The Eye in the Dark The DCI Dani Bevan detective series Book 12

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The Garansay Press #ad - For months, she has experienced a deepening sense of dread whenever she steps onto an aeroplane. Autumn carlisle loves her job as cabin crew supervisor for Lomond Airlines. At least she did. Bevan becomes embroiled in a multiple murder investigation which drags up deadly secrets from the past. The eye in the dark is the 12th instalment in the DCI Dani Bevan series of detective novels.

There is more to the case than it first appears. Her dreams are filled with horrific scenes of injury and destruction. It feels as if death itself is chasing her down…DCI Dani Bevan is asked by an old friend to probe into the suicide of an air stewardess down in London. Autumn fears she may not be able to continue in the career she adores.

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Black Quarry Farm: DI Angus Henderson 8

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#ad - Is this the breakthrough the di craves, or a sideshow to stop him investigating the vineyard owner who consorts with serious criminals?The case drives Henderson towards a ruthless individual, one who will kill anyone getting too close to his business or to members of his family. What readers are saying about black quarry farm‘keeps the tension until the end’ NetGalley reviewer‘Intriguing story and a great read’ NetGalley reviewer‘This is a well written and plotted novel as are all of Iain Cameron's Angus Henderson books in this series.

Could you sleep, knowing the danger?The tranquil air of a Sussex vineyard is shattered when a holidaying couple are found riddled with bullets. It has all the hallmarks of a mob hit or a drugs deal gone wrong, but DI Angus Henderson isn’t so sure. Investigations reveal someone else had booked the same week at the holiday house as the victims, but cancelled at the last minute.

Black Quarry Farm: DI Angus Henderson 8 #ad - His characters are lifelike and believable. Netgalley reviewer‘the story was great and it had an interesting plot so if you're looking for a good thriller, this one is for you. Netgalley reviewer‘unputdownable’ amazon reviewerdi angus henderson crime SeriesOne Last LessonDriving into DarknessFear the SilenceHunting for CrowsRed Red WineNight of FireGirls on FilmBlack Quarry FarmMatt Flynn Thriller SeriesThe Pulsar FilesDeadly Intent.

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Dark Enough to See The DCI Dani Bevan detective novels Book 11

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Garansay Press #ad - He was shot dead on the threshold, whilst his dinner guests sat in the next room. It brings dani into contact with one of the detectives on the original investigation, a man haunted by a case which brought tragedy to those it touched. Can dani and her team solve the murder after so much time has passed and when the evidence from the original inquiry led the police nowhere? As they re-visit the witnesses and delve once more into the past, the detectives must ask who they can really trust.

Dark enough to see is the 11th book in the DCI Dani Bevan detective series. In 2003, a businessman responded to a knock at the door of his remote cottage in the Highlands of Scotland. The killer was never found. Fifteen years later, dci dani bevan and the heavily pregnant DI Alice Mann, attend a conference on the cold case.

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The Good Woman The Craig Crime Series Book 22

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Hamilton-Crean Publishing #ad - Sightings of two mysterious women in the area make the case one of the most confusing in years, and the unravelling of long-held secrets leads Craig and his senior officers to a perilous stand-off in which someone dies. Meanwhile, a boy who was kidnapped from portugal in twenty-seventeen and trafficked for adoption to America is abducted for a second time, and the unearthing of a century old Irish grudge sends two of Craig’s team searching for answers across the sea.

There are family traumas in the extended investigation team as well, with more than one relationship coming under extreme strain and another sparking deportation fears. Now complete the the craig crime series: a limited justice the grass tattoo the visitorthe waiting roomthe broken shore the Slowest Cut The Coercion Key The Careless WordThe History SuiteThe Sixth Estate The Sect The KeeperThe Talion CodeThe TribesThe PactThe Cabal The Killing Year The Running of the DeerThe PropertyCrossing The LineThe Depths The Good Woman.

The Good Woman The Craig Crime Series Book 22 #ad - When a body is found in an unusual location near Belfast’s Cave Hill, the Murder Squad led by Marc Craig is called to investigate. Happy events too, with the early signs of a truce between two sworn enemies and more than one team member planning romance. The good woman: Appearances Often Deceive. The books in the craig Crime Series may be read as a series or as standalone novels.

