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Authr Q&A- The lovely Eilleen Wharton, who could (hope she doesn't) give up her writing career and be an instant success as a stand up comedian (well in my very humble opinion at least

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Eileen Wharton, in case you hadn't twigged, is one of the funniest most endearing people I've ever interviewed.  She possesses that rare combination of humerous self- deprecation and incisive wit.  She has an eye for both the amusing and the sinister... and judging by some of her answers, her favourite song should be 'Little Old Gin Drinker Me!'  It's only 9AM and we've already cracked a bpttle! Please give a huge welcome to Eileen Wharton. This is a whammy of an interview.

Author Interview with Lesley Kelly author of A Fine House In Trinity

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Don't you just love it when an author interview throws up a wee snippet you least expect?  Well, debut author Lesley Kelly certainly surprised me with a few of her answers.  Please welcome Lesley to The Crime Warp where we are currently drinking coffee and eating Tunnocks caramel logs ... if you've never tasted one  I insist you go out now and buy some... fantastic creation!

Book review - Deep Undercover by Jack Barsky. It’ not like Spook Street - this is the real thing

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Book Review:You Can Run by Leeds own Steve Mosby

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I made the very silly mistake of starting You Can Run by Steve Mosby, whilst on a writing retreat on my own in a remote Lancashire cottage in the middle of the night with the rain pounding the windows.... I did not sleep well!  And that's exactly why I would recommend this book (albeit with the caveat - don't read it in solitude!) for anybody with a fascination for a good serial killer read.


Author interview - Chris Brookmyre talks about his latest Jack Parlabane novel Want You Gone. Me, I just want more!

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