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Number 7, Rue Jacob

Written by Wendy Hornsby – Although Wendy Hornsby’s last mystery featuring documentary filmmaker Maggie MacGowen appeared several years ago, it’s clear that Hornsby – and Maggie – haven’t been sitting out the tectonic changes in our digitally connected world. As a result, she’s created a…
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The Photographer

Written by Craig Robertson — Some book titles are a little off-putting, some are even a trifle dull, while others may seem a bit cryptic. Craig Robertson’s The Photographer has an eye-catching cover that reminded me of movie posters of the 1960s and 70s. And,…
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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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The Intrusions

Written by Stav Sherez — Madison Carter is in hysterics in the Bayswater police station as she reports the abduction of her friend Anna Becker. Initially, DS Geneva Miller isn’t sure whether to believe her. Madison is rambling and clearly on narcotics, but something Madison says piques Miller’s interest…
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Watch You Die

When Darcy Mayhew picks up the phone while making dinner, her life is turned upside down. Her husband Hugo has been in an accident and now he is dead. Nearly two years later she has moved with her son Nat from Martha’s Vineyard to Brooklyn,…
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The Burning Air

Written by Erin Kelly — The Poison Tree was a remarkable debut, a very English psychological suspense novel about an outsider enchanted by glamorous new friends. It was adapted for television in the UK and Erin Kelly showed an equally sure touch with her next…
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CIS: Revisiting Mr Ripley

Classics in September — “I always thought it would be better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody.” – Tom Ripley. Okay, so Anthony Minghella put those words into Ripley’s mouth for the 1999 film adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Talented Mr…
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Killing Cupid

Written by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards — When newbie evening class tutor and sometime author Siobhan McGowan takes her first session, she little realises that she’s started a new chapter in her life that’s never likely to have a happy ending. Siobhan’s fleeting taste…
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