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Follow the Dead

Written by Lin Anderson — Even latecomers to this series featuring forensic scientist Dr Rhona MacLeod will be captivated by the landscape of the Scottish Highlands and the opinionated and lively characters. Follow the Dead opens in a blizzard, on Hogmanay, up in the Cairngorms. This…
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Epiphany Jones

Written by Michael Grothaus — Epiphany has a mutilated ear, hair as dark as a raven’s wing and hears voices from God, telling her what to do next. Jerry is incredibly lonely, addicted to celebrity porn sites and never quite sure what is real and what…
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His Night Begins

Written by N Murali — Nothing hits the spot quite like a quick and brutal hardboiled novella, especially when it’s one that takes us on a journey to a new, dark and seedy city. Images of India we see in the West are dominated by…
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Talking to the Dead

Talking to the Dead by Harry Bingham was chosen as the number one crime book of 2012 by our contributor David Prestidge. “This was so far ahead of the field in my estimation that had it been in an under-12s rugby game, they would have…
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Off the Grid/Two Evils

Written by PJ Tracy — Back in 2003, the mother-daughter writing team PJ Tracy appeared with Monkeewrench, published as Want to Play? in the UK. This innovative crime thriller introduced the world to Grace MacBride and the computer programming team at the software developer Monkeewrench….
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The Storm Without

Written by Tony Black — ‘Irvine Welsh’s favourite British crime writer.’ That is one hell of plaudit to live up to, but Tony Black has proven time and again that he is fully deserving of it. He’s a writer with an unflinching eye for brutality,…
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Talking to the Dead

Written by Harry Bingham — DC Fiona Griffiths is a complete oddity in the ranks of the South Wales Police. She studied philosophy at Cambridge, neither smokes nor drinks, has a father with a distinctly criminal background and appears to be like a fish out…
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Interview: Danielle Ramsay

Danielle Ramsay is the author of the Jack Brady novels, set in the north eastern seaside resort of Whitley Bay. The first instalment, Broken Silence, was a dark and gritty journey into the corrupt heart of the town. A harrowing read, it introduced the world…
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