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This Train by James Grady

James Grady was 23 in 1974 when he wrote is iconic conspiracy novel Six Days of the Condor, in which the sole survivor of a wiped out a covert CIA unit has to figure out who and what is behind the massacre. Reconfigured for the…
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Real Easy by Marie Rutkoski

American author Marie Rutkoski makes the transition from YA to adult fiction look simple in this hugely satisfying and emotionally fraught thriller about the broken lives caught up in the hunt for a missing dancer and her abductor in turn-of-the-century Illinois. Each chapter in the…
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Little Altar Boy by John Guzlowski

John Guzlowski’s riveting new police procedural takes you back to the time before sustained pressure on the Catholic Church brought to light its widespread and systemic problem of child sexual abuse. The victims’ quest for justice has taken years to play out and is ongoing,…
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Curious Toys

Written by Elizabeth Hand — It is over three years since Elizabeth Hand released a crime novel – 2016’s Hard Light continued her run of the acclaimed Cass Neary series – so the arrival of this standalone historical thriller was greatly welcomed by us and…
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A Gift for Dying

Written by MJ Arlidge — He’s best known for the popular DI Helen Grace series set in Southampton, and now MJ Arlidge is branching out in another direction with a standalone which crosses the Atlantic. We’re in Chicago, where a particularly nasty serial killer is…
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Interview: MJ Arlidge

MJ Arlidge wears several hats. As well as being the creator of the hugely popular series of crime novels featuring DI Helen Grace, he has worked as a TV producer on the likes of EastEnders, Monarch of the Glen and Undeniable, and is a screenwriter…
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