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Haven't They Grown

Beth Leeson sees an old friend whom she has not seen for 12 years. Her friend has aged appropriately, but her children appear not to have aged at all. Is Beth mistaken about what she saw?

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Sylvia Maughan

Lake Child

Eva Olsen cannot remember much about the last year of her life and is horrified that her parents are keeping her locked in an attic room with no contact with her old friends. And her parents are behaving oddly.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Barnbrook

The Man in the Woods

There is a creepy man in the woods; a bad man with the face of a skull. And it you don't watch out he's coming to get you …

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Viv Beeby

Forget Me

Hannah wants to know the secret her husband can’t remember, whatever the cost.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Stranger Game

Rebecca’s boyfriend is missing. But she is unsure if he is licking his wounds, or if has he become another victim of an increasingly dangerous game sweeping Los Angeles and beyond.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Cabin

Chief Inspector William Wisting is assigned to lead a top-secret investigation into the life of a recently deceased controversial politician. When he finds boxes full of foreign currency in his cabin, he also manages to unearth possible links to two 15-year-old cold cases, one of them of a missing young man.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Ewa Sherman

The Stranger

MI6 agent Jude Lyon must deal with past events which threaten the credibility of his agency – and a terrifying new threat to the whole of the British establishment.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Cleal

Wild Dog

Retired actress Lise persuades her producer husband to holiday in the wild hills of the Causse de Limogne. He must come to terms with his fear of nature and rediscover the basic instincts common to both man and animal.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Cleal

Kiss the Girls and Make Them Cry

Investigative journalist Gina Kane receives an email describing the abuse of a woman by a well-known figure at a television news network that’s on the verge of a multi-billion dollar stock market flotation.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Cleal

Corrupt Bodies

When the author becomes superintendent of Southwark mortuary, he walks into a corrupt world of sales of body parts, theft, bribery and kickbacks.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Cleal

Bone China

Nurse-companion Hester Why flees London for a position at the lonely Morvoren House on a desolate Cornish clifftop where she finds herself faced with a dark and dangerous situation linked to events of 40 years before.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by John Cleal

The Night of Shooting Stars

Lieutenant-Colonel Martin von Bora is in Berlin in July 1944, directed to investigate the murder of a prominent clairvoyant, but the rumours of political conspiracy suggest that Bora himself is at risk.

Reviewed on 19 September 2020 by Chris Roberts

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