How Do You Live? gets English version — Hayao Miyazaki’s favorite childhood book available soon in the west

I have always had a fascination with Japan before World War II. A country that was…

John Grisham’s ‘Sooley’ — story of a South Sudanese basketball player trying to save his family from civil war

I always keep an eye out for John Grisham’s newest books as my dad is a…

The Consequences of Fear by Jacqueline Winspear has Maisie working with the French Resistance and British Intelligence

Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs series has been an enormous success for the English mystery writer. So…

Jeffrey Archer’s ‘Turn a Blind Eye’ is his last novel with Pan MacMillan — publishes April 1st, 2021

If you are one of the many fans who loved the first two books in Jeffrey…

Cara Hunter’s ‘The Whole Truth’ isn’t the usual young student and older professor story

Best-selling British crime fiction author Cara Hunter’s The Whole Truth¬†is due for release on 18th March,…

The Mercenary by Paul Vidich revisits The Cold War and a KGB officer desperate to leave the Soviet Union

Acclaimed American author Paul Vidich has a new spy novel coming out in March. The book…

Mrs. Jeffries Demands Justice by Emily Brightwell — 39th book in the popular cozy mystery series

There are quite a number of new crime fiction books being released in January, 2021, with…

Powder Smoke by Andrew Martin another low-key book about the railway detective?

The next book in British author Andrew Martin’s Jim Stringer series is due out later on…

The Butterfly House by Katrine Engberg investigates death of a woman found drained of her blood (videos)

Danish actress, dancer and choreographer Katrine Engberg does not just keep her endeavors restricted to the…

The City of Tears by Kate Mosse continues story of Minou Joubert and husband Piet

British novelist Kate Mosse’s latest book is due out later this month. The book is called…

A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas follows Feyre’s sister Nesta Archeron in a world at war

American fantasy author Sarah J. Maas’s new novel A Court of Silver Flames is due to…

The Cook of the Halcyon by Andrea Camilleri — 27th in Inspector Montalbano series but almost the last

The latest novel in the Italian crime writer Andrea Camilleri’s Inspector Montalbano series is due for…

Small Magic by Terry Brooks — his first short story collection, a genre he doesn’t like writing

American fantasy fiction writer Terry Brooks has a new book of short fiction coming out in…

Find You First by Linwood Barclay — sperm banks, unknown children and murder

Known for his ability to write a damn good thriller, Canadian-American crime author Linwood Barclay’s latest…

Ahead of the Game by JD Kirk, book 10 in DCI Logan series, coming in early 2021

When it comes to prolific authors, you get few people who write as many books as…

Blackout by Simon Scarrow is set in WWII Germany with murder during war the book’s focus

British author Simon Scarrow’s new novel will be released in early 2021. Called Blackout, the book…

Not Dark Yet by Peter Robinson features murder, human trafficking and the Albanian mafia

Not Dark Yet by Peter Robinson publishes in March, 2021 The 27th book in British crime…

Slough House by Mick Herron sees Jackson Lamb’s crew affected by populism and Brexit

The seventh book in British thriller and mystery author Mick Herron’s Slough House series is due…