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Keeper by Jessica Moor

Sometimes you pick up a book and you don’t know what you expected but it wasn’t what you got. I feel a bit like that with Keeper. I had ...
Keeper by Jessica Moor

Waiting for Lindsay by Moira Forsyth

My first question on receiving this review copy was why is it being re-printed (with a new cover and branding) after it was published first in 1999? ...
Waiting for Lindsay by Moira Forsyth

A Long Way Off by Pascal Garnier

A Long Way Off is a virtuoso swan song from the master of French black comedy crime writing, Pascal Garnier. This novel is riotously funny and maybe ...
A Long Way Off by Pascal Garnier

Darkness Rising by AA Dhand

I know Darkness Rising sounds like it could be a Batman movie but this novella is all about the mean and moody streets of Bradford as policed by ...
Darkness Rising by AA Dhand

Saturdays at Noon by Rachel Marks

When I decided to read Saturdays at Noon I had no idea that not only would it very likely be one of my books of the year but it would also rock my ...
Saturdays at Noon by Rachel Marks

The Lantern Men by Elly Griffiths

The Lantern Men – When the legend becomes real! Elly Griffiths, one of the most underrated suspense writers in the UK at the moment, in my opinion. ...
The Lantern Men by Elly Griffiths

Agatha by Anne Cathrine Bomann

A slender novella that is slight in everything but impact. A beautifully written study of ageing, loneliness and death with a subtle sub text ...
Agatha by Anne Cathrine Bomann

Seven Shoes by Mark Davis

Mark Davis is a former White House speech writer so he should be well versed in writing fiction . . . just kidding! Actually, this novel does have a ...
Seven Shoes by Mark Davis

Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames by Lara Maiklem

Pretty much everything that humans have made, used, and thrown away will be here forever. Often these possessions have ended up in middens and now ...
Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames by Lara Maiklem

Home is the Prisoner and The Little Lie by Jean Potts

The two novels in this double header are perfect examples of just how good Potts was at writing intriguing dramas in which the darkness lurks in the ...
Home is the Prisoner and The Little Lie by Jean Potts

Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

In 1988, when Olive Collins was twenty-six and wanted to buy a house of her own she couldn’t afford one in the village where she’d grown up., ...
Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

The Traitor by V S Alexander

This is an excellent novel by an author who said of WWII, “I’ve always found it a tragic, terrifying and humbling subject”. All ...
The Traitor by V S Alexander

The Offing by Benjamin Myers

It is not long after the end of the Second World War and the country is still in the grip of post-war blues and rationing. Robert Appleyard has just ...
The Offing by Benjamin Myers

The Corpse in the Garden of Perfect Brightness by Malcolm Pryce

The Case Files of Jack Wenlock, Railway Detective. “SQUIDEYE: I will introduce that wretch to the cat. MILLIE: You have a cat? SQUIDEYE: Yes, with ...
The Corpse in the Garden of Perfect Brightness by Malcolm Pryce

The Forbidden Promise by Lorna Cook

This is the new story of love and secrets from the No 1 best selling and award winning author of The Forgotten Village. It is Scotland 1940. War ...
The Forbidden Promise by Lorna Cook

Serenade for Nadia by Zülfü Livaneli

“I remembered one of the last things my grandmother said to me before she died. She told me that I would encounter people who want to harm me as ...
Serenade for Nadia by Zülfü Livaneli
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