Books

A suspense thriller of rivalry in the publishing industry... with dung beetles

A little white lie casts a huge shadow in Erin Kelly's clever thriller

Bussi's latest international crime thriller involves a race against time manhunt on the small volcanic island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean.

Thomas H. Cook's memoir is a reflective, sobering and thoughtful account of worldwide travels to the sites of some of the darkest events in human history.

Life, faith and conflict in Northern Ireland in the debut novel from filmmaker Phil Harrison

The abduction of a baby girl brings old family secrets and rivalry to light

Charlie Parker is back and the only thing that stands between us and horror on an unimaginable scale.

Eddie Flynn is back raising hell in the courtroom, and that's no lie

The transcendent power of the colour yellow

The necessity of writing and dreaming

The rise and fall of the Borgias

A new series from the Icelandic 'Queen of Nordic Noir'

Ex-FBI Brigid Quinn talks tough in a Death Row case.

Illusions and disillusionment

An MI6 operation in Yemen, what could possibly go wrong?

The end of a world as we know it

Defending the indefensible

Old spooks don't die...

Humberside Police DS McAvoy takes on the criminal underworld of New York

Antonia Hodgson's historical crime fiction puts "Half-Hanged Hawkins"through another horrific case

Investigative journalist is at the heart of a new 'Cold War'

Deluxe treatment for French graphic artist's Sci-Fi epic.

Who really killed the Hadler family?