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Hold My Hand by M.J. Ford
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‘You only looked away for a second… How long do you hunt for the missing?’ Although I did have a copy of this novel since last year, I never got...

Fade to Grey by John Lincoln
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‘Gethin Grey is the man you call when there’s nowhere else to turn.’ Published on the 21st February by No Exit Press, Fade to Grey is the first book in a new...

The Taking of Annie Thorne by CJ Tudor
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‘Because when my sister was eight years old, she disappeared. At the time, I thought it was the worst thing that could ever happen. And then she came back……’  The...

The Silver Road by Stina Jackson
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‘Even the darkest journey must come to an end….. A sun that never sets A daughter that never came home A father that never stops looking – Lelle A new...

The Courier by Kjell Ola Dahl
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‘Ester can see part of her father’s face through the bars on the window. The hairline, the fringe over his forehead and the top of his glasses. That is when...

Darkest Truth by Catherine Kirwan
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He will do anything to protect his secrets. She will stop at nothing to expose the truth. Because these are powerful people she is trying to expose. And they’re willing...

The Scholar by Dervla McTiernan
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DI Cormac Reilly returns in Dervla McTiernan’s much anticipated sequel to last year’s The Ruin. In her first novel, McTiernan did something which a lot of modern crime fiction tries...

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
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On Day One, Aiden Bishop awakes with one name on his lips, ‘Anna’. He doesn’t know who Anna is, he doesn’t know who he is and when faced with the...

Cold as the Grave by James Oswald
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‘Her mummified body is hidden in the dark corner of a basement room…a room which feels as cold as the grave.’ I will have to hang my head in shame...

The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald
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It’s every parent’s worst nightmare’ The Night Olivia Fell is the debut novel by Christina McDonald and has just been published with HQ Stories. It is described as ‘a fast-paced and action...