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Good People by Ewart Hutton
Posted by D.C. Gogan (Author of CRITICAL VALUE is available at http://tinyurl.com/ade3mhc) in .

Ewart Hutton’s GOOD PEOPLE is an accomplished debut, with economical character building, neat and clever plotting and a fascinating protagonist. Hutton doesn’t fall into the trap, so tempting for a...

The Healer by Antti Tuomainen
Posted by Sean Farrell, Crime Scene Reviewer, in .

Finnish crime writers are not as well known in English as their Nordic counterparts. This may now begin to change. “The Healer, ” Antti Tuominen’s third novel, has already won...

Another Kind of Country by Kevin Brophy
Posted by Joe Mc Coubrey Crime Scene Reviewer in .

Santiago 1973: Pinochet has made his move and violence has erupted all over the city. A young Rosa Rossman is left orphaned and forced to flee across the Andes. Finding...

No Goodbye by Marita Conlon-McKenna
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

What would you do if your mum left? 14 year old Greg and his 12 year old sister Lucy try an stay calm and responsible when their mum leaves, doing...

The Fault in Our Stars By John Green
Posted by Aisling Kelly in .

“Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot...

The Demon Babysitter by Annie Graves
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

Do you need a kind, caring short notice babysitter? Well, if you do call Dervla the demon, no sorry, the darling babysitter. A firm hand won’t let let the kids...

North of Nowhere by Liz Kessler
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

When Mia’s grandfather disappears, Mia and her mother go to her grandmothers to give support. Mia is completly bored until she finds a diary in a boat while walking the...

Crossbones Yard by Kate Rhodes
Posted by Susan Condon in .

Ray and Marie Benson killed thirteen women before they were caught, tried and imprisoned. Five of their victims were never found. Psychologist Alice Quentin’s life is unravelling. She lives in...

Young Ned by Brett Ross
Posted by Veronica Ryan in .

I have just finished reading an awesome book from a new Australian author, Brett Ross. ‘Young Ned’ is an absorbing tale of a turning point in a young man’s life....

Curse of Kings by Alex Barclay
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

Oland Born knows nothing about his past and thinks his only future is being a servant to Vilius Ren but when he gets a letter from the dead King Micah...