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Uncoiled Lies

Written by Liz Mistry — Bradford, 5 November 1998 and Sadia Hussain is at a bonfire night celebration with her best friend, Jessica, which goes horribly wrong. Jessica’s mother, Millie Green, burns to death, witnessed by Jessica’s half brother, Shahid and Sadia’s policeman father. Fast…
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A flying start

On the Radar — 2017 is off to a flying start, and January could see some of the year’s biggest crime releases, with the 26th a big day on the publishing calendar. This week we lead off with Perfect Remains, a debut from Helen Fields,…
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NTN: Liz Mistry interviewed

New Talent November is all about introducing you to new, up-and-coming crime authors and Liz Mistry fits firmly into that category. Although she and her novel, Unquiet Souls, are based in Bradford, Liz herself is a native of Scotland, the country that punches in the heavyweight…
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NTN: Ten top reads from Bloodhound Books

If you’re looking to freshen up the look of your crime bookshelf, our New Talent November sponsor Bloodhound Books has just the thing. The indie publisher specialises in finding new crime authors and getting them out there for Kindle and – increasingly – in print….
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Unquiet Souls

Written by Liz Mistry — When the body of prostitute Sharon Asif is found in the snow dappled graveyard of a Bradford churchyard, DS Alice Cooper unwittingly opens a can of grisly worms. In the locked loft of the dead woman’s house are 20 children, two…
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A quiet life, a quiet death

On the Radar — Fans of Tartan noir have something new to get their teeth into this week as we lead off with a new novel from Scotland – but this one’s a bit different as it’s set in the 1950s. There are two more books…
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