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Beyond Harm’s Reach: Susan Condon Meets Alex Barclay
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

Alex Barclay is the author of several bestselling thrillers. Her first novel, Darkhouse, was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller while third novel, Blood Runs Cold (the beginning of the...

Envy and Hope, Memoir and Murder by Andrew Nugent
Posted by Andrew Nugent in > Crime > Interviews

I wrote a chapter titled A Dangerous Hope in Declan Burke’s Down These Green Streets – Irish Crime writing in the 21st century (Liberties Press) which will tell you some...

Sister Caravaggio: 7 writers take the plunge into Crime and Funishment . . .
Posted by Mary O'Donnell in > Crime > Interviews

Yes, you read it correctly. Sister Caravaggio, or, if you prefer you can draw up your own subtitles, anything from  Sisters Sleuth to Nuns’on the Run. The novel, to be launched on...

The Final Silence: Susan Condon Talks to Stuart Neville
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

I first had the pleasure of meeting Stuart Neville at the Killer Books Crime Festival in Derry last November and vowed to catch up on his books as soon as...

Blending Fact and Fiction: Louise Phillips on The Last Kiss
Posted by in > Crime > Interviews

Is fiction influenced by the factual world? I believe it is. Do writers live a purely fantasy existence? Unlikely, unless they’re fictional. All of us are touched by the world...

Jane Casey: The Kill & Killing Author Nerves
Posted by Jane Casey in > Crime > Interviews

The Kill is my eighth book, the fifth in the Maeve Kerrigan series of police procedural crime novels set in London. By now, I really should know what I’m doing....

Where They Lie: Mary O’Donnell
Posted by Mary O'Donnell in > Crime > Interviews

What does a Protestant family do when all official avenues have been exhausted in the search for their twin disappeared sons? To whom do they listen? When Gerda is contacted...

Mark O’Sullivan’s Sleeping Dogs
Posted by Mark O'Sullivan in > Crime > Interviews

Over the past month or so, I’ve been enjoying the rewards of having finished my latest crime novel. Money, fame, Hollywood offers – well, none of the above actually. No,...

Can Anybody Help Me? Louise Phillips Talks to Sinead Crowley
Posted by Louise Phillips in > Crime > Interviews

Sinead Crowley’s debut crime thriller Can Anybody Help Me is a page turning read that grips you from the get-go, dealing with that daunting time of pregnancy and then motherhood,...

The Outsider: Arlene Hunt
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

Arlene Hunt is originally from Wicklow, spent some years in Barcelona and now lives in Dublin. She has written seven crime fiction novels and in late 2013 her eighth book,...