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Sweetfreak

Carey’s best friend is receiving nasty messages from someone calling themselves SweetFreak. When Carey is accused of being the perpetrator, she’s determined to prove her innocence, but the evidence is against her.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Linda Wilson

Blind Defence

Barrister William Benson defends a man accused of the murder of his partner and finds the case extends beyond simple domestic strife to organised criminal activity.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Chris Roberts

Murder at the Grand Raj Palace

Retired police inspector Ashwin Chopra takes on the case of a man found dead in the Grand Raj Palace hotel, while his wife Poppy is kept busy seeking a reluctant bride.
 

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Chris Roberts

A Lesson in Violence

An 11-year-old girl is unexpectedly reunited with her father, but this is only the beginning for them.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by John Cleal

Miss Kopp's Midnight Confessions

Constance Kopp, New Jersey’s only female deputy sheriff, faces new challenges as America prepares to enter the first world war.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by John Cleal

Zen and the Art of Murder

An injured Japanese monk appears in a small Black Forest village. Tracking the man leads Chief Inspector Louise Boni to an international child sex and smuggling ring.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by John Cleal

Star of the North

A young black Korean-American woman disappears without trace from a South Korean island. Her twin sister refuses to believe she may be dead and is herself later recruited by the CIA to find the truth and go undercover into the world’s most secretive state.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by John Cleal

Certain Signs That You Are Dead

A badly injured patient vanishes at Akershus University Hospital. The Iranian porter Arash is blamed as he later finds the body in the basement. But as the retired pathologist Jenny Plåterud gets involved, things get messier and more complicated.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Ewa Sherman

Earth Storm

Detective Malin Fors investigates cases of two opposing voices: murder of a right-wing extremist and a missing left-wing teenage activist, connected through words and actions, and as soon becomes apparent, also though the mysterious person who made them suffer.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Ewa Sherman

A Stranger in the House

Karen drives her car into a lamppost, late at night, in a seedy part of town, but she cannot remember why she was there. The police are suspicious, her husband disbelieving, and her best friend is behaving oddly.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by John Barnbrook

The Orphans

Two small children on a beach in North Goa wait for their parents to return. That was 25 year ago. They are still waiting.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Woman Before Me

Ruth Wilks lives inside a prison inside a prison for the manslaughter of a baby she loved like her own. Cate holds the key to open one door, but only Rose has the key for the other.

Reviewed on 26 May 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

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