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The Shadow Tracer

On the day her daughter’s school bus is involved in an accident, Sarah Keller’s world comes apart at the scenes, but not for the obvious reasons. Sarah flees the hospital, accused of abducting her own daughter. Pursued by both the FBI and some very nasty criminals, it’s Sarah’s job to keep them both safe.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Linda Wilson

The Cherry Pages

Sam Cooper, chief of police of a small Gulf coast town, doesn’t have a lot to do until an old friend asks him to fill in as bodyguard for the most envied and seductive movie star of the age who has received threatening e-mails. Cooper is delighted with his client and the job – but it soon becomes apparent he faces a very real threat from a maniacal serial killer.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by John Cleal

Murder at Wrotham Hill

The year is 1946. Britain is struggling in post-war austerity. Dagmar Petrzywalski, a middle-aged, gentle, eccentric spinster, is found strangled at the side of a main road in Kent. Britain’s first celebrity policeman, Chief Inspector Robert Fabian – Fabian of the Yard – investigates

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by John Cleal

The Andalucian Friend

Nurse Sophie Brinkmann befriends a patient, Hector Guzmann.  He is charming, urbane and an international drug dealer.  Sophie then finds herself and her family embroiled in a world of violence and murder.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Sylvia Wilson

Monument to Murder

Two sets of skeletal remains are found beneath a sand dune near Bamburgh Castle on the Northumberland coast. It’s a case that couldn’t get much colder, but DCI Kate Daniels is determined to catch the killer.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Linda Wilson

Stone Bruises

Sean is on the run in a stolen car. He eventually ditches the vehicle, but blunders into a man-trap on a lonely French farm. Rescued by the elder of the farmer’s daughters, he realises he has blundered into a realm of dark secrets which at least one of the family is willing to kill to protect.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by John Cleal

Child's Play

DI Sarah Quinn is faced with an unhelpful mother and an interfering TV reporter as she investigates the kidnap of a Birmingham schoolgirl.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

Campbell's Kingdom

A man who has been told he has only a short time to live receives news that he has been left property in Canada.  He refuses to sell it, as his lawyer advises, and decides to emigrate with a view to spending his last days on the property.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Arnold Taylor

A Grave Talent

Newly-promoted homicide cop Kate Martinelli has to earn the trust of a new partner as they investigate the murder of young girls in a remote country area.

Reviewed on 08 February 2014 by Sharon Wheeler

Knife Edge

Robert Naysmith is playing a dangerous game and it’s been made more so by the secret he’s shared with his girlfriend, Kim. Can she live with the knowledge that he’s a killer or will she betray him?

Reviewed on 25 January 2014 by Linda Wilson

Something in the Blood

When Honey Driver is given the job of acting as liaison between the Bath Hotels Association and the local police, she isn’t expecting to get involved in a murder investigation. But it’s certainly more exciting than worrying about washing up and fending off her matchmaking mother.

Reviewed on 25 January 2014 by Linda Wilson

Hard Road

Jon Reznick is a hard man doing a difficult job. When he fails to carry out an assassination, he unwittingly makes his 11-year-old daughter a pawn in a very dangerous game.

Reviewed on 25 January 2014 by Linda Wilson

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