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CWA Author Paul HarrisonCWA Dagger in the Library, 2013 Long list announced

1st May 2013

Sponsor: Dead Good, The Random House Group The judging panel for this year’s Dagger in the Library Award are pleased to announce the longlist for the 2013 award. Mobeena Khan, who chairs the judges, s...

Crime Writers’ Association Conference 2013

29th April 2013

Once a year members of the Crime Writers’ Association get together, drink, chat, drink, eat, drink, laugh, drink and learn at our annual conference. This year we were in Lake Windermere over the...

CRA review: Lie Still, Julia Heaberlin

25th April 2013

Lie Still is a potent blast of twenty first century Southern Gothic. Julia Heaberlin brings a poet’s craft and conviction to her storytelling, and the characters which populate her fictional Texan tow...

CRA April Giveaway: Never Coming Home

18th April 2013

The Crime Writers’ Association and Crime Readers’ Association are currently gearing up to National Crime Writing Month, which will start at the end of May, and will see special crime event...

Criminal London giveaway

21st March 2013

London as a city has a dark and criminal past – and a new book provides the definitive guide to the capital’s crimes.  From Sherlock Holmes’ Baker Street and Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel...

Giveaway – win cinema tickets

8th March 2013

From 29 March, the BFI in London will be showing a tribute to John Boorman’s crime classic, Point Blank. CRA readers can now win a free pair of tickets the the film.  John Boorman’s American deb...

Review – Rules of Honour

11th February 2013

Matt Hilton’s latest crime novel is reviewed by Graham Smith.  When his best friend’s father is murdered, Joe Hunter steps up to help deliver the kind of justice the courts can’t give. Together...

The Jerusalem Puzzle

1st February 2013

Laurence O’Bryan is the author of thrillers The Istanbul Puzzle and the second novel in the series, The Jerusalem Puzzle. Here he tells us about his visit to the city to research the novel. In J...

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