Tag: crime fiction

No 591 The Bat by Jo Nesbo

I’m a big fan of Jo Nesbo and his dark, troubled creation Harry Hole. Nesbo has just published The Thirst, his eleventh in the Harry Hole series. I’ve read almost all the books, but thought I would go back to the beginning and read The Bat, the first Harry Hole novel written in 1997 but…

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The Lost by Claire McGowan

    In Claire McGowan’s incredibly assured debut novel The Lost, forensic psychologist Paula Maguire looks at the photographs of a group of missing girls and notes All of them lost, in their own ways The same could be said for all the characters in this tightly plotted and intricately woven thriller as McGowan explores…

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