Dark City by Eddie Muller

I love film noir. I'm really into classic movies in general, but the way that film noir movies are bleak, urban, sometimes mysterious, full of men who can't get a break, femme fatales in sharp hats, and the inevitability of fate... It's such a great genre. Many of these movies were lost and the whole …

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The Innocent Dead (Rhona MacLeod #15) by Lin Anderson

Karen is struggling following the recent death of her husband, and might be starting to remember something about the events of years ago, but can she trust her mind not to play tricks on her? Meanwhile, two swimmers find the body of a girl left in the peat bog. The preserved remains could be the …

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The Darkest Evening (Vera Stanhope Mystery #9) by Ann Cleeves

The Darkest Evening is the ninth and latest from Ann Cleeves series featuring detective Vera Stanhope. Vera is driving back from the office when she goes off course in a snowstorm, and comes across a car left with it's door open and an unattended baby inside. As there is no one nearby, she takes the …

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What I Learned From Reading Every Single Agatha Christie Book.

A prolific writer who has made it to the Guiness Book of Records as the bestselling author of all time, Agatha Christie is a remarkable writer. Largely known for her detective stories, often featuring the Belgian Detective Poirot or the oft underestimated elderly Miss Marple of St Mary Mead, she also wrote plays, including Mousetrap, …

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