On the hunt for the best in crime fiction for 2013? The people at Headline Publishing Group have picked their not to be missed titles for the coming year…
Leah Woodburn Associate Publisher
Tarnished Julia Crouch (March)
“Julia Crouch writes psychological suspense of the very best kind, and her new novel, Tarnished, is her darkest and juiciest yet. It’s the story of a young woman orphaned at a young age and raised by her grandmother … Read More >>
Here are Alison Hennessey, senior editor at Harvill Secker and Vintage (known to the Twitter community as @Crime_Queen)’s picks of the best crime and thrillers to look out for in 2013…
The 2013 crime and thrillers list at Harvill Secker is an exciting mix of debut authors and new books from old friends. As you’d expect from the specialists in international literature, our 2013 crime fiction spans the globe, with books from Europe, America and … Read More >>
This week’s ‘Publisher’s Picks’ feature comes from the lovely people at Faber & Faber, who take you on a speedy journey through their ‘Best Of’ list for 2012, and ‘Ones To Watch’ in 2013! You can have your say on the chosen books by leaving your comments below the feature. Maybe you’ve read one of these? In which case let us know what you thought in our Reader Reviews section.
“In 2012, Faber’s crime and thriller list went pretty global. … Read More >>
2012 has been a great year for Constable & Robinson’s crime imprint with the Queen of cosy crime M. C. Beaton celebrating 20 years of her bestselling Agatha Raisin series. 2012 also saw the launch of some dazzling debuts and the continuation of some un-put-down-able series’. Have a look at some of these success stories below. 2013 will see the launch of Constable & Robinson’s new crime imprint C&Rime and, to celebrate this, compiled below … Read More >>
@Crime_Queen’s picks of the best crime and thrillers from Vintage Publishing in 2012…
One of the joys of working on the Vintage crime list is its range and diversity: we publish the big names – including the international phenomenon that is Jo Nesbo and Henning Mankell, the man who was writing thoughtful, gripping Scandi crime when Stieg Larsson was still an unknown Swedish journalist – alongside the stars of the future, including Jason Webster, Stuart Neville and … Read More >>
Little, Brown Book Group predicts a thrilling start to the New Year! Here they bring you their picks of the top crime/thrillers of 2012 to speed you through the long winter nights, and well into spring.
We’re also offering you the chance to win 1 of 20 goody bags containing two of these top reads. Click here to visit the competition page to find out how you can enter!
She’s Never Coming … Read More >>
This week on Publisher’s Picks, Penguin take us on a journey through their selection of criminally great books from the past year. If you’re looking for last minute Christmas gift ideas, read on…
The Cutting by James Hayman
Portland, Maine. A missing high-school athlete’s mutilated body is found in a scrap metal yard. Her heart has been surgically removed. The same day a young businesswoman is abducted.
Former NYPD detective Michael McCabe believes both crimes are the work of one man. A … Read More >>
Looking for some Christmas shopping inspiration? Then look no further than our exclusive feature ‘Publisher’s Picks!’ This week, Harper Collins pick a selection of their top crime reads of the past year. Twelve top titles to get your teeth well and truly stuck into this Winter.
Shatter the Bones by Stuart Macbride
The seventh in the bestselling Logan McRae series, set in gritty Aberdeen, laced with dark humour. Alison and Jenny McGregor – Aberdeen’s own mother-daughter singing sensation … Read More >>
‘Publisher’s Picks’ brings you a weekly dose of top crime gems for your discovery. This week we hand the baton to Pan Macmillan, who run through their ‘Best of 2011′ list.
Let us know your thoughts on the books chosen by leaving your comments below the feature. Maybe you’ve read one of Macmillan’s stellar titles? If so, let us know what you thought in our Reader Reviews section.
1. The Dispatcher by Ryan David Jahn
The phone rings. It’s your daughter. … Read More >>
This week on Publisher’s Picks, let Hodder & Stoughton take you on a journey through some of the most criminally great books of the last year. If you’re looking for ideas for your Christmas list, or perhaps a Christmas gift for that dedicated crime fan, then read on!
You can have your say on the chosen books by leaving your comments below the feature. Maybe you’ve read one of Hodder’s hot picks? In which case let us know what you thought in our … Read More >>
With all things spooky and Halloween like in the air this week, Transworld Publishers have chosen a list of 13 (unlucky for some) to feature in our ‘Best of 2011′.
Discover these chilling reads for yourself…
BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP
S. J. Watson
Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep?
An original, haunting, and deeply chilling debut, winner of the CWA John Creasey New Blood dagger.
THE CALLING … Read More >>
With our ‘Best of 2011′ feature we ask publishers to reflect on the past year, hoping to give you the opportunity to find a new book or discover a new author. This week, Corvus bring you some of their top picks from the year so far.
THE HANGING SHED by Gordon Ferris
A star at Harrogate’s new blood panel this year alongside fellow Scottish crime writer and supporter Val McDermid – 2011 saw Gordon Ferris … Read More >>