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Did You See Melody?

Written by Sophie Hannah — Cara Burrows is well outside of her comfort zone. She has left her husband and children behind in the UK and flown across the Atlantic. It’s a spur-of-the-moment decision. Cara is pregnant and needs some me time. Instead of booking…
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The Water Knife

The diversity of platforms for literature fans is a great joy, and in this audiobook the Puerto Rican actress and presenter Almarie Guerra narrates a tale of greed, deception and murder, all based around the most vital commodity in Nevada, Arizona and California. Narcotics? Gold?…
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The Water Knife audiobook

Written by Paolo Bacigalupi, narrated by Almarie Guerra — In the American Southwest, the states of Nevada, Arizona, and California are battling over a dwindling water supply caused by climate change, population pressure, and brazen political brokering. States have declared their sovereignty, closed their borders,…
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Fear the Darkness

Written by Becky Masterman — It’s a dangerous thing, retiring from the FBI, especially when you spent most of your time there working deep under cover. In a nutshell, that’s the history of Brigid Quinn, a character who first appeared in Masterman’s acclaimed debut novel Rage Against…
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Sin Walks into the Desert

Written by Matt Ingwalson — Sin is a loner, a tattooed outcast in Tucson, Arizona. In his early 20s, he spends his days at home watching videos online and cleaning his gun, and his nights getting tattooed by Sindy, his one friend, who works at…
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Features

NTN: Interview with CJ Howell

Last month, indie publishing outfit New Pulp Press released The Last of the Smoking Bartenders by CJ Howell. It’s an intense and incendiary story about a drifter called Tom who’s actually an agent – deep undercover – out to foil a terrorist plot to blow…
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NTN: Rage Against the Dying

Written by Becky Masterman — New talent is inevitably associated with precocious writers who started young and stuck at it. Look at Roger Hobbs, now the proud owner of a CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger for Ghostman, which he wrote while still at college. Hanna…
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