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Death’s Dark Veil

Written by Patricia Dixon — Not all crime novels grab you by the throat immediately. Some are a slow burn, and that description certainly applies to this book. I’m at a loss to describe the crime sub-genre Death’s Dark Veil fits into best. It has…
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Wylding Hall

Written by Elizabeth Hand – Having received 5-star reviews on CFL for her crime novels featuring rock photographer and noir anti-hero Cass Neary, a new release from US author Elizabeth Hand is always worth investigating. Wylding Hall also features photography as part of its plot,…
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CIS: The Devil at Saxon Wall

Written by Gladys Mitchell — First published by Grayson & Grayson in 1935, The Devil at Saxon Wall was the sixth book in Gladys Mitchell’s Mrs Bradley Mysteries. Beatrice Adelaide Lestrange Bradley made her debut in the 1929 novel, Speedy Death, and made a total…
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Eeny Meeny

Written by MJ Arlidge — Just when you thought crime fiction couldn’t get more gruesome, along comes MJ Arlidge’s Eeny Meeny to raise the bar. Even the publisher’s marketing campaign was edgy and disturbing. In this suspenseful novel, mainly set in Hampshire, someone is kidnapping pairs…
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