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The Order of Things

Written by Graham Hurley — Here’s a book that will quickly grab your attention, and possibly that of any recently consumed meals as well. The story begins when a doctor is found disembowelled in a Devon cottage bedroom which resembles a charnel house. Amid the viscera, the…
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The Lost Child

Written by Ann Troup — Despite the title, the true nature of the crime in this captivating debut novel never becomes apparent until the very end. There are some people who will do anything to keep the truth from coming out, and they want Mandy Miller…
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A Game for All the Family

Written by Sophie Hannah — Nobody does dark and twisted better than Sophie Hannah, but after an inroad into Agatha Christie territory with The Monogram Murders, she seems in no hurry to get back to her crime series featuring Charlie Zailer and Simon Waterhouse. In…
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Tell Tale

Written by Mark Sennen — It is always something of a lottery for a reader to discover an author and character mid-series. Will you feel left out of a tight-knit clique, or be welcomed to the fold with open arms? Tell Tale is the fourth…
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Sins of the Father

Written by Graham Hurley — In England’s West Country, DS Jimmy Suttle is called in to investigate the brutal murder of Rupert Moncrieff, a wealthy octagenarian living out his days in a house called Magharibi.  Moncrieff was an ‘old Africa hand’, and among the tribal…
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Fall From Grace

Written by Tim Weaver — David Raker is a specialist. The former journalist is an expert at finding missing people, particularly when the police have failed and put the case notes in the the dustiest corner of their filing system. Raker has a good success…
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