's obituary for Michael Dibdin plus an article on his series charcter Aurelio Zen and a blog post.

2/04/07 The Evening News interviews new Scottish author, Gillian Galbraith.

1/04/07 The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews 'The Mosaic Crimes By Giulio Leoni.

1/04/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Suffer the Little Children' by Donna Leon, 'The Fourth Man' by K O Dahl, 'The Last Resort' by Carmen Posadas and 'Don't Cry for Me Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce.

1/04/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

1/04/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Donkey Punch' by Ray Banks, 'Blood in the Water' by Gillian Galbraith and 'Hard Man' by Allan Guthrie.

31/03/07 The Times reviews 'Borderlands' by Brian McGilloway and 'The Colour of Blood' by Declan Hughes.

31/03/07 The Guardian's thrillers roundup includes 'The Intruders' by Michael Marshall and 'Bad Luck and Trouble' by Lee Child.

31/03/07 In The Guardian, Joanna Hines reviews 'The Killing Jar' by Nicola Monaghan.

31/03/07 In The Guardian, James Hawes reviews 'The Oyster House Siege' by Jay Rayner.

31/03/07 The Guardian reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

31/03/07 In The Guardian Alex Barclay chooses her top ten psychological thrillers.

30/03/07 In The New York Times, Janet Maslin reviews 'The Sun Over Breda' by Arturo Pérez-Reverte..

30/03/07 The Independent reviews 'Down into Darkness' by David Lawrence.

30/03/07 The Independent reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

30/03/07 The Evening News speaks to Ian Rankin about his latest award.

28/03/07 The Independent reviews 'The Serbian Dane' by Leif Davidsen.

25/03/07 In The New York Times, Marilyn Stasio reviews 'Pig Island' by Mo Hayder, 'The Fugitive' by Massimo Carlotto, 'Solea' by Jean-Claude Izzo and 'Fever' by Friedrich Glauser..

25/03/07 The Scotland on Sunday features Josephine Tey who is soon to be the star of a crime novel.

25/03/07 At the NPR website listen to Matt Benyon Rees read from 'The Collaborator of Bethlehem'.

25/03/07 The Observer reviews 'Death of a Murderer' by Rupert Thomson.

24/03/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Horse's Arse' by Charlie Owen, 'The Savage Garden' by Mark Mills and 'Three to Kill' by Jean-Patrick Manchette.

24/03/07 The Guardian reviews 'Patrick's Alphabet' by Michael Symmons Roberts.

23/03/07 The Independent reviews 'Stolen Time' by Vangelis Hatziyannidis.

23/03/07 The Independent briefly reviews the paperback of 'Sovereign' by C J Sansom.

20/03/07 The Evening News features Allan Guthrie.

18/03/07 The Telegraph reviews 'In the Woods' by Tana French..

18/03/07 The Telegraph reviews Ruth Rendell's collected short stories..

17/03/07 In The Scotsman, Ian Rankin reveals the ten books that inspired his writing career.

17/03/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins reviews 'The Death of Dalziel' by Reginald Hill and 'In the Woods' by Tana French.

17/03/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Four Courts Murder' by Andrew Nugent.

11/03/07 The Independent reviews the paperback edition of 'The Tenderness of Wolves' by Stef Penney.

11/03/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Quick' by Laura Spinney.

11/03/07 The Telegraph reviews 'Bad Quarto' by Jill Paton Walsh (twice), 'Saturnalia' by Lindsey Davis, 'Hidden Depths' by Ann Cleeves and 'One Under' by Graham Hurley..

10/03/07 In The Times, Rebecca Stott talks about her upbringing and how it 'illuminates her writing'.

10/03/07 The Scotsman reviews 'The Good Husband of Zebra Drive' by Alexander McCall Smith.

10/03/07 The Guardian reviews 'The Somnambulist' by Jonathan Barnes.

10/03/07 The Guardian's fiction roundup includes 'Kept' by D J Taylor.

09/03/07 The Independent has the shortlist for the The Independent Foreign Fiction Prize.

7/03/07 The Independent reviews 'The Savage Garden' by Mark Mills.

4/03/07 The Scotland on Sunday has an article on John Mortimer.

4/03/07 The Observer reviews 'The Amnesiac' by Sam Taylor.

4/03/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Oyster House Siege' by Jay Rayner.

4/03/07 The Independent reviews 'The ASBO Show' by Tony Saint.

3/03/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins muses as to why John Harvey isn't better known.

3/03/07 The Guardian's thriller roundup includes 'The Mentor' by Steve Jackson.

2/03/07 The Independent's paperback reviews include 'What Was Lost' by Catherine O'Flynn.

26/02/07 In The Guardian listen to Ruth Rendell talk to John Mullan about 'The Keys to the Street' and the difference between detective fiction and more uneasy thrillers.

25/02/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Good Husband of Zebra Drive' by Alexander McCall Smith. Read an extract in the Scotland on Sunday.

25/02/07 The New York Times reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid and 'The Collaborator of Bethlehem' by Matt Beynon Rees.

25/02/07 The Observer reviews the audiobook of 'Paul Temple and the Kelby Affair' by Francis Durbridge, read by Anthony Head.

25/02/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Chinaman' by Friedrich Glauser.

24/02/07 In The Guardian Laura Wilson's reviews include 'Gone To Ground' by John Harvey and 'A Greater Evil' by Natasha Cooper.

24/02/07 The Guardian's paperback roundup includes 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

21/02/07 The Independent reviews 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas.

18/02/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews the latest 'religious suspense novels' including those by Martin Langfield and Julia Navarro.

18/02/07 The Independent reviews 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

17/02/07 The Times reviews 'Three to Kill' by Jean-Patrick Manchette and 'The Serbian Dane' by Leif Davidsen.

17/02/07 The Guardian reviews the 'Collected Stories' by by Ruth Rendell.

17/02/07 The Scotsman briefly reviews 'A Passion for Killing' by Barbara Nadel.

11/02/07 In The New York Times, Marilyn Stasio reviews 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin.

11/02/07 The Washington Post reviews 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin.

10/01/07 In The Mail - Morse's Lewis is transferred to a non existing police force.

10/01/07 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Sister Pelagia and the White Bulldog' by Boris Akunin.

10/02/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlins reviews 'Special Assignments' by Boris Akunin and 'A Gentle Axe' by R N Morris.

10/02/07 The Guardian bookclub - John Mullan on the location of The Keys to the Street, by Ruth Rendell.

10/02/07 In The Guardian, Ian Rankin explains why they are giving away copies of Kidnapped on the streets of Edinburgh.

8/02/07 In The Guardian, the future of Undershaw, the house that Conan Doyle built, is in doubt.

8/02/07 From The Guardian: Stef Penney wins Costa Book of the Year for 'The Tenderness of Wolves'.

7/02/07 In The Philadelphia Inquirer, Maxine Clarke reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid.

6/02/07 In The Evening News how Stevenson inspired Louise Welsh.

5/02/07 In The Independent a report on how Ian Rankin is to have a novel serialised in the New York Times.

5/02/07 The San Francisco Chronicle's crime reviews include The 'Factory' novels by Derek Raymond.

4/02/07 The Independent's paperback reviews include 'A Gentle Axe' by R N Morris.

4/02/07 The Independent interviews Fred Vargas.

4/02/07 The Washington Post reviews 'The Pledge', 'The Inspector Barlach Mysteries: The Judge and His Hangman' and 'Suspicion' by Friedrich Dürrenmatt and 'Requiem for a Dealer' by Jo Bannister.

4/02/07 In The Baltimore Sun, Sarah Weinman reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid and 'The Mosaic Crimes' (apa 'The Third Heaven Conspiracy') by Giulio Leoni.

3/02/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Losing You' by Nicci French.

3/02/07 The Scotsman features Denise Mina.

2/02/07 The Denver Post reviews 'Master of Souls' by Peter Tremayne.

1/02/07 The Northern Echo interviews Martyn Waites.

31/01/07 The Independent reviews 'The Third Heaven Conspiracy' by Giulio Leoni.

30/01/07 The Evening News interviews Aline Templeton.

28/01/07 The Independent reviews 'The Laughing Policeman' by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö.

28/01/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'Gone to Ground' by John Harvey and 'Hidden Depths' by Ann Cleeves.

28/01/07 The Halifax ChronicleHerald reviews 'The Hidden Assassins' by Robert Wilson.

28/01/07 The Washington Post reviews 'The Fabric of Night' by Christoph Peters.

28/01/07 The Scotland on Sunday interview Nicci French.

28/01/07 The Observer reviews 'Losing You' by Nicci French.

27/01/07 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas and 'The Blood Spilt' by Asa Larsson.

27/01/07 In The Scotsman, Gerald Kaufman reviews 'Under Orders' by Dick Francis and 'Grave Doubts' by Elizabeth Corley.

27/01/07 The Scotsman has an article by Ian Rankin on Beer, Pubs and Rebus.

27/01/07 The Guardian reviews 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas.

27/01/07 The Guardian's crime roundup includes 'Losing You' by Nicci French.

24/01/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'One Under' by Graham Hurley, 'The Dinner Club' by Saskia Noort and 'The Grounds' by Cormac Millar.

21/01/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'A Passion for Killing' by Barbara Nadel, 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas and 'Special Assignments' by Boris Akunin.

21/01/07 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge's reviews include 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas and 'Hot Blood' by Stephen Leather.

20/01/07 The Times reviews 'A Passion for Killing' by Barbara Nadel.

20/01/07 The Guardian reviews 'School's Out' by Christophe Dufossé and 'Bone Machine' by Martyn Waites.

20/01/07 The Guardian reviews the audio version of 'Perfume' by Patrick Suskind.

14/01/07 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas.

14/01/07 The Sunday Times reviews 'Special Assignments' by Boris Akunin.

14/01/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews the new Young Bond book 'Double or Die' by Charlie Higson.

14/01/07 The Scotland on Sunday reviews the original book - 'Perfume' by Patrick Suskind.

13/01/07 The Times reviews the MP3 audio book of 'Perfume' by Patrick Suskind.

13/01/07 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Special Assignments' by Boris Akunin, 'Unseen' by Mari Jungstedt and 'The Scent of the Night' by Andrea Camilleri.

13/01/07 The Scotsman reviews 'Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand' by Fred Vargas.

11/01/07 In The Guardian, listen to Ian Rankin taking books editor Sarah Crown on a tour of 'the hidden Edinburgh'.

10/01/07 The Metro also reviews the latest in translated crime fiction - Jungstedt, Leoni and Vargas.

8/01/07 The Globe and Mail features Fred Vargas.

7/01/07 The Sunday Times rounds up crime in other lands.

7/01/07 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager's latest column includes 'Green Eye' by Vena Cork.

7/01/07 The Telegraph reviews Conan Doyle's 'The Hound of the Baskervilles and has a bit about the author.

7/01/07 The Observer briefly reviews the audio book of 'Perfume' by Patrick Suskind.

6/01/07 In The Times, Marcel Berlin reviews the latest in translated crime fiction - Jungstedt, Vargas and Noort.

6/01/07 The Times reviews the new Young Bond book 'Double or Die' by Charlie Higson.

6/01/07 In The Guardian, Joanna Hines reviews 'Why Shoot a Butler?' by Georgette Heyer.

5/01/07 The Independent interviews Andrea Camilleri.

5/01/07 The Independent reviews 'The Dinner Club' by Saskia Noort.

4/01/07 The Evening News has a feature on Catriona McPherson.

4/01/07 The San Francisco Chronicle interviews Matt Beynon Rees author of 'The Collaborator of Bethlehem'.

2/01/07 The Independent interviews Stuart MacBride - listen to the podcast.

31/12/06 The Scotsman reviews 'First Lady' by Michael Dobbs.

27/12/06 In The Guardian, can you solve Nicholas Blincoe's Wintry Whodunnit?.

24/12/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'The Assassins of Isis' by P C Doherty..

23/12/06 The Times features a Christmas Sherlock Holmes story - The Blue Carbuncle as well as Alexander McCall Smith on Sherlock Holmes.

17/12/06 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reveals his favourites from 2006.

16/12/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Greed' by Elfriede Jelinek.

14/12/06 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'Unseen' by Mari Jungstedt.

10/12/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'Why We Die' by M (Mick) Herron..

9/12/06 The Guardian reviews 'False Impression' by Jeffrey Archer and 'The Master of Knots' by Massimo Carlotto.

9/12/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Worms of Euston Square' by William Sutton.

8/12/06 The Independent briefly reviews 'The Prone Gunman' by Jean-Patrick Manchette.

3/12/06 In The Chicago Tribune, Dick Adler reviews include 'Critique of Criminal Reason' by Michael Gregorio, 'The Night Lawyer' by Michelle Spring, 'Zoia's Gold' by Philip Sington and 'The Prone Gunman' by Jean-Patrick Manchette.

3/12/06 In The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sarah Weinman reviews 'Seeking Whom He May Devour' by Fred Vargas.

2/12/06 The Guardian reviews 'First Lady' by Michael Dobbs.

26/11/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The No 2 Global Detective Agency' by Toby Clements.

26/11/06 The Observer reviews 'Casino Royale' by Ian Fleming.

26/11/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'The Lizard's Bite' by David Hewson.

25/11/06 In The Times, Marcel Berlins picks out his best crime novels of 2006.

25/11/06 In The Scotsman Alexander McGregor looks at women's fascination with crime.

25/11/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Pledge' by Friedrich Durrenmatt.

25/11/06 The Guardian reviews 'Casino Royale' by Ian Fleming.

25/11/06 The Independent reviews 'The Devil In Amber' by Mark Gatiss.

19/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The No 2 Global Detective: a Parody' by Toby Clements.

19/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Devil In Amber' by Mark Gatiss.

19/11/06 The Independent reviews 'Death by Chocolate' by Toby Moore.

19/11/06 The Daily Mail details Jeffrey Archer's comeback (as a writer).

19/11/06 The New York Times reviews Bleeding Hearts by Ian Rankin (as Jack Harvey).

18/11/06 The Times's Thrillers for Christmas list.

18/11/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

17/11/06 The Times has a feature on Michael Cox.

17/11/06 In The Independent, Andrew Taylor reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

17/11/06 The Independent reviews 'Greed' by Elfriede Jelinek.

12/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Naming of the Dead' by Ian Rankin.

12/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'First Lady' by Michael Dobbs.

12/11/06 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Naming of the Dead' by Ian Rankin.

11/11/06 The Guardian reviews 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

11/11/06 The Times has a feature by the author of 'The Moneypenny Diaries'.

11/11/06 In The Times, Marcel Berlins reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair, 'The Prone Gunman' by Jean-Patrick Manchette and 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

11/11/06 In The Guardian, Gilbert Adair gives his thoughts on Agatha Christie's achievements.

11/11/06 The Guardian reviews 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

11/11/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Gagged & Bound' by Natasha Cooper.

