"I loved this book, All the true crime books about East End and Essex criminals I have read have always been about men.
Well this book was not the same as the rest. Its about a woman surviving and"... (read full reviews)
"Another fantastic novel in this series- the mixture of historical fact and crime fiction is spellbinding. The atmosphere is the same as the first novel, but the story is etirely different. I have"... (read full reviews)
"Fast paced, full of twists and very welcome return visits from all our favourite characters, especially Conklin (the hottie!!). The story in this outing from The Women's Murder Club starts out as one"... (read full reviews)
"What a fascinating book. I am a huge crime fiction fan, so it was great to see what influence the Road Hill case and Jonathan Whicher had on early crime fiction. I have a family member who wants to"... (read full reviews)
"Donna Tartt's stunning debut novel is about a group of classics students at a university who are extremely insular, to the point they are only taught by one tutor and he only teaches them. The story"... (read full reviews)
"This is another wonderfully scripted book set in the Outer Hebrides; since Peter May's been writing the number of murder victims have risen by over 200% in these islands where nothing much happens"... (read full reviews)
"Another very good outing for Roy Grace and co. In this novel we meet some of the unsavoury characters from the underworld of Philately! I found this premis to be both fascinating (as a former child"... (read full reviews)
"Not my normal read (I picked it up not realising it was a spy thriller) but I was absolutely riveted by this book, which I just couldn't put down. A fantastically crafted depiction of a group of"... (read full reviews)
"The book, like so many others, begins at the beginning - or so at first it seems!
The reader is drawn into the story, layer by layer and, although very often convinced that I had guessed what was"... (read full reviews)
"This was the first book I have read from this author so had no pre-conceived ideas. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The book is written in the first person, the narrator being the main character who you"... (read full reviews)
"One of the funniest books I've ever read. I guess some of the humour is a little corny but it's really a very funny book. Just thinking about it makes me laugh. Really I couldn't put it down. The"... (read full reviews)
"Having read and enjoyed a Quiet Belief in Angels, I picked up Simple Act of Violence with high expectations. I was not disappointed. The scope of the book is wide, the characterisation, dialogue and"... (read full reviews)
"I have read many books in my lifetime and I love a good gripping book.The Key To A Fortune has everything that I like it has crime and violence and many twists.I have read the synopsis and some pages"... (read full reviews)
"It's Yorkshire, the 1970's. Kids are going missing, and the police are more corrupt than the villains they chase. Eddie's got a new job and he's stuck right in the middle of it all.This is stylish,"... (read full reviews)