Hanley carefully leads her reader through a minefield of deception, half-truth and emotional wreckage as aunts and cousins unravel in a fascinating spider web of cat and mouse, with Lloyd placed firmly at the helm of its development.
A riveting nautical crime tale that quickly cranks up a full head of steam, On A Carribean Tide delivers a compelling sense of adventure and a sure-footed plot with Lawhon careful not to sacrifice pace for superfluous detail.
Another deliciously over-the-top, debacle-drenched read from wordsmith Robin Anderson, ‘Pits, Privates and Feet’ will have you giggling and aghast in equal measure as your peruse its pages.
An intensely intriguing Legal Thriller that fires on all cylinders, A Cup Of Malice is one of those rare novels that promises much from its opening pages and delivers beyond our expectations.
A sleek, riveting and stylistically slick thriller Towles takes her readers on a harrowing journey into the heart of corporate greed with Salt Island certainly not slow off the mark!
Resolver is not just about the story it’s about style with Whippler succeeding in freshening the genre formula. It’s fast and tight and playful even when it’s sadistic and violent, which is often, and whilst a relatively short novel at 250 pages it feels longer in a good way because every page is packed tight with action and intrigue.
Avoiding the pitfalls of cliché his seven ‘Brady Cops’ are uniformly strong with their identities pivoting on their successes and failures which in turn justifies an intriguing array of coincidences and surprises.
Fast-paced, and with as many twists and turns as a Mediterranean coast road, ‘How Long is a Mouse’s Tail’ weaves swiftly and captivatingly through an intricate plot, whilst the foremost murderous mystery keeps the reader guessing.
A dark and compulsive immersion that finds Harris confidently orchestrating an atmosphere of danger and dread for a descent into an underworld inhabited by the most ruthless of London gangsters he’s a meticulous author of a type that is becoming increasingly rare.
A classy, edgy debut for Harris and one that’s sure to get his Summary Justice series noticed by avid readers of the genre, Eye For An Eye proves a genuine pageturner!