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Invisible City by Julia Dahl - book review

Invisible City by Julia Dahl - book review

When the body of a Hasidic Jewish woman is found in a New York scrapyard, rookie reporter Rebekah Roberts finds herself immersed in a cloistered world where it soon becomes clear she is not welcome.

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Beau Death by Peter Lovesey

Beau Death by Peter Lovesey - book review

When the demolition of an old cottage exposes the skeleton of a man dressed in eighteenth-century clothes, an extraordinary chapter of Bath’s history looks like it may well have to be rewritten.

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Believe Me by J P Delaney

Believe Me by J P Delaney - book review

One of last year’s most outstanding thrillers was JP Delaney’s The Girl Before, a mesmerising exploration of obsession and deceit which was quickly snapped up for the big screen by Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment.

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