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On the Radar: Parts of a puzzle

Welcome to another edition of On the Radar, our weekly column featuring new releases. It’s often a very mixed bag, and that’s because the crime genre is so broad and varied. This week we kick things off with a standalone from Bath-based thriller author Tim…
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No One Home

Written by Tim Weaver — At the end of Tim Weaver’s last book, You Were Gone, there were distinct signs that David Raker’s old pal Bryan Kennedy was about to make a reappearance. That promise has been kept, and at the start of this week…
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The crime fiction innovators

On the Radar — What a time we have ahead with huge releases on the way from Denise Mina and Jeffery Deaver. There are new characters, new concepts and new twists being introduced among this week’s upcoming crime novels so we’re declaring it a week…
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You Were Gone

Written by Tim Weaver — David Raker searches for missing people, but what happens when he has to look for  someone who isn’t missing at all? They’re dead, in fact, and Raker is certain of that because the person in question is his late, much…
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Which will you choose?

On the Radar — As Carol Wyer’s latest thriller The Chosen Ones prepares for lift-off, we bring you seven other brand new crime books – including a debut, a graphic novel, some domestic noir, a PI mystery and more. And, we’re asking one simple question:…
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A focus on revenge

On the Radar — April showers bring May flowers, but the latest from the author of Black Eyed Susans has a cover featuring startling red autumn leaves… and a corpse, of course. It’s our lead book as we break into spring here on Crime Fiction Lover. We’ve…
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Reconciliation for the Dead

Claymore Straker, a young soldier in the Angolan Civil War, is on the run as a deserter when he intervenes to save a woman from a gang rape. With this impulsive, compelling act, he uncovers a larger game of Apartheid-era exploitation, greed and a biological…
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