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Freedom’s Child (by Jax Miller)

Harper (31 Dec, 2015)

A heart-stopping debut thriller about a woman named Freedom, who will stop at nothing to save the daughter she only knew for two minutes and seventeen seconds. Call me what you will: a murderer, a cop killer, a fugitive, a drunk...There's a lot people don't know about Freedom Oliver. They know she works at the local bar. They know she likes a drink or two. What they don't know is that Freedom is not her rea ...

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Blood Lines: Volume 5 (Detective Kim Stone crime thriller series) (by Angela Marsons)

Bookouture (04 Nov, 2016)

How do you catch a killer who leaves no trace? A victim killed with a single, precise stab to the heart appears at first glance to be a robbery gone wrong. A caring mother and social worker lost to a senseless act of violence. But for Detective Kim Stone, something doesn’t add up. When a local drug addict is found murdered with an identical wound, Kim knows instinctively that she is dealing with t ...

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Cold Earth (Shetland) (by Ann Cleeves)

Pan (26 Jan, 2017)

n the dark days of a Shetland winter, torrential rain triggers a landslide that crosses the main Lerwick-Sumburgh road and sweeps down to the sea. At the burial of his old friend Magnus Tait, Jimmy Perez watches the flood of mud and peaty water smash through a croft house in its path. Everyone thinks the croft is uninhabited, but in the wreckage he finds the body of a dark-haired woman wearing a red silk ...

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Smile and be a Villain (A Dorothy Martin Mystery) (by Jeanne M. Dams)

Severn House Paperbacks Ltd (28 Apr, 2017)

When Dorothy Martin and her husband, retired police detective Alan Nesbitt, decide to visit the beautiful island of Alderney in the English Channel, they hope for a pleasant, peaceful holiday. It's not to be. Taking a walk on their very first day, they discover a body, apparently the victim of an unfortunate accident, on a precipitous hill path. The dead man, they learn, is an American named Abercrombie ...

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Shadow Man (by Cody Mcfadyen)

Hodder Paperbacks (01 Feb, 2007)

FBI agent Smoky Barrett is no stranger to the darker recesses of the human mind. But nothing could have prepared her for the day she had to watch her husband and daughter die at the hands of a serial killer. She bears the scars, mental and physical. Most people would run - from work, from life, from everything associated with the pain of a shattered existence. But Smoky doesn't know how to run - and when ...

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Dead And Buried (Cooper and Fry) (by Stephen Booth)

Sphere (11 Apr, 2013)

Brutal acts of fire starting have ravaged the Peak District, and now a new wave of moorland infernos sweeps across the national park. For DS Ben Cooper, the blazes are best left to the firefighters, even with the arsonists still at large. But when an intruder breaks into an abandoned pub, Cooper is on the case - and he swiftly unearths a pair of grim surprises. The first is evidence of a years-old double ho ...

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The Fourth Sacrifice: China Thriller 2 (China Thrillers) (by Peter May)

riverrun (08 Sep, 2016)

THE SECOND OPINION The Chinese police have once more been forced to enlist the services of American forensic pathologist Margaret Campbell: this time to investigate a series of four horrific ritual executions that have taken place in Beijing. THE THIRD DEGREE Detective Li Yan is determined to discover just how one of the victims in particular, an American diplomat, became caught up in the slaying. ...

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The Copper Beeches: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes IV (by Andrew Delaplaine)

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (19 Mar, 2012)

Sherlock Holmes IV is a direct descendant of the famed detective whose daring exploits were so vividly chronicled by Dr. John Watson and related to us by Arthur Conan Doyle. This new Sherlock Holmes owns a small hotel on South Beach, and is just as renowned in the present day as his ancestor was in his. In "The Copper Beeches," a nanny reaches out to Sherlock Holmes seeking his advice on whether she should ...

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The Fifth Rule of Ten: A Tenzing Norbu Mystery (Dharma Detective 5) (by Gay Hendricks)

Hay House Uk (09 Aug, 2016)

Be mindful, both making and keeping commitments, that they be springboards to liberation, instead of suffering. That's the Fifth Rule of Ten. Private investigator and ex-Buddhist monk Tenzing Norbu is wrestling with commitments on all fronts. He and his fiancée, Julie, can't seem to commit to an actual wedding date. Ten's dropped the ball on a pledge to find his assistant Kim's missing brother, Bobby. E ...

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Hush Little Baby: The most gripping domestic suspense you’ll read this year (by Joanna Barnard)

Ebury Press (Fiction) (10 Aug, 2017)

When baby Oliver breaks his arm, no-one can (or will) say how it happened. His mother is exhausted. His father is angry. His older sister is resentful. And they all have something to hide.

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The One: The unputdownable psychological thriller everyone is talking about (by John Marrs)

Del Rey (04 May, 2017)

One simple mouth swab is all it takes. A quick DNA test to find your perfect partner – the one you’re genetically made for. A decade after scientists discover everyone has a gene they share with just one other person, millions have taken the test, desperate to find true love. Now, five more people meet their Match. But even soul mates have secrets. And some are more shocking – and deadlier – than o ...

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Gather the Daughters (by Jennie Melamed)

Tinder Press (25 Jul, 2017)

On a small isolated island, there's a community that lives by its own rules. Boys grow up knowing they will one day reign inside and outside the home, while girls know they will be married and pregnant within moments of hitting womanhood. But before that time comes, there is an island ritual that offers children an exhilarating reprieve. Every summer they are turned out onto their doorsteps to roam wild: ...

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