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The Dirty Secrets Club, by Meg Gardiner

The Dirty Secrets Club   What's behind the double deaths?The Dirty Secrets ClubBy Meg GardinerDutton. 368 pp. $24.95 Reviewed by Maxine Clarke Imagine being a rich, successful person, top of your game in sports, medicine, television or the law. But … Continue reading

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The Risk of Darkness, by Susan Hill

The Risk of Darkness Third in the Simon Serrailler trilogy, and the most exciting, THE RISK OF DARKNESS continues the story from where THE PURE IN HEART left off, with the Lafferton police depressed after the child abductions. Simon is … Continue reading

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A greater evil, by Natasha Cooper

A Greater Evil A GREATER EVIL is the eighth Trish Maguire book, but my first – I enjoyed it a lot, and it didn't matter that I hadn't read the earlier titles. Although the murder near the start of the … Continue reading

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