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The Disciple (Damen Brook, #2)
3.95 avg. rating
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DI Brook thought the nightmare was over- but the Reaper has left behind a horrifying legacy…


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A Winter's Kill
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"Absolutely loved it! I am a retired Scottish policewoman and like that this book was descriptive and pacey. It really had you holding you breath at some places."- Gwen Samson

It’s winter, and a new…
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Their Little Secret (Tom Thorne, #16)
When DI Tom Thorne is called to conduct a routine assessment at the site of a suicide, he expects to be in and out in no time. But when he arrives at the metro station, where a woman named Philippa…
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A Litter of Bones (DCI Logan Crime Thrillers, #1)
Was the biggest case of his career the worst mistake he ever made?

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Natural Causes (Inspector McLean, #1)
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Short-Listed for the prestigious Crime Writers Association (CWA) Debut Dagger prize, 'Natural Causes' is the first of an ongoing series featuring Edinburgh-based Detective Inspector Anthony McLean.…
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The Repenting Serpent (DCI Michael Yorke, #2)
A DCI Michael Yorke Thriller

A vicious serial killer slithers from the darkness, determined to resurrect the ways of a long-dead civilisation.

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Girl Most Likely (Krista Larson, #1)
It’s never too late for revenge in this thrilling novel by New York Times bestselling and award-winning crime master Max Allan Collins.

In a small Midwest town, twenty-eight-year-old Krista Larson has…
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Divided House (Dark Yorkshire #1)
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· 1418 Ratings
The public face. A private reality. Sometimes, the dead have a lot to hide...

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Lane: A Case For Willows And Lane
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“So I thought I might take up para-gliding. You know, buy one on eBay and just jump off the cliff one morning.” Emily Willows is middle-aged, widowed, wealthy and bored. When she makes those flippant…
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Love Like Blood  (Tom Thorne, #14)
4.08 avg. rating
· 984 Ratings
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Tear It Down (Peter Ash, #4)
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In the new edge-of-your-seat adventure from national bestselling author Nick Petrie, Peter Ash pursues one case--and stumbles into another--in the City of the Blues.

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The Trophy Taker (DC Charlotte Stafford, #2)
He's watching, waiting... and counting. The next gripping seriel killer read in the DC 'Charlie' Stafford series, from the Bestselling author of MUMMY'S FAVOURITE.

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Mozari Arrival (Hammond's Hardcases Book 1)
They brought death and destruction to Earth. Now it’s time to return the favor.

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The Only Game
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When a four-year-old child is abducted from an Essex kindergarten, Detective Inspector Dog Cicero soon realizes that this is to be no routine investigation. Something about the child's mother…
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Whisper of Bones (Widow's Island #3)
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Dark secrets from the past bob to the surface in the third novella in the Widow’s Island series.

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Blacklight (Dark Yorkshire #2)
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Two women are missing. One who has it all. The other, has lost everything…

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Bred in the Bone (Widow's Island #4)
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In the fourth Widow’s Island novella by Wall Street Journal bestselling author Kendra Elliot, the truth of a twenty-year disappearance will finally come to light.

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Twisted Justice (Lorne Simpkins, #13)
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· 415 Ratings
The next exciting instalment in the bestselling, award-winning Justice series by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author M A Comley


When the local pathologist asks DI Lorne Warner and DS Katy…
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The Regret
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· 109 Ratings
Rachel Stone’s world was destroyed by a stalker, Alan Griffin. After he went to prison, she rebuilt her life.

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Winter's Redemption (Winter Black #3)
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· 324 Ratings
He’s killing again. He’s killing Winter...over and over.
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Burning Bright (Peter Ash, #2)
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In the new novel featuring war veteran Peter Ash, an action hero of the likes of Jack Reacher or Jason Bourne (Lincoln Journal-Star), Ash has a woman's life in his hands and her mystery is stranger…
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The Midnight Caller (Jack Widow, #7)
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· 175 Ratings
Former undercover NCIS Agent Jack Widow is in New York City. Today is his birthday. He's spent the day riding the subway, walking the streets, and sipping espresso near Central Park. Enjoying the…
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Say You Love Me (Eva Rae Thomas Mystery #4)

Former FBI-profiler Eva Rae Thomas is back and embedded in a true nightmare reaching deep into her own family.

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A Deadly Blessing (LAPD Detective Maddie Divine #1)
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DEATH IN MIND (The DCI Jamie Carver Series #5)
"Clever, Twisty, Creepy. Made me so paranoid, I almost stopped answering the phone!"
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Crossbones Yard (Alice Quentin, #1)
3.66 avg. rating
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Introducing Alice Quentin, a London psychologist with family baggage, who finds herself at the center of a grisly series of murders

Alice Quentin is a psychologist with some painful family secrets,…
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The Sixth Wicked Child (4MK Thriller, #3)
In the riveting conclusion of the 4MK trilogy, Barker takes the thriller to an entirely new level. Don't miss a single word of the series James Patterson called "ingenious."

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Careful little eyes (7th Street Crew #4)
4.49 avg. rating
· 743 Ratings

Ian Marks is terrified of ghosts. Especially of the one that has just moved into his shed in the back yard of his house in New Orleans. Everyone else thinks he is just a drunk, but when his…

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The Chemistry of Death (David Hunter, #1)
Three years ago, David Hunter moved to rural Norfolk to escape his life in London, his gritty work in forensics, and a tragedy that nearly destroyed him. Working as a simple country doctor, seeing…
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You Can't Hide (7th Street Crew #3)
4.37 avg. rating
· 788 Ratings
Young girls are being kidnapped - and so are their mothers. They are being bought and sold as slaves. Behind these kidnappings stands a ghostly person, who calls himself the Boxer. He finds the girls…
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The Death of Justice (DI Bliss, #5)
4.90 avg. rating
· 21 Ratings
To keep a secret hidden you must bury the truth

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When DI Bliss arrives at the scene of the second murder, he recognises the same three-shot pattern as the first.…
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