The Crime Readers' Association

Martin-EdwardsMartin Edwards: Publishing a New Book

26th June 2013

How does it feel to have a new novel published, when you’ve published plenty of books before?” An interesting question, I think. Of course, the appearance of one’s very first novel is a unique a...

Anya-LipskaAnya Lipska: My top 5 true crime reads

24th June 2013

Anya Lipska, author of Where the Devil Can’t Go, a crime thriller set among London’s Poles, chooses her top five true crime reads. 1. Shot in the Heart– Mikal Gilmore, 1994 In 1977, Gary Gilmore’s dem...

Saturday Sixers: Jane Finnis

22nd June 2013

Pondering the sixty-year anniversary of the Crime Writers’ Association, Jane finds herself wondering: what was I doing in 1953? I’d like to say I don’t recall 1953, it was before my time. But I’d be l...

Leigh RussellLeigh Russell: The Story of Books

18th June 2013

From as far back as we can trace, people have felt the need to share stories. Wasn’t early cave man a forerunner of the fisherman boasting about ‘the one that got away’? Imagine a pr...

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