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This Little Dark Place

Written by AS Hatch — Reading can transport you to a wealth of different places and myriad experiences. Each book holds a world within its pages, and for an avid reader, those contrasts can be a bit addictive. For example, the last book I read…
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Flesh and Blood

Written by Emma Salisbury — It’s always fun to make the acquaintance of a new author and series, and although this is the fifth book to feature DS Kevin Coupland a newbie Emma Salisbury reader will soon fit right in. Flesh and Blood has lots…
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Suspended Retribution

Written by Rob Ashman — Acting Detective Chief Inspector Rosalind Kray is called to investigate a hit and run in one of Blackpool’s side streets. There’s a certain poetic justice to the scene. The victim, Jimmy Caldwell, had himself just received a two-year suspended sentence for…
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The Craftsman

Written by Sharon Bolton — There’s something for everyone in Sharon Bolton’s latest stand alone psychological thriller. There’s crime, mystery, history, drama, neatly executed reveals, witches and even magic. The final two might give you pause, but the hint of occult and mythology fits well…
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Hydra

Written by Matt Wesolowski — Six Stories is a fictional podcast that author Matt Wesolowski has invented as a unique means of storytelling. Transcribed in his books, each series of podcasts explores a past crime through six interviews. The host is Scott King and our only…
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The Scrivener

Written by Robin Blake — Having worked as a teacher for many years, Robin Blake became a full-time writer in 1986, publishing works of fiction and non-fiction. Most notably, he is an art historian who has written about Anthony Van Dyck and George Stubbs. However, in…
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