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On Wednesday 15th March four female crime writers from the North East of the UK came together in a panel on regional crime fiction - run by Waterstones Newcastle. The event brought writers Sheila Quigely, Eileen Wharton, KA Richardson and Danielle Ramsey all together to discuss their fiction, in a discussion chaired by Jackie Collins, … Continue reading Femmes Fatales of the North East
I was intrigued by the the premise of The Roanoke Girls and so was keen to get a hold of a copy to review. It sounded like Amy Engel is one of the many authors contributing to the mass of crime thrillers featuring 'girls', in the wake of Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train … Continue reading Review: The Roanoke Girls
The BBC's flagship six part drama, co-produced with AMC, has been described as many things, with most recent views being that Hiddleston's role was an extended audition for the next 007. Photo from USA Today But as cynical as many of the descriptions offered were the BBC developed the perfect formula for … Continue reading Review: The Night Manager
Fiona Barton's The Widow has been touted as the next Girl on the Train, following the rise in 'domestic noir' or female thrillers that have become popular in recent years, with the rise of Gone Girl. Barton's debut is an entertaining tale about the widow of a man accused of the abduction of a young … Continue reading Review: The Widow