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Hell Bay

Written by Kate Rhodes — Kate Rhodes impressed us back in 2012 with her London-based series featuring psychologist Alice Quentin, but in Hell Bay she opts for a change of scenery and a new cast of characters. After a traumatic stint in London, DI Benesek (Ben)…
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Vortex

Written by Paul D Marks — Vortex is a first-person narrated novella which readers can blast through in a couple of hours. It’s a hardboiled thriller with strong noir overtones, and is about the past – how you can’t change it or the mistakes you’ve made, and how the past changes…
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Then We Take Berlin

Written by John Lawton — Having already penned seven Inspector Troy novels the author, director and screenwriter John Lawton’s latest offering is a thriller that is sure to have any fan of John Le Carré’s Smiley novels gripped. The book opens in Berlin in 1963,…
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Epic Justice

Written by Wayne Epperson — The intrepid, no-nonsense Atlanta bounty hunter Frank Knott rides again. To say that the ex-marine sees things in black and white is to understate Knott’s view of the world. He probably sees black and white as far too indeterminate and…
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The Crooked Beat

Written by Nick Quantrill — Hull. The 1980s. A rough and tumble city in northern England, trying to come to terms with itself as traditional industries fade, and new challenges beckon. Police. Honest coppers and bent coppers. Criminals prepared to laugh at the former and…
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Grave Secrets in Goa

Written by Kathleen McCaul — I cannot resist a mystery novel with an exotic location, and Kathleen McCaul certainly has a good grasp of Indian culture and its tensions, having worked as a journalist in India and the Kashmir region. Even by Indian standards, however,…
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