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Can Anybody Help Me?

Yvonne is struggling after the birth of her first child. She’s moved to Dublin because of her husband’s job and hasn’t yet built up a support network, so instead, she turns to an internet site for help. But not everyone on there is all they seem.

Reviewed on 20 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

Cracked

Meda’s on her own now her mum’s dead, but she still does her best to live up to the values her mum instilled in her. But it can be hard at times, especially the bit about not eating people’s souls.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

That Dark Remembered Day

When Stephen is told his mother isn’t well, he knows he has to face up to his past and return to the village where he grew up, but he dreads going back. The past is something he simply doesn’t want to have to deal with, but that isn’t an option any more.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Bone Seeker

The murder of a young Inuit girl uncovers menacing secrets and cover-ups from the past in the High Arctic

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

The Death Trade

Sean Dillon, former IRA enforcer-turned-member of the security service, has to find a way of getting to a Iranian nuclear scientist before al-Qaeda do.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Edge Of Normal

Recovering kidnap survivor Reeve LeClaire is asked to help a young girl rescued from a similar situation and unintentionally becomes involved in the hunt for a vicious sexual predator who may be holding other girls captive.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by John Cleal

The Final Silence

When Rea Carlisle forces open a locked door in the house of her dead uncle, she finds a scrapbook with a difference, not full of family photos, but of things like fingernails and hair, mementos of his victims.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Ghost Riders of Ordebec

Paris police Commissaire Adamsberg and his team visit rural Ordebec where a girl’s visions of a medieval hoard presage four deaths.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Chris Roberts

The Mangle Street Murders

Noted ‘personal’ detective Sidney Grice begrudgingly accepts help from his ward March Middleton to solve a series of brutal knife murders which are terrifying the East End of Victorian London.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by John Cleal

The Queen's Man

John Shakespeare is ordered to investigate a plot to free Mary, Queen of Scots, but discovers its roots go deep into his native Warwickshire and threaten his own family. How far will he go to protect them?

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by John Cleal

The Silkworm

PI Cormoran Strike gets caught up in London’s literary community when he investigates the disappearance of an unpopular writer.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

A Nasty Piece of Work

Lemuel Gunn has been forcibly retired by the CIA and is seeking to make a living as a private detective. Enter the alluring Ornella Neppi who asks him to locate a man called Emilio Gava, a drug dealer who she suspects is about to jump the $125,000 bail posted by her uncle. Needing the money and sexually attracted to her, he agrees.

Reviewed on 06 September 2014 by Arnold Taylor

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