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‘The Devil’s Dice’ by Roz Watkins You know it’s a good book when you giggle out loud three times during the first chapter. You know ..read more
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‘Little Bones’ by Sam Blake. I really wanted to love this. I’ve wanted to read it for ages: I’ve heard nothing but praise for the ..read more
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I love this title. It makes me think of that film where it appears that the hapless villagers are living in the 1600s and in dire fear of a ..read more
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There are some secrets you should never keep. When widower and single father Andy Boyd meets Anna, he can’t believe his luck. When he ..read more
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Puzzle fans rejoice: DI Manson is on the case. As part of their ongoing mission to revive excellent but neglected authors, Dean Street ..read more
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Are you the person you want to be? While Steve Mosby’s ‘The Nightmare Place’ is primarily a crime thriller focused on the hunt to ..read more
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When a loved one takes their own life, we are stunned. Even if it was expected – and often it isn’t – we wonder how they can have ..read more
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Victorian gothic: possibly my favourite genre. Here, Jess Kidd creates a darkly poetic and watery tale. At it’s heart: Bridie Devine, ..read more
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‘At first I mistook the severed head for something else. It wasn’t until I was very close that I realised it was Lucy.’ I do love an ..read more
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Forensics and psychological profiling are probably my favourite crime fiction elements. Kate Rhodes uses both effectively to create a fast ..read more

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