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A searing, revealing, white-knuckle ride into the heart of a crime family straight out of tomorrow's headlines.
The eagerly awaited second book in the Claire DeWitt series, featuring 'one of the genre's most original characters in years . . . as if David Lynch directed a Raymond Chandler novel' (CNN).
In this gripping novel, award-winning crime writer Matt Rees sheds his own light on the enigma of Caravaggio's wild life and mysterious death.
'Breathtaking... Strindberg's Star brilliantly evokes the mysterious worlds of Jules Verne, interwoven with the pulse-pounding, techno-thrillers of James Bond' - Katherine Neville, bestselling author of The Eight
1959: Bodies have started turning up around London, dismembered in the same bizarre and horrifying way. Is it possible that the blood trail leads back to Troy's police force and his own forgotten past?
'I wonder what you'd think of me if you found out that I've done something really serious.' So begin the confessions of Thomas Quick - Scandinavia's most notorious serial killer.
A deliciously atmospheric and exciting Victorian mystery.
Every bullet tells a story - Detective Harry Bosch searches for a killer who thinks he's been safe for twenty years.
Bury your bodies deep and your secrets deeper.
A thrillingly inventive novel about spies and their secrets, fathers and sons, lovers and fate, and duplicity and loyalty -a wonderful maze of intrigue built from the espionage classics of the Cold War.