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Nowhere to Hide: An exciting British crime novel Inspector Drake Book 7

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#ad - And it cost her her life. He knows the dirty games they play to evade arrest. This time, they will have nowhere to hide”Scroll up and grab a copy today. A murdered mother. A failing police force. A detective looking for justice. When drug addict dawn Piper is found dead in her own home, her neighbours are far from surprised.

. As he digs deeper, he discovers that Dawn hoped to clean up the streets of her community that are being overrun by drugs and the dangerous County Lines gangs that sell them. Dawn’s habit led her to mix with some dangerous people. Have the police force failed the community they serve?Drake is used to the murky world of organised crime groups.

Nowhere to Hide: An exciting British crime novel Inspector Drake Book 7 #ad - But this quiet mother of one was small fry. Would anyone want dawn dead? Inspector Drake knows there is more to Dawn’s murder than a simple drug deal gone wrong. But in his toughest case to date Drake is determined to make the guilty pay.

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The Depths The Craig Crime Series Book 21

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Hamilton-Crean Publishing #ad - What the detectives find leads them to Dublin and a violent confrontation, while the team’s analysts uncover an international enterprise so sinister that everyone finds it hard to take in. Meanwhile, one of the lab’s staff ends up locked in a cell, the squad’s detective inspector is awaiting the outcome of an Ombudsman’s investigation that isn’t looking positive, and Craig gets a personal shock.

The depths: Some crimes are beyond forgiveness. The books in the craig Crime Series may be read as a series or as standalone novels. Now complete the the craig crime series:a limited justicethe grass tattoothe visitorthe waiting roomthe Broken ShoreThe Slowest CutThe Coercion KeyThe Careless WordThe History SuiteThe Sixth EstateThe SectThe KeeperThe Talion CodeThe TribesThe PactThe CabalThe Killing YearThe Running of the DeerThe PropertyCrossing The Line.

The Depths The Craig Crime Series Book 21 #ad - When the belfast murder squad is asked to investigate a suspicious death in Tyrone, an old photograph found in their victim’s pocket sets them on an unexpected trail.

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TURPITUDE: Detectives investigate a sinister murder in this gripping Scottish murder mystery Detective Inspector Munro murder mysteries Book 10

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THE BOOK FOLKS: best-selling crime fiction publishers #ad - Detectives munro and west get more on their plate than they bargained for in this clever murder mysteryDI Charlie West is investigating a series of incompetent moped robberies when three fingers are found in a refuse site. The investigation leads the team to a local restaurant, the university campus and, much to their chagrin, repeatedly to the municipal dump.

But when a man walks into a jeweller’s shop and calmly bashes in the head of the owner, they have a murder case on their hands. Despite the discovery of a man in some discomfort due to missing the fingers on his hand, the investigation draws blanks. It will take the wisdom of Munro, officially retired and recovering from heart bypass surgery, to see the connections between these places and events.

TURPITUDE: Detectives investigate a sinister murder in this gripping Scottish murder mystery Detective Inspector Munro murder mysteries Book 10 #ad - With plenty of red-herrings, twists and a satisfying ending, you’ll love the latest DI Munro mystery. Turpitude is a standalone in a series of ten books featuring these detectives. The others in the series are all available FREE with Kindle Unlimited and in paperback. They are set in and around Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland.

In order of publication, they are:1. She2. Avarice3.

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SILENT CRIMES a totally captivating crime mystery Detective Sophie Allen Book 8

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Joffe Books crime thrillers #ad - A picture begins to emerge. The police also find out that someone has been in the area asking about the tramp recently. He’s been dead for a week. Sophie and her team try to piece together something about his life, but progress is slow. No one is quite what they seem. Then a hidden package is discovered near his rudimentary shelter.

Looking for a gripping mystery by a best-selling author? Full of twists and turns, this crime thriller will keep you turning the pages until the satisfying conclusion. An intricate mystery full of buried secrets detective sophie allen’s daughter discovers the body of a reclusive tramp in remote woodland in Dorset.

