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Supernatural Crime

Gollancz acquire a brand new, never before seen, novel from the late great David Gemmell

We are thrilled to announce the acquisition of a never before seen novel from bestselling author David Gemmell recovered from his archives. RHYMING RINGS is a crime novel that long lay forgotten amongst the author’s personal effects until it was recently rediscovered by his widow, Stella Gemmell. RHYMING RINGS tells the story of an ambidextrous […]

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Happy Publication Day 31st March 2016!

We’d like to wish a very happy publication day to two incredible novels. Return to the town of Midnight, Texas, for another supernatural mystery or go on another epic quest with Lenk and his band of adventurers.  Mystery and fantasy lovers, these are two brilliant books not to be missed in your next bookshop, library […]

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Happy Publication Day 7 May 2015

We’d like to wish a very happy publication day to Charlaine Harris’ Day Shift. We are so ready for a return journey to Midnight, Texas and hope you are too. In this stand alone mystery, new people bring new problems to Midnight. With its boarded-up windows, single traffic light and sleepy air, there’s nothing special […]

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Listen to the first chapter of Day Shift

To celebrate the publication of Charlaine Harris’ Day Shift tomorrow we’ve got a very special teaser audio extract from the first chapter to share with you. Return to Midnight, Texas the small town with big secrets  . . . It’s a quiet little town, perched at the junction between Davy Road and Witch Light Road, […]

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Listen to a thrilling extract from Moon Over Soho

It’s week three of Cityread and for those of you who might have already finished Rivers of London we thought we’d share one of our favourite selections from the second book in the Peter Grant Mysteries: Moon Over Soho.   Training, explosions, and hunting for vestigia in Soho pubs… It’s a lovely section superbly narrated by […]

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Listen to the first chapter of Rivers of London

It’s week two of Cityread London 2015 and we’re continuing the celebrations by sharing one of our favourite audio extracts from Rivers of London with you. Let us set the scene for you: It’s a cold, wet January morning, and PC Peter Grant faces an unlikely witness to an unusual murder… Listen to the first […]

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Finding the Crime in Horror

As part of a double blog with The Murder Room, a wandering traveler from our Orion Fiction list, Andrew Pyper looks to his new paperback, The Demonologist, and asks…  What’s the difference between writing crime and horror? Trick question.  There’s no difference in the writing on a molecular level – they are stories, and thus employ […]

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Related Categories: Author Post, Horror

Halloween Reads: Supernatural Mysteries

This week, for Halloween, we’re recommending two fabulous mystery series with a supernatural twist to keep you curled up under a duvet reading until you’ve devoured the very last word! The Harper Connelly Mysteries (Grave Sight, Grave Surprise, An Ice Cold Grave and Grave Secret) by Charlaine Harris are really the best of their kind […]

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A Special Guest Post from Darren Shan

Gollancz is pleased to bring you a special guest post from Darren Shan to celebrate the publication of his brand new adult novel Lady of the Shades. Lady of the Shades is out now from our sister imprint, Orion.  I love noir. I first came to it through the classic old black and white films, and […]

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Related Categories: Author Post, Horror

Asbury Park

Rob Scott introduces us to Asbury Park, the setting for his supernatural crime thriller. I try to run backwards through time. I can’t. Twenty-seven years ago, around the time the first of my friends earned a driver’s license, I spent the better part of a humid summer loitering on the beaches and boardwalks of Monmouth […]

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Sarah Pinborough is my Mistress now

Mixing genres can be a really tricky thing. Ideas that looks pretty superb on paper can quite often end up being total rubbish when completed; none more so, for me, than combining a Cop Thriller with the Supernatural. It’s all about the balance, getting the right amount of ‘pure’ thriller mixed in with the right […]

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Related Categories: Horror, Sarah Pinborough

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