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Bodies in the Library | Author Q&A | Story Inspirations

Posted by Gillian Whitaker

Out nowBodies in the Library is one of our latest short story anthologies to combine classic stories with new fiction from modern authors. Paired with tales from Arthur Conan Doyle, Wilkie Collins, Anna Katharine Green and more, the new stories abound in mysterious deaths, skeletons in the closet, locked-room crimes, and bookish locations! In the first part of this Author Q&A, some of the authors tell us a little about the inspirations behind their stories in the book...

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Topics: gothic and fantasy, Gothic Fantasy, gothic horror, thriller, Horror Fiction

Detective Thrillers | Author Q&A | Favourite Tales & Writing Practices

Posted by Gillian Whitaker

In Part I of this Q&A, which can be found here, authors from the Detective Thrillers anthology shed light on the inspiration behind their stories in the book. Now, they tell us about their own favourites from the genre, as well as the methods they use to bring their fiction to the page. Alongside the contemporary authors, this new collection features works by classic authors such as John Buchan, Mignon G. Eberhart and Arthur Conan Doyle. From Father Brown and the inimitable Sherlock Holmes all the way to hardboiled PIs like Race Williams and Violet McDade, there’s no end of fascinating leading figures to follow in these breathless tales of intrigue and adventure!

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Topics: Gothic Fantasy, detective fiction, thriller, Detective Mysteries, thriller novel

FLAME TREE PRESS | August Releases | Faye Snowden Q&A

Posted by Molly Rosevear

For today's August author Q&A, we have Faye Snowden. She talks about what some of the influences are of the book and what's to come! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!

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Topics: Flame Tree Press, thriller, Flame Tree Press Authors, Flame Tree Press Titles, FayeSnowden

Film Review: Sicario: Soldado

Posted by Matteo Middlemiss

The first scenes of the new Sicario film set the tone for the whole feature. They are gritty, violent and difficult to watch. It pulls no punches with the visuals, which, in an age of action films being dominated by superheroes and The Rock, feels increasingly unfamiliar. You expect the camera to pull out or cutaway but it holds and lets you see everything as it happens.


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Topics: crime,, Film Review, thriller

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