Sarah Bailey’s ‘Into The Night’ Keeps Us Guessing Every Step of the Way [REVIEW]

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One of Melbourne’s newest detectives must discover a murder victim’s best kept secrets to solve the crime. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A renowned celebrity. A shocking murder. The detective on the case must discover who among the victim’s entourage is friend or foe. But will she be able to figure it all out before the killer strikes again? Find out in Sarah Bailey’s new high-octane suspense novel, Into the Night.

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Meet Inspector Arkady Renko in Martin Cruz Smith’s Masterpiece, ‘Gorky Park’ [REVIEW]

Gorky Park, 1982

Pond in Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure, 1982 (Photo by RIA Novosti archive, image #510373 / Valeriy Shustov / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0)

A public venue. Three unidentified bodies. One determined investigator. Can one man solve a complicated case when no one in his own government wants him to do so? Find out in Martin Cruz Smith’s dazzling thriller, Gorky Park.  Read more of this post

Murder and Romance Meet in Laura Griffin’s ‘Touch Of Red’ [REVIEW]

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The crime scene was grisly. How could someone possibly survive? (Photo by Mark’s Postcards from Beloit, Flickr)

When a fingerprint expert is called out in the middle of the night, nothing can prepare her for what she will find: a gruesome crime scene without the usual clues. Does she have what it takes to find the killer? Find out in Laura Griffin’s latest Tracers novel, Touch of Red.  Read more of this post