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Crime Scene

Christina Koning

Reflections on reading and writing crime fiction.

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My Summer of Crime — or how I joined the crime writing community

Writers of crime fiction spend a lot of time — when not engaged in writing the stuff — in reading it, and this summer has been no exception for me. Having spent a good many weeks since the start of the year proof-reading the six books in my...

10 months ago

Love Letters to London — Christopher Fowler’s Bryant and May series

When Christopher Fowler died earlier this year, he left an impressive body of work, including screenplays (he began his career in the film industry), audio and stage plays, and novels — of which the twenty volumes of his Bryant and May crim...

a year ago

Getting the scaffolding up — the essentials of writing a series

When I published the first novel in my Blind Detective series in 2014, I had no idea it would turn into a series of — so far — eight books, with a further two (or perhaps three) to follow. All I knew was that I wanted to write a story based...

a year ago

The Ink Black Heart by Robert Galbraith

The prospect of a new book — The Running Grave — appearing later this year was an incentive for me to re-read all previous six books in this engaging series by Galbraith (better known to her many fans as JK Rowling) This, the most recent, f...

a year ago

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  • Christina Koning

    Christina Koning is the award-winning author of eleven novels. As A C Koning, she has written a crime fiction series set in the 1930s and featuring a blind detective. The most recently published is Twist of Fate (2021).

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