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Crooked Lane is a crime fiction publisher that publishes broadly in that category. ‘Everything from traditional mysteries and cosies to police procedurals, suspense, thrillers, and historicals,’ said editorial director Matt Martz.

Crooked Lane Books was founded in spring 2014 and published its first books last autumn. ‘From the very beginning it has been our goal to bring the highest quality crime fiction to an outstanding community of readers,’ said Matt. ‘Fans of crime fiction are knowledgeable and voracious. They are both exacting and generous. They know all about well-placed clues and unreliable narrators. They’re also the first to pick up a debut author’s book and give it a shot. Nothing makes us happier than getting a book that they’ll love in their hands and introducing them to characters and authors whom they can enjoy for years.’

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