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For more than twenty years, Soho Crime has been publishing atmospheric crime fiction set all over the world. Some of our most popular series will whisk you away to France, China, England, Laos, Northern Ireland, Australia, Japan, Germany, South Africa, Italy, Denmark, and Palestine, to name but a few, and we hope that this list will only grow with time. Our books run the entire range of crime fiction—detective fiction, police procedurals, thrillers, espionage novels, revenge novels, stories of thieves, assassins, and underworld mob bosses—but you can count on an immersive adventure steeped in cultural and setting detail. Visit this page for a complete list of titles in the Soho Crime library.

Featured Authors

Ted Lewis

Born in Manchester, England, Ted Lewis (1940-1982) spent most of his youth in Barton-upon-Humber in the north of England. After graduating from Hull Art School, Lewis moved to London and first worked in advertising before becoming an animation specialist, working on the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. His novels are the product of his lifelong fascination with the criminal lifestyle of London’s Soho district and the down-and-out lifestyle of the English factory town. Lewis' novels pioneered the British noir school. He authored nine novels, the second of which was famously adapted in 1971 as the now iconic Get Carter, which stars Michael Caine.

Author Of

Get Carter; Jack Carter's Law; Jack Carter and the Mafia Pigeon; GBH

Cara Black

Cara Black is the author of thirteen books in the New York Times bestselling Aimée Leduc series. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and son and visits Paris frequently. Visit her website.

Author Of

Murder in Pigalle; Murder Below Montparnasse; Murder at the Lanterne Rouge; Murder in Passy; Murder in the Palais Royal; Murder in the Latin Quarter; Murder in the Rue de Paradis; Murder on the Ile Saint-Louis; Murder in Montmartre; Murder in Clichy; Murder in the Bastille; Murder in the Sentier; Murder in Belleville; Murder in the Marais; Murder on the Champ de Mars

Mette Ivie Harrison

Mette Ivie Harrison is the author of multiple YA and romance novels. Her first crime novel, The Bishop's Wife, releases in December of 2014.

Author Of

The Bishop's Wife

David Downing

David Downing grew up in suburban London. He is the author of six books in the John Russell espionage series, set in WWII Berlin: Zoo StationSilesian StationStettin StationPotsdam StationLehrter Station, and Masaryk Station and the nonfiction work, Sealing Their Fate: The Twenty-Two Days That Decided World War II. He lives with his wife in Guildford, England.

Author Of

Masaryk Station; Lehrter Station; Potsdam Station; Stettin Station; Silesian Station; Zoo Station; Jack of Spies

Fuminori Nakamura

Fuminori Nakamura was born in 1977 and graduated from Fukushima University in 2000. He won the 2002 Shinchō Literary Prize for New Writers for his first novel, A Gun, the prestigious Noma Literary Prize for Shade in 2004, and the 2005 Akutagawa Prize for The Boy in the Earth. The Thief, his first novel to be translated into English, won the 2010 Oe Prize, Japan's largest literary award, and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. He is the recipient of NoirCon's David L. Goodis Award and currently lives in Tokyo with his wife. Visit his website.

Author Of

The Thief; Evil and the Mask; Last Winter We Parted