Crime Fiction

This blog is the work of members of Oundle Library's Crime Fiction Book Group. Here you'll find reviews of books and authors we've enjoyed, as well as chat and opinions about related subjects. If you enjoy crime fiction and are looking for new authors to try you can use this blog to expand your reading list. To contact us click here.

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Neon Prey by John Sandford

06/12/19

The 29th book in the Prey series. ...more

Scrublands by Chris Hammer

28/11/19

In our opinion this is a humdinger of a debut novel! ...more

What we read in November

21/11/19

These are our recommendations from this month's meeting. ...more

The Evidence Against You by Gillian McAllister

16/11/19

A book that's so good it stays with you. ...more

Things in Jars by Jess Kidd

10/11/19

5-Stars for an atmospheric and intriguing historical mystery. ...more

The Better Sister by Alafair Burke

04/11/19

A book about sisters and a family crime. ...more

A Fatal Game by Nicholas Searle

30/10/19

A book that didn’t quite live up to our expectations. ...more

If I Should Die by Matthew Frank

25/10/19

An award-winning debut novel, which earns 5-Stars… ...more

Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly

10/10/19

A new team, and the start of a new series by bestselling author Michael Connelly. ...more

The Amber Fury by Natalie Haynes

05/10/19

When is a book a work of crime fiction – and when is it not? ...more

The Long Call by Ann Cleeves

05/09/19

The first in a new series by Ann Cleeves, and a very satisfying read. ...more

The Second Sister by Clare Kendal

12/03/19

A gripping read which is a 5-Star page-turner. ...more