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July Is Officially International Crime Month

Posted at 8:24AM Tuesday 08 Jul 2014

July is officially International Crime Month. Together with a few of our favourite indie publishers, we're dedicating a whole month to celebrating the genre. It's our alternative to trashy throwaway paperbacks; instead we're offering you beachside reads about murder, fascism, and sleepy Austrian villages where the voice of God narrates (yes really, over here).

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Wednesday July 9th: International Crime Month Launch at Waterstones Piccadilly




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