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The House on Vesper Sands by Paraic O’ Donnell
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‘Ladies and gentlemen, the darkness is complete.’ Looking for something exciting? Looking for something dark and mysterious? Well look no further. The House on Vesper Sands is the latest novel from...

In The Court’s Hands by Fiona Gartland
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‘She is running from her past but it’s her future she should fear the most.’ Beatrice Barrington is a stenographer working in the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin. In...

Sins: New Irish Crime Stories by the3percenters
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Seven Deadly Sins. Eleven Killer Stories. SINS is a new anthology of crime fiction short stories from the3percenters. They are an authors’ collective and publishing partnership, originally associated with the annual...

The Lingering by SJI Holliday
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Control, Coercion and Retribution. Jack and Ali Gardiner arrive at Rosalind House running away from the life they have known. Jack worked for the police department in the very distressing...

The Golden Orphans by Gary Raymond
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“You are the painter?” he repeated. I nodded. “Mr Prostakov wishes to extend you an invitation to his home…” he handed me a card from his jacket pocket; “…at noon...

Sleeper: The Red Storm by JD Fennell
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Wow! I feel like I’ve been on a whirlwind adventure with James Bond in a Dan Brown novel set during World War 2. JD Fennell has written a page turning,...

The Pact by Carol Coffey
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‘Secrets of the past. Crimes of the present.’ The Pact is the fifth novel by Irish writer Carol Coffey and it has just been published by Poolbeg Press. Carol Coffey, a...

Lies Between Us by Ronnie Turner
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‘Will they ever learn the truth?’ Miller is a creepy, twisted and very strange individual. From a young age it is very evident that Miller is not well. His views...

Palm Beach, Finland by Antti Tuomainen
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‘Sex, lies and ill-fitting swimwear … Sun Protection Factor 100.’ Sometimes I just love reading a book that has a quirky edge to it, a book that would not normally...

Disaster Inc by Caimh McDonnell
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Disaster Inc ~ ‘Where there’s pain, there’s gain’ . I’ve been a huge fan of Caimh McDonnell’s books from the beginning, having read all four books in The Dublin Trilogy. (yes...