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NTN: Shadow of the Rock

Written by Thomas Mogford — The Rock of Gibraltar, a British territory and gateway to the Mediterranean, is an intriguing starting point for a series that feels both foreign and familiar. There’s a siege mentality to this small but significant promontory. ‘No Enemy Shall Expel…
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The Chessmen

Those strange little figures – squat and grumpy, kings and bishops, still evocative after 800 years. They provide a haunting backdrop to this, the final book in Peter May’s Lewis Trilogy. Please don’t feel that you are coming late to the party, because this book…
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The Chessmen

Written by Peter May — He’s got fans across the globe and has won a slew of awards. His book, The Blackhouse, was even a Richard & Judy Book Club pick, but I’m ashamed to say that that I haven’t read any of Peter May’s…
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Trust Your Eyes

Written by Linwood Barclay — After writing four comic thrillers featuring the character Zack Walker, Canadian author Linwood Barclay turned to standalone novels. His first crime thriller, No Time for Goodbye, became an international bestseller in 2008 and the author has become one of the…
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NTN: Junkie

Written by Robert French — Junkie is a crime thriller that roars and booms its way up, down, under and over the Western Canadian city of Vancouver. Although it was called the most livable city in the world by the Economist last year, everybody in…
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NTN: Niall Leonard interviewed

The Guardian has called him Mr Fifty Shades, but EL James’ husband Niall Leonard is an accomplished writer in his own right. He’s worked on numerous TV scripts but last year he took part in National November Writing Month – the challenge was to write…
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Interview: Tom Wood

Tom Wood burst onto to the crime thriller scene in 2011, with the excellent debut novel The Hunter. Now an international hit with German, Polish and American editions of the book available, Tom Wood has come up with its sequel. The Enemy sees the return…
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