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    The Art of Dying

    This most enjoyable Historical Fiction, The Art of Dying, is written by a husband and wife team, under the pseudonym of Ambrose Parry. Chris Brookmyre […]

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    Silver

    Chris Hammers first work of fiction, Scrublands, burst onto the literary scene is a fast and furious manner hitting the best seller list after only […]

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    The Dirty Dozen

    Returning in her fifth book, Jane Tennison has become the first female detective to be posted to the Flying Squad, a position she has worked […]

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    Where the Dead Go

    As with her two previous books, Sarah Bailey has written a tightly woven murder mystery in Where The Dead Go. There are many twists and […]

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    The Chain

    Adrian McKinty is at the top of his genre with his riveting, if not slightly terrifying crime thriller The Chain, based on and around the […]

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    The Night Dragon

    Why did it take over 40 years for the murderers of Barbara McCulkin and her daughters to be convicted? Matthew Condon in his book ‘The […]

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    Widows’ Revenge

    Following on from Widows, originally published in 1983, Widows Revenge takes things one step further when the three women, Dolly Rawlins, who husband was a […]

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    Without a Doubt

    Dave Burrows takes a retrospective look back to Barrabine and his time spent there as a young Detective working his way to up to a […]

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    The Promised Land

    Kathy Kolla has been newly promoted to Detective Chief Inspector on the retirement of her former partner and adversary, David Brock when a series of […]

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