Highest Lives by Gordon Brown @GoJaBrown @StridentPublish @AnneCater #HighestLives

Source: Review copyPublication: 8 October 2019 from Strident PublishingPP: 272ISBN-13: 978-1910829387 In cities across North America people are dying in seemingly impossible ways. Is history s most outrageous serial killer on the loose? When LAPD Detective Sarah Tracy is secretly instructed to recruit Craig McIntyre to help her investigate the deaths, she is unaware thatContinue reading “Highest Lives by Gordon Brown @GoJaBrown @StridentPublish @AnneCater #HighestLives”

The Crown Agent by Stephen O’Rourke @sorourke_ @SandstonePress @CerisAnne #TheCrownAgent

Source: Review copyPublication: 7th November 2019 from Sandstone PressPP: 228ISBN-13: 978-1912240760 In 1829, disillusioned young doctor, Mungo Lyon, is recruited by the Crown to investigate a mysterious murder and shipwreck off the coast of Scotland. His adventures lead him on a pursuit across the Scottish countryside, to kidnap and treason, an unwanted trip to theContinue reading “The Crown Agent by Stephen O’Rourke @sorourke_ @SandstonePress @CerisAnne #TheCrownAgent”

A Minute to Midnight by David Baldacci (Atlee Pine #2) @davidbaldacci @panmacmillan @laurasherlock21

Nuanced, layered and immensely compelling storytelling. A Minute to Midnight by David Baldacci (Atlee Pine #2) @davidbaldacci @panmacmillan @laurasherlock21

Nine Elms by Robert Bryndza (Kate Marshall #1) @RobertBryndza @LittleBrownUK @TheCrimeVault @Kirsteenastor #NineElms

Source: Review copyPublication: 1st November in e-book; 4 January 2020 in hardback from SpherePP: 416ISBN-13: 978-0751572728 Kate Marshall was a promising young police detective when she caught the notorious Nine Elms serial killer. But her greatest victory suddenly became a nightmare. Fifteen years after those catastrophic, career-ending events, a copycat killer has taken up theContinue reading “Nine Elms by Robert Bryndza (Kate Marshall #1) @RobertBryndza @LittleBrownUK @TheCrimeVault @Kirsteenastor #NineElms”

Cage by Lilja Sigurðardóttir (Reykjavík Noir #3) trs by Quentin Bates @Lilja Sigurðardóttir @orendabooks @graskeggur @annecater #Cage #blogtour

Source: Review copyPublication: Out now in e-book: Paperback 17th October 2019 from Orenda Books PP: 276 ISBN-13: 978-1912374496 Drugs, smuggling, big money and political intrigue in Iceland rally with love, passion, murder and betrayal until the winner takes all … in the masterful, explosive conclusion to the award-winning Reykjavík Noir trilogy… The prison doors slamContinue reading “Cage by Lilja Sigurðardóttir (Reykjavík Noir #3) trs by Quentin Bates @Lilja Sigurðardóttir @orendabooks @graskeggur @annecater #Cage #blogtour”

Bad Memory by Lisa Gray (Jessica Shaw #2) @lisagraywriter @amazonpub #BadMemory

Source: Review copyPublication: 24 October 2019 from Thomas & MercerPP: 315ISBN-13: 978-1542092326 Quiet towns keep big secrets. Private investigator Jessica Shaw is leading a quiet life in a Californian desert community, where she spends her days working low-level cases. But when a former resident asks Jessica to help her sister, Rue Hunter—a convicted murderer whoseContinue reading “Bad Memory by Lisa Gray (Jessica Shaw #2) @lisagraywriter @amazonpub #BadMemory”

Her Last Breath by Alison Belsham @AlisonBelsham @TrapezeBooks @alexxlayt #HerLastBreath

Source: Review copyPublication: Available now in ebook and in paperback from Trapeze on 6th February 2020PP: 416ISBN-13:   978-1409182672 The body count is rising…and the clock is ticking. When a young woman is attacked and left fighting to survive in hospital, the police are pulled into a race against time to save her life. ButContinue reading “Her Last Breath by Alison Belsham @AlisonBelsham @TrapezeBooks @alexxlayt #HerLastBreath”

Deadly Secrecy by Andrew Scott @AndyMurrayScott

Source: Review copy Publication: 18 January 2019 from Twa Corbies PublishingPP: 284ISBN-13: 978-0993384028 Cross-border relations between Westminster and Holyrood are tense over nuclear policy as journalist Willie Morton investigates the death of anti-nuclear activist Angus McBain and begins to suspect he was killed for what he knew. Was there UK Government collusion in the murderContinue reading “Deadly Secrecy by Andrew Scott @AndyMurrayScott”

Rule Britannia by Alec Marsh (Drabble and Harris #1) @AlecMarsh @MidasPR @AccentPress #RuleBritannia

Source: Review copyPublication: 26 September 2019 from Accent PressPP: 336ISBN-13: 978-1786157188 The first book in a light-hearted historical adventure series set during the mid-twentieth century. Follow the adventures of Cambridge historian and mountaineer Ernest Drabble as he travels to Cornwall to inspect the decapitated head of Oliver Cromwell – a macabre artefact owned by aContinue reading “Rule Britannia by Alec Marsh (Drabble and Harris #1) @AlecMarsh @MidasPR @AccentPress #RuleBritannia”

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