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  • Thriller / suspense
    February 2021

    Fatal Isles

    by Maria Adolfsson (Translated by Agnes Broome)

    Ann Cleeves meets Håkan Nesser in this darkly atmospheric Nordic Noir debut. A remote island. A brutal murder. A secret hidden in the past... In the middle of the North Sea, between the UK and Denmark, lies the beautiful and rugged island nation of Doggerland. When Detective Inspector Karen Eiken Hornby wakes up in a hotel room next to her boss, Jounas Smeed, she knows she’s made a big mistake. Things get worse when later that day, Jounas’s ex-wife is found brutally murdered – and Karen is the only one who can give him an alibi. With no leads and no obvious motive for the murder, Karen starts to suspect that the truth might lie in Doggerland’s history. But the deeper she digs, the clearer it becomes that even small islands can hide deadly secrets...

  • Fiction
    April 2021

    Rites of Spring

    by Anders de la Motte (Translated by Marlaine Delargy)

    The first in a new standalone series set in Southern Sweden, from bestselling and award-winning author Anders de la Motte. Beneath the beauty lies a dark heart... Skåne, 1986. On the night of Walpurgis, the eve of May Day, where bonfires are lit to ward off evil spirits and preparations are made to celebrate the renewal of spring, a sixteen-year-old girl is ritualistically murdered in the woods beside a castle. Her stepbrother is convicted of the terrible deed and shortly after, the entire family vanishes without a trace. Spring, 2019. Dr Thea Lind moves into the castle. After making a strange discovery in an ancient oak tree on the grounds, her fascination with the old tragedy deepens. As she uncovers more and more similarities between her own troubled past and the murdered girl, she begins to believe that the real truth of the killing was never uncovered. What if the spring of 1986 claimed more than one victim?

  • Crime & mystery
    July 2020

    Shed No Tears

    by Caz Frear

    WINNER OF THE 2017 RICHARD & JUDY SEARCH FOR A BESTSELLER COMPETITION Four victims. Killer caught. Case closed. Or is it?Christopher Masters, known as 'The Roommate Killer', strangled three women over a two-week period in a London house in November 2012. Holly Kemp, his fourth victim, was never found. Until now. Her remains have been unearthed in a field in Cambridgeshire and DC Cat Kinsella and the Major Investigation Team are called in for what should be an open-and-shut case. But immediately Cat has questions and with Masters dead and few new leads, she has little to go on except her gut instinct, which is telling her that the real killer is still out there. But if you'd got away with murder, how far would you go to keep the past where it belongs?

  • Fiction
    August 2021

    The Fixer

    by Claudia Carroll

    She's so busy sorting everyone else's lives, she doesn't notice hers is about to fall apart... Meet Meg Monroe, the fixer. If you want to get rid of someone you call Meg. (No, not like that - this would be a very different book!) Using her brilliant intuition, people reading skills and with masterful manipulation Meg befriends her mark and tells them what they want to hear, using it to convince them to see the error of their ways. She's never once found a case she can't handle - affairs, clingy former-friends, useless employees and exes that can't take the hint. But when a blast from the past turns up on Meg's doorstep, will she get caught in her own web of lies?

  • Fiction
    November 2021

    The Hiding Place

    by Amanda Mason

    From the acclaimed author of THE WAYWARD GIRLS, a chilling and unsettling novel of mothers and daughters, truth and deception... Nell Galilee, her husband and twelve year old step-daughter Maude rent a holiday cottage by the sea, needing time and space away from home. The cottage has been empty for some time, and from the start Nell feels uncomfortable there. Something isn’t quite right about this place. Maude, furious about being brought here against her will, soon finds herself beguiled by the house’s strange atmosphere.There are peculiar marks in the roof beams above her bedroom, and in another room, a hiding place, concealing a strange, unnerving object. As the house gradually reveals its secrets, Nell becomes increasingly uneasy – and Maude spellbound. But everyone here is harbouring their own secrets too, and soon events will come to a terrible head...A brilliant, unsettling and chilling novel of mothers and daughters, truth and deception and the lengths people will go to, to obtain power over their own lives, THE HIDING PLACE is the second chilling novel from the acclaimed author of THE WAYWARD GIRLS.

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