Posted on 1st Apr, 2016 by Joseph Knobbs & Peter Whitehead
Joseph Knobbs, Crime Fiction Buyer for Waterstones, makes his case for an often-neglected masterpiece, The Last Good Kiss by James Crumley, the book he would like to see re-establish its place as one of the finest pieces of crime writing.
Posted on 2nd Sep, 2015 by Gunnar Staalesen
One of the fathers of Nordic Noir shares with us ten of his favourite fictional detectives
Posted on 4th Mar, 2015 by Jonathan O'Brien
Celebrate the best in crime fiction with the Killer Crime Festival, a two-day festival of both online and in-store events.
Posted on 15th Oct, 2014 by Ian Rankin
Ian Rankin introduces Death Sentences - a new collection of specially commissioned bookish mysteries from some of the best thriller writers around.
Posted on 27th Oct, 2014 by M.J. Carter
Although already an accomplished non-fiction author, M.J. Carter has turned her hand to the historical thriller with her debut fiction The Strangler Vine, our Book Club book of the week.
It’s no surprise that authors have taken to Twitter, an almost entirely text-based medium. With Stephen King joining Twitter the other day and taking all the attention, we thought it only fair to take a moment to highlight some of our favourite authors who have been tweeting long before King decided it was time to further enrage Jonathan Franzen. And, it should go without saying, #ff.
Posted on 8th Dec, 2013 by Guest contributor
What books are your favourite authors buying their loved ones for Christmas? We've snaffled Robert Harris, Conn Iggulden, Veronica Henry, Ian Rankin and Jacqueline Wilson's shopping lists to find out... Do NOT read if you are expecting a present from any of them.
Posted on 2nd Dec, 2013 by Dan Lewis Lewis
Two lucky Waterstones Cardholders got to have tea with Mary Berry last week - but fear not, there's always more chances to meet your favourite authors...
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