11/11/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Prone Gunman' by Jean-Patrick Manchette, 'The Shadow Walker' by Michael Walters and 'Sweetwater' by Paul Charles.

6/11/06 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'The Shadow Walker' by Michael Walters.

5/11/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'Seeking Whom He May Devour' by Fred Vargas and 'The Accomplice' by Elizabeth Ironside.

5/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Right Attitude to Rain' by Alexander McCall Smith.

5/11/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Devil In Amber' by Mark Gatiss.

5/11/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Zone Defence' by Petros Markaris.

4/11/06 In The Guardian, Michael Dibdin reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

29/10/06 Mark Gatiss talks to The Independent about his Lucifer Box series.

29/10/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

28/10/06 The Guardian reviews 'Neat Vodka' by Anna Blundy.

28/10/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

27/10/06 The Independent reviews 'The Naming of the Dead' by Ian Rankin.

22/10/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Act Of Roger Murgatroyd: An Entertainment' by Gilbert Adair.

22/10/06 The New York Times reviews 'Silence of the Grave' by Arnaldur Indridason.

22/10/06 The Observer reviews the paperback of 'Mr Clarinet' by Nick Stone.

22/10/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Naming of the Dead' by Ian Rankin.

22/10/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Christine Falls' by Benjamin Black.

22/10/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Rumpole and the Reign of Terror' by John Mortimer.

21/10/06 The Scotsman interviews Benjamin Black/John Banville.

21/10/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Meaning of Night' by Michael Cox.

21/10/06 The Scotsman reviews the audio version of 'The Seven Dials Mystery' by Agatha Christie.

21/10/06 The Guardian reviews 'HellFire' by Mia Gallagher.

21/10/06 The Independent reviews the paperback release of 'Winter in Madrid' by C J Sansom.

15/10/06 The Book Standard reviews 'Mistress of the Art of Death' by Ariana Franklin.

15/10/06 The Scotsman has a feature on Martina Cole.

15/10/06 The Independent reviews 'HellFire' by Mia Gallagher.

15/10/06 The Telegraph rounds up crime including 'The Red Dahlia' by Lynda La Plante.

14/10/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Naming of the Dead' by Ian Rankin.

14/10/06 The Times interviews Martina Cole.

14/10/06 The Times reviews 'The Afghan' by Frederick Forsyth.

14/10/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Carte Blanche' by Carlo Lucarelli and 'The Red Dahlia' by Lynda La Plante.

14/10/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Purity of Blood' by Arturo Perez-Reverte and 'The Twilight Hour' by Elizabeth Wilson.

14/10/06 In The Guardian, Joolz Denby reviews 'Never the Bride' by Paul Magrs.

14/10/06 The Guardian has an article featuring Andrea Camilleri.

13/10/06 The Independent reviews 'Christine Falls' by Benjamin Black.

8/10/06 The Independent interviews Benjamin Black/John Banville.

8/10/06 The Scotland on Sunday rounds up crime, including 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

8/10/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'Death of a Writer (UK: The Secret Life of E.Robert Pendleton)' by Michael Collins and 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin.

7/10/06 The Guardian reviews 'Nightmare in the Street' by Derek Raymond.

7/10/06 In The Guardian, Michael Dibdin praises 'Christine Falls' by Benjamin Black.

6/10/06 The Independent reviews 'Depths' by Henning Mankell.

6/10/06 The Independent reviews 'The Redbreast' by Jo Nesbo.

1/10/06 In The Chicago Tribune, Dick Adler reviews include 'The One From the Other' by Philip Kerr and 'Death of a Writer (UK: The Secret Life of E.Robert Pendleton)' by Michael Collins.

1/10/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Mission Song' by John Le Carre.

1/10/06 The Telegraph reviews the latest thrillers including those by Dick Francis and Henning Mankell.

30/09/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James.

24/09/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'The Man Who Smiled' by Henning Mankell, 'Under Orders' by Dick Francis and 'The Dark Water' by David Pirie.

24/09/06 The Observer has Peter Guttridge's latest reviews.

24/09/06 The Observer briefly reviews 'Debts of Dishonour' by Jill Paton Walsh and there's a longer review in The Independent.

24/09/06 The Observer reviews 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

24/09/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Meaning of Night' by Michael Cox.

24/09/06 The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Under Orders' by Dick Francis.

23/09/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

23/09/06 The Scotsman briefly reviews 'The Death of Achilles by Boris Akunin.

23/09/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Rumpole and the Reign of Terror' by John Mortimer.

23/09/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

23/09/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Meaning of Night' by Michael Cox.

23/09/06 The Guardian rounds up the latest thrillers.

22/09/06 The Independent reviews, for another time, 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

21/09/06 The Independent reviews 'Little Face' by Sophie Hannnah.

17/09/06 In The Observer Rankin goes home to plot Rebus's end.

17/09/06 The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews 'The Man Who Smiled' by Henning Mankell.

17/09/06 The Independent reviews 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

17/09/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Meaning of Night' by Michael Cox as does The Independent for the second time in a week.

16/09/06 The Globe and Mail rounds-up crime, including 'A Rare Interest in Corpses' by Ann Granger,'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina and 'Evanly Bodies' by Rhys Bowen.

16/09/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

16/09/06 The Times reviews the abridged audio version of 'The Mission Song' by John le Carre.

16/09/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Medicus and the Disappearing Dancing Girls' by R S Downie and new releases from US authors.

16/09/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Roseanna' by Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo.

16/09/06 The Guardian's readers quiz Ian Rankin.

15/09/06 The Independent reviews 'The Meaning of Night' by Michael Cox.

10/09/06 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Parker Pyne Investigates' by Agatha Christie.

10/09/06 The Observer also reviews Michael Cox's 'The Meaning of Night'.

10/09/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'The One from the Other' by Philip Kerr and 'Puccini's Ghosts' by Morag Joss.

9/09/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Shame' by Karin Alvtegen.

9/09/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

9/09/06 The Times has an extract from 'The Mission Song' by John Le Carre together with John Le Carre's introduction.

9/09/06 The Times reviews Michael Cox's 'The Meaning of Night' and has an extract here.

9/09/06 The Times reviews 'Medicus and the Disappearing Dancing Girls' by R S Downie.

9/09/06 In The Guardian Ian Rankin talks about unintended parallels between the fictional Rebus and reality.

7/09/06 The Independent reviews 'Shame' by Karin Alvtegen.

5/09/06 The Telegraph reviews the latest from Michael Gregorio, Jo Nesbo, Christopher Fowler, Cara Black and Neil Griffiths.

3/09/06 The Guardian interviews Robert Harris.

3/09/06 In The Independent Christopher Fowler explains how he created his detective duo, Bryant & May.

2/09/06 The Times reviews 'The Redbreast' by Jo Nesbo.

2/09/06 The Times interviews Robert Harris.

2/09/06 The Guardian reviews 'Bareback' by Kit Whitfield in its first novels column.

2/09/06 In The Guardian John Mullan investigates Ian Rankin's 'Fleshmarket Close'.

28/08/06 The Independent reviews 'Sovereign' by C J Sansom.

28/08/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Shame' by Karin Alvtegen.

27/08/06 In The Observer Peter Guttridge reviews the latest in crime.

27/08/06 The Observer reviews 'London Noir' and books by Mosley and Chandler.

27/08/06 The Independent interviews John Connolly.

27/08/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio's reviews include 'The Devil's Feather' by Minette Walters, 'Messenger of Truth' by Jacqueline Winspear and 'Disco for the Departed' by Colin Cotterill.

26/08/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Butcher' by Campbell Armstrong.

26/08/06 The Times reviews the audio versions of 'Secret Asset'by Stella Rimington and 'Dead Simple' by Peter James.

26/08/06 The Guardian reviews the latest thrillers including 'The Hidden Assassins' by Robert Wilson and 'El Sid' by Chris Haslam.

26/08/06 The Guardian's latest book club choice is 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin and you can add your comments. John Mullan gives his thoughts on the use of the detective fiction genre in 'Fleshmarket Close'.

25/08/06 The Independent's paperback reviews include 'The Black Book' by Orhan Pamuk and 'A Florentine Revenge' by Christobel Kent.

25/08/06 The Independent reviews 'The Exception' by Christian Jungersen.

23/08/06 The Independent reviews 'Voices' by Arnaldur Indridason.

20/08/06 The Telegraph reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

20/08/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina and 'The Messengers of Death' by Pierre Magnan.

20/08/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'The Exception' by Christian Jungersen, 'The Four Courts Murder' by Andrew Nugent and 'Sovereign' by C J Sansom.

20/08/06 In The Chicago Tribune, Dick Adler reviews 'Messenger of Truth' by Jacqueline Winspear, 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welch, 'Dying Light' by Stuart MacBride and 'London Noir'.

20/08/06 The Sunday Times's audio book of the week is 'Dying Light' by Stuart MacBride.

20/08/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Sovereign' by C J Sansom.

20/08/06 The Observer reviews 'Secret Asset' by Stella Rimington.

20/08/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Seducer' by Jan Kjaerstad.

19/08/06 The Times is pleased to see the return of Martin Beck in the reissues of 'Roseanna' and 'The Man Who Went up in Smoke' and also reviews 'London Noir'.

19/08/06 In the Guardian, Jane Stevenson pays tribute to the writings of Margery Allingham.

18/08/06 The Independent reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

13/08/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Bareback' by Kit Whitfield.

13/08/06 The Telegraph posts a second review of 'Your Face Tomorrow 2: Dance and Dream' by Javier Marias.

13/08/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Critique of Criminal Reason' by Michael Gregorio.

13/08/06 The Observer reviews 'Mr Dixon Disappears' by Ian Sansom.

12/08/06 The Times reviews 'Secret Asset' by Stella Rimmington.

12/08/06 The Times's turn to review 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

12/08/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

12/08/06 The Scotsman reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

12/08/06 The Guardian looks at how Louise Welsh's books defy categorisation.

12/08/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Visibility' by Boris Starling and new releases from US authors.

11/08/06 The Independent briefly reviews 'Death in the Truffle Wood' by Pierre Magnan.

6/08/06 In The Scotland on Sunday, Ian Rankin applies for a Rebus trademark.

6/08/06 This week, The Scotland on Sunday asks a few questions of Quintin Jardine.

6/08/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Tombstoning' by Doug Johnstone.

6/08/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin.

6/08/06 The Sunday Times also reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

6/08/06 The Observer reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson and 'So He Takes the Dog' by Jonathan Buckley.

6/08/06 The Observer briefly reviews 'End in Tears' by Ruth Rendell.

5/08/06 The Guardian reviews 'One Good Turn' by Kate Atkinson.

4/08/06 In The Independent, Andrew Taylor reviews 'Critique of Criminal Reason' by Michael Gregorio.

2/08/06 Book 2 Book reports that the CWA is to charge shortlisted publishers.

1/08/06 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'The Messenger Of Death' by Pierre Magnan.

30/07/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'The Hard Way' by Lee Child.

30/07/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

30/07/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Your Face Tomorrow 2: Dance and Dream' by Javier Marias.

29/07/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

28/07/06 The Independent interviews Javier Marias.

25/07/06 The Scotsman interviews new author Doug Johnstone.

25/07/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Art of Drowning' by Frances Fyfield and 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina.

25/07/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Steal You Away' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

25/07/06 In The Age Colin Cotterill describes the important role food played in serving up his thriller 'The Coroner's Lunch'..

23/07/06 The New York Times reviews 'End in Tears' by Ruth Rendell.

23/07/06 This Week, The Scotland on Sunday asks a few questions of Catriona McPherson.

23/07/06 The Scotland on Sunday also reviews 'Your Face Tomorrow 2: Dance and Dream' by Javier Marias.

23/07/06 The Independent reviews 'Your Face Tomorrow 2: Dance and Dream' by Javier Marias.

22/07/06 Laura Wilson reviews 'Safer Than Houses' by Frances Fyfield in The Guardian.

22/07/06 The Guardian reviews 'Three Bags Full' by Leonie Swann.

22/07/06 It's The Guardian's turn to review 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

22/07/06 The Times reviews 'The Name of the Rose' by Umberto Eco.

22/07/06 The Times reviews the latest from Frances Fyfield, Denise Mina and Barbara Nadel.

22/07/06 The New York Times interviews Denise Mina.

18/07/06 The Independent reviews 'The Twilight Hour' by Elizabeth Wilson.

17/07/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina.

16/07/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson.

16/07/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Broken Shore' by Australian author Peter Temple and 'The Coldest Blood' by Jim Kelly.

16/07/06 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews 'Darkness and Light' by John Harvey.

16/07/06 Peter Guttridge rounds-up crime for The Observer, including reviews of 'Relentless' by Simon Kernick and 'The Art of Drowning' by Frances Fyfield.

16/07/06 The Scotland on Sunday asks a few questions of Margaret Murphy.

15/07/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina, 'Framed' by Tonino Benacquista and 'Looking Good Dead' by Peter James.

15/07/06 In The Times, Selina Walker previews next weekend's Harrogate Crime Writing Festival.

15/07/06 The Times reviews 'The Coldest Blood' by Jim Kelly.

15/07/06 The Scotsman interviews Louise Welsh.

14/07/06 The Independent reviews 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

12/07/06 The Independent reviews 'The Fourth Bear' By Jasper Fforde.

9/07/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Hidden Assassins' by Robert Wilson and 'The Faithful Spy' by Alex Berenson.

9/07/06 The Scotland on Sunday has an exclusive extract from 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

9/07/06 The Scotland on Sunday asks a few questions of Niccolo Ammaniti.

9/07/06 The Sunday Times rounds-up crime including 'The Art of Drowning' by Frances Fyfield, 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson and 'The Messengers of Death' by Pierre Magnan.

9/07/06 The Sunday Times rounds-up thrillers including the latest from Louise Welsh, Robert Wilson, Denise Mina, Christopher Brookmyre and Sophie Hannah.

9/07/06 The Observer has 'the last word' with Louise Welsh.

9/07/06 The Independent reviews 'Dead Horsemeat' by Dominique Manotti.

9/07/06 The New York Times reviews 'When the Devil Holds the Candle' by Karin Fossum, 'What is Mine' (UK title 'Punishment') by Anne Holt and 'Wolves of Memory' by Bill James.

8/07/06 The Scotsman reviews 'The Dead Hour' by Denise Mina.

8/07/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Buried' by Mark Billingham.

8/07/06 The Times reviews the audio versions of 'Venus in Copper' by Lindsey Davis and the 'Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes: His Last Bow'.

8/07/06 The Times reviews 'The Bullet Trick' by Louise Welsh.

8/07/06 The Times reviews 'The Hidden Assassins' by Robert Wilson.

8/07/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Adventures of Captain Alatriste' by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

2/07/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin.

2/07/06 The Observer reports that a Kurt Wallander TV series in English is on the cards.

2/07/06 The Sunday Times reviewer is unimpressed with 'Steal You Away' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

2/07/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'Three Bags Full' by Leonie Swann and 'The Velvet Rooms' by Sam North.

2/07/06 The New York Times reviews 'By a Slow River' (UK title 'Grey Souls') by Philippe Claudel.

2/07/06 The New York Times reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson.

1/07/06 The Times interviews Brummie Lee Child plus there's an extract fom 'The Hard Way'.

1/07/06 The Guardian rounds-up thrillers including 'Relentless' by Simon Kernick.

30/06/06 The Independent reviews 'The Devil's Star' by Jo Nesbo and 'Tenderwire' by Claire Kilroy.

28/06/06 The Independent reviews 'The Midnight Choir' by Gene Kerrigan.

26/06/06 The Independent reviews 'Confidence' by Ben Richards.

25/06/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Secret Life of E Robert Pendleton' by Michael Collins.

25/06/06 The Independent interviews Niccolo Ammaniti.

25/06/06 The Independent reviews 'The Secret Life of E Robert Pendleton' by Michael Collins.

25/06/06 Mark Timlin rounds-up best holiday crime reads in The Independent inlcuding the latest from Peter James, Simon Kernick and Peter Robinson.

25/06/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio reviews 'Ten Second Staircase' by Christopher Fowler and 'Never End' by Ake Edwardson.

24/06/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'The Take' by Martina Cole.

24/06/06 Gerald Kaufman rounds-up crime in The Scotsman.

24/06/06 The Scotsman reviews the latest from Frederic Lindsay.

23/06/06 The Independent reviews 'Three Bags Full' by Leonie Swann.

21/06/06 The Independent gives another review of 'The Bloodstone Papers' by Glen Duncan.

19/06/06 Richard and Judy's Summer selection includes 'The Righteous Men' by Sam Bourne.

18/06/06 The Independent gives a lengthy review of 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin.

18/06/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin.

18/06/06 The Sunday Times rounds-up recent crime releases.

18/06/06 Peter Guttridge rounds-up crime for The Observer, including reviews of 'The Last Days of Newgate' by Andrew Pepper, 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin, 'Critique of Criminal Reason' by Michael Gregorio and 'The Lost Luggage Porter' by Andrew Martin.

17/06/06 The Times reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson, 'The Midnight Choir' by Gene Kerrigan and 'Brother Grimm' by Craig Russell.

17/06/06 The Times reviews the audio version of 'Brother Grimm' by Craig Russell.

17/06/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Pig Island' by Mo Hayder and 'Saturday's Child' by Ray Banks.

17/06/06 The Guardian reviews 'A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil' by Christopher Brookmyre, .

17/06/06 In The Guardian, Michael Dibdin reviews 'Steal You Away' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

17/06/06 The Guardian interviews Arnaldur Indridason.

11/06/06 The Independent reviews 'The Bloodstone Papers' by Glen Duncan.

11/06/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Tabatha's Code' by Matthew d'Ancona.

11/06/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Buried' by Mark Billingham and 'Pig Island' by Mo Hayder..

11/06/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Vienna Blood' by Frank Tallis and 'The Lost Luggage Porter' by Andrew Martin.

10/06/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil' by Christopher Brookmyre.

10/06/06 The Times reviews 'Tenderwire' by Claire Kilroy.

10/06/06 In The Times, Natasha Cooper reviews 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin.

10/06/06 The Times reviews 'Dead Horsemeat' by Dominique Manotti and 'The Priest of Evil' by Matti Joensuu.

10/06/06 The Times reviews 'Your Face Tomorrow Part 2: Dance and Dream' by Javier Marías.

10/06/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'The Pure in Heart' by Susan Hill.

10/06/06 The Guardian reviews 'Sweet Gum' by Jo-Ann Goodwin .

06/06/06 The Telegraph reviews 'A Stain on the Silence' by Andrew Taylor.

06/06/06 The Independent reviews 'Tabatha's Code' by Matthew d'Ancona.

05/06/06 The Evening News speaks to Christopher Brookmyre.

04/06/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'The Good Death' by Nick Brooks.

04/06/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Vienna Blood' by Frank Tallis and 'Pelagia and the White Bulldog' by Boris Akunin.

04/06/06 The Observer reviews 'Steal You Away' by Niccolo Ammaniti.

04/06/06 In the New York Times, Marilyn Stasio reviews 'The Janissary Tree' by Jason Goodwin, 'Dog Day' by Alicia Giménez-Bartlett, 'Havana Black' by Leonardo Padura and 'Framed'by Tonino Benacquista.

04/06/06 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson.

03/06/06 The Scotsman interviews Nick Brooks author of 'The Good Death'.

03/06/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Bloodstone Papers' by Glen Duncan.

03/06/06 The Times reviews 'A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil' by Christopher Brookmyre and 'Never End' by Ake Edwardson.

03/06/06 The Times reviews 'Three Bags Full' by Leonie Swann.

03/06/06 The Times interviews Glen Duncan.

02/06/06 Robert Lewis, author of 'The Last Llanelli Train' makes the shortlist for this year’s Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction.

30/05/06 The CWA announce the shortlist for the Duncan Lawrie International Dagger.

29/05/06 The Evening News speaks to two new Scottish crime authors.

29/05/06 The New York Times reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson.

28/05/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Secret Life of E. Robert Pendleton' by Michael Collins..

28/05/06 The Baltimore Sun (Sarah Weinman) reviews 'City of Shadows' by Ariana Franklin.

28/05/06 The Scotland on Sunday briefly interviews Susan Hill.

28/05/06 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Denise Mina as her second 'Paddy Meehan' book is released.

27/05/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Sun Storm' by Asa Larsson, 'The Hard Way' by Lee Child, 'The Dramatist' by Ken Bruen, and 'Brother Grimm' by Craig Russell.

27/05/06 The Scotsman reviews 'A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil' by Christopher Brookmyre.

27/05/06 The Times reviews 'The Swarm' by Frank Schätzing.

27/05/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being in Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce.

23/05/06 The CWA announce the shortlist for the Duncan Lawrie Dagger.

23/05/06 The Independent reviews 'A Stain On The Silence' by Andrew Taylor.

21/05/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Hard Way' by Lee Child.

20/05/06 In The Times, P D James reviews 'Hunted Down: The Detective Stories of Charles Dickens' edited by Peter Haining.

20/05/06 The Times reviews 'Buried' by Mark Billingham, 'Never Go Back' by Robert Goddard and 'Borkmann's Point' by Hakan Nesser.

20/05/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Tabatha's Code' by Matthew D'Ancona.

20/05/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Kiss Her Goodbye' by Allan Guthrie and 'Saturday's Child' by Ray Banks.

20/05/06 The Guardian reviews 'Buried' by Mark Billingham.

19/05/06 The Independent reviews 'Silence of the Grave' By Arnaldur Indridason.

14/05/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Pelagia and the White Bulldog' by Boris Akunin.

13/05/06 Mo Hayder reviews 'Piece of My Heart' by Peter Robinson for The Globe and Mail.

13/05/06 The Scotsman interviews Boris Akunin.

13/05/06 The Times reviews the new historical thrillers from Bernard Knight, Simon Levack and newcomer, Nick Drake.

13/05/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Velvet Rooms' by Sam North.

13/05/06 In The Guardian, Laura Wilson reviews 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin.

11/05/06 In The NYT, Janet Maslin reviews 'The Hard Way' by Lee Child.

09/05/06 The Independent reviews 'White Blood' by James Fleming.

08/05/06 The Independent reviews 'Darkness And Light by John Harvey misguidedly calling it the second rather than the third (final?) book in the series.

07/05/06 The Independent reviews 'Pelagia and the White Bulldog' by Boris Akunin.

07/05/06 The Independent reviews 'The Lost Luggage Porter' by Andrew Martin.

07/05/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'White Blood' by James Fleming.

07/05/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Torso' by Helene Tursten and 'Sun Storm' by Asa Larsson.

07/05/06 The Observer reviews 'Watch Me Disappear' by Jill Dawson.

06/05/06 The Times reviews 'Pelagia and the White Bulldog' by Boris Akunin and 'Vienna Blood' by Frank Tallis.

06/05/06 The Guardian reviews 'White Blood' by James Fleming.

05/05/06 The Independent reviews 'Grey Souls' by Philippe Claudel.

30/04/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager's column includes reviews of 'The Last Pleasure Garden' by Lee Jackson and 'Dying Light' by Stuart MacBride.

30/04/06 The Telegraph interviews Mo Hayder.

30/04/06 The Independent reviews 'Sweet Gum' by Jo-Ann Goodwin.

30/04/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Saturday's Child' by Ray Banks .

30/04/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Three Evangelists' by Fred Vargas, 'The Spanish Game' by Charles Cumming, 'Excursion to Tindari' by Andrea Camilleri, 'A Thousand Lies' by Laura Wilson, 'Dance with Death' by Barbara Nadel and 'The Stabbing in the Stables' by Simon Brett.

29/04/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Death of Achilles' by Boris Akunin, 'Debts of Dishonour' by Jill Paton Walsh and 'Oh Danny Boy' by Rhys Bowen.

29/04/06 The Times reviews 'The Passenger' by Chris Petit.

29/04/06 The Times reviews the audio version of 'The Hanging Valley' by Peter Robinson.

24/04/06 The Washington Post reviews 'Traitor's Kiss' by Gerald Seymour.

23/04/06 The Age interviews Ken Stott about playing Rebus.

23/04/06 The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews 'The Secret Supper' by Javier Sierra and 'The Last Cato' by Matilde Asensi.

23/04/06 The Telegraph reviews 'White Blood' by James Fleming.

23/04/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'Darkness and Light' by John Harvey.

23/04/06 The Scotland on Sunday interviews Denise Mina.

23/04/06 Peter Guttridge rounds-up crime for The Observer, including reviews of 'Patrick's Alphabet' by Michael Symmons Roberts, 'Pig Island' by Mo Hayder and 'Smoked' by Patrick Quinlan.

23/04/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Death of Achilles' by Boris Akunin and 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

22/04/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Secret Supper' by Javier Sierra, 'Blood and Honey' by Graham Hurley and 'Dark Assassin' by Anne Perry.

22/04/06 The Scotsman speaks to David Ashton, author of the fictional 'Shadow of the Serpent' featuring real life Victorian Detective Inspector McLevy.

22/04/06 The Times reviews 'Darkness and Light' by John Harvey and 'Kiss Her Goodbye' by Allan Guthrie.

22/04/06 The Guardian reviews 'Something in the Sea' by Yves Bonavero and 'Little Face' by Sophie Hannah.

17/04/06 The Sydney Morning Herald talks to Stephen Leather about his latest novel, 'Cold Kill' which has Sydney being attacked by terrorists.

16/04/06 The Telegraph interviews Jake Arnott.

16/04/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Mystery Writer' by Jessica Mann.

16/04/06 The Scotland on Sunday runs a brief interview with Morag Joss.

16/04/06 In The Observer Peter Guttridge's round-up of LCC in Bristol.

16/04/06 Dick Adler reviews 'The Debt' by Roberta Kray and 'The Labyrinth Makers' by Anthony Price in the Chicago Tribune.

16/04/06 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'The Wrong Kind of Blood' by Declan Hughes.

15/04/06 The Times reviews 'Pig Island' by Mo Hayder.

15/04/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Passenger' by Chris Petit.

15/04/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Chemistry of Death' by Simon Beckett.

12/04/06 The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews 'The Mercy Seat' by Martyn Waites.

10/04/06 The Independent has an article on Henning Mankell.

09/04/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Murder Bird' by Joanna Hines.

09/04/06 The Age interviews Tim Krabbe author of the unforgettable, 'The Vanishing'.

09/04/06 Peter Guttridge interviews Jake Arnott in The Observer.

09/04/06 The New York Times reviews 'A Death in Vienna' by Frank Tallis, 'Borkmann's Point' by Hakan Nesser and 'The Rainaldi Quartet' by Paul Adam.

09/04/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Watch Me Disappear' by Jill Dawson.

07/04/06 The Independent reviews 'Murder in Byzantium' by Julia Kristeva.

08/04/06 The Guardian speaks to Dick Francis.

08/04/06 The Times reviews 'A Walk in the Dark' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

06/04/06 The Evening News talks to Ken McClure.

02/04/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Secret Supper' by Javier Sierra and 'Relics' by Pip Vaughan-Hughes.

02/04/06 Dick Adler reviews 'The Mercy Seat' by Martyn Waites, 'A Death in Vienna' by Frank Tallis and 'The Not Knowing' by Cathi Unsworth in the Chicago Tribune.

01/04/06 The Globe and Mail reviews include - 'The Murder Bird' by Joanna Hines, 'Raven Black' by Ann Cleeves, 'Chickenfeed' by Minette Walters and 'False Impression' by Jeffrey Archer.

26/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Patrick's Alphabet' by Michael Symmons Roberts.

25/03/06 The Times interviews Henning Mankell.

25/03/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid, 'A Thousand Lies' by Laura Wilson and 'Contact Zero', by David Wolstencroft.

22/03/06 The Guardian, in association with Harper Collins, interviews 'journalist turned noir novelist', Alex Barclay.

19/03/06 Dick Adler reviews 'The Rainaldi Quartet' by Paul Adam, 'The Minotaur' by Barbara Vine and 'The Dead Yard' by Adrian McKinty in the Chicago Tribune.

19/03/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

19/03/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Gardens of the Dead' by William Broderick.

19/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Sweet Gum' by Jo-Ann Goodwin.

19/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Watch Me Disappear' by Jill Dawson.

18/03/06 The Times reviews the audio version, by Penelope Keith, of 'Agatha Raisin and the Walkers of Dembley' by M C Beaton.

18/03/06 The Times reviews 'The Chemistry of Death' by Simon Beckett.

18/03/06 The Guardian reviews 'Watch Me Disappear' by Jill Dawson.

12/03/06 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Jar City' by Arnaldur Indridason.

12/03/06 The Observer reviews 'The Chemistry of Death' by Simon Beckett.

12/03/06 The Observer reviews 'The Righteous Men' by Sam Bourne.

12/03/06 The Observer reviews 'False Impression' by Jeffrey Archer.

12/03/06 In The Observer Peter Guttridge roundsup reviews of 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid, 'The Spanish Game' by Charles Cumming and 'Ratcatcher' by James McGee.

12/03/06 The New York Times reviews 'Borrowed Time' by Robert Goddard and 'The Princess of Burundi' by Kjell Eriksson.

10/03/06 The Independent speaks to Jill Dawson and how her novel was inspired by her niece's view of the Soham tragedy.

7/03/06 The Scotsman reviews the TV version of Fleshmarket Close.

6/03/06 The Guardian's Digested Read is 'False Impression' by Jeffrey Archer.

5/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Watch Me Disappear' by Jill Dawson.

5/03/06 In The Telegraph, Susanna Yager reviews 'The Spanish Game' by Charles Cumming and 'Debts of Dishonour' by Jill Paton Walsh.

