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#Britcrime is here!

  • Submitted: 15th July 2016

Well the day has finally arrived – the launch party of Britcrime. The Booktrail is proud supporter of Britcrime and has location maps and travel guides with all of the authors taking part! Here’s the full line up in this article and be sure to take a look and prepare yourself ready for the fully launched party tomorrow and Sunday. Once in a trail, click on the name of the author to get the full book list for that author.


Find out who won the books on the booktrail treasure hunt! Thank you so so much to everyone who attended and came looking for clues! Lovely feedback too. Most humbled! Fingers crossed for you….

Time for the panels and the booktrails to go with them!

BritcrimeTammy Cohen – When She Was Bad                                                    Mason Cross –  The Time To Kill

Fergus McNeil – Cut Out                                                                         Julia Crouch – The Long Fall

Michael J Malone – Bad Samaritan                                                       Elizabeth Haynes – Never Alone

Marnie Riches –The girl who walked in the shadows                       Tom Mogford – Sleeping Dogs

Luca Veste  –Then She Was Gone                                                        Sarah Ward –A Deadly Thaw

William Shaw – The Birdwatcher


Quentin Bates – Thin Ice

Helen Cadbury – Bones in the Nest

Mel McGrath – The Bone Seeker

Nick Quantrill – The Dead Can’t Talk

Alex Shaw – Cold East

Simon Toyne – Solomon Creed




BritcrimeStephen Dunne – Death Do Us Part                       Lucy Atkins –  The Other Child

JM Hewitt –Exclusion Zone

Matt Johnson – Wicked Game                                Rebecca Bradley – Made To be Broken

Faith Mortimer – Behind a Twisted Smile             Susi Holliday – Willow Walk

Alex Sokoloff – Cold Moon                                       Caroline Mitchell  – The Silent Twin


Be sure to catch up here for more over the weekend and keep  BRITCRIME as the place to be this weekend.

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