Monthly Archives: September 2019

KNIFE – Jo Nesbo

Devotees to Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series, and others that have gripped us to follow them avidly, get pretty fond of the main characters. Take Rakel, for instance. Harry’s saving grace, I would have said, and Harry needs all the … Continue reading

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Dancing In Valhalla – John West

A pot-pourri of edgy stories; some severely unrelated to others as if they were written at lengthy intervals and boxed together to make up a novel-length book. However, if you like original tales, you can’t go wrong with Dancing in … Continue reading

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THE WAREHOUSE – Rob Hart

As an entertaining read, this thriller is a success, with splendid characterisation, mounting tension and fear of a seemingly disastrous outcome. Set in a near-future USA where the corporate giants have gobbled up the entire existences of most of the … Continue reading

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