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Review: A Litter of Bones by J.D. Kirk

Book release date: 15 April 2019 Book blurb: Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made? Ten years ago, DCI Jack Logan stopped the serial child-killer dubbed ‘Mister Whisper,’ earning himself a commendation, a drinking problem, and a broken marriage in the process. Now, he spends his days working inContinue reading “Review: A Litter of Bones by J.D. Kirk”

Review: The Other Side of Night by Adam Hamby

Book release date: 15 September 2022 Book blurb: When disgraced former police officer Harriet Kealty discovers a plea for help in the margins of a second-hand book, she sets out to unravel a mystery that quickly leads her to confront some uncomfortable ties to her own life, including her ex-lover Ben. Following the deaths ofContinue reading “Review: The Other Side of Night by Adam Hamby”

Review: The Skeleton Key by Erin Kelly

Book release date: 1 September 2022 Book blurb: Summer, 2021. Nell has come home at her family’s insistence to celebrate an anniversary. Fifty years ago, her father wrote The Golden Bones. Part picture book, part treasure hunt, Sir Frank Churcher created a fairy story about Elinore, a murdered woman whose skeleton was scattered all overContinue reading “Review: The Skeleton Key by Erin Kelly”

Review: The Accomplice by Steve Cavanagh

Book release date: 21 July 2022 (hardback and ebook) Book blurb: THE MOST HATED WOMAN IN AMERICA The Sandman killings have been solved. Daniel Miller murdered fourteen people before he vanished. His wife, Carrie, now faces trial as his accomplice. The FBI, the District Attorney, the media and everyone in America believe she knew andContinue reading “Review: The Accomplice by Steve Cavanagh”

Review: The Cliff House by Chris Brookmyre

Book release date: 28 July 2022 Book blurb: One hen weekend, seven secrets… but only one worth killing for Jen’s hen party is going to be out of control… She’s rented a luxury getaway on its own private island. The helicopter won’t be back for seventy-two hours. They are alone. They think. As well asContinue reading “Review: The Cliff House by Chris Brookmyre”

Review: Listen to Me by Tess Gerritsen

Book release date: 7 July 2022 Book blurb: The murder of Sofia Suarez is both gruesome and seemingly senseless. Why would anyone target a respected nurse who was well-liked by her friends and her neighbours? As Detective Jane Rizzoli and Forensic Pathologist Maura Isles investigate the baffling case, they discover that Sofia was guarding aContinue reading “Review: Listen to Me by Tess Gerritsen”

Review: Deep Water by Emma Bamford

Book release date: 7 July 2022 Book blurb: Lies can be buried… Secrets always come to the surface Amarante is paradise… An uninhabited, unspoilt island somewhere in the Indian Ocean. Only those who know it exists can find it. But paradise comes with a price… Virginie and Jake sail to Amarante for their honeymoon, butContinue reading “Review: Deep Water by Emma Bamford”

Review: Confidence by Denise Mina

Book release date: 7 July 2022 Book blurb: When amateur film-maker Lisa Lee vanishes from a Scottish seaside town, journalists Anna and Fin find themselves at the centre of an internet frenzy to find her. But she may not be the hapless victim everyone thinks she is. The last film she made showed her breakingContinue reading “Review: Confidence by Denise Mina”

Review: Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow

Book release date: 28 June 2022 Book blurb: Paradise can be deadly … Luca Laine Thomas lives in Parris, a beautiful island plagued by the unsolved deaths of young women – most significantly, Luca’s best friend. All Luca wants is to heal from the traumatic loss and leave her feelings of guilt and helplessness behind.Continue reading “Review: Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow”

Review: One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke

Book release date: 26 May 2022 Book blurb: We were dying for a holiday . . . The six of us arrived on that beautiful Greek island dreaming of sun-drenched beaches and blood orange sunsets, ready to lose ourselves in the wild freedom of a weekend away with friends. On the first night we swamContinue reading “Review: One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke”