Review Archive

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Under Occupation

Spying and subterfuge in occupied Paris inspired by the true story of Polish prisoners in Nazi Germany, who smuggled intelligence to Britain through the French resistance.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by John Cleal

The Boy in the Headlights

Detectives Holger Munch and Mia Krüger are in search of a serial killer who targets random ordinary people. The pair struggle to predicts his next move but must deal with their own demons to stop the murders.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Ewa Sherman

A Grave for Two

High-flying lawyer Selma Falck has lost everything because of her former client Jan Morell, and her own recklessness. Now Morell wants her to clear the name of his daughter Hege, an elite cross-country skier accused of doping. Selma has no choice but to search for the truth.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Ewa Sherman

Leave No Trace

The reappearance of Lucas Blackthorn, who has been missing for ten years, could be the death of speech therapist Maya Stark.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Kati Barr-Taylor

The Nowhere Child

The stranger is just about to rewrite history – Kim’s history. And her entire life.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Kati Barr-Taylor

Come a Little Closer

Is Anton a callous murderer or was he wrongly convicted? And is his friendship with his young neighbour Leah genuine or something altogether more sinister?

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Viv Beeby

Say You're Sorry

Daisy, a young woman, is attacked in the street, but fights the attacker off. Others are not so lucky.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Sylvia Maughan

The Lantern Men

Dr Ruth Galloway has a new job and a new life in Cambridge. But a murderer’s confession drags her back to north Norfolk to work again with DCI Harry Nelson, the father of her young daughter.

Reviewed on 14 March 2020 by Sharon Wheeler

The Girl Without Skin

The discovery of a mummified body on the edge of an ice sheet in Greenland leads to the re-opening of an unsolved case from the 1970s. Danish journalist Matthew Cave and a young woman released from prison after serving a sentence for killing her family delve into the shocking and brutal past.

Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Ewa Sherman

The Whisper Man

Tom Kennedy and his young son Jake are making a fresh start away from the grief associated with the house where Tom’s wife died. Tom doesn’t expect to be plunged into another nightmare when Featherbank proves not to be the safe haven he’s expected for a boy of Jake’s age.

Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Linda Wilson

Trouble in New York

Jamie Creedon doesn’t just want to deliver the news, he wants to write about it, and not only in his school newspaper. When he gets the chance to visit the offices of the Morning Yorker, he doesn’t realise quite how dangerous his life is about to become.

Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Linda Wilson

Action at a Distance

The death of an old friend takes both Nightingale and Peter Grant on a trip down memory lane.

Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Linda Wilson

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