Monthly Archives: December 2016

Marshall’s Law by Ben Sanders – 2016

Marshall Grade has been laying low in witness protection after quite spectacularly not doing so in American Blood, the previous novel in the Marshall Grade series. But when he finds out U.S. Marshal Lucas Cohen, his witness protection contact, was kidnapped … Continue reading

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The Cloud Leopard’s Daughter by Deborah Challinor – 2016

The Cloud Leopard’s Daughter is the third in Challinor’s Kitty / Smuggler’s Wife series, and as well as pushing the story along she packs it full of backstory for those new to the characters, or maybe to remind her readers who … Continue reading

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London Lies Beneath by Stella Duffy – 2016

A tale of London – not the London of commerce, science and suffragettes but that of the slums of Walworth with its overcrowding, costermongers and kids scrounging through the mud of the Thames for the odd useful find; the “Real … Continue reading

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Spare Me the Truth by CJ Carver – 2016

CJ Carver describes herself as “half-English, half-Kiwi” and Spare me the truth is the first of her novels I have read, despite it being the eighth she has written.  And I will be reading more!  Spare me the truth is … Continue reading

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