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The Thirst finally sated

On the Radar — Let’s not beat around the bush, here. The Thirst by Jo Nesbo could just be the biggest Scandinavian novel of the year, or even the biggest novel of the year full-stop. It sees the return of Harry Hole after a three year…
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His mother's killer

On the Radar — We’ll lead off this week with the latest David Baldacci novel, in which his series character John Puller turns his eye on catching his mother’s killer. This side of the pond, DCI Kate Daniels returns with a new case, and there’s…
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Whole lotta history

On the Radar — Yes, we’ve got a whole lotta history for you today because, in addition to exciting new releases from Linwood Barclay, David Baldacci and Ace Atkins, there are four historical novels new on the shelves. Ancient Rome, Georgian London, post-war London and…
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The Guilty

Written by David Baldacci — At the beginning of The Guilty, David Baldacci has included a note explaining that in this novel he wants to do something different with his CIA assassin Will Robie. So in the sharp shooter’s fourth outing, instead of becoming deeply embedded…
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The guilty and the dead

On the Radar — With over 100 million copies sold, David Baldacci is one of the world’s biggest selling thrilled writers and this week he’s back with a new story for his hitman character Will Robie. Two new books this week feature the paranormal, and we’ve…
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It's all lies!

On the Radar — Well, our headline today could be referring to the manifestos unveiled this week by Britain’s main political parties as we head towards the General Election, but actually what we’re pointing to is a hot new release by psychological crime fiction’s rising star,…
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Some light escapism?

On the Radar — This week the prolific American author David Baldacci provides us with a mystery taking place in the US military which promises some fast-paced escapism. We’ve got historical crime fiction novels set in WWII, the Elizabethan court and Civil War America, plus…
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