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Gerald Seymour celebrates the 40th anniversary of his first thriller, Harry’s Game

    ‘See him, sir, that one – down there … ’ and a rueful grin played on the face of a young marine as he pointed down a slope and towards the shanty town […]

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Forensic Psychiatrists and Crime Fiction: Top 10 myths corrected by Susan Hatters Friedman, MD

​   Though Hannibal Lecter most readily jumps to mind, other forensic psychiatrists also feature in crime fiction. Yet, as an ardent mystery reader and a forensic psychiatrist, I am often yanked out of the […]

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MURDER & VERISIMILITUDE: Crime Fiction & The Texture of Truth by Deon Meyer

  MURDER & VERISIMILITUDE   Need to have someone killed on – and then thrown off – the world’s most luxurious train? Overwhelmed by the prospect? Well, there is just one man you can turn […]

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Five of my favourite mysteries and thrillers by Amy Engel

      And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie   No one does the locked-room mystery like Christie and this one is clever, chilling, and a true whodunit. I’ve read this novel multiple […]

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