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Watching From the Dark

When Aidan Poole logs onto Skype to talk to his girlfriend, he gets a nasty shock. Someone is in the flat with her, but she doesn’t seem to know it. And she’s in danger.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Linda Wilson

Are You Watching?

Jess is out to catch a killer. The only problem is that the killer might catch her first.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Linda Wilson

Kill a Stranger

Matt comes home from a night out with friends to find his girlfriend missing and a dead woman’s body in their bed. The nightmare gets worse when he’s told that Kate will die if he involves the police. To get Kate back, Matt has to do the unthinkable. He has to kill a stranger.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Linda Wilson

Backlash

Bev Saunders wants to be private investigator and has started to take on cases. She sets out to go undercover as a cleaner for a colourful local man of doubtful reputation

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Sylvia Maughan

A Long Way Off

Marc dreams of freedom and abandons his quiet life for a trip with his daughter Anne, but things move in a rather unexpected direction.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Chris Roberts

Bitter Wash Road

Constable Paul Hirschhausen has committed the heinous crime of whistleblowing on corrupt colleagues, and as a reward is posted to a rural backwater where life is a challenge.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Chris Roberts

Your Still Beating Heart

After the death of her husband, Eira Vaughn is adrift. But her life is given new meaning as a result of a chance encounter in Prague.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Chris Roberts

The System

The discovery of a gun used in a shooting leads to the prosecution of two young men, one guilty and the other innocent. The case will change the lives of several people.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by Chris Roberts

Fear for Miss Betony

Former governess Emma Betony is asked to sort out a series of strange happenings at a friend’s struggling girls’ school.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by John Cleal

The Scoundrel Harry Larkyns

A 140-year-old cold case investigation into a true crime of passion – the murder of bon viveur and conman Harry Larkyns by one of the fathers on modern cinema.  

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by John Cleal

The Pottery Cottage Murders

A police manhunt across the snowbound moors. Just one survivor. This is the first definitive account of the horrifying 1977 Pottery Cottage murders that shocked the nation.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by John Cleal

Peaky Blinders: The Legacy

The TV series Peaky Blinders turned the fashionably dressed, charismatic, but deeply flawed Shelby family into cult anti-heroes. Now read the sordid facts behind their criminal legacy.

Reviewed on 16 January 2021 by John Cleal

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