Beeby is a retired BBC Radio 4 producer. She enjoys supporting Leicester
City Football Club and spoiling her five grandchildren.
Books reviewed by Viv Beeby
When you become part of The Chain at first you are the victim, then you are the criminal and then you are the survivor – but could you be the one to break it?
Reviewed on 13 June 2020 by Viv Beeby
Brighton 1963 and a schoolgirl has gone missing from the exclusive private school, Roedean. It looks like she's a runaway but there are disturbing similarities to the disappearances of a young local nurse and a teenage Modette.
Reviewed on 25 April 2020 by Viv Beeby
PI Jackson Brodie stumbles upon some dark and dangerous deeds in the picturesque seaside town he now calls home.
Reviewed on 23 April 2020 by Viv Beeby
Three couples and their children spend one long hot summer in each others' pockets – but even as they make merry an evil presence is infiltrating the party.
Reviewed on 11 April 2020 by Viv Beeby
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
Detective Harry Hole's life is in chaos and when a deranged and vengeful enemy strikes at the very heart of it then Harry must face his darkest hour.
Reviewed on 22 February 2020 by Viv Beeby
Brighton 1963 and a schoolgirl has gone missing from exclusive private school Roedean. It looks like she's a runaway but there are disturbing similarities to the disappearances of a young local nurse and a teenage Modette.
Reviewed on 31 January 2020 by Viv Beeby
The Lafferton Police Force is just about coping with a series of ruthless and meticulously planned robberies. But a possible error of judgement puts Chief Superintendent Simon Serrailller's reputation on the line.
Reviewed on 18 January 2020 by Viv Beeby
In a seedy Islington bedsit the body of Princess Olga Karukhin lies as if in state. Her secret trunk has been wrenched open and its precious contents gone …
Reviewed on 21 December 2019 by Viv Beeby
When the body of a man is found brutally murdered in a wildlife part and tattooed with a letter A, criminal profilers Jan Grall and Rabea Wyler are thrown into a deadly game of cat and mouse.
Reviewed on 30 November 2019 by Viv Beeby