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The Deepest Grave

If you haven’t yet met Harry Bingham’s DS Fiona Griffiths you are missing out on getting to know one of crime fiction’s most compelling detectives. She’s abrasive, rude, outspoken but absolutely better for knowing. In this sixth book in the Griffiths series, the Welsh DS…
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This Thing of Darkness

Written by Harry Bingham — You can soon tell that Fiona Griffiths isn’t just your average Detective Constable. Firstly, while examining a cold case file concerning a security guard who apparently stumbled to his death from a cliff-top, she takes a particular interest in the…
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NTN: Code Runner

Written by Rosie Claverton — Amy Lane is one of the more intriguing characters in British crime fiction. We are not entirely certain what she looks like, except that she is frequently greasy-haired, unwashed, dishevelled, and malnourished. She is also a chronic agoraphobe, and hardly…
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Binary Witness

Written by Rosie Claverton — In her debut crime novel, screenwriter and journalist Rosie Claverton brings us the story of Jason Carr, a young man from one of the rougher areas of the Welsh capital, Cardiff. He has run with the wrong crowd and ended…
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Rubbernecker

Patrick Fort is an anatomy student with Asperger’s Syndrome who stumbles across a crime among the cadavers in his class in Cardiff. He has a death fixation and at first you wonder if he’s got criminal tendencies. We have cadavers and severed heads, a teenage…
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Rubbernecker

Written by Belinda Bauer — Having won the CWA Gold Dagger for her audacious 2010 debut Blacklands, about a 12-year-old boy who corresponds with a jailed child killer, Belinda Bauer promised to be one of those writers capable of leading the reader into some unsettling…
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