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Crime/Thriller

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Burning Matches by Paul FitzSimons
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Loyalty can only go so far…’ Burning Matches is the debut novel from Irish novelist, screenwriter and playwright Paul FitzSimons and was published on May 1st 2018. A very complex tale...

One Click by Andrea Mara
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘One photo couldn’t hurt, could it?’ One Click is the second novel from Irish writer and blogger Andrea Mara. A psychological thriller, One Click is described as a ‘disturbing tale of cyber-stalking and trolling,...

The Manhattan Project by Paul McNeive
Posted by Doreen Finn in , .

John Wyse is in a spot of bother.  The New York City policeman finds himself in a city that is under attack, by an enemy that is everywhere and nowhere. ...

Absolution by Paul E Hardisty
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Of course it was the ultimate indulgence. Friends, lovers, family, people you cared for. They tied you down, kept you dependent, made you vulnerable. And worse, they paid for their...

Black Water by Cormac O’ Keeffe
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘To exit Gangland, there’s a price to be paid…’ Black Water is the phenomenal debut novel from Irish Writer Cormac O’ Keeffe. Described as ‘fast-paced, compelling and expertly plotted’, Black Water is published by...

The Fear by CL Taylor
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Mike is the love of my life and I am his.’ These are the chilling words from fourteen year old Louise (Lou) Wandsworth. Mike is old enough to be her...

Madam Tulip and The Bones of Chance by David Ahern
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , , .

‘The thrilling and hilarious Tulip adventures in which Derry O’Donnell, celebrity fortune-teller and reluctant amateur detective, plays the most exciting and perilous roles of her acting life, drinks borage tea,...

Keeper by Johana Gustawsson
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘The young woman was naked, sitting on the ground with her back against the dead tree trunk, legs wide apart, arms by her sides, the palms of her hands turned...

The Woman in The Window by A.J. Finn
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘This evenings selection : The Man Who Knew too Much, for the umpteenth time. I am the woman who viewed too much.’ The Woman in The Window is the bestselling novel...

The Rúin by Dervla McTiernan
Posted by Teresa Hanley in , .

“Cormac looked down at the corpse. Her arms and legs were skeletal, her hair lank and greasy. The top sheet was grubby and thin and through it he could see...

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