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The Doll’s House: Louise Phillips
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

It’s always a pleasure to talk books and writing with Dublin crime fiction writer, Louise Phillips. And the great thing about Phillips is the passion and intensity with which she...

Graveland: Alan Glynn. Movies, Murder & More
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

Dublin born, Alan Glynn, is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. He has written three previous novels: Winterland, described by John Connolly as ‘timely, topical and thrilling’, Bloodland, which, according...

Áine Ó Domhnaill: The Assassin's Keeper, Debut Dagger shortlisted author
Meet CWA Debut Dagger Shortlisted Author Áine Ó Domhnaill
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > Crime > Interviews

Celebrating its sixtieth anniversary this year the Crime Writers Association is known for supporting and promoting authors at all stages of their career and boasts the top crime writers in...

New Crime by Mark O’Sullivan: Crocodile Tears
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

Crocodile Tears may be Mark O’Sullivan’s first crime fiction novel, but after reading it,  it came as no surprise to find he is already an acclaimed writer with no less...

The Lost: Claire McGowan
Posted by Susan Condon in > Crime > Interviews

Claire McGowan’s debut novel, The Fall, a standalone, was published in January 2012 to rave reviews. Her second novel, The Lost, is the first in a new series, featuring forensic...

Get Lenin: Robert Craven
Posted by Robert Craven in > Crime > Interviews

With any more Irish authors getting published by independent American publishing houses, writing.ie asked Robert Craven to tell us his story. Robert explained, “Sometimes an idea comes from an unexpected...

The City of Shadows: Louise Phillips talks to Michael Russell
Posted by Louise Phillips in > Crime > Interviews

Michael Russell is a man who brings a lot of experience to the table in his utterly brilliant debut novel The City of Shadows.  After reading English at Oxford, Michael...

Location, Location, Location with Laurence O’Bryan
Posted by Laurence O'Bryan in > Crime > Interviews

After 133 rejections, Laurence O’Bryan’s The Istanbul Puzzle was accepted by Harper Collins and went on to be translated into to seven languages. A huge hit, it was followed this...

Stuart Neville Talks Ratlines & The Enemy Within
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > Crime > Interviews

Stuart Neville’s debut novel, The Twelve (published in the USA as The Ghosts of Belfast), won the Mystery/Thriller category of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and was picked as...

‘Red Ribbons’ Author Louise Phillips on Getting Into the Killer’s Head
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > Crime > Interviews

Louise Phillps is the newest voice on the Irish crime writing scene, and if inital responses to her debut psychological thriller Red Ribbons are anything to go by, she’s a name to...