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The Devil and The River

When John Gaines is called to the discovery of a girl’s body on the riverside of the small Mississippi town of which he is sheriff, he stumbles into a nightmare of murder, violence, corruption and superstition.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by John Cleal

The Garden of Burning Sand

When a young girl is raped, human rights lawyer Zoe Fleming is involved in the prosecution of a man with powerful connections.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Chris Roberts

The Late Monsieur Gallet

A very ordinary man is killed by an unknown assailant at a hotel in the wine-growing village of Sancerre. There is no apparent motive and the information that Maigret begins to gather serves only to make the case more mysterious.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Arnold Taylor

The Paris Winter

It is 1909 and Maud Heighton has left provincial Darlington and moved to Paris in order to learn to paint at Lafond’s famous Academy. However, she finds herself short of money and almost starving and is grateful when she is given an opportunity to earn money as companion to a young, beautiful girl.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Arnold Taylor

The Shadow Collector

Lilith Benley has served 18 years in prison for the murder of two teenagers although she still protests her innocence. When a woman is found murdered nearby, it seems like the past isn’t going to stay buried.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Witness

As a teenager, Abigail was witness to a brutal mafia double murder and the killing of two US marshals. She has been on the run from the killers for twelve years. Now she believes she is finally safe and has settled in a small town in the Ozarks. Then she meets the local chief of police – and her whole life changes.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by John Cleal

Dark Side

Part-time crime fighters Ingrid Langley and Patrick Gillard steam into action when their boss and a cop friend seem to be the target of revenge attacks.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

Laidlaw

Glasgow DI Jack Laidlaw hunts for the killer of a young woman – but it's touch and go as to whether he finds the murderer before those hell-bent on revenge do.

Reviewed on 05 April 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

Last to Die

The families of children, already no strangers to violence, are being targeted and killed. Can a remote boarding school in the Maine wilderness provide a safe haven or will it prove to be just another hunting ground?

Reviewed on 22 March 2014 by Linda Wilson

Thirteen

Most boys can expect a present of some sort when they turn 14, but in Adam’s case he’ll be lucky to be still alive. The People, and their sinister leader, Coron, are after Adam, and they’re very ruthless indeed.

Reviewed on 22 March 2014 by Linda Wilson

Never Coming Back

A family go missing under unusual circumstances, disappearing from their family home as though they’ve simply vanished in mid air. Private investigator David Raker is determined to find out what’s happened to them and why.

Reviewed on 22 March 2014 by Linda Wilson

A Song for the Dying

Former Detective Inspector Ash Henderson is still in prison for the murder of his brother, a crime he didn’t commit, but a killer from his past has stuck again, and Ash’s particular brand of skills are needed on the outside. But can he stay out of the clutches of the vengeful Mrs Kerrigan?

Reviewed on 22 March 2014 by Linda Wilson

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