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CIS: The Devil at Saxon Wall

Written by Gladys Mitchell — First published by Grayson & Grayson in 1935, The Devil at Saxon Wall was the sixth book in Gladys Mitchell’s Mrs Bradley Mysteries. Beatrice Adelaide Lestrange Bradley made her debut in the 1929 novel, Speedy Death, and made a total…
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The Sun Is God

Written by Adrian McKinty — Adrian McKinty has made his name with three crime trilogies, the latest of which featured Catholic cop Sean Duffy in the midst of sectarian turmoil in 1980s Belfast. So, The Sun is God is a bit of a departure. Here…
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The Wolf in Winter

Written by John Connolly — The village of Prosperous, Maine, is aptly named. Everyone is comfortably well-off. Folk in Prosperous look after one another, but they are remarkably tolerant, too – not always a defining characteristic of isolated Maine settlements. Just outside the village is…
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The Magus of Hay

Written by Phil Rickman — This is the 12th in the series featuring Rev Merrily Watkins, the Diocesan Deliverance Consultant (or exorcist, as she would have been called in less enlightened times) for Hereford. When an old man called David Hambling is found dead in…
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Cass Neary exists on the edge of society. She received critical acclaim for her book of photography Dead Girls early on in life but after splitting with her muse and lover Quinn O’Boyle, she has been drifting. She’s now into early middle age and is…
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Written by Elizabeth Hand — This is the second Cass Neary thriller, following on from Generation Loss. Not having read that book didn’t prevent me in any way from enjoying this latest one. Cass Neary exists on the edge of society. She received critical acclaim…
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