Brit Grit Alley features interviews, news and updates on what's happening down British crime fiction's booze and blood soaked alleyways.
The Watcher by Netta Newbound
The Blurb: Life couldn’t get much better for Hannah. She accepts her dream job in Manchester, and easily makes friends with her new neighbours. When she becomes romantically involved with her
Who is watching her every move?
Will the police discover the real killer in time?
Hannah is about to learn that appearances can be deceptive.
No Safe Home by Tara Lyons
The Blurb: Detective Inspector Denis Hamilton is haunted when the suspicious death of a teenage girl triggers suppressed memories. With a stalker targeting vulnerable women in Central London, and his team rapidly diminishing, Hamilton must conquer his emotions before another family is destroyed.
In a sleepy town in Hertfordshire, Katy has worked hard to rebuild her life after leaving behind everything she knew. But when her past catches up with her, and her young son’s life is threatened, Katy must admit her true identity if she has any hope of surviving. A home should be a safe place, shouldn’t it? But sometimes it is hard to know who you can trust…
London’s murder investigations team returns in the second novel from the bestselling author of In the Shadows.
Prime Justice by M A Comley
The Blurb: A killer, an abductor, and a villain intent on revenge - just a normal week in the life of DI
Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb
The Blurb: Lori Anderson is as tough as they come, managing to keep her career as a fearless Florida
And, of course, there’s also …
Too Many Crooks by Paul D. Brazill
There'll be more carryings on down Brit Grit Alley very soon, sorta kinda thing, like.
Paul D. Brazill's books include Too Many Crooks, A Case Of Noir, Guns Of Brixton, and Kill Me Quick! He was born in England and lives in Poland. He is an International Thriller Writers Inc member whose writing has been translated into Italian, German and Slovene. He has had writing published in various magazines and anthologies, including The Mammoth Books of Best British Crime. His blog is here.