Author Archives: djpaterson

About djpaterson

Reader, Writer, Arithmeticer. Not always in that order.

Review: Don’t Make a Sound, by David Jackson

You can’t choose your family. Or can you? Meet the Bensons. They’re an ordinary couple. They wash their car, mow their lawn and pass the time of day with their neighbours. And they have a beautiful little girl called Daisy. … Continue reading

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Review: Exit Strategy, by Colleen Cross

  Diamonds, Danger, and Disappearance A Katerina Carter Legal Thriller Out of work and running out of money, private investigator and fraud expert Katerina Carter desperately needs more clients or she’ll be forced to go crawling back to a cubicle … Continue reading

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Review: Seek and Destroy, by Alan McDermott

  She got away once. They can’t let it happen again. Eva Driscoll is on the run. She has a new identity, and the best part of $20m liberated from the CIA. Henry Langton is dead but his sinister allies … Continue reading

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Review: Lost and Found, by JL Simpson

Hot on the success of her first case, British female sleuth Daisy Dunlop can count the offers of work on one finger. An empty bank account and the need to prove to her business partner, private investigator Solomon Liffey, that … Continue reading

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Review: Devil’s Kitchen, by Stephen Puleston

How far would you go for the one you love? It is Inspector Ian Drake’s first murder case and he’s keen to do a good job and impress his superiors. When the body of man and a woman are found … Continue reading

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Review: Fallout, by Karla Forbes

The British government is being blackmailed by criminals who got their hands on a quantity of plutonium left over from the Cold War. There is only one man who knows their identity and can prevent a disaster, but he is … Continue reading

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Review: Mortom, by Erik Therme

Andy Crowl barely knew his recently deceased cousin, Craig Moore, so he’s especially surprised to be named as the sole beneficiary in Craig’s will. Not that there’s much to inherit: just an empty bank account and a run-down house. Once … Continue reading

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