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The Tall Man

Sadie left 16 years ago to protect her baby daughter from the man who whispered in her ears. Now she is back, but she is not sure she has returned alone.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Kati Barr-Taylor

Lockerbie: The Truth

On December 21 1988, a passenger airliner blew up in the sky above the small Scottish town of Lockerbie. The events leading up to the tragedy and the subsequent trial of one suspect is examined.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Fiona Spence

Red Sparrow

First of a spy trilogy by a 34-year CIA veteran, which revolves around the tangled relationship between a male rising star of US intelligence and his female Russian counterpart.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by David Rose

The Break Line

Max McLean, an assassin for a shady unit operating on behalf of the British government, is sent to Sierra Leone to kill a rebel leader. But there’s a lot he hasn’t been told…

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Linda Wilson

Evolution

Shay is searching for the truth about the deadly virus that has swept through the country. She believes the answers are to be found in Multiverse, an isolated community of survivors.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Linda Wilson

Rivers of London Volumes 1 - 3 Boxed Set

A boxed set of three graphic novels in the Rivers of London series featuring PC Peter Grant and the ‘weird shit’ that keeps him in a job.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Linda Wilson

Lies Sleeping

The Faceless Man is back and it’s up to DC Peter Grant and his colleagues from the Folly to stop his latest murderous spree and stop him unleashing chaos on London.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Linda Wilson

Now We Shall Be Entirely Free

Late one evening, shortly after the British army's retreat to Corunna, a very sick man is taken by cab to a house in Somerset. He is received by the sole occupant, the housekeeper, who proceeds to care for him.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Arnold Taylor

Miss Pym Disposes

Miss Pym, who has recently published a best-selling book on psychology, is invited by an old friend to give a lecture at a girls' school that specialises in dance and physical training. She accepts an invitation to stay on for a few days – a decision that she subsequently regrets.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Arnold Taylor

Deadfall

Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper is standing on the steps of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art when her boss is shot dead and collapses on top of her.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Chris Roberts

The Darkness Around Her

Lawyer Dan Grant is asked to represent Peter Box, who has been accused of murder. The evidence looks damning and to make it worse Box refuses to explain what happened.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Chris Roberts

Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet

Sheriff Jesse Stone investigates a murder that appears linked to re-awakened interest in a 40-year-old recording that mysteriously disappeared.

Reviewed on 08 December 2018 by Chris Roberts

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