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The Deepest Grave

If you haven’t yet met Harry Bingham’s DS Fiona Griffiths you are missing out on getting to know one of crime fiction’s most compelling detectives. She’s abrasive, rude, outspoken but absolutely better for knowing. In this sixth book in the Griffiths series, the Welsh DS…
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The Deepest Grave

Written by Harry Bingham — This sixth book in the series featuring one of crime fiction’s most compelling heroines opens with DS Fiona Griffiths bored as hell in her Cardiff nick. It has been 453 days since her last proper corpse when, oh joy of joys, a…
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The Dead House

Written by Harry Bingham — The body of a young woman is found in the annexe of a tiny church in the sleepy hamlet of Ystradfflur, deep in the remote Welsh countryside. The room has a history going back to medieval times and was a ‘dead house’ where bodies would…
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This Thing of Darkness

Written by Harry Bingham — You can soon tell that Fiona Griffiths isn’t just your average Detective Constable. Firstly, while examining a cold case file concerning a security guard who apparently stumbled to his death from a cliff-top, she takes a particular interest in the…
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Nine deadly measures of murder...

On the Radar — There’s a huge week ahead for crime fiction, with a squadron of new detective novels hitting the shelves. From cosy to contemporary, and from 19th century Ireland to near future Hong Kong, there’s bound to be something for you amongst these…
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Love Story, With Murders

Written by Harry Bingham — In 2012 Harry Bingham introduced Detective Constable Fiona Griffiths to crime fiction – and it was a stellar meeting. In Talking To The Dead, we learned that the Cardiff detective had a serious mental condition called Cotard’s Syndrome, which caused…
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