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Crime and horror recommendations please

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Offline SimonWood Reading A Pinch of Snuff by Reginald Hill
24 Mar 2011, 07:37 PM | Post: #21

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RE: Crime and horror recommendations please

(24 Mar 2011 02:01 PM)Charlotte Wrote:  I have just finished reading The Lincoln Lawyer Michael Connelly really good read, now on the 2nd one The Brass Verdict

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I liked it a lot and I fancy seeing the film.
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Offline jmbarlog
25 Mar 2011, 05:56 PM | Post: #22

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Windows to the Soul

College campus supernatural horror thriller
Offline Linda Gillard Reading JANE EYRE by Charlotte Bronte
07 Apr 2012, 12:01 AM | Post: #23

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Are you wanting crime and horror? Or crime or horror? Either way you might like THE SURVIVAL OF THOMAS FORD by John A A Logan. I've just left a 5-star review for this on Amazon...

"LITERARY FICTION MEETS TARTAN NOIR
If anyone is still in any doubt about whether indy-published ebooks have produced any debut novels of outstanding quality, John A. A. Logan's THE SURVIVAL OF THOMAS FORD should convince. It's a beautifully written page-turner. Compelling, at times horrific, it's also very funny. (The McCallums, father & son are two of the most stomach-churning, yet entertaining villains you could dread meeting up a dark alley.) Logan dances on a literary knife edge between gothic horror and high comedy, producing writing of a high order.

But how on earth did this excellent novel fail to find a traditional publisher? I've no idea, but I predict it will become a Kindle bestseller on word-of-mouth alone."
Offline LindaGruchy Reading The Chandelier Ballroom by Elizabeth Lord
07 Apr 2012, 08:36 AM | Post: #24

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I've just started it, and it is good.

Currently Reading:A Pinch of Snuff by Reginald Hill Last Book I Read:The Eiger Sanction Favourite Genres:crime, mystery, thriller, horror
Currently Reading:JANE EYRE by Charlotte Bronte Last Book I Read:THE SUN'S COMPANION by Kathleen Jones Favourite Genres:Contemporary fiction, classics, historical fictionFavourite eBooks:
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Currently Reading:The Chandelier Ballroom by Elizabeth Lord Last Book I Read:Fake Kate Favourite Genres:crime. women's fiction