Monthly Archives: August 2011

Still Bleeding by Steve Mosby

Still Bleeding by Steve Mosby ‘Death  has ripples’ ‘Death is contagious’ Sarah is only a young a child when her father talks to her about death and she is haunted by its spectre all of her life. In fact, Sarah … Continue reading

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Convictions by Julie Morrigan

Julie Morrigan’s writing gives you a good smack, as anyone who has read  Gone Bad,her brilliant,  brass knuckled collection of urban noir short stories, will tell you. In her cracking debut novel, Convictions, she gives you a hell of a kicking, knees you in … Continue reading

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The Burning Wire by Jeffrey Deaver

Part of the Lincoln Rhyme series. A slow-burner but gripping in the end. Quadriplegic criminalist Lincoln Rhyme and his partner, NYC detective Amelia Sachs, return in the 9th book of the bestselling series. This time, they are racing against the … Continue reading

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Iron House by John Hart

A complex tale of brotherly love, reunited by necessity two decades after being torn apart by murder and protection Two young orphans, brothers in blood, but different in so many ways, grow up in a brutal institution. Michael, the elder … Continue reading

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