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Angelino Heights by Adam Bregman

Quirky thrillers that don’t follow typical hero’s journey plotting have great appeal. You really don’t know what’s coming next. Adam Bregman’s debut thriller is one of these books, with the quirkiness intensified by the characters’ passion for the Los Angeles of decades ago. The story…
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The Fourth Courier

Written by Timothy Jay Smith — Take a walk back in time to Warsaw in 1992 with Timothy Jay Smith’s new crime thriller, The Fourth Courier. The Cold War has recently ended, but average citizens are struggling to make sense of the new economic realities….
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The Red Road

Written by Denise Mina, narrated by Cathleen McCarron — Denise Mina has earned her place among Scotland’s most distinguished authors. This award-winning novel about the long, entangling tails of murder has its beginning in Glasgow in 1997, when a young boy is accused, convicted, and imprisoned…
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Death of a Blue Lantern

Written by Christopher West — Pageturners is a new imprint focusing on crime and thrillers, and releasing them as ebooks. The other day we reviewed Dead White by Welsh author Gwen Parrott which Pageturners has just released. Death of a Blue Lantern is a re-issue of…
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A Slow Death

Written by James Craig — It’s one of the great movie lines of all time, so there’s no shame in Kriminalinspektor Max Drescher adapting the immortal words of Lt Colonel Kilgore from Apocalypse Now. ” I love the smell of tear gas in the morning,”…
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Black Eyed Susans

Written by Julia Heaberlin – The Black Eyed Susans of the title are an attractive daisy-like flower and the cover as a whole is eye-catching, innocuous enough. There’s no sign of violence; this red haired girl could just be sleeping…. Lulled into a false sense…
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