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Explore Europe in 10 Crime Novels

Where are you going on vacation this year? May I suggest a European tour? Here are ten crime fiction books I’ve loved because they transported me to another country and in
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The Siren Call of a Location

By Clare Flynn People often ask me how I choose the location for my books. But it often feels as if the location chooses me. I’ve just completed a four-month trip
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Flavour and Taste

Spring 1993, Portugal I oversleep, miss breakfast, my friends and the bus to Braga. The next one goes in an hour. There’s an unimpressive-looking restaurant across the road and I’m starving.
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The Reading Writer – Jean Gill

The Reading Writer Writers are always readers. Or if not, they have no business writing. This interview asks authors about both their reading and writing, because I’m curious how one affects
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La Rioja

The Region You drive up the hill and notice the brown tourist road sign alerting you to a photo opportunity up ahead. You slow down, wondering what on earth one can
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An Empty Vessel

It’s Launch Day! An Empty Vessel by Vaughan Mason is out now. GET YOURS! Hang on a minute. By Vaughan Mason? Yes, you read that right. For those of you who read The
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The Reading Writer – Debbie Young

Writers are always readers. Or if not, they have no business writing. This interview asks authors about both their reading and writing, because I’m curious how one affects the other. Which
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The Reading Writer – Alison Morton

The Reading Writer Writers are always readers. Or if not, they have no business writing. This interview asks authors about both their reading and writing, because I’m curious how one affects