#150258. JO NESBO: POLICE A Harry Hole Thriller. The horribly disfigured corpse of an Oslo police officer is found at the scene of a cold case that he originally investigated, but didn’t solve! Two more officers are killed in the same brutal way. As the bodies mount, so do the suspects. This should be a case for Harry Hole, but he is missing. 628 pp. 4x7”. Softcover.
A torrential winter rain in Shetland triggers a landslide that sweeps away an old croft house. Everyone thinks the house is uninhabited but in the wreckage Jimmy Perez finds the body of a woman – an improbably glamorous woman clad in a red silk dress. Who is she and how did she die? 387 pp. 6x8”.
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#151337. JAMES PATTERSON: 11TH HOUR. A Women’s Murder Club Novel. A notorious drug dealer is gunned down using a weapon taken from the evidence locker in Detective Lindsay Boxer’s own department. The same murder weapon is linked to the deaths of four of San Francisco’s most untouchable criminals. Is one of her closest colleagues a vicious vigilante? 477 pp. 5x8”. Softcover.
Hired to inventory the possessions of an elderly woman who has recently moved into a care home, house-sitter Thea Osborne and her fiancé Drew make a grim discovery in a barn on the property. Is the body they find a victim of suicide – or something more sinister? 319 pp. 5x8”. Softcover.
When her boss sends her to Castle Doune to retrieve a rare edition of “Oor Willie” from a courier costumed as William Wallace, Delaney Nichols thinks her dream job at Edinburgh’s Cracked Spine bookshop is going to be even more fun than usual. But the courier is murdered – and Delaney’s job becomes an investigation that pushes her into an increasingly dangerous plot. 304 pp. 6x8”.
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#151957. PETER TREMAYNE: THE CHALICE OF BLOOD A Mystery of Ancient Ireland. In AD 670 an eminent scholar of the Celtic Church in Scotland is found murdered and manuscripts are stolen from his room. How did the perpetrator escape from a room locked on the inside? This complex and dangerous case tests the wits of Fidelma and Eadulf, and they must wrestle with problems that threaten to separate them forever. 368 pp. 6x9”.