Short, Sharp Interview: Keith Nixon

PDB: What’s going on? A new series of books out with Cologne based publisher Bastei Lubbe starting with Dig Two Graves on the 10th October. I’ve been signed for two more afterwards. The great thing is I get to work with the genius who’s Al Guthrie… PDB: Do you listen to music when you work? […]

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Recommended Read: Dig Two Graves by Keith Nixon

Detective Sergeant Solomon Grey is a wreck of a man, battered and bruised by personal tragedy. When he investigates the apparent suicide of a sixteen-year-old boy, he is soon embroiled in something much more sinister. Dig Two Graves by Keith Nixon is a not only a cracking whodunnit, it is also a powerful and gripping […]

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The Best Of Brit Grit 2016

Well, 10 of the best, anyway. There were a few other Brit Grit gems I also read in 2016 that I really enjoyed. If I had to pick one book to personify The Best Of Brit Grit this year, it would probably be Marwick’s Reckoning by Gareth Spark. However, in no particular order, here are […]

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Recommended Read:Dark Heart, Heavy Soul by Keith Nixon

Konstantin Boryakov is back! In Dark Heart, Heavy Soul, the former KGB anti-hero is reluctantly dragged into taking part in a heist which soon spirals out of his control. Keith Nixon’s Dark Heart, Heavy Soul is the best Konstantin Boryakov novel yet. Nixon smoothly blends high-octane thrills with gritty crime fiction. Dark Heart, Heavy Soul is […]

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Recommended Read: I’m Dead Again by Keith Nixon

Keith Nixon is the crime/ thriller equivalent of Tom Sharp, he really is. In I’m Dead Again,  Konstantin – his ex-KGB anti-hero who he first introduced in his debut novel  The Fix –  returns, as does the mysterious Mr Lamb. Both are soon  embroiled in a a twisting and turning thriller that is full of […]

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Recommended Read: The Corpse Role by Keith Nixon

A body is discovered in a shallow grave and DI Charlotte Granger quickly sees a connection between the corpse and an unsolved security van robbery years before. And so she digs deeper … Keith Nixon’s The Corpse Role is a smart and engrossing crime thriller that moves backwards and forward in time and from character […]

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Short, Sharp Interview: Keith Nixon

PDB: What’s going on now? I’ve just released Russian Roulette via Caffeine Nights. It’s a novel length collection of back stories on Konstantin, one of the characters from my debut, The Fix. Readers (and me!) liked him so I decided to give him his own platform. PDB: How did you research this book? Almost entirely […]

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A Man Of Sophisticated Tastes in 12 Mad Men

My yarn A MAN OF SOPHISTICATED TASTES kicks off this innovative anthology edited by Ryan Bracha. The phenomenally talented writers involved in this innovative and ambitious project are: Paul D Brazill (Guns of Brixton, A Case of Noir) Gerard Brennan (Fireproof, Wee Rockets) Les Edgerton (The Bitch, The Rapist) Craig Furchtenicht (Dimebag Bandits, Night Speed […]

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Recommended Reads: The Konstantin Novellas by Keith Nixon

The Konstantin Novellas act as a series of prequels to Keith Nixon’s fantastic debut novel The Fix. Dreamland introduces us to Konstantin, the homeless ex-KGB agent who arrives in Margate and attempts to lay low only to end up in the sights of local gangster Dave The Rave. In Plastic Fantastic, Konstantin is asked to […]

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Guns Of Brixton: Update

As you may well  know, last year my comic crime novella GUNS OF BRIXTON was published as an eBook by the great BYKER BOOKS – as part of their Best Of British series- and did pretty well, in the UK at least. And I am more than somewhat chuffed to announce that I have recently […]

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Recommended Reads.

Corrosion by Jon Bassoff There’s a stranger in town. A disfigured war veteran stops off in a small American town on his way to The Mountain and violence quickly ensues. Jon Bassoff’s Corrosion is so well-written it hurts. Intense, Gothic, violent, lyrical, cinematic, delirious, brilliant. This is the real deal. True noir. As Close As […]

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Keith Nixon Guests At Brit Grit Alley.

Crime writer Keith Nixon is this weeks guest columnist down Brit Grit Alley. He talks about some of his favourite Brit Grit writers such as Richard Godwin,Tony Black, Charlie Williams, Ryan Bracha, Martin Stanley, Declan Burke and more. Check it out here.

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Short, Sharp Interview: Keith Nixon

PDB: Can you pitch THE FIX in 25 words or less? THE FIX is a multi-layered tale of crime and dark humour in one neat package where no-one is quite who they seem to be. PDB: Which music, books, films or television shows have floated your boat recently? Music – I bought my wife a […]

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