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Playing Nice

When a total stranger informs Pete Riley that the child he’s brought up as his own for the past two years isn’t his biological son, his world is in danger of falling apart. But Pete knows he and his wife can work this out with the other couple if only they all play nicely. Or at least he thinks they can …

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Linda Wilson

Hide and Secrets

Cat’s father is missing, presumed dead. When a man phones her with the news that her father is alive, Cat’s world is turned upside-down, and she’s determined to find him, despite her mother’s disbelief and opposition.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Linda Wilson

State of Terror

A series of terrorist attacks spark off a hunt for the forces behind a global conspiracy, pitting newly appointed US Secretary of State Ellen Adams against powerful opposition, both at home and abroad.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Linda Wilson

Dark Horse

Former black ops specialist Evan Smoak – Orphan X, now the Nowhere Man – takes on a powerful drug cartel to rescue the teenage daughter of one of their bitterest rivals.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Linda Wilson

The Killing Kind

Barrister Ingrid Lewis is certain someone wants her dead. John Webster, given a two-year suspended sentence for stalking and harassing Ingrid, claims not to be involved and insists he’s the only person who can help her uncover the truth.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Linda Wilson

Bound

New Zealand detective Sam Shephard returns to investigate a shooting. Her colleagues think this is an open-and-shut case, but Shephard has her doubts.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Chris Roberts

Squeeze Me

The disappearance of an elderly Palm Beach woman might have escaped notice were she not a rich high-profile supporter of the President, who knows exactly who to blame.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Chris Roberts

The Transparency of Time

Ex-inspector Mario Conde returns to help a friend recover a stolen black Madonna, a statue with a history dating back to the crusades.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Chris Roberts

The Killing Hills

Army CID agent Mick Hardin has come back to Kentucky on leave and agrees to help the local sheriff, his sister, with her first murder case.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Chris Roberts

Brazilian Psycho

The lives of a small cast of characters play out against a background of real political events in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Chris Roberts

The Secret Life of Writers

In 1999 the celebrated author Nathan Fawles withdrew to Beaumont, a stunning wild island in Mediterranean. After publishing three successful novels he stopped both writing and contact with the outside world. Nearly 20 years later a young Swiss journalist tries to unlock his secrets when a grim crime takes place on the island.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Ewa Sherman

First Born

Twins Molly and Katie had never been apart until Katie moved to study in New York a year ago. Now she is dead, and Molly travels across the ocean to be with her parents and to search for the truth about her death as she is the only person who knows everything about her twin.

Reviewed on 30 April 2022 by Ewa Sherman

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