Time of Death by Mark Billingham

The Missing Two schoolgirls are abducted in the small, dying Warwickshire town of Polesford, driving a knife into the heart of the community where police officer Helen Weeks grew up and from which she long ago escaped. But this is a place full of secrets, where dangerous truths lie buried. The Accused When it’s splashedContinue reading “Time of Death by Mark Billingham”

The Tears of Angels by Caro Ramsay

Past crimes cause new murder in this tense and twisting psychological thriller A few days before the summer solstice a 92-year-old woman is found burned to death in her home. On the same day, a man’s mutilated corpse is discovered in a field, his arms ripped from their sockets, a Tarot card depicting The FoolContinue reading “The Tears of Angels by Caro Ramsay”

Meeting Marnie Rome – guest post by Sarah Hilary

I reviewed Sarah Hilary’s No Other Darkness here at the beginning of January. I said then that I doubted if I would read a finer crime novel this year and so far that holds true. So I am really chuffed that Sarah has written a post for this blog, as part of her blog tour,Continue reading “Meeting Marnie Rome – guest post by Sarah Hilary”

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