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Target by Simon Kernick is a Crime Novel With a Kick

The Story of Target by Simon Kernick Who would have thought a few drinks with your best friend’s ex could lead to such devastating consequences? Rob Fallon, bumps into Jenny Brakspear on a night out in London and after a night of catching up they end up back at her…

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A brand new Icelandic noir crime novel to enjoy by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir

Review: The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir

“She can sense him standing over her now, wheezing like an old man. The stink of cigarettes fills her nose. If she looked up she would see those dark-grey eyes staring down at her. Instinctively she pulls the duvet a fraction higher over her face. But she can’t hide. The…

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The Sideman by Caro Ramsay is the 10th in the Costello-Anderson Series set in Scotland. Read the full review via @tbookjunkie

Review: The Sideman by Caro Ramsay

DI Costello is done. No longer does she feel that she has respect for her boss or the force. She knows with all her senses that George Haggerty has killed his family yet he has an airtight alibi; the bloody Scottish Police Force. It seems that George Haggerty has managed…

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The Memory Wood by Sam Lloyd is an enthralling novel that will captivate you from the very beginning. A masterpiece in psychological thriller writing.

Review: The Memory Wood by Sam Lloyd

Elijah is a troubled young lad. There is something spooking him at home but his vagueness only leads the reader to speculate for themselves. Something has happened to him to cause a trip to the police station but other than a hint, we are none the wiser at this stage…

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Review: The Holdout by Graham Moore

“She stabbed her husband while he was sleeping and then cut off his head with a pair of garden shears.” The actions of Belen Vasquez, a client of Maya Seale, may seem extreme, but how does anyone know how they would respond to years of abuse. When enough is enough…

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Review: Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle

Beth Murphy is on the run, trying to leave an abusive relationship behind. She has been planning this for at least the last ten months, if not longer, but is still worried he will find her, somehow. We haven’t yet been introduced to this husband of hers but it sounds…

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Review: We Begin At the End by Chris Whitaker

“She was Sissy Radley. Seven years old. Blond hair.” “The shoe was small. Red and white leather. Gold-tone buckle… And then he saw her. He took a breath and raised his hand.” Three decades on, Star Radley, Sissy’s sister, is still struggling with everything that has been thrown at her….

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