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Violet

Written by SJI Holliday — So you like travel and meeting new people? Consider this a fair warning. SJI Holliday’s latest travel thriller will make you reconsider your next chance encounter with a seemingly innocent fellow traveller. Laura breaks her leg in a freak accident…
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No Way to Die

Written by PA De Voe — If you want a total escape from Brexit and Trump, PA De Voe’s second Ming Dynasty mystery, No Way to Die, will take you away from it all and back to late 1300s China. As a devoted fan of…
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Death Notice

Written by Zhou Haohui, translated by Zac Haluza — A modern action and psychological thriller by a Chinese writer based in China with political themes? Is that even possible? The answer is yes, if this book by Zhou Haohui is any indication. Zhou is one of…
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The Fire Maker

Written by Peter May — Crime fiction fans know and love Peter May for his very atmospheric Lewis trilogy and we’ve reviewed The Chessmen and a recent standalone likewise set in the Outer Hebrides, Coffin Road. The author has since moved on to the Gulf of St Lawrence…
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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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False Nine

Written by Philip Kerr — Philip Kerr’s  Bernie Gunther novels are wonderfully written, tense historical mysteries with the perfect amount of historical research, and unlike most series they just seem to be getting better. The Lady From Zagreb, released earlier this year, is possibly Philip…
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