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The End of October

Wow. Lawrence Wright must have really polished up his crystal ball before writing this medical/political thriller, released in late April. As a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, he has a knack for describing history and its relevance today, capturing both the big political picture and the significant…
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The Kennedy Moment

Written by Peter Adamson — In this political thriller by former UNICEF official Peter Adamson, now available in a trade paperback original, the reunion of five college friends launches a project that none of them could have anticipated, that has every potential of imminently and…
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The Appointment

Written by Dylan Young — The cover and title of this novel scream medical thriller but this novel is firmly in the psychological thrills category. It does have strong medical credentials and the story centres on Dan Lewis, a consultant ophthalmic surgeon with a dream…
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If I Die Before I Wake

Written by Emily Koch — There are some bold claims on the back cover of this debut thriller by former local newspaper journalist Emily Koch. Penguin Random House’s publicity machine compares If I Die Before I Wake with two phenomenally successful bestsellers. It is said to…
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Know Me Now

Written by CJ Carver — This is the third crime thriller featuring former MI5 operative Dan Forrester and Yorkshire-area Detective Constable Lucy Davies, who team up with their old friend, general practitioner Grace Reavey. This time out, they are in the Scottish highlands, where Grace and…
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The Wages of Sin

Written by Kaite Welsh — The heroines of crime novels come in all shapes and sizes. Police officers, private detectives, doughty mothers and spirited teens, have all earned their places on our ever-more-groaning bookshelves. Time to add another to the fold – meet Sarah Gilchrist, medical…
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