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The Sixth Window

Written by Rachel Abbott — Authors today have a choice. They can go down the standard route, sending their manuscripts to traditional publishers who may or may not give it the attention it deserves. Or, they can self-publish through platforms like Amazon. Rachel Abbott, once the owner…
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Sirens

Written by Joseph Knox — Disgraced Detective Constable Aidan Waits has been caught stealing drugs and publicly humiliated. His boss, Superintendent Parrs, is an uncompromising Scot with ambiguous motivations who takes the opportunity to make Waits an offer he simply can’t refuse. He can go to…
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Kill Me Again

Written by Rachel Abbott – Lies. Even a teeny weeny white one can snowball into something of epic proportions if you’re not careful. But if everyone told the truth, where would crime fiction readers be? Or defence solicitors for that matter? Maggie Taylor is one of the…
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Stranger Child

Written by Rachel Abbott — Never go down a dark country road with this author… you just know it is going to end in tears. In The Back Road, a young runaway is left for dead by a hit and run driver; in Stranger Child,…
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Stumped

Written by Rob Kitchin — Grant, a new arrival from England to Dublin, and his wheelchair-bound companion, Mary have a problem. Grant’s flatmate, Sinead, has gone missing from the house they share, only a bloody severed finger left in her place. There’s also a note addressed…
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A Venetian Moon

Written by Bill Rogers — After a career in education, helping improve schools in the Manchester area, Bill Rogers decided to become a crime author. He mainly writes police procedurals featuring the upstanding DCI Tom Caton. Publishing them himself, he’s become an accomplished and bestselling…
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Trouble Man

Written by Tom Benn — Last year, Tom Benn’s Chamber Music gained plenty of praise for its gritty portrayal of the Manchester club scene and the criminals that inevitably surround it. Now his anti-hero Henry Bane is back in the third novel in the series,…
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