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TRUE CONFESSIONS: A Brit’s Road Trip to Hunt Down American Crime

by A.D. Garrett Road trip – had to be a winner, right? As a kid growing up in the narrow streets of northern England, I knew America as surely as I knew the grey concrete of my own back yard. For years, I had a… Read more


Two Nations Divided by a Common Language

BELIEVE NO ONE opens with an Oklahoma farmer dragging a cottonwood tree out of one of his ponds. What Oklahomans call a ‘pond’, we Brits would call a sizeable lake, and this theme of familiarity and difference – two nations divided by a common language… Read more


The Pusher: serial killer, Urban Myth, or Bad Stats?

‘There’s a serial killer on the loose in Manchester,’ one of my creative writing students said. As a mystery writer I was agog to know more. Over a period of six years, scores of young men had turned up in rivers and canals around Manchester…. Read more


What does an award-nominated novel have that others don’t?

Believe No One is a crime thriller featuring British forensic scientist, Professor Nick Fennimore and Detective Chief Inspector, Kate Simms. In this outing, they are based in the United States. The novel has just been shortlisted for The Crime Warp New Years Honours for UK… Read more


Psychopathic killers – is it pointless asking why?

The new Fennimore & Simms forensic thriller, BELIEVE NO ONE, features Sheriff Launer, a ‘My rodeo, my rules’ kind of guy. He’s part of an Interstate Task Force investigating a series of murders. He tells the forensic psychologist, ‘I guess it’s your job to try… Read more


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