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    Just Murdered

    Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries Peregrine Fisher, niece of the famous Phryne Fisher, is summoned to the Adventurers Club of the Antipodes, a club of […]

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    The Nameless Ones

    To everything there is a dark side, a side people are aware of but seldom, if ever, encounter: then there is the world of sadistic […]

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    You Had It Coming

    Not enough evidence doesn’t mean ‘Not Guilty’; it doesn’t mean a crime hasn’t been committed! When William Newson, skilled lawyer achieves a ‘not guilty’ verdict […]

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    When You Are Mine

    Touted as the best of the best from crime writer Michael Robotham, When you are mine is a standalone thriller that focuses on the dark […]

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    The Devil You Know

    Stories of Human Compassion and Cruelty Sensational headlines in news reports and newspapers have conditioned readers to think of perpetrators of violent crimes as ‘monsters’; […]

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    The Perfect Lie

    How well do we really know the person we trust; what secrets are being kept? What lies are being told? Jo Spain in her latest […]

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    The Shape of Darkness

    Despite 21st century thinking, today many people still try to communicate with the spirit world at séances via mediums.  In the 19th century the public […]

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    Black Widows

    One man with three wives and a life living on a hidden stretch of land in Utah, made perfect sense to Blake Nelson; his wives […]

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    The Nothing Man

    A serial rapist and murder is called The Nothing Man not only because he leaves no physical evidence behind but also because nothing distinguishes him […]

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    Lightseekers

    Generally crime fiction narratives develop around the notion ‘Who’; however this is not the case with ‘Light Seekers’. Being greatly affected by ‘Aluu Four’; the […]

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    Later

    The cover of Later looks like the front cover of a cheap novel or pot boiler of the 1950’s and ‘60’s, but the storyline is […]

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    The Shaman

    Roland Perry is a prolific author who wanders across a vast spectrum of literature; fiction, non-fiction and documentary film writing, so when a book such […]

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    The Devils You Know

    Vincent has landed what he considers a dream job based in Santa Barbara, working as security for Eugene Lamar. He considers that life driving the […]

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    Shiver

    Shiver is a modern take on the timeless classic And Then There Were None from Agatha Christie, laced with the uncertainly of who done it […]

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    The Frenchman

    Based on firsthand knowledge from former French spy ‘Jack Beaumont’, his debut novel  The Frenchman is a fast paced, minutely detailed, chilling thriller of a […]

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    Crackenback

    DS Pierce Ryder is back in his second Crime fiction novel from Lee Christine, Crackenback, set in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales; the […]

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    Dead and Gone

    Peter “Macca’ Westerholme, publican and Vietnam vet, is murdered and deposited in the hotel skip. Judi, a feisty, fiery and forthright young woman, his employee […]

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    Witness

    Louise Milligan is no stranger to the Courts of Law; as a journalist she was for a time a court reporter, then she did a […]

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    Hideout

    Timothy Blake is back, not surprisingly as this seriously abstract character, morphing from the darkest regions of Jack Heath’s mind, has captured the imagination of […]

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    Death in Daylesford

    After a mysterious invitation arrives from a certain Captain Herbert Spencer, whom runs a spa for shell shocked soldiers of the First World War arrives […]

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