A new destination for crime writing

The Murder Room

Sometimes you know you want a read that's brutal, bloody and keeps you gripped with every page, but which to choose? The Murder Room, a new portal from publisher Orion, should help you get on the right track.

The clearly arranged site offers crime-writing enthusiasts a way to discover both new writing in the genre and hidden gems that they might not have come across.

You can search options on The Murder Room by genre - detective, noir, thriller and contemporary crime-writing from Orion's own catalogue - or by author, or from the top 10 of recently recommended crime titles from other users.

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You can then click through to each book to find a number of buying options (though there's an emphasis on ebooks). And, of course, if you hate your choice you can always have a good old moan about it in one of the forums.

For more information visit themurderroom.com 

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