Author Archives: Neil Evans

Adrian McKinty – In the morning I’ll be gone

Sean Duffy returns in the third outing in the war torn Norn Iron, still whistling Tom Waits songs under his breath at a different beat to everyone else. Sean Duffy’s got nothing. So when MI5 come knocking, Sean knows exactly … Continue reading

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White Dog – Peter Temple

‘Her name was Sarah Longmore and she was charged with murdering her former lover.’ When Jack Irish is asked to look into Sarah Longmore’s defence, he’s more than happy to oblige. After all, whenever somebody seems as guilty as Sarah … Continue reading

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I hear the Sirens in the Street – Adrian McKinty

Sean Duffy knows there’s no such thing as a perfect crime. But a torso in a suitcase is pretty close. Still, one tiny clue is all it takes, and there it is. A tattoo. So Duffy, fully fit and back … Continue reading

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Books to Die For – John Connolly & Declan Burke

With so many mystery novels to choose from and so many new titles appearing each year, where should the reader start? What are the classics of the genre? Which are the hidden gems? In the most ambitious anthology of its … Continue reading

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23 Shades of Black – Kenneth Wishnia

By turns hilarious and gritty, 23 Shades of Black is a kick-ass cop novel with a Latina heroine struggling against the odds.Taking place in New York City in the early 1980s and partly written in response to the reactionary discourse … Continue reading

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All I did was shoot my man – Walter Mosley

Seven years ago, Zella Grisham came home to find her man, Harry Tangelo, in bed with her friend. The weekend before, $6.8 million had been stolen from Rutgers Assurance Corp., whose offices are across the street from where Zella worked. … Continue reading

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Blood Rites – S J Rozan

Lydia Chin is a Chinese American Private investigator with an ‘occasional partner’ by the name of Bill Smith, a loner, ex-soldier. Chin has grown up under the extended influence of Grandfather Gao in China Town, and is delighted to be … Continue reading

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Moonlight Mile – Dennis Lehane

A 16-year old girl has gone missing. a girl with a tragic past. A girl who is concealing secrets. a girl who is remarkably intelligent. And investigator Patrick Kenzie is the man who must face unimaginable drama and danger to find her…… … Continue reading

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The Cold Cold Ground – Adrian McKinty

Spring 1981. Newly promoted and posted to Carrickfergus CID, Detective Sergeant Duffy has hardly had a chance to unpack when he’s landed with two very different cases: what may be Northern Ireland’s first ever serial killer and a young woman’s … Continue reading

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Spilled Blood by Brian Freeman

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. Chris Hawk’s daughter has been accused of murder and she look’s as guilty as sin. If Chris is to find out what really happened, he needs to learn everything about his daughter, but he’s beginning … Continue reading

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