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Invisible City by Julia Dahl - book review

Invisible City by Julia Dahl - book review

When the body of a Hasidic Jewish woman is found in a New York scrapyard, rookie reporter Rebekah Roberts finds herself immersed in a cloistered world where it soon becomes clear she is not welcome.

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Beau Death by Peter Lovesey

Beau Death by Peter Lovesey - book review

When the demolition of an old cottage exposes the skeleton of a man dressed in eighteenth-century clothes, an extraordinary chapter of Bath’s history looks like it may well have to be rewritten.

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Believe Me by J P Delaney

Believe Me by J P Delaney - book review

One of last year’s most outstanding thrillers was JP Delaney’s The Girl Before, a mesmerising exploration of obsession and deceit which was quickly snapped up for the big screen by Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment.

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Yellowhammer by James Henry

Yellowhammer by James Henry - book review

The Brixton riots in London are squeezing police resources and the hot summer of 1983 is taking its toll… but the stakes are high for DI Nick Lowry when two bodies are found on his Colchester patch.
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