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Category: Crime Fiction

Crime Fiction

Red Snow

Red Snow is the sequel to Dark Pines and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. After Dark Pines helped me get the hang of audiobooks, I knew I had to listen to the sequel, Red Snow….

Crime Fiction

Hope Never Dies

Did you say Obama and Biden crime mystery? Sign me up! Hope Never Dies is pure fan fiction, following a retired Joe Biden as he comes to grips with life after vice presidency. It’s been over six months since he…

Crime Fiction

Dark Pines

Gavrik sits on the edge of Utgard forest, a dark and dense expanse of spruce trees. The town relies on two things, forestry and hunting. At the start of elk hunting season a body is found in the forest. Twenty…

Crime Fiction

Genuine Fraud

Genuine Fraud is so Lockhart. I suppose it’s a psychological thriller, something I tend to steer clear of these days but I gave it a go because I just love Lockhart’s writing style. It does also manage to avoid some…

Crime Fiction

I Know a Secret

Rizzoli and Isles is one of the few crime fiction series I have stuck with over the years. I just love the regular characters so much andthere’s always a decent helping of stuff about them, rather than just the crime….

Crime Fiction, Young Adult

Monsters

Peculiar is one of my least favourite words. Everyone is always describing me as peculiar, especially grown-ups. All is not well in the Cornish town of Fowey. The body of a women has washed ashore in this quiet, seaside holiday…

Crime Fiction

Die Again

Die Again is the 11th book in the Rizzoli and Isles series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Six years ago, a group of tourists head into the Botswana bush to experience the “real Africa”….