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Lisa Unger shares some of her favorite scary settings…and the novels that wouldn’t be the same without them.
Jens Lapidus, author of the Stockholm Noir Trilogy, reveals the roots of his twist on classic crime noir…and the one case that he couldn’t forget.
The author of The Double Game discusses what he loves about this Cold War-era thriller—and reveals what it taught him about writing.
In these video interviews, the author reveals how crime films and an encounter in the Balkans led to the writing of this fantastically gripping thriller.
The wait is over—Inferno, the new book from internationally bestselling author Dan Brown is now available everywhere.
From assassins to corrupt thugs, disgruntled writers to P.I.s who live by their own rules, the master of crime fiction creates a searing portrait of the criminal underworld.
Fans of the brilliant and deeply troubled (former) detective—we’ve got your man. Read an excerpt from this twisting page-turner of a thriller.
Murder in Elizabethan England. Mayhem in the post-Civil-War United States. The best historical thrillers blend fact and fiction to create uniquely riveting reads.
The Andalucian Friend is a bracing international crime novel that kept us up way, way past our bedtimes—so it’s only fair that author Alexander Söderberg should tell us which thrillers made him lose sleep…
Is it simple rubbernecking, a guilty desire to glimpse what goes on in life’s darkest corners? Or is there something else to be learned from real-life tales such as The Mark Inside by Amy Reading and The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson?