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The Pain Tourist by Paul Cleave

How can you catch a killer When the only evidence is a dream…?James Garrett was critically injured when he was shot following his parents’ execution, and no one expected him to waken from a deep, traumatic coma. When he does, nine years later, Detective Inspector Rebecca Kent is tasked with closing the case that herContinue reading “The Pain Tourist by Paul Cleave”


Harm by Sólveig Pálsdóttir

When wealthy doctor Ríkarður Magnússon goes to sleep in his luxurious caravan and doesn’t wake up, detectives Guðgeir Fransson and Elsa Guðrún are called to the Westman Islands to investigate what looks like murder.Suspicion immediately falls on Ríkharður’s young, beautiful and deeply troubled girlfriend – but there are no easy answers in this case asContinue reading “Harm by Sólveig Pálsdóttir”

The Rising Tide by Ann Cleeves

Fifty years ago, a group of teenagers spent a weekend on Holy Island, forging a bond that has lasted a lifetime. Now, they still return every five years to celebrate their friendship, and remember the friend they lost to the rising waters of the causeway at the first reunion.Now, when one of them is foundContinue reading “The Rising Tide by Ann Cleeves”

Whisper of the seals by Roxanne Bouchard

Detective Moralès returns in a breathtaking literary thriller set on the icy seas of Quebec’s Magdalen Islands, in the midst of a brutal seal hunt, where nothing is as it seems and absolutely no one can be trusted…Fisheries officer Simone Lord is transferred to Quebec’s remote Magdalen Islands for the winter, and at the lastContinue reading “Whisper of the seals by Roxanne Bouchard”

The Way It Is Now by Garry Disher

WHO SHALL INHERIT THE SINS OF THE FATHER? Twenty years ago, Charlie Deravin’s mother went missing, believed murdered. Her body has never been found, and his father has lived under a cloud of suspicion ever since. Now Charlie has returned to the coastal town where his mother vanished, on disciplinary leave from his job withContinue reading “The Way It Is Now by Garry Disher”

What doesn’t break us by Helen Sedgwick

Take a sip and enter the world of the dead… As the station prepares to close down for good, DI Georgie Strachan is running out of time to find out what is really going on in Burrowhead and put a stop to it. A deadly drug appears in the small Scottish village, best consumed withContinue reading “What doesn’t break us by Helen Sedgwick”

Open Your Eyes by Heather J Fitt

A Scottish journalist enters a dark online world in this unsettling novel of men, women, resentment, and rage…  Edinburgh reporter Frankie has finally been assigned a high-profile crime story about a series of sexual assaults, andrelishes her big break. Her article focuses on the issue of women’s safety, which doesn’t seem to have improved much sinceContinue reading “Open Your Eyes by Heather J Fitt”

Little Drummer by Kjell ola Dahl

When a woman is found dead in her car in a Norwegian parking garage, everyone suspects an overdose … until a forensics report indicates that she was murdered. Oslo Detectives Frølich and Gunnarstranda discover that the victim’s Kenyan scientist boyfriend has disappeared, and their investigations soon lead them into the shady world of international pharmaceuticalContinue reading “Little Drummer by Kjell ola Dahl”

The Patient by Jane Shemilt

She is his doctor. He will be her downfall.When Rachel meets Luc, the attraction is instant.But she is a doctor, and he is her patient.She gives him the drugs he needs – but in doing so, risks everything. And when a secret is exposed, they’re both in the firing line.Not all patients are telling theContinue reading “The Patient by Jane Shemilt”

Little Sister by Gytha Lodge

A teenage girl wanders out of the woods. She’s striking, with flame-red hair and a pale complexion. She’s also covered in blood. Detective Jonah Sheens quickly discovers that Keely and her sister, Nina, disappeared from a children’s home a week ago. Now, Keely is here – but Nina’s still missing. Keely knows where her sisterContinue reading “Little Sister by Gytha Lodge”