5/03/06 The Independent reviews 'The Truth About Sascha Knisch' by Aris Fioretos and 'The Case of the Missing Books' by Ian Sansom.

5/03/06 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

5/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Contact Zero' by David Wolstencroft.

5/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'The Spanish Game' by Charles Cumming.

5/03/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Cold Kill' by Stephen Leather.

04/03/06 The Globe and Mail reviews include - 'The Hourglass' by Julie Parsons, 'The Smile of a Ghost' by Phil Rickman, 'The Goodbye Kiss' by Massimo Carlotto and 'The Death of a Dreamer' by M. C. Beaton.

04/03/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Truth About Sascha Knisch' by Aris Fioretos and 'King of the Road' by Charlie Williams.

04/03/06 The Scotsman previews Radio 4's Music to Die For where Ian Rankin, John Harvey, Mark Billingham, James Sallis and Karin Slaughter, discuss the role of music in their novels.

04/03/06 The Times reviews 'Sweet Gum' by Jo-Ann Goodwin.

04/03/06 The Times reviews 'The Gardens of the Dead' by William Brodrick.

04/03/06 The Guardian reviews 'False Impression' by Jeffrey Archer as does The Times.

27/02/06 The Guardian's Digested Read is 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

26/02/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Raven Black' by Ann Cleeves and 'A Thousand Lies' by Laura Wilson.

26/02/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Madrid' by C J Sansom.

26/02/06 The Baltimore Sun (Sarah Weinman) reviews 'The Princess of Burundi' by Kjell Eriksson.

26/02/06 The Sunday Times skewers 'False Impressions' by Jeffrey Archer.

26/02/06 The NYT reviews 'Purity of Blood' by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

25/02/06 The Guardian reviews 'The Mobile Library: The Case of the Missing Books' by Ian Sansom.

25/02/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Kept: a Victorian Mystery' by D J Taylor.

25/02/06 The Scotsman reviews 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

24/02/06 The Independent has news of a CWA award for translated crime in : Product placement; Granta regroupings; crime prizes.

23/02/06 Download, from the Guardian, Alexander McCall Smith reading the first chapter of 'Blue Shoes and Happiness'.

21/02/06 The Independent reviews 'The Mobile Library: The Case of the Missing Books' by Ian Sansom.

19/02/06 The Observer reviews the new Mma Ramotswe - 'Blue Shoes and Happiness' by Alexander McCall Smith.

19/02/06 The Observer reviews 'The Mobile Library: The Case of the Missing Books' by Ian Sansom.

19/02/06 The NYT reviews 'A Little White Death' by John Lawton.

19/02/06 Dick Adler reviews 'Death in the Garden' by Elizabeth Ironside in the Chicago Tribune.

19/02/06 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin.

19/02/06 'Brandenburg' by Henry Porter is The Sunday Times's pick of the week.

18/01/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Three Evangelists' by Fred Vargas, 'Before the Frost' by Henning Mankell and 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton.

18/02/06 In The Times, Toby Litt reviews 'The Spanish Game' by Charles Cumming.

18/02/06 Val McDermid talks about her research for 'The Grave Tattoo' in The Times .

18/02/06 In The Times P D James and Ruth Rendell, the reigning queens of crime fiction, talk about its enduring appeal, how they write and some of their predecessors from the ‘golden age’.

18/02/06 In The Guardian, Joanne Harris reviews 'Borrowed Light' by Joolz Denby.

17/02/06 Michael Marshall talks about his life in crime in The Guardian.

15/02/06 The Independent reviews 'Seven Lies' by James Lasdun.

14/02/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Ratcatcher' by James McGee.

12/02/06 The Independent reviews 'A Thousand Lies' by Laura Wilson and 'Excursion to Tindari' by Andrea Camilleri.

12/02/06 The San Francisco Chronicle reviews 'The Princess of Burundi' by Kjell Eriksson.

12/02/06 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid.

12/02/06 The Observer reviews 'Seven Lies' by James Lasdun.

11/02/06 In The Guardian, Susan Hill reviews 'Kept: a Victorian Mystery' by D J Taylor.

11/02/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Priest' by Ken Bruen and 'Blood and Honey' by Graham Hurley.

11/02/06 In The Guardian Michael Dibdin recounts a Sardinian adventure.

11/02/06 In The Times Marcel Berlins reviews 'The Grave Tattoo' by Val McDermid, 'King of the Road' by by Charlie Williams and 'Pardonable Lies' by Jacqueline Winspear.

11/02/06 In The Times Michael Dibdin reviews 'The Righteous Men' by Sam Bourne.

11/02/06 The Times reviews 'The Case of the Missing Books' by Ian Sansom.

11/02/06 The Times reviews the audio versions of 'Arthur & George' by Julian Barnes and 'The Chemistry of Death' by Simon Beckett.

10/02/06 The Independent interviews Fred Vargas.

10/02/06 The Independent reports an "End to the romance as library users turn to crime".

10/02/06 H R F Keating writes an obituary for Michael Gilbert in The Guardian.

10/02/06 The Guardian writes that " Crime fiction holds sway in public libraries".

6/02/06 The Telegraph has a second review of 'Kept: a Victorian Mystery' by D J Taylor.

6/02/06 In The Morning Star, Mat Coward reviews 'Winter in Madrid' by C. J. Sansom and 'The Hourglass' by Julie Parsons.

5/02/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Purity of Blood' by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

5/02/06 The Telegraph reviews 'Kept: a Victorian Mystery' by D J Taylor as does The Sunday Times.

4/02/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Winter in Madrid' by C. J. Sansom and 'Murder in Byzantium' by Julia Kristeva.

4/02/06 The Times reviews 'Ice Moon' by Jan Costin Wagner.

3/02/06 The Independent reviews ' School's Out' by Christophe Dufossé.

29/01/06 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews 'All She Ever Wanted' by Patrick Redmond.

29/01/06 The Independent's paperback roundup includes a review of 'Sugarmilk Falls' by Ilona Van Mil.

28/01/06 The Guardian reviews 'A Burnable Town' by Philip Davison.

28/01/06 The Times reviews 'Excursion to Tindari' by Andrea Camilleri and 'Raven Black' by Ann Cleeves.

22/01/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'The Man of My Life' by Manuel Vàzques Montalbàn.

22/01/06 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews 'Ice Moon' by Jan Costin Wagner.

21/01/06 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Mercy Seat' by Martyn Waites, 'Night Bus' by Giampiero Rigosi and 'No Help for the Dying' by Adrian Magson (again).

19/01/06 The Independent reviews ' Winter In Madrid' by C J Sansom.

15/01/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'Enemy Within' by Paul Adam and 'Gentlemen and Players' by Joanne Harris.

14/01/06 The Times reviews 'Priest' by Ken Bruen and 'The Three Evangelists' by Fred Vargas.

14/01/06 The Times reviews the audio version of 'The American Boy' by Andrew Taylor.

13/01/06 The Independent interviews poet David Harsent, who writes crime under the names David Lawrence and Jack Curtis.

12/01/06 In The Independent, 'A Week In Books' discusses ghostwriting and 'How to Seduce a Ghost' by Hope McIntyre aka Caroline Upcher and a ghostwriter herself.

08/01/06 The Washington Post reviews 'Death in the Garden' by Elizabeth Ironside, 'After the Armistice Ball' by Catriona McPherson and 'Mrs. Malory and No Cure For Death' by Hazel Holt.

08/01/06 Dick Adler reviews 'Gentlemen and Players' by Joanne Harris and 'The Goodbye Kiss' by Massimo Carlotto in the Chicago Tribune.

08/01/06 The New York Times reviews 'The Sacred Cut' by David Hewson.

08/01/06 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Catch Me When I Fall' by Nicci French.

07/01/06 The Times has a short story by Nicci French - 'The Visitors'.

07/01/06 The Times has a feature on Len Deighton.

07/01/06 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Reckoning' by Sue Walker.

07/01/06 The Times reviews the audio versions of 'The Woman in Black' by Susan Hill and 'Frost at Christmas' by R D Wingfield.

05/01/06 The Independent interviews Len Deighton.

04/01/06 The Times has more on the CWA's decision to ban translated crime from Gold Dagger consideration.

03/01/06 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews 'A Dead Man in Istanbul' by Michael Pearce.

03/01/06 The Guardian's obituary for spy writer Ted Allbeury.

01/01/06 Mark Timlin praises 'Mr Clarinet' by Nick Stone.

28/12/05 The Telegraph reviews Anne Perry's Christmas offering, 'A Christmas Guest'.

28/12/05 The Independent's Heroes and Villains include Orhan Pamuk and the CWA respectively.

28/12/05 In The Independent a short story by Alexander McCall Smith - 'The Unfortunate Fate of Kitty da Silva'.

25/12/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'The Moon Tunnel' by Jim Kelly and 'Ticket to Ride' by Janet Neel.

25/12/05 The New York Times reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James and 'Ash and Bone' by John Harvey.

24/12/05 The Times details several author's favourite walks including Ian Rankin's Edinburgh walk.

24/12/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'No Help for the Dying' by Adrian Magson, 'The Man of My Life' by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán and 'The Smile of a Ghost' by Phil Rickman.

24/12/05 The Gobe and Mail reviews 'Belfast Cofidntial' by Colin Bateman and 'The Detection Collection' edited by Simon Brett.

20/12/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton.

19/12/05 In The Independent: Crime writers are denied prizes by literary snobs, says Rankin.

18/12/05 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews '9tail Fox' by Jon Courtenay Grimwood and 'The Art of Dying' by Vena Cork.

18/12/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Quite Honestly' by John Mortimer.

17/12/05 The Guardian reviews 'Enemy Within' by Paul Adam and 'Now You See Me' by Margaret Murphy.

13/12/05 The Daily Record reports how Ian Rankin appears in the new Inspector Rebus tv adaptation in a part he didn't write.

11/12/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'No Peace for the Wicked' by Pip Granger, 'Total Chaos' by Jean-Claude Izzo, 'Seventy-Seven Clocks' by Christopher Fowler and 'Involuntary Witness' by Gianrico Carofiglio.

11/12/05 The New York Times reviews 'Dear Departed' by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.

11/12/05 The Sunday Times Thriller Roundup includes books by Mankell and Ryan amongst others.

11/12/05 The Sunday Times Crime Roundup includes books by Camilleri, Dibdin, Fossum and Akunin amongst others.

10/12/05 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Betrayal' by Karin Alvtegen.

10/12/05 Exclusively in The Times, John Mortimer's seasonal short story 'The Actor's Story'.

9/12/05 The Independent has a feature on the CWA's new award and new sponsor.

5/12/05 The Telegraph chooses its Crime Books of 2005.

5/12/05 The CWA announces a new name, new prize and a new sponsor for the Gold Dagger award.

4/12/05 Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Devil's Feather' by Minette Walters, 'Berlin' by Pierre Frei, 'The Third Woman' by Mark Burnell and 'Blood on the Saddle' by Rafael Reig.

3/12/05 In The Times, Marcel Berlins picks out his best of 2005 : 'Silence of the Grave' by Arnaldur Indridason, 'Lifeless' by Mark Billingham and 'The Big Over Easy' by Jasper Fforde plus the latest from Moseley and Block.

27/11/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Have Mercy on Us All' by Fred Vargas, 'The Cipher Garden' by Martin Edwards, 'Masterpieces in Miniature' by Agatha Christie and briefly 'The Smell of the Night' by Andrea Camilleri.

27/11/05 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'The Burning Girl' by Mark Billingham.

26/09/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Someone Else' by Tonino Benacquista and 'Tarantula' by Thierry Jonquet.

25/11/05 Frances Fyfield reviews the latest best sellers from P D James and Ruth Rendell.

23/11/05 Filmfodder reports that production has begun on the filming of P D James' SF novel,'Children of Men'.

20/11/05 The Sunday Times interviews Scottish author Lin Anderson whose series features a forensic scientist.

20/11/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Night Frost'by RD Wingfield, read by David Jason.

20/10/05 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Black Angel' by John Connolly.

19/11/05 The Times reviews 'The Conjurer's Bird' by Martin Davies.

20/11/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'Gentlemen and Players' by Joanne Harris and 'The Man of My Life' by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.

19/11/05 The Guardian reviews 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton as well as 'The Vienna Assignment' by Olen Steinhauer.

18/11/05 The Independent features the CWA John Creasey award winning 'Running Hot' by Dreda Say Mitchell.

18/11/05 The Independent reviews 'The Man of My Life' by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.

16/11/05 Marcel Berlins writes about the CWA's decision to only consider books originally written in English for the Golden Dagger award.

15/11/05 Orham Pamuk has been awarded the prestigious French foreign literature prize the Prix Medicis.

13/11/05 Peter Guttridge reviews the latest from Baronesses James and Rendell.

13/11/05 The Sunday Times reviews two books about Sherlock Holmes : 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes Vol 3' and 'Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorised Biography'.

12/11/05 Golden Dagger rule change excludes translated crime novels from competition.

11/11/05 Jane Jakeman reviews 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton.

10/11/05 Jane Jakeman reviews 'The Conjuror's Bird' by Martin Davies.

8/11/05 Barry Forshaw reviews ' Catch Me When I Fall' by Nicci French.

8/11/05 The CWA announce the recipients of the 2005 Dagger Awards.

6/11/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'End In Tears' by Ruth Rendell.

6/11/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton.

6/11/05 In The NYT, Marilyn Stasio reviews reissues of 'Death in the Garden' by Elizabeth Ironside and 'Total Chaos' by Jean-Claude Izzo.

5/11/05 The Times talks to authors who collaborate, including the husband and wife team behind Nicci French.

1/11/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James.

31/10/05 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'Safer Than Houses' by Frances Fyfield.

30/10/05 Dick Adler reviews ' Spectres in the Smoke' by Tony Broadbent and 'Demon of the Air' by Simon Levack in the Chicago Tribune.

30/10/05 The Independent reviews Eric Ambler's 'The Levanter'.

30/10/05 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'First Drop' by Zoe Sharp.

30/10/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James.

29/10/05 The Times reviews 'The Take' by Martina Cole and 'Aggressor' by Andy McNab.

29/10/05 The Times reviews 'The First Casualty' by Ben Elton.

29/10/05 The Guardian reviews 'Berlin' by Pierre Frei.

29/10/05 In The Guardian, Jessica Mann reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James.

29/10/05 The Guardian has more insights from Turkish author Orhan Pamuk.

25/10/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'Blood on the Saddle' by Rafael Reig and 'Safer than Houses' by Frances Fyfield amongst other non European offerings.

24/10/05 The Independent reviews the first translated title,'The Devil's Star' from Norwegian author Jo Nesbo.

23/10/05 The Observer interviews Turkish author Orhan Pamuk.

23/10/05 In The NYT, Marilyn Stasio reviews 'The Innocent' by Magdalen Nabb and 'Half Broken Things' by Morag Joss.

