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Friday Read

Lie to Me

C. J. Cooper’s debut novel, The Book Club, was a runaway bestseller last year, which remained in Amazon’s Top 100 books charts for many, many months! Now we’re delighted to be publishing her new novel, […]

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The Night They Vanished

With her previous two thrillers Vanessa Savage has established a reputation for creating superbly creepy novels with distinctly Gothic overtones and characters you never want to part company with. Hanna and Sasha, the protagonists of […]

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Requiem in La Rossa

Yesterday was the publication day of Tom Benjamin’s third English PI  Daniel Leicester outing, Requiem in La Rossa. Having explored traditional Italian themes in his first two books (anarchy in A Quiet Death in Italy […]

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The Bangalore Detectives Club

Spring is here, and with it the tease of summer – and that niggling desire to escape somewhere new. The Bangalore Detectives Club is exactly the book to escape into; set in 1920s Bangalore, this is the […]

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The Beach House

If you’ve got to the point in the year where you’re desperate for a holiday, but only have armchair travel at your disposal, then let yourself be transported to the beautiful Pacific Northwest in Beverley […]

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Hidden Lies

Rachel Ryan is an author that we’re extremely excited to launch this year. Hidden Lies is her debut novel and it’s a stunning psychological thriller that ‘looks set to see her join the ranks of […]

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A Wake of Crows

This week we celebrate the publication of A Wake of Crows by debut author Kate Evans.  It’s the first in a series; a police procedural set in Scarborough, a place Kate knows well as not […]

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In Deep Water

Richard and Judy book club favourite, Cristobel Kent, knows just how to hook you into a nail-biting thriller, and I could not put her newest title down. Set on a remote Greek island, In Deep […]

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The Empty Room

This week we published The Empty Room by Brian McGilloway.  This is neither a Ben Devlin or Lucy Black continuation but as with The Last Crossing which won a Highly Commended Theakston’s Award last year, […]

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Echo of the Dead

If you’re looking for a chilling edge-of-your-seat thriller to read over the weekend, you can’t do any better than Alex Gray’s latest instalment of her DSI William Lorimer series. After a turbulent few years I […]

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Death of a Green Eyed Monster

Yesterday, after a four year wait, we published Death of a Green Eyed Monster, the latest Hamish Macbeth mystery from M C Beaton.  Of course, we all know Marion – M C Beaton – passed […]

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Twelve Secrets

Twelve Secrets is a thriller I defy anyone not to gobble up in one big gulp. When I got the manuscript on submission I read it in a single afternoon. I’ve now read it more times […]

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