Crime Scene goes behind-the-scenes on the coolest crime dramas
Crime Scene Issue 3 is out now and it's packed to the rafters with TV, book and film exclusives. Discover the latest from your favourite shows and authors inside. And look at this! The nice people at Peaky Blinders animated our cover for us (IRL: it's got a nice shiny bronze ink on it). Get your copy now! Buy your digital issue via Newsstand For iPad and iPhone, or order your print edition from My Favourite Magazines.
The hottest news from the world of books, TV, film, events and more. Want to see Rowan Atkinson in costume as Maigret? Find out what a police psychologist does? You got it. We also quiz the producer of Icelandic thriller Trapped, consider season two of American Crime Story (are you enjoying The People V OJ Simpson right now?), discuss the growth of British noir crime stories, round up the best cars driven by screen detectives, interview Harlan Coben and hear from a Commissioning Editor about what publishers are looking for to make a bestselling novel.
It's like Gangs Of New York but in Birmingham. Your exclusive preview of season 3 (as reported in The Independent, no less) is here! And it heads up our guide to the coolest new series coming your way, including Twin Peaks, Broadchurch, The Fall, Quantico and more.
Making a Murderer
The true crime phenomenon, analysed by expert contributors Neil White and Steve Cavanagh, both lawyers turned authors.
Houdini & Doyle
On Set of the new Victorian TV show starring Stephen Mangan and Michael Weston.
We meet the man who brought us Deutschland 83 - and who's now busy choosing what the next imported crime phenomenon will be.
Post mortem (aka reviews)
Our experts give their verdict on the best of the genre. The Bridge, Luther, Sherlock, Deutschland '83 and The Killing from TV. Big films Legend, Black Mass and Sicario on DVD. 20 pages of new books including James Lee Burke, AK Benedict, John Connolly, Ed McBain, Brooke Magnanti, Harlan Coben, Sara Paretsky and Lisa Gardner... To name but a few of the suspects to face our judgement.
Wait, there's more!
All this plus a retrospective celebration of Jonathan Creek, our awards for the best sidekicks ever, an analysis of Hinterland, a wander around the set of Ripper Street, and an exclusive interview with top author Mark Billingham, who discusses London, gangs, stand-up comedy, Maid Marian and Columbo. And you can also get 25% off a ticket to CrimeFest 2016 with our discount offer.
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