23/10/05 The Guardian reviews 'The Man Who Smiled' by Henning Mankell.

23/10/05 In The Guardian, crime author Andrew Martin on 'being a boy'.

22/10/05 The Scotsman interviews Ian Rankin.

22/10/05 Dick Adler reviews '13 Steps Down' by Ruth Rendell in the Chicago Tribune.

21/10/05 The Guardian reports that Booker prize winner John Banville is to write a series of thrillers.

16/10/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Watching Out' by by Ann Granger.

16/10/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'Friends, Lovers, Chocolate' by Alexander McCall Smith.

16/10/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'Quite Honestly' by John Mortimer.

15/10/05 Natasha Cooper reviews 'End in Tears' by Ruth Rendell for The Times which also has an extract.

15/10/05 Macavity's interview Martin Edwards.

11/10/05 Ask Alexander McCall Smith a Question on the Guardian's site.

11/10/05 The Guardian reviews 'A Quiet Vendetta' by Roger Jon Ellory.

9/10/05 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Half Broken Things' by Morag Joss.

9/10/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Lighthouse' by P D James.

9/10/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'The Black Angel' by John Connolly.

9/10/05 The Independent reviews 'The Penge Bungalow Murders' by John Mortimer.

8/10/05 The Times reviews 'Safer Than Houses' by Frances Fyfield and 'The Mannequin Man' by Luca Di Fulvio.

7/10/05 The Independent reviews 'The Man Who Smiled' by Henning Mankell.

5/10/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'The Devil's Feather' by Minette Walters and 'The Third Woman' by Mark Burnell.

3/10/05 The Independent reviews ' Friends, Lovers, Chocolate' by Alexander McCall Smith.

26/09/05 The Independent reviews 'The Stranger House' by Reginald Hill.

24/09/05 The Times reviews the re-released 'The Flood' by Ian Rankin.

24/09/05 Elsewhere, The Times reviews 'Blind Eye' by G M Ford and the re-released 'The Chinaman' by Stephen Leather.

24/09/05 The Times enthuses about 'The Not Knowing' by Cathi Unsworth, 'The Man Who Smiled' by Henning Mankell and Seventy-Seven Clocks' by Christopher Fowler.

24/09/05 In The Times Selina Walker talks about her Bouchercon experiences.

24/09/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Seventy-Seven Clocks' by Christopher Fowler as well as 'The Hot Kid' by Elmore Leonard and 'Fiddlers' by Ed McBain.

22/09/05 Ian Rankin talks to The Evening News about Rebus's future.

20/09/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'Berlin' by Pierre Frei and 'Alibi' by Joseph Kanon.

18/09/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'First Drop' by Zoe Sharp, 'A Bitter Chill' by Jane Finnis and briefly mentions Nicholas Royle and Gladys Mitchell.

18/09/05 Ian Rankin article in The Scotland on Sunday.

17/09/05 Alex Norton (DCI Matt Burke) on Taggart and Rebus in the Evening News.

17/09/05 The Scotsman discusses Agatha Christie, Jane Marple and lots of statistics.

15/09/05 The CWA announces the shortlist for the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger for 2005.

13/09/05 The BBC has an article on The Mystery of Agatha Christie.

11/09/05 Peter Guttridge reviews 'Gagged and Bound' by Natasha Cooper as well as the latest from Slaughter, Lippman and Kellerman.

11/09/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'Crusader's Cross' by James Lee Burke and 'A Quiet Vendetta' by Roger Jon Ellory.

10/09/05 The Scotsman reviews 'Friends, Lovers, Chocolate' by Alexander McCall Smith.

10/09/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Devil's Feather' by Minette Walters.

9/09/05 Macavity's interview Tonino Benacquista.

6/09/05 The Independent previews Agatha Christie Week.

4/09/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Out of Mind' by Catherine Sampson.

4/09/05 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Pardonable Lies' by Jacqueline Winspear.

4/09/05 The Independent gives five stars to 'Death in the Truffle Wood' by Pierre Magnan.

3/09/05 The Globe and Mail enthuses about 'Calling Out for You' by Karin Fossum.

3/09/05 The Mirror report how ex MP and current spy thriller writer, Nigel West, faces jail.

31/08/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Swan Song' by Robert Edric.

28/08/05 The New York Times reviews 'Pardonable Lies' by Jacqueline Winspear.

28/08/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Secrets of the Dead' by Reginald Hill.

28/08/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'Gagged and Bound' by Natasha Cooper and 'The Voice of the Violin' by Andrea Camilleri.

27/08/05 In The Times, Natasha Cooper reviews 'Friends, Lovers, Chocolate' by Alexander McCall Smith.

27/08/05 The Times reviews 'Angel in the House' by Mike Ripley and 'Ticket to Ride' by Janet Neel.

27/08/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Blood of Angels' by Michael Marshall, 'Last Rights' by Barbara Nadel and 'A Good Day to Die' by Simon Kernick.

27/08/05 The Age reviews 'The Dead Place' by Stephen Booth.

24/08/05 The Independent reviews 'The City of Tiny Lights' by Patricke Neate.

23/08/05 Jane Jakeman reviews 'The Portrait' by Iain Pears.

21/08/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Pardonable Lies' by Jacqueline Winspear.

21/08/05 The Age talks to John Harvey.

21/08/05 The Independent reviews 'The Voice of the Violin' by Andrea Camilleri.

21/08/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The Portrait' by Iain Pears.

21/08/05 Susanna Yager reviews 'The Stranger House' by Reginald Hill and 'Captain Alatriste' by Arturo Pérez-Reverte .

21/08/05 The Independent reviews audio versions of 'The Silver Pigs' by Lindsey Davis and 'The American Boy' by Andrew Taylor.

19/08/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Darkhouse' by Alex Barclay, 'Lethal Intent' by Quintin Jardine, 'Killing the Beasts' by Chris Simms, 'Death in the Truffle Wood' by Pierre Magnan and 'Calling Out For You!' by Karin Fossum.

19/08/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The Death of Achilles' by Boris Akunin.

17/08/05 The Independent reviews 'The Big Over Easy' by Jasper Fforde.

16/08/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin.

14/08/05 Susanna Yager rounds up the latest releases from Jim Kelly, Stephen Booth, Susan Hill, Simon Kernick, David Lawrence, Barbara Nadel, Jasper Fforde and Sam Baker.

14/08/05 The New York Times reviews 'The Last Resort' by Carmen Posadas, 'Holy Smoke' by Tonino Benacquista and 'Thirty-Three Teeth' by Colin Cotterill.

14/08/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio version of 'Soft Target' by by Stephen Leather.

13/08/05 The Times reviews some Italian crime writing : 'Involuntary Witness' by Gianrico Carofiglio and 'The Voice of the Violin' by Andrea Camilleri.

13/08/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin and 'The Not Knowing' by Cathi Unsworth.

12/08/05 Jane Jakeman interviews Boris Akunin.

7/08/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'The Palace Tiger' by Barbara Cleverly, 'Gold Granite' by Stuart MacBride and 'Thirty-Three Teeth' by Colin Cotterill.

7/08/05 The South Florida Sun-Sentinel posts Janet Maslin's NYT review of 'The Big Over Easy: A Nursery Crime' by Jasper Fforde.

7/08/05 The Independent looks at the latest from Michael Dibdin and Andrea Camilleri.

7/08/05 The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Field of Blood' by Denise Mina.

6/08/05 The Times reviews the Da Vinci Code-esque 'The Colour of a Dog Running Away' by Richard Gwyn.

6/08/05 The Times interviews Boris Akunin and publishes an extract from 'The Death of Achilles' the fourth Erast Fandorin novel.

6/08/05 The Times reviews 'Brandenburg' by Henry Porter and Joseph Kanon's 'Alibi'.

6/08/05 In The Observer Matthew Lewin reviews Steve Mosby's 'The Cutting Crew'.

6/08/05 Alexander McCall Smith talks about his ancestors.

5/08/05 The Independent muses on the 'war' genre and reviews Philippe Claudel's 'Grey Souls'.

4/08/05 This Week reviews 'Field of Blood' by Denise Mina.

31/07/05 The Kansas City Star reviews the Sara Selkirk series by Morag Joss.

31/07/05 In the Baltimore Sun, Sarah Weinman reviews books by Denise Mina and Karin Fossum.

31/07/05 Karin Fossum's 'Calling Out For You' is given a lengthy review in The Independent.

31/07/05 Mark Timlin is enthusiastic about 'Darkhouse' by Alex Barclay.

31/07/05 Peter Guttridge reviews the latest from Reginald Hill as well as some (other) thrillers.

31/07/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Stranger House' by Reginald Hill.

30/07/05 The London Free Press reviews 'Blood Eagle' by Craig Russell, the first of three novels to be set in Germany.

30/07/05 The Times reviews 'Gagged and Bound' by Natasha Cooper as well as the new books by Stella Duffy and Karin Slaughter.

29/07/05 Ian Rankin first editions to be auctioned.

27/07/05 The Telegraph interviews Reginald Hill.

27/07/05 The Telegraph reviews 'City of Tiny Lights' by Patrick Neate.

27/07/05 The Independent reviews 'Brandenburg' by Henry Porter.

25/07/05 The Washington Post reviews 'The Blood-Dimmed Tide' by Rennie Airth.

24/07/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Field of Blood' by Denise Mina and 'The Blood-Dimmed Tide' by Rennie Airth.

24/07/05 The Washington Post reviews 'Spies' by German author, Marcel Beyer.

24/07/05 Conan Doyle is accused of betrayal and murder.

23/07/05 The Times reviews the tenth Aurelio Zen book, 'Back to Bologna' by Michael Dibdin and publishes an extract.

23/07/05 The Times reviews the latest from horse-racing crime writer Lyndon Stacey and muses about other sports in thrillers.

23/07/05 The Times reviews the audio version of 'Sleepyhead' by Mark Billingham.

22/07/05 The Washington Post reviews 'The Big Over Easy' by Jasper Fforde.

22/07/05 The Independent reviews Chris Cleave's 'Incendiary'.

16/07/05 The Times reviews the latest from Jasper Fforde, Karin Fossum and Reginald Hill.

12/07/05 Inspector Morse spin-off series 'Lewis' begins filming this month.

12/07/05 Chris Cleave reflects on his novel's similarity to last week's bomb attacks, in The Telegraph.

11/07/05 The Independent reviews '54' by Wu Ming.

10/07/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Brandenburg' by Henry Porter.

10/07/05 The Times rounds-up recent Thrillers including those by : Robert Edric, Patrick Neate and Chris Cleave.

10/07/05 The Times rounds-up recent Crime novels including those by : Frank Tallis, Jacqueline Winspear, Susan Hill, Andrew Holmes, David Lawrence, Stephen Leather and Michael Ridpath.

9/07/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Last Llanelli Train' by Robert Lewis as well as 'The Traveller' by John Twelve Hawks.

06/07/05 HarperCollins interviews Reginald Hill.

03/07/05 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews Ian Rankin's 'Complete Short Stories'.

03/07/05 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews 'The Last Llanelli Train' by Robert Lewis, 'Blood of Angels' by Michael Marshall and 'Grievous Angel' by Jane Hill.

02/07/05 The Times rounds-up recent Thrillers including those by : John Burdett, Robert Goddard, Lee Child and Jim Kelly.

02/07/05 The Times rounds-up recent Crime novels including those by : Mark Billingham, Frank Tallis, Kate Atkinson and Malcolm Pryce.

29/06/05 In The Independent Alexander McCall Smith revisits Botswana.

26/06/05 The Sunday Times gives a brief review to 'Dark Fire' by C J Sansom.

26/06/05 The Observer interviews Henry Porter, author of 'Brandenburg'.

26/06/05 More crime reviews in The Telegraph including Peter James, Robert Edric, Stuart MacBride and Michael Marshall.

26/06/05 Susanna Yager rounds up the latest crime novels in The Telegraph.

26/06/05 The Telegraph interviews Susan Hill who switched to crime writing recently.

26/06/05 The New York Times reviews 'The Water Room' by Christopher Fowler.

25/06/05 The Globe and Mail reviews the new books from Mark Billingham, John Connolly and John Burdett.

24/06/05 The Independent reviews '54' by the group of Italians known as Wu Ming.

21/06/05 The Telegraph reviews Gene Kerrigan's 'Little Criminals'.

19/06/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'Brandenburg' by Henry Porter.

19/06/05 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews the latest from Jasper Fforde, Mark Billingham, John Burdett and Anders Roslund & Borge Hellstrom.

19/06/05 In The Independent, Mark Timlin reviews 'A Good Day to Die' by Simon Kernick and 'The Innocent' by Harlan Coben.

18/06/05 The Guardian reviews 'Bangkok Tattoo' by John Burdett.

18/06/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Little Criminals' by Gene Kerrigan and 'Death of the Day' by Tanith Lee as well as Connelly and Winslow.

15/06/05 BBC Cult reviews the new Sapphire and Steel audio drama 'The Passenger'.

15/06/05 This month Barbara Cleverly is interviewed by Macavity's.

12/06/05 The Observer has an article on European crime authors.

12/06/05 In The Independent Mark Timlin reviews 'Little Criminals' by new Irish author, Gene Kerrigan.

12/06/05 The Times reviews the audio version of 'A Certain Justice' P D James.

11/06/05 The Times reviews the paperback of 'In the Name of Ishmael' by Giuseppe Genna.

9/06/05 The Independent reviews 'The Beast' by Anders Roslund and Borge Hellstrom.

5/06/05 The Sunday Times' audio book of the week is 'The Sixth Lamentation'by William Brodrick read by Nathaniel Parker and Diana Bishop.

5/06/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'Case Histories' by Kate Atkinson as does The Sunday Times.

4/06/05 The Times gives a positive review to the audio versions of Malcolm Pryce’s 'Aberystwyth Mon Amour' and 'Last Tango in Aberystwyth'.

4/06/05 The Guardian reviews 'In the Name of Ishmael' by Giuseppe Genna and 'Fags and Lager' by Charlie Williams.

29/05/05 The Sunday Times reviews the latest crime books including European authors John Lawton and Rob Ryan as well as Iles, Pelecanos and others.

28/05/05 Long article in The Guardian about Ian Rankin.

28/05/05 The Guardian reviews 'Mortal Mischief' by Frank Tallis set in Vienna in the 1900s.

28/05/05 The Guardian reviews thrillers by Christopher Brookmyre, Stuart MacBride and Anders Roslund and Borge Hellström.

27/05/05 New version of Enid Blyton's Famous Five will be a cartoon.

26/05/05 In The Independent, Barry Forshaw reviews John Harvey's 'Ash and Bone'.

26/05/05 Robert Goddard is interviewed by Macavity's.

25/05/05 Sapphire and Steel are back in the audio drama 'The Passenger' a classic murder mystery.

25/05/05 BBC Cult announces that the ('Proper') Miss Marple episodes are out on DVD in June.

