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Trust No One

Jerry Grey, a successful author of crime fiction, has been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimers. Now that he has trouble remembering, he has apparently started to confess to the murders from his novels. Other women are being murdered too.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by John Barnbrook

Berlin: The Downfall

The story of the Red Army’s capture of the German capital in World War II’s final stages.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by John Cleal

No Shame

Seventeen-year-old Stacey was raped, and she’s determined to see her attacker brought to justice, but there’s no guarantee that she’ll be the one the jury believes.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Linda Wilson

The Killing Connection

No one knows the woman found dead on the rocks in St Andrews, and DCI Andy Gilchrist senses this will be a complicated murder case.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

Dancing on the Grave

A sniper is operating on the Cumbrian fells. CSI Grace McColl and DC Nick Weston must track him down before the death toll rises even further.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Linda Wilson

Five Days That Shocked the World

First-person accounts of the famous, soon-to-be-famous and the unknowns who lived through the dramatic days from April 28 to May 2 1945, covering the deaths of the Fascist dictators Mussolini and Hitler, the fall of Berlin and the end of the six-year war.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by John Cleal

The President is Missing

The United States faces a terrorist threat, and it is up to the President himself to stop it.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Arnold Taylor

The Other Wife

Psychologist Joe O’Loughlin is called to St Mary’s hospital in London where his eminent surgeon father William is in a coma after a vicious attack. But the crying woman by the bedside, who introduces herself as William’s wife, isn’t Joe’s mother and he’s never seen her before.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Sharon Wheeler

Two Kinds of Truth

Harry Bosch must go undercover to expose a ruthless drugs gang as well as fighting to protect his own reputation.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Linda Wilson

Black Water

Ten-year-old Jig is recruited into a vicious Dublin street gang. Undercover Garda Shay seeks to save the boy, but puts his own family at risk.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by John Cleal

The Walls

Kristy Tucker loved Lance once. Now, her only way to stop the fear is with his murder.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Execution of Justice

A man of substance walks into a restaurant, shoots a man dead, and strolls out. He is convicted of the crime, but then hires a lawyer to establish his innocence.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Chris Roberts

The Anthill Murders

1972. A serial killer is hunting young women in Oslo. He strangles them and leaves a cut-out picture of an ant by each body. Brilliant Inspector Kolbjørn Kristiansen fears that he won’t be able to catch the murderer.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Ewa Sherman

The Outsider

An 11-year-old boy is found murdered and mutilated in the small town of Flint City. All the evidence points to Little League Coach Terry Maitland. But there’s as much evidence that he was out of town as there is placing him at the crime scene. How he can be in two places at once?

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Madeleine Marsh

Shadow Man

When TV presenter Morven Murray is found brutally murdered on the eve of her wedding, it’s up to DI Lukas Mahler to find her killer.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Linda Wilson

Down the River Unto the Sea

Joe King Oliver is a New York PI still coming to terms with being ousted from the NYPD is invited to help a black radical accused of killing two crooked police detectives.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Chris Roberts

Paper Ghosts

Carl Feldman may be her sister’s killer. And the game she is about to play may make him her killer too.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

Escape and Evasion

Joseph Ashcroft steals £1.34 billion from the bank where he works and distributes it to numerous strangers worldwide. Then he goes on the run

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Chris Roberts

Hydra

Investigative journalist Scott King delves into a family massacre, told by the killer and five witnesses, through six podcasts.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Ewa Sherman

The Kremlin's Candidate

Double agent Dominika Egorova will lose her love and her life unless she can uncover a Russian mole who may become America’s most senior intelligence operative.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by John Cleal