Publication: NZ BookLovers

When you think of New Zealand literature, “crime” is not necessarily one of the first types of fiction that springs to mind. And yet, from the early 20th century writings of Ngaio Marsh to the modern era of thrillers by Paul Cleave, New Zealand authors have slowly chipped away at establishing crime as a credible – and lucrative – genre, as these authors have gathered large followings not just in Aotearoa, but also across the rest of the world.

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