Iceland Noir 2016 by Barbara Nadel

As the name implies, ‘Iceland’ is not the sort of place you go to for a beach-based holiday. In addition for a half-woman, half lizard creature like myself, it’s...

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Just War… by Christopher G. Moore

There are two new civil wars in Africa. One is in Libya and it affects the export of oil, the other is in the Ivory Coast and it affects...

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A personal Iceland Noir essential five by Quentin Bates

It’s time for Iceland Noir again, the small but perfect crime fiction festival that a group of us organise in Reykjavík. The last one was in 2014, and it...

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Election time by Quentin Bates

It’s election time in Iceland, once again. There was a Presidential election in the summer when Guðni Th. Jóhannesson was chosen as Iceland’s brand-new president. There are people in...

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Sunshine Noir by Barbara Nadel

It had to happen eventually – thank God. Someone would have the brilliant idea that crime fiction set in sun-drenched climes is just as good as crime fiction set...

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