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Madman Walking – L. F. Robertson

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Robertson’s second book and just like the first it didn’t disappoint. We follow Janet Moodie as she takes on another death row case where the accused may actually be innocent. Howard Henley has been jailed for arranging the shooting… Continue reading Madman Walking – L. F. Robertson

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Now You See Her – Heidi Perks

I received a free e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Charlotte is Harriet’s best friend, in fact she is Harriet’s only friend. They meet up and talk predominantly about Charlotte’s estranged husband while Harriet sits, listens and offers her own advice every now and then. Nobody seems to get their friendship… Continue reading Now You See Her – Heidi Perks

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Edge of Darkness – Karen Rose

As always Rose’s book hits the ground running with a young man, Andy tied up and forced into an unwinnable situation. Coerced into trying to take the life of Dr Meredith Fallon he ends up dead as he is unable to follow through with the act. With one of their own friends in the firing… Continue reading Edge of Darkness – Karen Rose

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Monster in the Closet – Karen Rose

We finally go back to Baltimore in this fast paced, gripping thriller by Karen Rose. Taylor is interning on Daphne Montgomery-Carter’s equine therapy ranch so that she can spy on Clay Maynard, the head of security. As Taylor begins her digging she soon realises that Clay’s family encompasses more than his wife and step-daughter, there… Continue reading Monster in the Closet – Karen Rose

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Arrowood – Mick Finlay

He’s the man you go to when you can’t afford Sherlock Holmes. He’s the man you go to when no one else will listen. He’s named Arrowood, and he wants to be paid. Set in Victorian London Arrowood is meant to be the alternative to Sherlock Holmes. Instead of relying on facts and deducting conclusions,… Continue reading Arrowood – Mick Finlay

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Every Dark Corner – Karen Rose

The latest instalment in Rose’s multiple city romance genre series following Decker, an undercover agent who wakes from a coma after being shot to find Special Agent Kate Coppola leaning over him. Cue a chase to locate a child kidnapper who films child pornography, all the while they try to deal with their pasts and… Continue reading Every Dark Corner – Karen Rose

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Two Lost Boys – L.F. Robertson

  I received this book from the publisher for an honest review. A debut novel which follows the final case for Janet Moodie, a death row appeals attorney who is looking to reduce the sentence of a man who raped and killed two women. Living a secluded life in the country with her dog for… Continue reading Two Lost Boys – L.F. Robertson

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One of Us is Lying – Karen M.McManus

I received this book for an honest review from Netgalley. Five students walk into detention but only four walk out alive, the big questions that begins to dominate their lives are, was one of them involved? And how much motive does a person need to commit murder? A book that gripped me from start to… Continue reading One of Us is Lying – Karen M.McManus

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A Room Full of Killers – Michael Wood

  I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review. The third instalment to DCI Matilda Darke's story as she and her team hunt for a killer in a youth offenders centre housing some of the most dangerous child killers. Haunted by the case of her career she must try to hold it together… Continue reading A Room Full of Killers – Michael Wood

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Rivers of London – Ben Aaronovitch

A London detective story with a supernatural twist; Peter Grant is a probationary constable about to get his posting within the Metropolitan police force when he encounters an apparent ghost while guarding a crime scene. When back at the station he is assigned to the “Case Progression Unit” where his primary job will be to… Continue reading Rivers of London – Ben Aaronovitch