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The Woman in Blue

Written by Elly Griffiths — Walsingham, deep in rural Norfolk, is a curious place. In Jim Kelly’s Death on Demand, for instance, its religious history attracts both serious Christian pilgrims and obscure extremists. Elly Griffiths uses this unusual setting as well, in her new novel…
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Midnight Sun

Midnight Sun is follows Blood on Snow, and sees another hitman on the run from mobsters. Jon Hansen has escaped Oslo and finds himself hiding out in a tiny community in the far north of Norway where he’s helped by a 10-year-old called Knut and his…
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Midnight Sun

Written by Jo Nesbo, translated by Neil Smith — Well known for his bestselling Harry Hole novels, Jo Nesbo has led his fans down a new avenue of late. Last year’s Blood on Snow was a wonderfully gloomy piece of noir writing, set in the middle of…
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The Killing of Bobbi Lomax

Written by Cal Moriarty — Debut author Cal Moriarty was discovered after taking a course at the Faber Academy, and the publisher now has a fine writer on its hands who can weave a tale full of surprises and twists. Set in the early 1980s, the story begins…
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The Deepening Shade

Written by Jake Hinkson — This book collects many of Hinkson’s short fiction written over the last 20 years – stories that originally appeared in print and online in publications such as Beat to a Pulp, Crime Factory and Fires on the Plain. Previously I have raved about…
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A Journal of Sin

Written by Darryl Donaghue — After a major storm devastates the country, the village of Sunbury finds itself cut off by floodwater and fallen trees. There is no electricity, and no mobile phone masts have survived. As the villagers come out and try to pick up the…
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