New paperback editions of classic crime’s ‘undiscovered treasures’ by Edmund Crispin
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New paperback editions of classic crime’s ‘undiscovered treasures’ by Edmund Crispin

We have new beautiful paperback editions of classic crimes The Glimpses of the Moon and Frequent Hearses by Edmund Crispin. As it is Classics in September over at Crime Fiction Lover, we thought it would be fun to give some of these classic crimes away to their readers. Go over to Crime Fiction Lover for a chance to win a copy! Continue reading

Spring is here! Life, romance and murder in the great British Countryside
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Spring is here! Life, romance and murder in the great British Countryside

There is something in the air around the Bloomsbury London Offices. Bedford Square is filling with hopeful sun-seeking lunchers, awkward transitional clothing is being experimented with, and hay fever is making a comeback; it’s official – Spring has sprung! Here at Bloomsbury Reader we are wistfully dreaming about hazy afternoons in the rolling British countryside … Continue reading

New Look for the Julia Probyn Mysteries Series by Ann Bridge
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New Look for the Julia Probyn Mysteries Series by Ann Bridge

We have a gorgeous new look for The Julia Probyn Mysteries series by Ann Bridge. In Julia – journalist, amateur sleuth, occasional spy – Bridge has created a heroine that charms and amuses in equal measure. Wife to a diplomat, Bridge draws on her experiences brushing shoulders with royalty and politicians across the globe. Set … Continue reading

New look for Edmund Crispin’s classic British detective fiction
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New look for Edmund Crispin’s classic British detective fiction

  We have beautiful new jackets for our Edmund Crispin classic British detective fiction. ‘One of the undiscovered treasures of British crime fiction’ A. L. Kennedy Edmund Crispin was the pseudonym of Robert Bruce, an English crime writer and composer. Montgomery wrote nine detective novels and two collections of short stories under the pseudonym Edmund … Continue reading