LAST BREATH by George Shuman

I finished the second novel in the Sherry Moore series just as quickly as the first, and I already have the third sitting on my side table at home. The concept of a blind woman…

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SACRIFICE by S.J. Bolton

I first stumbled across S.J. Bolton when her third novel Blood Harvest won the CWA Gold Dagger for Crime Novel of the Year. It sounded brilliant, but being the way I am, I had to…

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18 SECONDS by George Shuman

What an original thriller! The storyline is simple enough: a blind woman who suffered massive head trauma as a child has the extraordinary capacity to ‘see’ the last 18 seconds of a dead person’s life…

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GIRL MISSING by Tess Gerritsen

This was my first Tess Gerritsen novel, and apparently quite a good place to start. This was Gerritsen’s first cross over into crime, moving away from romance, and for a crime debut it was pretty…

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ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS by J T Ellison

I’m a little late to the J T Ellison party, mostly because she doesn’t appear to have an Australian publisher. To be totally honest, I’ve been reading some rocking crime lately, and this one didn’t…

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