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Brand New Genre Whipping The Publishing World Into A Murderous Frenzy

Posted at 10:09AM Friday 03 Jan 2014

Season to Taste is part of a genre that has been dubbed "chick noir" — a feminist-irking term referring to psychological thrillers marketed at women. Unlike chick lit, there is no happy ending, no wedding dress or pram, just plot twists and tortured souls.

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