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The Graveyard of the Hesperides: Flavia Albia 4 (Falco: The New Generation) (by Lindsey Davis)

Hodder & Stoughton (14 Apr, 2016)

Life is sweet for Flavia Albia and her soon-to-be husband Faustus. But his new job as a building contractor runs into a problem: At the Garden of the Hesperides a barmaid went missing years before; now the workmen start unearthing her bones. Albia takes on the task of finding out what happened. Five more skeletons are discovered. Despite the fact that nobody seems to know or care who died, violent attempts ...

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The 12th Victim (Karin Schaeffer 3) (by Katia Lief)

Ebury Press (Fiction) (05 Jul, 2012)

The 11th victim is found only a short distance from Karin Shaeffer’s house. At the crime-scene she discovers a local prostitute stabbed to death, the knife left embedded between her breasts. It is the signature of the ‘Working Girl Killer’ – a serial killer who has terrorised New York City for the last three years. The police are clueless but when Karin’s best friend becomes the lead investigat ...

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The Apostle (Carson Ryder, Book 12) (by J. A. Kerley)

Harper (18 Dec, 2014)

The Reverend Honus Schrum, a nationally renowned minister and owner of a broadcasting empire, tells the media he has come home to Key West to die. Meanwhile, Detective Carson Ryder is investigating the ritualistic murders of young women with chequered pasts, discovering the killings have religious overtones. Simultaneously, a newly retired Harry Nautilus takes a job as a driver/bodyguard for Richard Owsl ...

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Severed (by Simon Kernick)

Corgi (12 May, 2011)

You wake up in a strange room on a bed covered in blood. You have no idea how you got there. Beside you is a dead girl. Your girlfriend. The phone rings, and a voice tells you to press play on the room's DVD machine. The film shows you killing your girlfriend. Then you're told to go to an address in East London where you're to deliver a briefcase and await further instructions. There's no way ...

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The Bitter Season (Kovac & Liska) (by Tami Hoag)

Orion (10 Mar, 2016)

Detectives Kovac and Liska return in the latest psychological suspense novel from number one New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag. It was a shocking crime. A middle-aged couple - hacked to death in their own home - with a samurai sword. Normal people. Who were they? And why were they targeted? It was a shocking crime. But it wasn't the first. Twenty years ago a policeman was murdered in his own back ...

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The Lost Girl (Brennan and Esposito) (by Tania Carver)

Sphere (22 Sep, 2016)

When three men are found hanged in locations around Colchester, Detective Inspector Phil Brennan gets the shock of his life. Not only are the victims dressed to look like him, but each carries a defaced tarot card in the pocket of their identical leather jackets, scrawled across with one name: Phil Brennan. The bodies aren't found in random locations - they're all in places where DI Brennan has caught a ...

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A Savage Hunger (Paula Maguire 4) (by Claire Mcgowan)

Headline (17 Nov, 2016)

Victim: Female. Twenty-two years of age. Reason for investigation: Missing person. ID: Alice Morgan. Student. Last seen at a remote religious shrine in Ballyterrin. Alice Morgan's disappearance raises immediate questions for forensic psychologist Paula Maguire. Alice, the daughter of a life peer in the Home Office, has vanished along with a holy relic - the bones of a saint - and the only trace is the ...

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Poison Flowers (Willow King) (by Natasha Cooper)

Bello (22 Nov, 2012)

Three people die, in agony, each the victim of a different person. The police are convinced that there is no connection.Inspector Tom Worth disagrees. So does Willow King. Risking not only the secrets of her double identity, but also her own life, Willow races to unmask the serial killer before anyone else is murdered.From the dreariness of her part-time job in Clapham to the luxury and extravagance of her ...

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The Girl in the Red Coat (by Kate Hamer)

Faber & Faber (24 Dec, 2015)

Eight-year-old Carmel has always been different - sensitive, distracted, with an heartstopping tendency to go missing. Her mother Beth, newly single, worries about her daughter's strangeness, especially as she is trying to rebuild a life for the two of them on her own. When she takes Carmel for an outing to a local festival, her worst fear is realised: Carmel disappears into the crowd. Unable to accept the ...

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Tooth and Claw (by Nigel McCrery)

Quercus (16 Sep, 2010)

DCI Mark Lapslie suffers from a rare neurological condition that 'cross-wires' his senses. The sickening clamour of sounds he can taste has smothered his marriage and stifled his career...and it's getting worse. His colleagues have written him off as a drunk - or worse, a lunatic - and Lapslie has quarantined himself in an isolated Essex cottage, only venturing out at night when peace reigns. Carl Whittley, ...

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XO: A Kathryn Dance Thriller (Kathryn Dance thrillers) (by Jeffery Deaver)

Hodder Paperbacks (23 May, 2013)

ayleigh Towne is a beautiful and successful singer-songwriter, and Edwin Sharp is her biggest fan. When she replies to one of his fan letters with 'XO', Edwin is convinced she loves him, and that her latest hit song 'Your Shadow' was written for him. Nothing Kayleigh or her lawyers can say persuades him otherwise. Then the singer gets an anonymous phone call; it's the first verse of 'Your Shadow' playing ...

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Single & Single (by John Le Carré)

Sceptre (21 Sep, 2006)

A corporate lawyer from the House of Single & Single is shot dead in cold blood on a Turkish hillside for crimes that he does not understand. A children's entertainer in Devon is hauled to his local bank late at night to explain a monumental influx of cash. A Russian freighter is arrested in the Black Sea. A celebrated London financier has disappeared into thin air. A British customs officer is on a trail o ...

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