Crime Fiction: The British Taste For A High Body Count

06/13/2011 08:56 am ET | Updated Aug 13, 2011
  • Alison Flood guardian.co.uk

Sliced to death in an olive machine? Decapitated by a glider cable? Squashed by a large brass wind instrument? These are just some of the ways in which victims were murdered over the last year by the UK's crime novelists.

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