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Crime/Thriller

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Blood Song by Johana Gustawsson
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , , .

‘Although the characters who live and die in these pages are the figment of my writerly imagination, the experiences they endure are rooted in the terrible truth of a dark,...

REWIND by Catherine Ryan Howard
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‘A moment’s delay. Then a frenzy of motion. The woman’s eyes open. Her body rises, head and shoulders lifting from the pillows, legs rising beneath the sheets. She opens her...

In the Absence of Miracles by Michael J Malone
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‘And in the absence of truth, in the absence of a miracle, we turn to prayer. And to violence…’  In the Absence of Miracles is the latest novel from prize-winning poet...

The Furies by Katie Lowe
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

In 1998, a sixteen year old girl is found on a swing, her ankles delicately crossed and her body frozen forever in a position of beauty and innocence. That morning...

I Confess by Alex Barclay
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I Confess is the latest novel from Irish writer and bestselling author, Alex Barclay. It is published with Harper Collins Ireland. I Confess is a standalone psychological thriller and is described as ‘addictive...

The Guilty Mother by Diane Jeffrey
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The Guilty Mother is the latest book by Diane Jeffrey and has just been published in digital format with HQ Digital, with the paperback due in October 2019. Described as a ‘chilling...

Take It Back by Kia Abdullah
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Take your place on the jury. Who will you find guilty?’  Take it Back is a novel by Kia Abdullah, author, journalist and travel writer. Published with HQ Stories it is...

The Most Difficult Thing by Charlotte Philby
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‘HOW DO YOU KNOW WHO’S ON YOUR SIDE IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHOSE SIDE YOU’RE ON?’  The Most Difficult Thing is the debut novel from Charlotte Philby and was published in...

Looker by Laura Simms
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , , .

In a chilling, suffocating style Laura Sims carves a credible character in The Professor. Her life in a sophisticated apartment building with an attractive husband and a respectable job is...

The Closer I Get by Paul Burston
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The Closer I Get is the latest novel from Paul Burston and is published by Orenda Books. Described as ‘a compulsive, disturbingly relevant, twisty and powerful psychological thriller, The Closer I Get...