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»The follow-up has so obviously been formed by a film studio’s agenda that it feels like a case of putting the cart before the ghost.«

Alfred Hickling

The Woman in Black is back. Angel of Death by Martyn Waites is a sequel to the horror novel by Susan Hill. Alfred Hickling reviews the book at The Guardian.

Writers at Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival 2013.

Short interviews with Ruth Rendell, Steve Mosby, Mark Billingham & Martyn Waites, Stav Sherez, Michael Robotham, Alex Marwood, Lee Child, Lauren Beukes, Nicci French, Ann Cleeves, Helen Fitzgerald, Sebastian Fitzek, Louise Penny, Lyndsay Faye, Sarah Pinborugh, Simon Kernick.

Interviews by Stacy Patton.

»You know the kind of thing: the lone detective who comes into his apartment late at night, gets a beer or bourbon and stares out of the window wracked by existential angst at the horror he’s seen, all the while listening to cool jazz. And it’s always cool jazz – never Chris Barber doing When The Saints Go Marching In

Martyn Waites

You’re more likely to see other crime writers at gigs than literary events, so what role does music have in the creation of crime fiction? Martyn Waites asked crime writers like Mark Billingham, Steve Mosby and Cathi Unsworth about music to murder to. His blogspot at The Guardian.