24/05/05 The Telegraph interviews Umberto Eco.

22/05/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio of 'Cold Granite' by Stuart MacBride read by John Sessions.

22/05/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews the Agatha Christie inspired travel book 'The 8.55 to Baghdad' by Andrew Eames.

22/05/05 The DenverPost reviews 'Bangkok Tattoo' by John Burdett.

21/05/05 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Captain Alatriste' by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

19/05/05 Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' to open in The West End in October 2005.

14/05/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being in Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce, 'The Black Angel' by John Connolly, 'Ash and Bone' by John Harvey and 'The Welfare of the Dead' by Lee Jackson .

14/05/05 In The Guardian, Michael Dibdin reviews 'Lang' by Kjell Westö and 'Snow is Silent' by Benjamin Prado.

13/05/05 The Independent briefly reviews 'Snow is Silent' by Benjamin Prado.

8/05/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being in Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce.

8/05/05 In The Telegraph Susanna Yager reviews a number of new books including those by Denise Mina, Barbara Vine, David Hewson, John Lawton and Lee Child plus Coben, Crais and others.

8/05/05 Learn more about Charlie Williams and Mangel at Serpents Tail.

8/05/05 The New York Times reviews 'No Corners for the Devil' by Olive Etchells.

7/05/05 The Times reviews the abridged audio version of 'The Ninth Life of Louis Drax' by Liz Jensen.

7/05/05 The Telegraph reviews 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being in Aberystwyth' by Malcolm Pryce.

4/05/05 Ian Rankin's week in The Telegraph.

1/05/05 The Telegraph speaks to Joolz Denby.

1/05/05 The Telegraph reviews 'All Fun and Games Until Somebody Loses an Eye' by Christopher Brookmyre.

1/05/05 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Post-script to Poison' by Dorothy Bowers and 'Hostage to Murder' by V L McDermid as well as Donna Leon and a couple of new Sherlock Holmes stories.

30/04/05 The Globe and Mail reviews the latest from David Hewson, Barbara Nadel, Quintin Jardine and Martin O'Brien.

29/04/05 The Independent reviews 'The Black Angel' by John Connolly.

29/04/05 The Independent reviews the paperback of 'The Killing Joke' by Anthony Horowitz.

24/04/05 The Telegraph's reviewer is disappointed with 'The Minotaur' by Barbara Vine.

24/04/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'The Ninth Life of Louis Drax' by Liz Jensen.

24/04/05 The Oregonian reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

24/04/05 The New York Times reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

24/04/05 The St Louis Today reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

23/04/05 The Guardian reviews 'Blue Rondo' by John Lawton amongst the latest from the US.

17/04/05 The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith and 'Before The Frost' by Henning Mankell.

15/04/05 The Independent reviews 'The Minotaur' by Barbara Vine.

12/04/05 Helen Mirren to do one more 'Prime Suspect'.

11/04/05 The Telegraph interviews Ruth Rendell.

10/04/05 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Minotaur' by Barbara Vine.

10/04/05 The New York Times reviews 'Long Spoon Lane' by Anne Perry.

03/04/05 Susanna Yager rounds up the crime releases in The Telegraph.

03/04/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio of 'Murder in the Museum' written and read by Simon Brett.

28/03/05 The Herald interviews Denise Mina about her new book 'The Field of Blood'.

20/03/05 The Sunday Times's audio book reviews include 'Gaudy Night' and 'Classic Detective Stories'.

19/03/05 The CWA announced that Ian Rankin is the 2005 recipient of the Cartier Diamond Dagger.

19/03/05 The Guardian reviews four thrillers including 'Blood Eagle' by Craig Russell.

18/03/05 The Independent reviews the paperback release of 'As Far as You Can Go' by Lesley Glaister.

18/03/05 The Independent interviews Alexander McCall Smith.

12/03/05 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Blooding of Jack Absolute' by C C Humphreys.

12/03/05 The Times's audio book reviews include a collection of 'Classic Detective Stories' and 'The Winter Queen' by Boris Akunin.

12/03/05 The Times's crime roundup includes 'A Strange Affair' by Peter Robinson along with the latest by Walter Mosley, Guillermo Martínez and Donna Leon.

11/03/05 The Telegraph runs the obituary for Alan Hunter, author of the Chief Inspector Gently series.

8/03/05 The Times has the British Book Awards shortlists including the one for The World Books Crime Thriller of the Year.

7/03/05 Historical author Sylvian Hamilton died on the 28 February 2005.

6/03/05 The Telegraph reviews 'A Matter of Death and Life' by Andrey Kurkov.

6/03/05 In The Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews 'Hidden River' by Adrian McKinty, 'Birds of a Feather' by Jacqueline Winspear and 'Gene' by Stel Pavlou.

6/03/05 The Guardian interviews Alexander McCall Smith.

5/03/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'An Honourable Murderer' by Philip Gooden, 'The Concrete Sea' by John Dalton and 'The Big Blind' by Ray Banks.

28/02/05 James Bond for kids in Charlie Higson's 'SilverFin' featuring a 13 year old Bond.

27/02/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'GB84' by David Peace.

27/02/05 The Sunday Times reviews the paperback of 'In the Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

20/02/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

20/02/05 The Scotland on Sunday reviews the play version of 'Boiling a Frog' by Christopher Brookmyre.

20/02/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio book of 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton.

19/02/05 The Guardian reviews 'Soft Target' by Stephen Leather.

13/02/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'Be My Enemy' by Christopher Brookmyre.

13/02/05 The Sunday Times reviews the audio books of 'The Birth of Venus' by Sarah Dunant and 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

8/02/05 In Susanna Yager's latest roundup for The Telegraph, she reviews the latest releases from Barbara Nadel, Friedrick Glauser, Vena Cork, David Wolstencroft, Peter Robinson and Peter Lovesey as well as non European releases.

7/02/05 The BBC's 24 "Page Turners" includes one crime novel - 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin.

5/02/05 The Times reviews the audio book of 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

5/02/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Tom Harris' by Stefan Themerson, 'Deadly Web' by Barbara Nadel and 'In Matto's Realm' by Friedrich Glauser.

5/02/05 The Guardian reviews 'Imago' by Eva-Marie Liffner.

5/02/05 The Globe and Mail reviews the latest from Michael Pearce and Jose Carlos Somoza.

3/02/05 In The Independent Jane Jakeman reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin and 'Deadly Web' by Barbara Nadel.

30/01/05 The Independent reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

30/01/05 In The Observer Peter Guttridge reviews a lot of new releases including Sheila Quigley, Eva-Marie Liffner, Akunin and several other European authors.

30/01/05 The Observer talks to Italian author Massimo Carlotto about his amazing life.

30/01/05 The Age has the NYT article on 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes' by Leslie S. Klinger.

29/01/05 The Guardian reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

25/01/05 The RTE reviews 'Nocturnes' by John Connolly.

24/01/05 The New Zealand Herald reviews the latest from John Mortimer.

24/01/05 The Independent reviews 'Good News, Bad News' by David Wolstencroft.

23/01/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'Tokyo' by Mo Hayder.

23/01/05 Read the opening lines of 'Maisie Dobbs' by Jacqueline Winspear in the Chicago Tribune.

22/01/05 The Times reviews the audio book of Mark Mills’s 'Amagansett'.

22/01/05 The Globe and Mail reviews 'Strange Affair' by Peter Robinson.

19/01/05 The Telegraph reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

16/01/05 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'The Dark Water' by David Pirie the third in the series featuring Conan Doyle as the detective.

16/01/05 If Quintin Jardine ruled the world in the Scotland on Sunday.

15/01/05 The Times reviews 'Good News, Bad News' by David Wolstencroft.

9/01/05 The Independent has an article on the author of 'A Very Long Engagement' - Sébastien Japrisot.

8/01/05 The Times reviews the audio book of 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

8/01/05 The Guardian reviews 'Good News, Bad News' by David Wolstencroft.

8/01/05 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Thorn' by Vena Cork, 'The Year of the Woman' by Jonathan Gash and 'A Detective at Death's Door' by HRF Keating.

26/12/04 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'The Fire Baby' by Jim Kelly, 'The Unquiet Dead' by Gay Longworth and 'The Depths of Solitude' by Jo Bannister.

26/12/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Disordered Minds' by Minette Walters.

24/12/04 The Age reviews 'No Trace' by Barry Maitland.

20/12/04 In Susanna Yager's latest roundup for The Telegraph, she reviews John Connor, Paul Adam, C J Sansom, Massimo Carlotto, Louis Sanders and Mark Timlin as well as non European releases.

19/12/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Self's Punishment' by Bernhard Schlink and Walter Popp and 'Seeking Whom He May Devour' by Fred Vargas .

18/12/04 The Times reviews 'Turkish Gambit' by Boris Akunin.

17/12/04 The Independent reviews 'Empire of the Wolves' by Jean-Christophe Grangé.

12/12/04 In The Baltimore Sun, Sarah Weinman reviews 'The Rottweiler' by Ruth Rendell.

12/12/04 The Sunday Times reviews 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes' edited by Leslie S Klinger and so does the Florida Sun-Sentinel.

12/12/04 The Sunday Times reviews 'Deep Black' by Andy McNab, 'Before the Frost' by Henning Mankell, 'Empire of the Wolves' by Jean-Christophe Grangé and 'The Silent and the Damned' by Robert Wilson.

10/12/04 The Independent has the new titles for Richard and Judy's Bookclub which includes 3 European crime novels ('The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, 'The American Boy' by Andrew Taylor and 'The Sixth Lamentation' by William Brodrick).

5/12/04 In The Independent, Mark Timlin has a Crime Christmas special none of which are by European writers!.

5/12/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews ' The Reunion' by Sue Walker.

4/12/04 The Guardian reviews some recent British thrillers.

4/12/04 The Times briefly reviews French author Louis Sanders' 'An Ignoble Profession'.

3/12/04 The Independent's Crime Books of 2004 are nearly all by European writers.

3/12/04 (17/11/04) In Susanna Yager's roundup for The Telegraph, she reviews Graham Hurley, Andrew Taylor, Thomas Richter and Jorg Fauser as well as US releases.

30/11/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'Self's Punishment' by Bernhard Schlink.

28/11/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel features The Baltimore Sun's review of Jose Saramago's 'The Double'.

27/11/04 The Times briefly reviews the paperback version of 'Murder on the Leviathan' by Boris Akunin.

27/11/04 The Times reviews the audio version of 'The Vesuvius Club' written and read by Mark Gatiss..

26/11/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews the audio book of 'Whiteout' by Ken Follett.

23/11/04 The International Herald Tribune has the NYT review of 'Rottweiler' by Ruth Rendell.

21/11/04 The Chicago Sun-Times reviews 'Bloodhounds' by Peter Lovesey.

21/11/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel gives a great review to 'No Laughing Matter' by Peter Guttridge.

20/11/04 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Above Suspicion' by Lynda La Plante.

20/11/04 The Times reviews the audio versions of 'The Winter Queen' and 'Murder on the Leviathan' by Boris Akunin and 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton.

20/11/04 The Scotsman reviews 'Thirteen Steps Down' by Ruth Rendell.

19/11/04 The Houston Chronicle reviews 'The Clerkenwell Tales' by Peter Ackroyd.

19/11/04 The Independent talks to thriller writer Andy McNab.

19/11/04 Publishing News reports that Crime titles have helped Allison & Busby do well.

18/11/04 The Guardian interviews French crime author Fred Vargas.

14/11/04 The Seattle Times also reviews 'Rottweiler' by Ruth Rendell.

14/11/04 In their audio book section, The Sunday Times reviews 'The Best of Sherlock Holmes 1' and 'Murder in the Mews'.

14/11/04 The Sunday Times also reviews 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton.

14/11/04 In the Observer, Peter Guttridge reviews the latest from the King and Queen of Crime, Ian Rankin and Ruth Rendell.

13/11/04 The Ottawa Citizen interviews Ruth Rendell.

13/11/04 The Guardian reviews 'Amagansett' by Mark Mills.

12/11/04 The Washington Post reviews 'Rottweiler' by Ruth Rendell.

12/11/04 In The Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton and 'Call the Dying' by Andrew Taylor.

9/11/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton.

7/11/04 The Observer interviews Ben Elton author of 'Past Mortem'.

7/11/04 The Telegraph reviews Jose Saramago's 'The Double'.

6/11/04 In the Guardian Stella Duffy reviews the second book from C J Sansom, 'Dark Fire'.

6/11/04 The Guardian reviews the latest thrillers from Paul Adam, Ken Follett and Geoffrey Archer.

6/11/04 The Age reviews 'Tamburlaine must die' by Louise Welsh.

5/11/04 The Globe and Mail reviews Jose Saramago's 'The Double'.

3/11/04 The Guardian reviews 'The Vesuvius Club' by Mark Gatiss calling it a 'a pastiche Edwardian James Bond thriller'.

2/11/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Murders' by John Mortimer.

2/11/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton.

31/10/04 The Independent reviews 'Nocturnes' by John Connolly.

31/10/04 The Boston Globe reviews 'The Reunion' by Sue Walker.

31/10/04 The Scotland on Sunday reviews 'Seeking Whom He May Devour' by Fred Vargas.

30/10/04 The Times reviews 'Past Mortem' by Ben Elton and briefly reviews the paperback of 'Play to the End' by Robert Goddard.

30/10/04 The Scotsman briefly reviews the audio book version of 'Jack Absolute' by CC Humphries.

29/10/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews the audio book of 'An Unpardonable Crime (An American Boy) by Andrew Taylor and read by Sir Derek Jacobi.

29/10/04 The Independent reviews 'Seeking Whom He May Devour' by Fred Vargas.

29/10/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'Sleep, Pale Sister' by Joanne Harris.

28/10/04 The Age speaks to Martin Shaw about playing Adam Dalgliesh.

27/10/04 The Independent reviews 'Homeland' by Clare Francis.

27/10/04 The Telegraph reviews 'The Blackpool Highflyer' by Andrew Martin.

27/10/04 Jasper Fforde pops up in the Globe and Mail.

24/10/04 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of Boris Akunin's 'Murder on the Leviathan'.

24/10/04 In Susanna Yager's roundup for The Telegraph, she reviews Ruth Rendell, Robert Wilson, Henning Mankell and Paul Johnston as well as top US authors.

24/10/04 Boris Akunin's 'Leviathan' is the Sunday Times's pick of the week.

24/10/04 'Quite Ugly One Morning' by Christopher Brookmyre is one of the Sunday Times's audio books of the week.

23/10/04 The Spectator reviews the latest in the Lydmouth series, 'Call the Dying' by Andrew Taylor.

23/10/04 The Times briefly reviews the paperback of 'Eagles and Angels' by Julie Zeh.

22/10/04 Haaretz.com reviews 'Something Rotten' by Jasper Fforde.

22/10/04 Miss Marple had secret lover ...at least in ITV's newest version (The Guardian).

22/10/04 The Independent talks to Bernhard Schlink author of 'The Reader'.

21/10/04 The Bookseller has a short (but free) paragraph on a new BBC1 book club.

21/10/04 In the Independent, thriller writer Philip Kerr talks touchingly about his US tour promoting his first children's book.

20/10/04 The International Herald Tribune also reviews 'The Double' by José Saramago.

20/10/04 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'The Cryptographer' by Tobias Hill (right at the bottom of the page).

19/10/04 The Boston Globe calls 'The Double' by José Saramago 'divinely disorienting' and the Denver Post has an excerpt.

18/10/04 The Washington Post reviews 'Shoulder the Sky' by Anne Perry the second part of her WW1 series.

16/10/04 In The Guardian, Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Answers from the Grave' by Mark Timlin.

16/10/04 The Times reviews the latest from Ian Rankin, Robert Wilson, Ruth Rendell, Frances Fyfield and John Mortimer.

16/10/04 The Times reviews the audio book of 'Quite Ugly One Morning' by Christopher Brookmyre.

16/10/04 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Killing Joke' by Anthony Horowitz.

15/10/04 Edinburgh has been named as the first City of Literature reports The Independent.

13/10/04 Stella Rimmington gets cross examined at a book event writes The Independent.

10/10/04 The Telegraph 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin.

10/10/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Have Mercy On Us All' by Fred Vargas.

10/10/04 The Cleveland.com reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith and is somewhat disappointed with it.

10/10/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'Case Histories' by Kate Atkinson.

10/10/04 The Sunday Times reviews Nicci French's 'Secret Smile'.

10/10/04 Janet Maslin's NYT review of 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith is posted at The Register-Guard.

10/10/04 The Denver Post has an excerpt from 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

10/10/04 Newsday reviews Jose Saramago's 'The Double'.

09/10/04 The Globe and Mail reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

09/10/04 Mystery author, Lyn Hamilton, reviews 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin for The Globe and Mail.

09/10/04 In The Scotsman, Gerald Kaufman reviews the latest by Stephen Booth, Hilary Norman, Robert Goddard, Robert Edric and Ingrid Black.

09/10/04 The Times briefly reviews 'Have Mercy On Us All' by Fred Vargas.

08/10/04 UK bookshop Macavity's has an interview with Ian Rankin about 'Fleshmarket Close'.

07/10/04 The International Herald Tribune writes about Alexander McCall Smith's serial novel '44 Scotland Street'.

06/10/04 The St. Louis Today reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith and 'Truecrime' by Jake Arnott.

04/10/04 The New Statesman reviews 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin and 'Thirteen Steps Down' by Ruth Rendell.

04/10/04 The Scotsman has an article on real life and fictional crime in Edinburgh .

03/10/04 The Toronto Star reviews 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin.

03/10/04 The Chicago Sun-Times briefly talks about 'The Penge Bungalow Murders' featuring Rumpole of the Bailey, by John Mortimer.

03/10/04 The Seattle Times reviews 'The Clerkenwell Tales' by Peter Ackroyd.

03/10/04 The Observer reviews Sheila Hancock's book : 'The Two of Us: My Life with John Thaw' as does The Times.

03/10/04 The Observer reviews the audio version of 'Fleshmarket Close' by Ian Rankin.

03/10/04 The Times reviews 'Thirteen Steps Down' by Ruth Rendell and 'Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Murders' by John Mortimer .

02/10/04 The Globe and Mail reviews a number of British authors including McDermid, Billingham, Jardine and Davis.

02/10/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'The Lambs of London' by Peter Ackroyd.

02/10/04 The Guardian reviews Paul Johnston's 'The Golden Silence'.

02/10/04 The Guardian reviews Jean-Christophe Grangé's 'Empire of the Wolves'.

02/10/04 The Times recommends the audiobook of Ian Rankin’s 'Fleshmarket Close' read by 'Taggart' stalwart James McPherson.

01/10/04 The Houston Chronicle reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

01/10/04 The Independent also reviews 'Birth of a Nation' by Julian Rathbone.

01/10/04 The Scotsman has an extract from 'The Two of Us: My Life with John Thaw' by Sheila Hancock.

30/09/04 Alexander McCall Smith's serial story, '44 Scotland Street' is back in the Scotsman on the 4th.

30/09/04 The CWA have announced the Debut Dagger Shortlist.

27/09/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'In the Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

26/09/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Birth of a Nation' by Julian Rathbone.

26/09/04 The Telegraph reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

26/09/04 The Times reviews the latest from Ian Rankin and Alexander McCall Smith.

26/09/04 The Times reviews 'The Blackpool Highflyer' by Andrew Martin.

26/09/04 The Observer interviews Lynda La Plante.

25/09/04 The Scotsman reviews 'The Golden Silence' by Paul Johnston.

25/09/04 The Scotsman reviews 'Case Histories' by Kate Atkinson.

25/09/04 The Scotsman talks to Ian Rankin about 'Fleshmarket Close'.

25/09/04 The Times reviews the audio book (abridged) of 'Homeland' by Clare Francis.

25/09/04 Peter Ackroyd's The Lambs of London is reviewed in The Age.

24/09/04 Ian Rankin is interviewed in The Independent.

23/09/04 Alexander McCall Smith launches his two new books at Scotland's largest single literary event.

22/09/04 In the final part Alexander McCall Smith talks about how his life has been turned upside-down.

21/09/04 In the second part in The Scotsman, Alexander McCall Smith talks about how he became a writer.

20/09/04 The Glasgow Herald reviews Ian Rankin's 'Fleshmarket Close'.

20/09/04 The Scotsman has the first of a three part series on Alexander McCall Smith's life beginning with his early days.

19/09/04 The Scotland on Sunday has a short interview with ex crime writer Nicholas Blincoe.

19/09/04 The Chicago Tribune gives a positive review to 'Good News, Bad News' by David Wolstencroft.

19/09/04 Newsday.com reviews 'The Clerkenwell Tales' by Peter Ackroyd.

19/09/04 The Observer reviews 'Modesty Blaise - I, Lucifer and Dragon's Claw' by Peter O'Donnell.

19/09/04 The Sunday Times reviews the audio book of 'Amagansett' by Mark Mills.

18/09/04 The Scotsman suggests that Mma Ramotswe could be the new Morse.

18/09/04 The Globe and Mail reviews several British books: 'Good Morning, Midnight' by Reginald Hill, 'The Tinder Box' by Minette Walters and 'Black Tide' by Caroline Carver.

18/09/04 In The Guardian Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Two-Way Split' by Allan Guthrie, 'Day After Day' by Carlo Lucarelli and 'Maisie Dobbs' by Jacqueline Winspear.

18/09/04 The Times has an article on audiobooks and the 2004 Spoken Word Awards with some recommendations.

18/09/04 The Scotsman reviews the paperback of 'Secret Smile' by Nicci French.

17/09/04 The Independent reviews 'Before the Frost' by Henning Mankell.

15/09/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Havoc in its Third Year' by Ronan Bennett and also here.

15/09/04 The St Louis Today reviews 'Something Rotten' by Jasper Fforde and 'Deception' by Denise Mina'.

14/09/04 The Telegraph reviews the paperbacks of 'Medusa' by Michael Dibdin and 'Absolute Friends' by John le Carré.

12/09/04 The Denver Post interviews Jasper Fforde.

12/09/04 The Independent reviews the paperback of 'Full Dark House' by Christopher Fowler.

12/09/04 The Times reviews the latest Sarah Fortune book, 'Looking Down', by Frances Fyfield.

12/09/04 The Age has an article on Frederick Forsyth.

12/09/04 The Sunday Herald steps up to review Kate Atkinson's 'Case Histories'.

11/09/04 The Guardian reviews Andrew Martin's 'The Blackpool Highflyer'.

11/09/04 The Times gives a paragraph to Henning Mankell's 'Firewall'.

10/09/04 The Independent now reviews Kate Atkinson's crime novel 'Case Histories'.

09/09/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews Jose Saramago's 'The Double'.

08/09/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews Tobias Hill's 'The Cryptographer'.

07/09/04 The Scotsman reviews last night's episode of 'Blue Murder' (written by Cath Staincliffe).

06/09/04 The New Statesman reviews 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith.

06/09/04 The Scotsman reviews last night's episode of 'Silent Witness'.

05/09/04 The Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews 'Deception' by Denise Mina.

05/09/04 The Chicago Sun-Times reviews Jasper Fforde's 'The Well of Lost Plots'.

05/09/04 The Scotland on Sunday has an article on James Nesbitt who played the lead in the tv show of Christopher Brookmyre's 'Quite Ugly One Morning'.

05/09/04 The Denver Post reviews 'The Damascened Blade' by Barbara Cleverly.

05/09/04 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Falling Off Air' by Catherine Sampson along with 'The First Cut' (apa 'Caedmon's Song') by Peter Robinson and 'Chaucer and the House of Fame' by Philippa Morgan.

05/09/04 The Washington Post reviews 'Deadline in Athens' by Petros Markaris.

05/09/04 The San Francisco Chronicle reviews Denise Mina's 'Deception'.

05/09/04 The Sunday Herald reviews both new books from Alexander McCall Smith.

05/09/04 The Scotland on Sunday reports the time for the airing of the radio play of 'The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency'.

05/09/04 The Sunday Times reviews Kate Atkinson's first crime novel, 'Case Histories' as does The Age calling the author a modern Jane Austen.

05/09/04 The Observer reviews 'Attraction' by James Manlow.

06/09/04 The New Statesman reviews 'The Blackpool Highflyer' by Andrew Martin.

04/09/04 The Telegraph talks to Mark Strong as the DVD of Jake Arnott's 'The Long Firm' is released.

04/09/04 The Spectator reviews Kate Atkinson's 'Case Histories'.

04/09/04 The Scotsman reviews Sunday's TV showing of Christopher Brookmyre's 'Quite Ugly One Morning'.

04/09/04 The Times briefly reviews some audio books by Agatha Christie.

04/09/04 The Times gives a mixed review to 'The Sunday Philosophy Club' by Alexander McCall Smith but The Scotsman is more favourable.

04/09/04 In The Guardian Maxim Jakubowski reviews Laura Wilson's 'The Lover' and Mike Ashley's (ed) 'The Mammoth Book of Roaring Twenties Whodunnits'.

04/09/04 The Guardian reviews Henning Mankell's 'Before the Frost' as does The New Statesman under the banner of 'the Swedish Morse'.

01/09/04 The Independent interviews London crime author JJ Connolly.

31/08/04 The Glasgow Daily Record reports how Ian Rankin has had a street named after him.

30/08/04 The Washington Post reviews Denise Mina's 'Deception'.

30/08/04 The Edinburgh Evening News has a short article on Allan Guthrie.

29/08/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Case Histories' by Kate Atkinson as well as interviews her about her first crime novel.

29/08/04 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'The Murder Room' by P D James.

29/08/04 The Independent reviews 'The Blackpool Highflyer' by Andrew Martin.

29/08/04 The Age speaks to Will Rhode about his thriller 'White Ghosts'.

29/08/04 The Richmond Times-Dispatch covers a talk given by Jasper Fforde.

29/08/04 The Scotland on Sunday Times has a short article on Arthur Conan Doyle.

29/08/04 The Sunday Times recommends the audio version of 'The Burning Girl' by Mark Billingham.

28/08/04 The Age reviews Henning Mankell's 'Before the Frost' the first in the Linda Wallander series.

28/08/04 The Scotsman has short anecdotes about Ian Rankin meeting Muriel Spark and Chris Brookmyre's recent Harrogate experience.

28/08/04 The Scotsman has an article on the making of a musical version of Wilkie Collins's 'Woman in White'.

28/08/04 The Scotsman reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

28/08/04 The Scotsman has an article on the making of a musical version of Wilkie Collins's 'Woman in White'.

28/08/04 The Times briefly reviews the paperbacks of 'Absolute Friends' by John Le Carre and 'The Hidden Man' by Charles Cumming.

27/08/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

27/08/04 The Independent has an article on Petros Markaris whose novels feature Greek detective Inspector Costas Haritos.

26/08/04 The New Zealand Herald has an article on Frederick Forsyth.

26/08/04 The Telegraph reviews the paperback of 'Disordered Minds' by Minette Walters.

25/08/04 In the Independent, Jane Jakeman reviews 'One Last Breath' by Stephen Booth.

24/08/04 The Age has an article on the Melbourne Writers' Festival with special attention paid to Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

23/08/04 The Guardian has more on Enid Blyton being top of the pops for today's adults.

23/08/04 Enid Blyton's Famous Five are top of the poll for 'which books today's adults most enjoyed as children'. (Open in new window if it doesn't appear in the frame.)

22/08/04 The Chicago Tribune reviews 'Deception' by Denise Mina and (briefly) 'I Love My Smith and Wesson' by David Bowker.

22/08/04 The Sunday Times also reviews 'The Killing Joke' by Anthony Horowitz as well as 'Something Rotten' by Jasper Fforde. Both apparently featuring a death by steamroller...

22/08/04 Absolute Friends by John Le Carré is the Sunday Times's 'Pick of the Week'.

22/08/04 Tobias Hill has been nominated for Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year for 'The Cryptographer'.

22/08/04 Peter Guttridge reviews 'The Killing Joke' by Anthony Horowitz as well as 'The Burning Girl' by Mark Billingham and 'The Blackpool Highflyer' by Andrew Martin, for the Observer.

22/08/04 The Observer reviews the audio book of the 'Secret Smile' by Nicci French .

21/08/04 The Spectator reviews 'The Double' by José Saramago.

21/08/04 The Spectator reviews 'In The Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

21/08/04 The Guardian reviews 'Medusa' by Michael Dibdin.

21/08/04 The Times reviews the latest novels from Henning Mankel, Andrea Camilleri and Carlo Lucarelli.

21/08/04 The Scotsman tries to find Alexander McCall Smith's inspiration for Mma Ramotswe in a trip to Botswana.

20/08/04 The Independent reviews 'The Double', an existential thriller, by Jose Saramago.

19/08/04 In BBC News Alexander McCall Smith explains why he's trading Africa for Edinburgh in his latest book.

18/08/04 In its sample 'Fiction' section, The Times Literary Supplement reviews 'The Lambs of London' by Peter Ackroyd, the work of Bulgarian author (who wrote some crime novels) Julia Kristeva and 'The Winter Queen' by Boris Akunin.

17/08/04 The Scotsman reports how the success of Alexander McCall Smith has sent his publisher into the big league. In the Company of Cheerful Ladies is the first in the series to be printed in hardback and will have an initial run of 101,000, said to be a Scottish record.

16/08/04 The Sunday Herald discusses Edinburgh's claim to being World City Of Literature.

16/08/04 The Independent reviews former crime writer Scarlett Thomas's new book 'PopCo' calling it a 'big, zeitgeisty novel.

