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Redemption

Written by David Baldacci — He’s sold over 130 million books, yet to date David Baldacci has been off this reviewer’s radar. Time to change that, but is it wise to start the acquaintance by jumping in at book five of an established series? Thankfully,…
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Beg for Mercy

Written by Keith Nixon — Followers of Keith Nixon’s Solomon Gray series have had something of a love/hate relationship with the Kent copper. But we’re at book three now and Gray has certainly mellowed since that spiky first acquaintance in Dig Two Graves. Maybe his…
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A Coin for the Hangman

Written by Ralph Spurrier — It’s a curious thing for an author to make himself a character in his own book, and proves slightly unnerving to start with. However, the fictional version of Ralph Spurrier does not detain us for too long. A book dealer, in the story he buys a…
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Last Words

Written by Michael Koryta — Mark Novak works as a principal investigator for Innocence Incorporated, a Florida law firm whose mission statement is to take on pro-bono death row cases where they feel there has been a miscarriage of justice. How much longer he’ll work…
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An Appetite for Murder

Written by Linda Stratmann — Private detective Frances Doughty first arrived in our bookshops in April 2011 in The Poisonous Seed. Set in 1880, the teenage sleuth embarked on her maiden case when one of her father’s wealthy customers died after drinking medicine he dispensed….
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Let it Burn

Written by Steve Hamilton — Steve Hamilton returns again to the frozen landscape of Paradise, Michigan, for his eighth novel featuring sometime PI Alex McKnight. McKnight used to be a police officer working the mean streets of Detroit, but he left after getting injured in…
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