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206 Bones (by Kathy Reichs)

Arrow (13 May, 2010)

A routine case turns sinister when Dr Temperance Brennan is accused of mishandling the autopsy of a missing heiress. Someone has made an incriminating accusation that she missed or concealed crucial evidence. Before Tempe can get to the one man with information, he turns up dead.

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66 North (Fire and Ice) (by Michael Ridpath)

Corvus (01 Feb, 2012)

Ancient blood feuds and modern conspiracies: Magnus Jonson discovers that vengeance, in Iceland, is best served at arctic temperatures... Iceland 1934: Two boys playing in the lava fields that surround their isolated farmsteads see something they shouldn't have. The consequences will haunt them and their families for generations. Iceland 2009: the credit crunch bites. The currency has been devalued, b ...

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A Banquet of Consequences: An Inspector Lynley Novel: 16 (by Elizabeth George)

Hodder & Stoughton (27 Oct, 2015)

Inspector Lynley investigates the London end of an ever more darkly disturbing case, with Barbara Havers and Winston Nkata looking behind the peaceful façade of country life to discover a twisted world of desire and deceit. The suicide of William Goldacre is devastating to those left behind. But what was the cause of his tragedy and how far might the consequences reach? Is there a link between the young ...

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A Cold and Broken Hallelujah (Long Beach Homicide) (by Tyler Dilts)

Thomas & Mercer (01 Sep, 2014)

On a sweltering September night, Long Beach Homicide Detective Danny Beckett is called to a grisly crime scene at the mouth of the Los Angeles River. A defenseless homeless man has been burned to death by three teenagers with gang ties. The suspects are already in custody, and the evidence is overwhelming-but when one suspect's brother is targeted for murder, Danny starts to think there may be more to this ...

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A Cold Day for Murder: A Kate Shugak Mystery (by Dana Stabenow)

Poisoned Pen Press (30 Nov, -0001)

Somewhere in the hinterlands of Alaska, among the millions of sprawling acres that comprise “The Park,” a young National Park Ranger has gone missing. When the detective sent after him also vanishes, the Anchorage DA’s department must turn to their reluctant former investigator, Kate Shugak. Shugak knows The Park because she’s of The Park, an Aleut who left her home village of Niniltna to pursue edu ...

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A Cold-blooded Business: a Kate Shugak Mystery (by Dana Stabenow)

G P Putnam's Sons (30 Nov, -0001)

Alaskan private detective Kate Shugak goes undercover to expose the illicit drug trade along the TransAlaska Pipeline, but the case is threatened when her own cover is blown and the body count begins to rise.

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A Cry from the Dust (by Carrie Stuart Parks)

Thomas Nelson (01 Aug, 2014)

A secret from a grim page of American history threatens to destroy thousands of lives. Gwen Marcey was tops in her forensic field. Then cancer struck, her husband left, and her teenage daughter engaged in active rebellion. Gwen's best chance to start a new life was a temporary job in Utah reconstructing faces from an 1857 massacre site. The Mountain Meadows Interpretative Center asked Gwen to reconstruct th ...

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A Dark Dividing (by Sarah Rayne)

Pocket Books (19 Feb, 2005)

Journalist Harry Fizglen is sceptical when his editor asks him to investigate the background of Simone Anderson, a new Bloomsbury artist. But once he's met the enigmatic Simone, Harry is intrigued. Just what did happen to Simone's twin sister who disappeared without trace several years before? And what is the Anderson sisters' connection to another set of twin girls, Viola and Sorrel Quinton, born in London ...

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A Daughter's Secret (by Eleanor Moran)

Simon & Schuster UK (30 Jul, 2015)

Thirteen year old Gemma was the last person to see her father before he went on the run, fleeing from a major criminal trial. The police are desperate to track him down, pressuring Mia to tease the information out of his angry and reluctant daughter. But what does Gemma really know and how hard can Mia push without betraying her? Both are hiding devastating secrets. Both need the other to survive. Will the ...

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A Deadly Business (MIA Quinn Mystery) (by Lis Wiehl)

Thomas Nelson (01 Jun, 2014)

If the hours don t kill you, the accused just might. Mia Quinn is a Seattle prosecutor working on high profile cases in the Violent Crimes unit while juggling the impossible demands of single parenthood. Her husband, Scott, was killed in a car crash that homicide detective Charlie Carlson now believes was no accident. Charlie s instincts and professional record make it impossible for Mia to refute the evide ...

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A DEEPER SLEEP (A Kate Shugak Novel) (by Dana Stabenow)

St Martins Press (10 Mar, 2008)

Kate Shugak, a private investigator, has been working on a case for the Anchorage District Attorney involving the murder of a young woman by her husband, a man named Louis Deem. Deem has been the subject of investigations before, and he's never been convicted of a crime. But Kate and her on-again, off-again lover, state trooper Jim Chopin, who arrested Deem, are convinced that this time it's different - and ...

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A Detective at Death's Door (by H. R. F. Keating)

Endeavour Press (13 Jul, 2015)

In her most personal case yet, Harriet Martens finds herself placed in grave danger at the hands of a deft and cunning poisoner. Whilst relaxing with her husband at the Majestic pool one hot August Bank Holiday, Harriet does not expect the refreshing glass of Campari soda at her side to conceal a deadly drug. And when she awakes from a doze she is no longer by the water, but in a hospital bed recoveri ...

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