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Sometimes you need to do something different: Kate Ellis

By Roz DeKett Kate Ellis is nothing if not prolific. The House of Eyes, just published, is the twentieth novel in her Wesley Peterson series of crime novels set in the South West of England. She has five crime novels … Continue reading

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It’s about telling a good story: Maha Gargash

By Roz DeKett As Maha Gargash notes herself, few books come out of the United Arab Emirates that are written by and about Emiratis. So her second novel, That Other Me, is a rare gem in more ways than one. … Continue reading

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A different kind of book each time: Lisa Lutz

By Roz DeKett “This book is a blueprint for what I would do if I were running from the law,” Lisa Lutz says. The Passenger is Lisa’s ninth book, a  crime thriller published on March 1, 2016 by Simon & … Continue reading

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We’ve all got a book in us: Elizabeth Jackson

By Roz DeKett Elizabeth Jackson’s second novel, Kicking Over The Traces, takes the reader through a dramatic year in the life of her gypsy heroine, Florence. When her mother dies, leaving Florence nothing but a red coat, she gives up … Continue reading

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