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The Darkest Sin by DV Bishop

Murder on sanctified ground is the darkest sin referred to in the title of DV Bishop’s new historical crime novel set in Renaissance Italy. In this case it’s a shocking and brutal stabbing at a secluded convent. However, this is not the only troubling crime…
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The IPCRESS File reimagined on ITV

ITV’s remake of this classic 60s spy drama is loaded with glitz and glamour in the West, juxtaposed with the grim austerity of Eastern Europe behind the Iron Curtain. Of course, both facades hide a multitude of sins, and a deadly Cold War confrontation is…
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The Second Cut by Louise Welsh

Louise Welsh’s The Cutting Room was a sensation when it was published in 1999. It was a brilliant debut from a provocative new voice in British crime fiction, infusing a Gaelic vibe with a creepy gothic air. Tartan noir credentials firmly established, there was a…
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Quicksilver by Dean Koontz

After 50 years at his craft and 500 million books sold, Dean Koontz is still setting his own agenda and Quicksilver is an imaginative and thought-provoking read. The author’s energy and enthusiasm are evident, and this is a book that defies expectations throughout. It has…
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