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The Convent by Sarah Sheridan

Sarah Sheridan’s debut crime novel is a fast-moving psychological thriller about murder and corruption within the Roman Catholic Church. What’s different here is that it’s not the sexual abuse of children we’re talking about, but rather the cover-ups that go on when priests break their…
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The Postscript Murders

Elly Griffiths leaves Dr Ruth Galloway behind for a standalone novel that will keep you guessing – and, at times, giggling. It also features a character you may have met before, DS Harbinder Kaur, who appeared in another standalone, The Stranger Diaries. This time Kaur’s…
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Private Lives by JG Harlond

Bob Robbins is intent on getting away from it all at the start of Private Lives, JG Harlond’s latest slice of cosy historical crime. We’re at the height of World War II and former policeman turned insurance man, turned reluctant policeman once more, Robbins has…
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Murder by the Minster

Written by Helen Cox — This debut mystery book by the author of two romantic novels is a mash up of cosy crime, comedy, romance, action (a thrilling car chase) and police procedural, featuring a librarian in the women’s studies department of a fictional university…
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Interview: Sally Andrew

At the foot of South Africa’s Swartberg Mountains lies Ladismith. This remote little Klein Karoo town is the home of South African crime writer Sally Andrew as well as her inimitable main character, Tannie Maria van Harten. Tannie is Africa’s most famous crime-busting agony aunt,…
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