15/08/04 The Sunday Times has an article on how Joyce Holms's latest book was inspired by the theft of a Da Vinci painting.

15/08/04 The Sun-Sentinel reviews Lazy Bones by Mark Billingham.

15/08/04 Newsday has an article/interview with Jacqueline Winspear of 'Maisie Dodds' fame..

15/08/04 One more review for 'Tamburlaine Must Die' by Louise Welsh this time in the Scotland on Sunday.

15/08/04 The Sunday Times reviews 'In the Company of Cheerful Ladies' by Alexander McCall Smith.

15/08/04 The Observer asks several novelists where they go for their summer holidays, including Henning Mankell and Nicci Gerrard.

15/08/04 The Observer gives a good review to the abridged audio version of 'The Torment of the Others' by Val McDermid.

15/08/04 The Observer reviews 'The Lambs of London' by Peter Ackroyd.

14/08/04 The Age has an article on the 'Foreign Sleuth' and lists its ten foreign classics.

14/08/04 The Age carries an interview with Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

14/08/04 The Age reviews Mark Billingham's The Burning Girl.

14/08/04 The Independent has an interview with Alexander McCall Smith whose next Precious Ramotswe book is out next week.

14/08/04 The Times features the biography of Eugène-François Vidocq, the founder of the French undercover police operation,'the Sûreté', by James Morton entitled 'The First Detective'.

14/08/04 The Times briefly reviews 'Medusa' by Michael Dibdin on their paperbacks page.

14/08/04 The Times reviews the audio book of 'One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night' by Christopher Brookmyre.

13/08/04 The Independent has an interview with Anthony Horowitz who has just released his first book for adults, a comic thriller.

12/08/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews Stella Rimington's At Risk.

11/08/04 The Scotsman marks tomorrow's 40th anniversary of the death of Ian Fleming.

10/08/04 Janet Maslin's NYT review of Jasper Fforde's 'Something Rotten' can be seen in The International Herald Tribune.

09/08/04 The Glasgow Herald talks about Alexander McCall Smith's new series featuring Edinburgh's philosopher sleuth Miss Dalhousie and so does The Evening News.

09/08/04 The Boston Globe reviews the latest in Barbara Cleverley's India set series, 'The Damascened Blade'.

09/08/04 The Washington Post reviews the debut thriller 'Going East' by Matthew d'Ancona.

08/08/04 The Telegraph reviews two books about Mary Lamb : 'The Lambs of London' by Peter Ackroyd and 'The Devil Kissed Her' by Kathy Watson.

08/08/04 The Telegraph reviews 'Tamburlaine Must Die' by Louise Welsh twice: here and here.

08/08/04 The Times Picayune travels around the world in crime fiction including a stop in Norway for 'Don't Look Back' by Karin Fossum.

08/08/04 The Philadelphia Inquirer reviews 'The Full Cupboard of Life' by Alexander McCall Smith.

08/08/04 The Denver Post reviews 'Something Rotten' by Jasper Fforde as does the South Florida Sun Sentinel .

08/08/04 The Toronto Star reviews 'The Guards' by Ken Bruen.

08/08/04 The Independent also reviews 'Tamburlaine Must Die' by Louise Welsh.

08/08/04 Mark Timlin talks about literary crime and bemoans the lack of crime in the latest books by Robert Edric and Susan Hill, in The Independent.

08/08/04 The Observer takes its turn to review 'Tamburlaine Must Die' by Louise Welsh.

08/08/04 The New York Post reviews 'Amagansett' by Mark Mill.

08/08/04 The Glasgow Evening Times interviews new Glasgow crime writer Louise Anderson.

08/08/04 The Scotland on Sunday gives a mixed review to the short story collection 'Men from Boys' edited by John Harvey.

07/08/04 Another positive review for 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, this time from The Spectator.

07/08/04 The Globe and Mail review 'Lucifer's Shadow' by David Hewson, 'Hasty Death' by Marion Chesney and 'Royal Heist' by Lynda La Plante as well as Grafton, Clarke (the younger), Jeff Lindsay and Hoag.

07/08/04 Ian Rankin's favourite Edinburgh spots, in The Scotsman.

07/08/04 The Times now reviews 'The Queen of the South' by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

06/08/04 The Isle of Wight Libraries Adult Book Award shortlist of five, includes Mark Billingham's 'Lazy Bones'.

06/08/04 ITV to produce an evening show about books says The Independent. 'Between the Covers' is set to be on screen in the autumn. Another promised programme is 'Book Idol'...

06/08/04 The Independent reviews several books on Christopher Marlowe including Louise Welsh's 'Tamburlaine Must Die'.

06/08/04 The Independent reviews Peter Ackroyd's 'The Lambs of London'.

06/08/04 Helen Fielding's 'Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination' gets reviewed (savaged?) by The Independent and its readers.

06/08/04 The Independent briefly reviews 'Day After Day' by Carlo Lucarelli.

05/08/04 The Independent reviews the latest Thursday Next tale, 'Something Rotten' by Jasper Fforde.

03/08/04 The New Zealand Herald reviews Christopher Brookmyre's Be My Enemy.

02/08/04 The Tower that P D James used in 'The Black Tower' is to be moved, reports the BBC.

02/08/04 The Independent reviews 'Antwerp' by Nicholas Royle.

01/08/04 The Baltimore Sun briefly reviews 'Staying Power' by Judith Cutler.

01/08/04 The Telegraph briefly reviews 'The American Boy' by Andrew Taylor.

01/08/04 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon and 'The Queen of the South' by Arturo Perez-Reverte.

31/07/04 The Guardian has an edited extract from 'Soham: A Story Of Our Times', by Nicci Gerrard.

31/07/04 The Times briefly reviews 'Almost Blue' by Carlo Lucarelli.

31/07/04 The Times reviews the audio book of P D James's 'The Murder Room'.

30/07/04 The Independent reviews 'In the Name of Ishmael' by Giuseppe Genna.

25/07/04 Peter Guttridge reviews books from several countries including Japan, Iran as well as the UK in The Observer.

24/07/04 How pulp fiction and the Beatles pointed Jake Arnott towards a career, in the Guardian.

23/07/04 Mark Billingham investigates the changing face of crime fiction in The Independent.

21/07/04 Ian Rankin gets a light grilling in the Scotsman.

21/07/04 The Scotsman has a feature on 'get sleuthing' with links to the Harrogate festival, being a PI and joining the police.

20/07/04 The Guardian covers Agatha Christie's poll win as Britain's favourite crime writer. There's also a link to an Agatha Christie quiz.

20/07/04 The BBC reports that the science fiction series 'Star Cops' will be out on DVD next month.

20/07/04 Jane Jakeman reviews the Icelandic 'Jar City' by Arnaldur Indridason in the Independent.

20/07/04 Mark Billingham reveals his top 10 fictional detectives in the Guardian.

19/07/04 Susanna Yager's latest reviews include 'Jar City', 'Dead I May Well Be' and 'The Snack Thief' amongst others.

19/07/04 The Evening News reports that a forensic science course in Edinburgh has been flooded with applications.

19/07/04 The BBC reports that the cult mystery detective drama 'Strange Report' featuring Anthony Quayle is out on DVD.

19/07/04 The Scotsman comments on some of the crime series on UK tv including Midsomer Murders.

18/07/04 The Independent takes a look at the continuing popularity of children's author Enid Blyton.

18/07/04 Agatha Christie has come top of a poll to find Britain's favourite crime writer says BBC News. Also in the Scotsman.

18/07/04 The Seattle Times is complimentary about Arturo Pérez-Reverte's 'The Fencing Master'.

18/07/04 Scotland on Sunday takes a look at the Agatha Christie inspired travel book 'The 8.55 to Baghdad' by Andrew Eames.

18/07/04 Scotland on Sunday poses a few tricky questions for Mark Billingham.

18/07/04 The Observer gets round to its review of Stella Rimington's 'At Risk'.

18/07/04 The Observer gives a positive review to 'The Ninth Life of Louis Drax' by Liz Jensen which is already a Hollywood film in production.

18/07/04 The Sunday Times reviews 'The Memory Man' by Lisa Appignanesi.

18/07/04 The Sunday Times briefly reviews 'The Full Cupboard of Life' by Alexander McCall Smith and 'The Cryptographer' by Tobias Hill.

17/07/04 The Guardian reviews 'Deadfolk' by Charlie Williams.

17/07/04 The Times briefly reviews the paperback of Karin Fossum's 'He Who Fears the Wolf'.

16/07/04 Inspector Morse is to be reborn as Inspector Lewis with Kevin Whateley reprising his role for three TV specials on ITV and Albert Finney is to play Rumpole - reported in The Scotsman. More on this at the BBC.

16/07/04 Ian Rankin is "offering to immortalise a city business in his next best-seller" according to The Scotsman.

16/07/04 The Independent interviews some time crime writer Nicholas Blincoe.

14/07/04 The Birmingham Post interviews one of its successful natives, Lindsey Davis.

14/07/04 Deadly Pleasures lists its Barry Award nominations for Best British Mystery Novel.

12/07/04 Win paperback copies of the 9 Orion New Blood authors in a difficult competition in The Guardian.

12/07/04 The Washington Post reviews Kevin Wignall's 'For the Dogs'.

12/07/04 The Boston Globe reviews the latest two books in Robert Wilson's Bruce Medway series, set in Africa.

11/07/04 Paul Bryers' 'The Used Women's Book Club' gets a mention in the paperback reviews in The Telegraph.

11/07/04 The Seattle Times briefly reviews, Christopher Fowler's 'Full Dark House'.

10/07/04 Toronto's, The Globe and Mail, reviews 'He Who Fears the Wolf' by Karin Fossum amongst others.

10/07/04 The Guardian reviews Arturo Pérez-Reverte's 'The Queen of the South'.

10/07/04 The Times thriller roundup includes Rimington's 'At Risk', Günter Ohnemus's 'The Russian Passenger', Andrey Kurkov’s 'The Case of the General’s Thumb', Robert Goddard’s 'Play to the End' as well as 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' by Mark Haddon.

9/07/04 In the Independent, Andrew Eames follows Agatha Christie's route in 'The 8.55 to Baghdad' and Jane Jakeman takes a look at the result.

8/07/04 The Scotsman interviews Quintin Jardine whose new book is called 'Stay of Execution'.

7/07/04 The Telegraph lists several European crime novels in the best 30 novels to take on holiday.

5/07/04 Ken McClure talks about his new thriller, 'The Gulf Conspiracy', in The Scotsman.

4/07/04 The Guardian interviews Stella Rimington.

3/07/04 The Guardian's Chris Petit reviews Guiseppe Genna's 'In the Name of Ishmael'.

3/07/04 The Independent's turn to review 'At Risk' by Stella Rimington.

3/07/04 The Times and The Guardian review Louise Welsh's latest offering, 'Tamburlaine Must Die' a novella about the death of Christopher Marlowe.

3/07/04 Tobias Hill's 'The Cryptographer' gets a mention in the paperback reviews in the Times.

1/07/04 The Telegraph's Jessica Mann reviews 'At Risk' by Stella Rimington.

29/06/04 The Telegraph's Julia Flynn reviews 'Siren Song' by Robert Edric.

28/06/04 The Telegraph's Lloyd Evans reviews 'In the Name of Ishmael' by Giuseppe Genna.

28/06/04 The Telegraph's Alastair Sooke reviews 'Blag' by Tony Saint.

28/06/04 The Telegraph's Sam Leith reviews 'At Risk' by Stella Rimington.

27/06/04 The Telegraph's Rachel Simhon reviews 'The Torment of Others' by Val McDermid.

27/06/04 The Times thriller roundup focuses on 'At Risk' (Stella Rimington), 'The Increment' (Chris Ryan), 'Siren Song' (Robert Edric), 'Play to the End' (Robert Goddard), The Lover (Laura Wilson) and Tokyo (Mo Hayder) amongst bestsellers from the US.

27/06/04 The Times crime roundup focuses on 'Be My Enemy' (Christopher Brookmyre), 'Playing with Fire' (Peter Robinson) and 'The Various Haunts of Men' (Susan Hill) amongst fare from the US.

27/06/04 Susanna Yager reviews recent crime fiction, including Mo Hayder's 'Tokyo', Neil Griffith's 'Betrayal in Naples', Toby Moore's 'Sleeping with Fishes' and Time Heald's 'Death and the Visiting Fellow' for the Telegraph.

25/06/04 First novels by ex spy bosses Stella Rimington and David Bickford are reviewed by the Guardian.

21/06/04 'Walking into the Night' by Olaf Olafsson is reviewed in the Telegraph.

20/06/04 'The Shadow of the Wind' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon is reviewed in the Telegraph who call it 'a popular masterpiece, an instant classic'.

19/06/04 Jake Arnott's 'Truecrime' gets a mention in the paperback reviews in the Times.

16/06/04 Rupert Everett is to star as Sherlock Holmes in a new BBC1 drama according to BBC Cult News.

12/06/04 Maxim Jakubowski reviews 'Dead I May Well Be' by Adrian McKinty, 'Judas Pig' by Horace Silver and 'The Lonely Dead' by Michael Marshall for the Guardian.

12/06/04 Robert Edric's 'Siren Song' is reviewed in the Guardian.

10/06/04 Ex spy-boss Stella Rimington's debut novel 'At Risk' is multi-reviewed in the Guardian.

6/06/04 The Guardian reviews Susan Hill's first foray into crime,'The Various Haunts of Men', the first in a planned trilogy. The Telegraph also reviews it.

6/06/04 Peter Guttridge reviews Michael Marshall's and Ken Bruen's latest books 'The Lonely Dead' and 'The Dramatist'.

29/05/04 Robert Goddard's 'Play to the End' is reviewed in the Guardian.

20/05/04 The Guardian's running a competition to give away tickets for the Hay Festival (28 May-6 June). Colin Dexter's around on the 1st, there's a crime panel on the 4th featuring Minette Walters, Susan Hill and Jake Arnott and Alexei Sayle and Jasper Fforde are on a panel on the 5th.

16/05/04 Alessandro Baricco's 'Without Blood' gets a better review in the Observer.

13/05/04 theBookseller.com reports that the UK's only mainstream books magazine 'Ink' will close after only six issues.

11/05/04 Ian Thomson reviews 'Without Blood' by Alessandro Baricco in the Telegraph.

8/05/04 In the Guardian, Chris Petit reviews Mo Hayder's latest, 'Tokyo' and Maxim Jakubowski gives his views on Akunin's 'Leviathan' and Harvey's 'Flesh and Blood'.

7/05/04 Geraldine McEwan is to star as Miss Marple in 4 ITV adaptations according to BBC Cult News.

7/05/04 Jane Jakeman reviews John Harvey's 'Flesh and Blood' for the Independent.

25/04/04 In an interview with the the Sunday Mirror, actor Jack Ellis mentions his plans for a tv series based on the Sam Turner books by John Baker for which he has bought the rights.



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