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This Train by James Grady

James Grady was 23 in 1974 when he wrote is iconic conspiracy novel Six Days of the Condor, in which the sole survivor of a wiped out a covert CIA unit has to figure out who and what is behind the massacre. Reconfigured for the…
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Her Pretty Face

Written by Robyn Harding — Frances Metcalfe is at an all time low. She’s overweight and unhappy, and when her son Marcus, who has ADHD, takes revenge on a classmate by secretly peeing in her water bottle, Frances finds herself ostracised by all the yummy…
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Crazy Rhythm

Written by TW Emory — If you need a break from serial killers and world-at-risk mayhem, TW Emory’s Gunnar Nilson mysteries may be a perfect, lighthearted alternative. Crazy Rhythm is entertaining, engaging, and written with tongue in cheek and a big tip of the grey…
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Burning Bright

Written by Nick Petrie — Nick Petrie’s debut, The Drifter, was our favourite first novel of 2016. So, 2017 starts with a bang for the author with the sequel, Burning Bright, released on 10 January. The book sees the return of is Peter Ash, a veteran Marine…
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Blood and Bone

Written by VM Giambanco — The London-based author introduced us to Detective Alice Madison in The Gift of Darkness in 2013 and followed it with The Dark the following year. Madison is a complex and conflicted woman, who fled an abusive home in her teens…
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Past Crimes

Written by Glen Erik Hamilton — Van Shaw, US Army Ranger veteran, steps off a plane in Seattle drawn back by a note from his estranged grandfather, Dono, 10 years after he suddenly left. He hasn’t heard from Dono or been home since then, undertaking tours…
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Night Blind

Written by Michael W Sherer — On the banks of the River Seine, a priest meets with a discredited French government agent, and hands him a document. Seconds later, the holy man is thrown over the embankment into the swirling waters, his throat cut. Meanwhile,…
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