Her brilliant mind conceals some dark secrets from her past. He was an important member of a commune that had a three-year existence on a farm on the Quantock Hills in Somerset more than decade earlier. What happened in the commune and why are people still dying because of it?discover the truth in this captivating crime mystery.

SILENT CRIMES a totally captivating crime mystery Detective Sophie Allen Book 8 #ad - If you like angela marsons, colin dexter, Rachel Abbott, Ruth Rendell, or Mark Billingham you will be gripped by this exciting new crime fiction writer. What readers are saying about mICHAEL HAMBLING“Very well written and highly recommended. Viv“an utterly compelling book from Michael Hambling. Ron“the characters were a diverse, mixed bag of well-developed, realistic personalities.

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Ryan's Christmas: A DCI Ryan Mystery The DCI Ryan Mysteries Book 15

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#ad - From the #1 international bestselling author of holy island and impostorchristmas can be murder…after a busy year fighting crime, in the case of ds Phillips, DCI Ryan and his team of murder detectives are enjoying a festive season of goodwill, mulled wine and, a stottie cake or two—that is, until a freak snowstorm forces their car off the main road and into the remote heart of Northumberland.

Must face the spectres living inside the castle walls to uncover the grisly truth, before another ghost joins their number…Murder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast-paced crime whodunnit set amidst the spectacular Northumbrian landscape. It seems no mortal hand could have committed the crime, so Ryan and Co.

Ryan's Christmas: A DCI Ryan Mystery The DCI Ryan Mysteries Book 15 #ad - Lj ross keeps company with the best mystery writers” – the times“A literary phenomenon” – Evening Chronicle“LJ Ross is the Queen of Kindle” – Sunday Telegraph. It’s all fun and games—until one of the guests is murdered. Their christmas spirit is soon tested when they’re forced to find shelter inside England’s most haunted castle, where they’re the uninvited guests at a ‘Candlelit Ghost Hunt’.

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BACK TO LIFE: A Scottish Crime Thriller A DCI Harry McNeil Crime Thriller Book 2

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#ad - But the victim’s false identity is just the beginning…Edinburgh DCI Harry McNeil’s dangerous job wasn’t made for relationships. So when a female officer’s mutilated remains wash up in a canal, it feels like proof he was right to leave his long-time girlfriend. If you like hardboiled detectives, and snappy banter, dark humor, then you’ll love John Carson’s unputdownable tale.

Buy back to life to decode a treacherous conspiracy today! And someone is determined to make certain those secrets never come to light…Can McNeil catch the killer before the deadly tables are turned on him?BACK TO LIFE is the second book in the gritty DCI Harry McNeil Scottish crime thriller series. But the investigation takes an unexpected turn when he discovers the corpse was carrying a police ID belonging to a cop already dead and buried.

BACK TO LIFE: A Scottish Crime Thriller A DCI Harry McNeil Crime Thriller Book 2 #ad - Digging deeper, mcneil learns the woman was actually a software engineer nosing around high-tech, classified projects and poking into murky government corners. It looked like a simple murder case. So when a second body surfaces, he fears the truth lies in the darkest corners of greed and corruption.

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The Invisible Man Slater & Norman Mystery Series Book 14

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#ad - When bereaved mother lizzie becker comes to Slater and Norman for help it looks like a simple case of someone with a sick mind sending a malicious text message. At every turn, they encounter a tangled web of lies and deceit that seems designed to throw them off the scent and lead them in new directions.

Finally, despite the fog of confusion they seem to have stumbled upon the answer, but as they close in on their suspect they realise they’ve been misled yet again and the race to catch a suspect becomes a race to prevent a murder! Then it becomes clear the message has been sent from a mobile phone that went missing two years ago when Lizzie’s daughter, Lilly, died in a car crash.

The Invisible Man Slater & Norman Mystery Series Book 14 #ad - As the detectives look into the circumstances of Lilly’s death they soon find they’re in the middle of a convoluted investigation that seems to throw up more questions than answers.

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