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Five of the best new crime novels to read this autumn (and one golden oldie)

By Alec Charles, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Winchester
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As the nights draw in and we spend more time indoors, autumn can be a good time to get stuck into the literary world’s latest murder mysteries. And the last few months have seen the publication of major new works by some of the genre’s most respected authors.

So here are half a dozen recommendations that might help to keep you warm – or at least offer the homeliest of chills – on an evening in.

London Bridge is Falling Down by Christopher Fowler


Long trailed as the final outing for Christopher…


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