Mystery

Tough Crime Book of the Month – November 2017

Welcome to Unknown Pleasures, a food stand in Taipei’s night market named after a Joy Division album, and also the location for a new mystery set in the often undocumented Taiwan. August is Ghost Month in Taiwan – a time to pay respects to the dead and avoid unlucky omens...

British Mystery Book of the Month – October 2017

The genteel façade of London's Hampstead is shattered by a series of terrifying murders, and the ensuing police hunt is threatened by internal politics, and a burgeoning love triangle within the investigative team. Pressurised by senior officers desperate for a result a new initiative is clearly needed, but what? Praised by fellow authors and readers alike, this is a truly original crime story, speaking to a contemporary audience yet harking back to the Golden Age of detective fiction. Intelligent, quirky and mannered, it has been described as ’a love letter to the detective novel’. (Join the Crime reading group in Uppsala to discuss this book.)

Tough Crime Book of the Month – September 2017

Maddie and Harry: she’s an estate agent, he’s a teacher. They’ll say they live in the Black Country. They’ll say how they met Jonathan Cotard, explain how they later argued, had a car accident, thought they’d killed someone. The Black Country. For Maddie and Harry, it’s darker than it should be. (Join our Crime Reading Group in Uppsala to discuss this book!)

Insidious Intent (Tony Hill/Carol Jordan #10)

Val McDermid
Insidious Intent (Tony Hill/Carol Jordan #10)
Trade Paperback

Dead Woman Walking

Sharon Bolton
Dead Woman Walking
Paperback

Turbo Twenty-Three (Stephanie Plum 23)

Janet Evanovich
Turbo Twenty-Three (Stephanie Plum 23)
Paperback

British Isles Crime Book of the Month – August 2017

Christmas 1939. In Europe the Phoney War hides carnage to come. In Ireland Detective Inspector Stefan Gillespie keeps tabs on Irishmen joining the British Forces. It’s unpleasant work, but when an IRA raid on a military arsenal sends Garda Special Branch in search of guns and explosives, Stefan is soon convinced his boss, Superintendent Terry Gregory, is working for the IRA…

Freya

Anthony Quinn
Freya
Paperback

British Crime Book of the Month – July 2017

Murder on the Riviera Express… ’TP Fielden is a fabulous new voice and his dignified, clever heroine is a compelling new character. This delicious adventure is the first of a series and I can’t wait for the next one.” – Daily Mail

British Crime Book of the Month – June 2017

A destructive private investigator and his eccentric coworkers handle cases so high-profile that they never make the headlines.Ravi Chandra Singh is the last guy you'd expect to become a private detective. A failed religious scholar, he now works for Golden Sentinels, an upmarket London private investigations agency. The first in a fun, topical London-based detective series. 
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