Top Five: Killer Narrators
Author Peter Swanson picks his favourite murderous narrators.
Laura Kasischke, author of Mind of Winter, tells us about her favourite ghost stories.
The curators of the new exhibition at the British Library, "The Gothic Imagination", tells us about their favourite gothic novels.
This week HarperCollins asked people to vote for their all-time favourite scary books and we can reveal the results!
Crime writer Lisa Cutts wonders whether muder is integral to crime fiction.
Crime writer Chris Ewan tells us about the Isle of Man Halloween celebrations that inspired his new novel.
When embarking on a trip to Amsterdam to talk at a Computer Science convention, and then enjoy a clandestine romantic weekend with one of his students, Ariel Panek does not expect to be forced to land in the United Kingdom and be sent to stay at a boarding house in Suffolk.
Debut author Jo Gatford’s White Lies is a family psychodrama that pitches bitter sibling rivalry against the backdrop of a dysfunctional father-son relationship.
Helene Jegado is a beautiful Breton but also a murderer, the "Poisoning Angel". She travels from job to job, cooking and killing, usually with arsenic.