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The Paris Diversion

Written by Chris Pavone — The Paris Diversion is the followup to Chris Pavone’s award-winning debut thriller from 2013, The Expats. In the new book, former CIA agent Kate Moore is living in Paris with her husband Dexter when the ghosts from that earlier story…
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We dare you...

On the Radar — Yes, we dare you to peruse this deadly selection of crime novels landing on the shelves soon. We’re leading off with The Dare by Carol Wyer, for lovers of British crime fiction. But we’ve also got some new espionage from Chris…
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The Travelers

Written by Chris Pavone — In an expertly assembled first few chapters, Chris Pavone sets the scene nicely. The Travelers of the title is a magazine, and so much more. It’s a brand, an idea, an aspiration, an experience and, indeed, a lifestyle. You could say…
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The Accident

Written by Chris Pavone — The Accident follows Chris Pavone’s hugely successful debut novel The Expats, and charts the severe ramifications of an inflammatory manuscript called The Accident. The action begins when Isabel Reed, one of New York’s foremost literary agents comes into possession of…
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Questions are being asked

On the Radar — We’ll start this week with Laura Lippman’s latest release in which old crimes are unravelled after four decades when, finally, someone starts asking the right questions. There’s a return to Hull with David Mark, and Chris Pavone follows up his hit…
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Lehane grabs Best Novel Edgar

Last night New York City played host to the 67th annual Edgar Awards, hosted by the Mystery Writers of America, but it was Boston boy Dennis Lehane who grabbed the Best Novel prize for Live by Night. The second novel in his series exploring crime,…
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The Expats

Written by Chris Pavone — Moving to Luxembourg with her very average husband Dexter, Kate Moore, who is an ex CIA agent turned full time mum, expects a life of leisure looking after the kids and touring Europe on weekends. What she doesn’t bargain for…
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MarinaSofia: Top five books of 2012

I’ve never been good with limitations. Faced with the prospect of choosing among all the great books I’ve read this year and selecting just five (FIVE?!?) to highlight, I turned all Oliver Twist. ‘Please, kind sir, can I have more?’  But Crime Fiction Lover’s Master…
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