Sabine Durrant, Fergus McNeill, Kate Rhodes
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This event last happened on 17 October 2014
A breathtakingly-tense psychological thriller from the author of highly praised Under Your Skin. Sabine’s portrayal of the mind of a sociopath is disturbingly real in her gripping new book Remember Me This Way. This clever, twisty murder story with a satisfyingly unexpected ending will have you gripped…
What if someone wished their life was more like yours? Exactly like yours. And what if they lived upstairs? Fergus McNeill’s new unputdownable crime novel is Cut Out featuring Detective Inspector Harland. Creepy and compelling this is a darker shade of noir that should keep you awake long after bedtime…
Fergus McNeill is the author of Eye Contact and Knife Edge. As well as writing crime novels, he has been creating computer games since the early eighties, writing his first interactive fiction titles while still at school. He is now running an app development studio.
The Winter Foundlings is the third novel from Kate Rhodes. The book is a new take on the genre and follows a female criminal psychiatrist working on the case of abducted children in London. “A terrific new heroine on the block” Woman and Home
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