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The Red House Mystery (FULL Audiobook)
The Best British Crime/Mystery Fiction
By Richard Montanari. One of them is named lead detective on two long-unsolved murders that seem to have inspired a new round of grotesque and seemingly random killings. By Dan Fesperman. On his first day on the job, a freshly minted police detective is assigned to fish a corpse out of the Hudson, the ninth floater that week and one of some a year. A more civilized sensibility survives in the old, frail man on the Lower East Side who charges a modest fee to write letters for illiterate clients frantic for news of their relatives back home in Eastern Europe. By Clare Mackintosh. The big twist in this psychological thriller is genuinely shocking, a tribute to the fair-and-square plotting of the first-time novelist.
Please refresh the page and retry. A guide to the best crime fiction of Updated monthly. T his is an unusual thriller set on the fringes of the modern art world that is dark, haunting, twisted - and, in its own way, unforgettable. It centres on Mia, an art student in Nottingham, who gets seduced by Jack Flood, the cold, heartless enfant terrible of modern art. She goes back to his hotel room, has a drink and the next thing she knows, she is waking up in a state of undress on the bed. Will her forgotten night in his hotel room end up in a gallery somewhere?
Another year, another twelve months of brilliant books! Instead we enlisted the help of some true experts when it comes to crime writing — the authors themselves! Liz Nugent , author of Lying in Wait :. I thoroughly enjoyed Girl Unknown by Karen Perry. Middle class academic, David, is on the brink of promotion but is surprised when a new student introduces herself as his daughter.