The Crime Writers’ Association has launched a new website the Crime Readers’ Association (CRA) as ‘a place for crime and thriller fans to keep up to date with their favourite authors

The Crime Writers’ Association has launched a new website called the Crime Readers’ Association (CRA) as ‘a place for crime and thriller fans to keep up to date with their favourite authors.’  It aims to keep crime fiction fans up to date with various news, events and books published by members of the Crime Writers’ Association. It will also provide articles written by members to help budding crime writers and which will also be of interest to crime readers.

You’ll see one of my DI Horton crime novels featured on there, Footsteps on the Shore, the sixth in the DI Horton series, along with a piece from me recommending a favourite classic crime novel and one I recently read.

You can sign up to the free newsletter on the CRA website which will provide information on news, events, and exclusive features from crime authors.






A Killing Coast, the seventh in the DI Horton series was published in January.

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