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The Evil Eye is a book created from four novellas that revolve around one central theme. Each story stands on its own but they come together as a cohesive collection.

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Harriet Lane has created a taut, unnerving thriller in Her that will keep you in its hold until the devastating conclusion.

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Blood Med is a breath of fresh air. Set in contemporary Alicante, Chief Inspector Max Cámara is a cop with a conscience and a nasty murder to solve. The young American wife of Ruiz Costa is brutally murdered in their apartment and her husband is the prime suspect.

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The Living opens with a tense interrogation packed full of promise with a question of "the gun" left hanging at the end of the first gripping chapter.

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Lacey Flint has left her career as an inspector, returning to work in uniform with the Metropolitan Police’s marine unit, and patrols the River Thames while she tries to get over undercover detective Mark Joesbury.

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Fans of Peter James will be delighted with this new Roy Grace thriller. The tension coils unbearably as events bear out the follies of too provocative an advertisement on a dating website.

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The Baklava Club offers the latest instalment in Jason Goodwin’s historical detective series about nineteenth-century Turkish investigator, Yashim.

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Myth and murder combine in Sylvester's lyrical yet gripping debut novel. 17-year-old Flora is itching to leave the remote Scottish island of Bancree. Her boyfriend has escaped to university and she has one more year at school to endure before she can spread her wings.

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Hodges was one of the best cops on the force - breaking cases and putting criminals behind bars - but when he hits retirement his daily action is replaced by depressing chat shows and reality television.There are certain cases he keeps thinking about though - the ones that got away.

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"The Three" in this book's title refers to the three child survivors of four plane crashes that happen at the same time across the world. Having escaped catastrophe virtually unharmed, the children are subject to intense speculation.

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In the space of four or five books, Craig Robertson has established himself as one of the most adroit practitioners of the crime novel at work today with an unerring command of narrative.

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