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The Body on the Train by Frances Brody

This is the eleventh Kate Shackleton crime novel and the year is now 1929. The country has entered the post-National Strike recession years and as a ...
The Body on the Train by Frances Brody

The Living End by Frank Kane

Sure I love The Living End for its sharp dialogue and pacy storytelling, it’s a novel that kicks and bites, a dark cynical view of the world. In ...
The Living End by Frank Kane

The Devil’s Trap by James W. Bancroft

This volume is subtitled “The Victims of the Cawnpore Massacre During the Indian Mutiny” which is what attracted my eye in the first place. Most ...
The Devil’s Trap by James W. Bancroft

I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll

This book is absolutely brilliant. That’s all I need to say. However, I’m thinking you might want a bit more detail than that somehow.& ...
I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll

Angel Avenger by Tim Wickenden

Wickenden introduced his Berlin detective Max Becker in a short story Girl Hunter earlier in the year (currently available as an eBook). Set in the ...
Angel Avenger by Tim Wickenden

The Orange Grove by Kate Murdoch

I have to admit that I always feel slightly nervous about reading historical fiction because, when badly executed, I find it at best risible, at ...
The Orange Grove by Kate Murdoch

Pendulum by Adam Hamdy

Breathe deeply before you start because there aren’t any pauses for air in Pendulum. This full-on thriller just keeps gathering pace as a tale of ...
Pendulum by Adam Hamdy

Red River Girl by Joanna Jolly

On August 7th 2014, when the Red River, Winnipeg, Canada was being searched for a missing man, the police were alerted to the discovery of another ...
Red River Girl by Joanna Jolly

Jog On by Bella Mackie

Oh, my word! What can I say except this book is absolutely amazing. Bella has written a very frank and brave account of how she has suffered with ...
Jog On by Bella Mackie

This Little Dark Place by A.S. Hatch

I wanted to read This Little Dark Place as soon as I heard about it. I was attracted by the pen pal programme for prisoners and what effect that ...
This Little Dark Place by A.S. Hatch

10,000 Ways to Die by Alex Cox

When I was a teenager the spaghetti western seemed to proliferate on TV: the good, the bad and the downright awful! Some were laugh-out-loud, ...
10,000 Ways to Die by Alex Cox

The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney

JP Delaney, who had worldwide success with The Girl Before, has come back with a new suspense thriller that once again pushes the envelope. I ...
The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney

What Dementia Teaches Us About Love by Nicci Gerrard

To have such a respected writer share her thoughts and experiences in this novel was touching and engaging. It provided an endearing balance from ...
What Dementia Teaches Us About Love by Nicci Gerrard

The Illuminati Ball by Cynthia Von Buhler

‘The Baroness and Baron de Rothschild cordially invite you to The Illuminati Ball . . .’ Would you accept? The invitation is accompanied by $50 ...
The Illuminati Ball by Cynthia Von Buhler

The Unauthorised Biography of Ezra Maas by Daniel James

This is a biographical novel, or is it? It’s a noirish nightmare, or is it? Is it a game, a puzzle, a hall of mirrors, or all three? Or is it a ...
The Unauthorised Biography of Ezra Maas by Daniel James

Blackpool’s Angel by Maggie Mason

I’m always glad when I hear that a new Maggie Mason (or Mary Wood) book is coming out. I know I can be 100% guaranteed to get a gripping and ...
Blackpool’s Angel by Maggie Mason
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