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18 October 2020
Rogue Male by Geoffrey Household
This is a riveting and exciting story that deserves its reputation as one of the best classic thrillers. 5-Stars from our reviewer.
13 October 2020
Whirligig by Andrew James Greig
A clever and intricate police procedural. This debut novel about a series of macabre killings in the Highlands of Scotland was longlisted for this year’s CWA John Creasey New Blood Award.
9 October 2020
The Order by Daniel Silva
The Gabriel Allon series by Daniel Silva usually yields page-turning international espionage thrillers. But this just slightly misses the mark. Having said that, don’t be put off reading the earlier books in the series because they are terrific.
6 October 2020
The Last One by Alexandra Oliva
A story around the making of a TV reality show, which turns into something else entirely. The tension just rolls off the page.
2 October 2020
Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary
It might have been written in 1955 but this children’s classic (for ages 7-10) is still great fun to read and gets the thumbs up from our reviewer aged 9 …
29 September 2020
What we read in September
Our Crime Fiction Book Group discussed six books at their last Zoom meeting and only one of them earned less than 4-Stars. Take a look to see if something catches your eye.
24 September 2020
On Chapel Sands by Laura Cumming
Part mystery, part biography, this is the intriguing story of Laura Cumming’s mother. Published to great acclaim in 2019 it was immediately shortlisted for the Costa Biography Award …
Joyland by Stephen King
A crime fiction story from the master of Horror. But this is a terrific story which is beautifully written. Hunt it down!
18 September 2020
Hitler’s Secret by Rory Clements
A wonderful blend of fact and fiction that’s created a really tense wartime thriller. It’s book 4 in the Tom Wilde series. If you haven’t read any of these before, start now.