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Deep Down Dead

Written by Steph Broadribb — The action thriller never seems to go out of fashion, and fans of writers like Lee Child and David Baldacci seem to welcome each new release with relish. From John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps through Geoffrey Household’s Rogue Male and on to…
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NTN: Steph Broadribb interviewed

Steph Broadribb is one of the writers you should definitely be watching out for during New Talent November, particularly if you like the kind of action seen in Lee Child’s Jack Reacher series along with a strong female protagonist. Her debut novel Deep Down Dead…
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The Bone Collection

Written by Kathy Reichs — Temperance Brennan has come a long way in 18 books, but readers have never really learned how she got into forensic anthropology in the first place. Until now, that is. Because one of the four novellas that make up Kathy…
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Razor Girl

Written by Carl Hiaasen — Lane Coolman is the wrong man in the right place and at the right time. It’s February and Coolman, an agent to TV reality star Buck Nance, has just landed in Miami and is heading south to Key West. Nance has a gig at…
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Rise the Dark

Written by Michael Koryta – With last year’s novel, Last Words, Koryta introduced us to his new series character Mark Novak, an investigator for a legal firm taking pro-bono death row cases where there is a possibility of a miscarriage of justice. That book introduced…
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Devil in the Grass

Written by Christopher Bowron — This debut thriller is an ambitious mix of Florida politics, Satanic cults, Seminole tradition, alligators and even a bull shark. Canadian author Christopher Bowron is clearly familiar with the southwest Florida setting, which he describes expertly, bringing the story to vivid life….
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Interview: Christopher Bowron

Debut author Christopher Bowron’s novel Devil in the Grass comes out 1 March. It’s a lively exploration of two great divides that characterise its South Florida setting: wealth versus poverty, and developers versus environmentalists. Add in the special concerns of the native Seminole population at long-term odds with…
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