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Cover Story by Susan Rigetti

Like a clever jigsaw puzzle, Susan Rigetti’s crime fiction debut, Cover Story, about a world-class financial swindler and con artist gives you a lot of pieces, and it takes a while for them to start fitting together, allowing the full picture to emerge. The story…
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Nine Lives by Peter Swanson

Peter Swanson has created another lively homage to classic mystery puzzles in his new novel, Nine Lives. Much like his earlier book, Rules for Perfect Murders, several of the characters recognise the new story’s parallels to Golden Age murder mysteries and this time the resemblance…
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The Goodbye Coast by Joe Ide

In The Goodbye Coast, author Joe Ide abandons his popular crime-solver Isaiah Quintabe in favour of a 21st century private investigator: Philip Marlowe. Yes, really! Raymond Chandler’s definitive detective has been reinvented by Ide and he’s working on two compelling missing persons cases at once….
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The Runaway by Nick Petrie

Fans of award-winning author Nick Petrie’s high-octane action adventures won’t be disappointed in his latest, seventh in the series. The Runaway again features knight-errant Peter Ash, a US Marine no longer serving in the military who, over the course of these thrillers, is gradually learning…
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Power in the Blood by Hiawatha Bray

Debut fiction author Hiawatha Bray draws on his deep knowledge and experience in writing this highly entertaining techno-thriller set mostly in Boston. Like Bray himself, his protagonist, Weldon Drake, is a technology reporter for a leading newspaper, and both are deacons in an African-American Baptist…
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