The Summoning by JP Smith

If you like your thrillers to have just a touch of the supernatural then you’ll appreciate what author JP Smith has accomplished in his new psychological thriller, The Summoning. In the nearly 18 years since her husband died on 9/11, Manhattan resident Kit Capriol has…
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Past & Present by Judy Penz Sheluk

A young woman launching a business to help other people find missing family members ends up reconnecting to her own. This is the second in Judy Penz Sheluk’s Marketville Mystery series, set in a small town outside Toronto, and the series establishes a cosy, warm-hearted…
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Lost Touch by David Terruso

Lina Colella has a gift. A gift that is both wonderful and terrible at the same time. By touching objects associated with murder victims, she can sense things about their deaths that are hidden from police experts. One day, she takes a telephone call from…
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The Shut Eye

Gold Dagger winner Belinda Bauer‘s latest novel sees a return for DCI Marvel, first encountered in her 2011 story Darkside. Marvel is a true misanthrope, and thinks that the police force in which he serves is ‘peopled by short men with degrees and vegetarian lesbians’….
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The Shut Eye by Belinda Bauer

Expectations are always high for a new novel from Belinda Bauer, winner of the CWA Gold Dagger for her debut, Blacklands, and the most recent recipient of the Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year (for Rubbernecker). Yet while quality is always assured, you’re…
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War Games by Douglas Jackson

Glen Savage isn’t any ordinary man. For one, he’s a war hero. A veteran of the Falklands War, he’s trained in how to kill and how to survive. He’s come through some harrowing events that now haunt his civilian life. But he’s more than that,…
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