The Skeleton Road: A chilling, nail-biting psychological thriller that will have you hooked (Karen Pirie)

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The Skeleton Road: A chilling, nail-biting psychological thriller that will have you hooked (Karen Pirie)

The Skeleton Road: A chilling, nail-biting psychological thriller that will have you hooked (Karen Pirie)

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The Case of the Missing Conservatories'' is what lively and likeable Kate Brannigan, the English detective from Manchester introduced in Dead Beat , calls this, her second adventure, which founders Continue reading »

This superb novel should make Gold Dagger-nominee McDermid's reputation and bring her new readers in droves. It's December 1963 and teenage girls all over Britain are swooning to the Beatles' ""I Continue reading » McDermid's exhilarating fifth novel to feature Det. Chief Insp. Carol Jordan and Dr. Tony Hill (after The Torment of Others In McDermid's crafty stand-alone thriller, psychiatrist Charlotte "Charlie" Flint gives expert testimony at the Leicester murder trial of Bill Hopton that contributes to his acquittal. When Hopton Continue reading »

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An intriguing, 200-year-old mystery propels this multilayered stand-alone from British author McDermid set in England's Lake District. Scholar Jane Gresham pursues her theory that HMS Continue reading » Atmospheric, spine-chilling and brimming with intrigue and suspense, this is Val McDermid's richest and most accomplished psychological thriller to date. The Last Kids on Earth and the Skeleton Road is the sixth book of the main The Last Kids on Earth book series. has become the best of actor Robson Greer's omnipresent TV outings, has published most recently a Continue reading »

Fictionophile’s OCTOBER 2023 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp#Fictionophile October 31, 2023 The waitress at the Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel bar brings a bowl of potato chips. “You’re bad,” Val McDermid, the Scotswoman across the table from me, in town as the Continue reading »

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McDermid (A Clean Break) enters new ground with a dark tale that is more complex, more carefully crafted and far more disturbing than her Kate Brannigan mysteries. By the time the police admit that Continue reading » Meanwhile, the third narrative features The Department of Justice employees who are investigating the vigilante killings of war criminals. Their research has led them to believe that General Petrovic is the vigilante they seek and they aim to bring him up before a tribunal for his offenses.

Val McDermid, who was born in Fife, Scotland, is a No. 1 bestselling author whose novels have been translated into more than thirty languages, and have sold over eleven million copies. Each of the 11 collaborative tales in this stellar sequel to the International Thriller Writers’ anthology FaceOff (2014) pairs a top-rank female thriller writer with a male counterpart. Continue reading » Dr. Tony Hill and Carol Jordan, a former detective chief constable, still aren’t on speaking terms in their solid ninth outing (after 2013’s Cross and Burn), despite the closeness they once Continue reading »

The highly-anticipated ninth book in the #1 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling series, with over ten million copies in print! When a skeleton is discovered hidden at the top of a crumbling, gothic building in Edinburgh, Detective Chief Inspector Karen Pirie is faced with the unenviable task of identifying the bones. As Karen's investigation gathers momentum, she is drawn deeper into a world of intrigue and betrayal, spanning the dark days of the Balkan Wars. Much, much more than a mere police procedural “ The Skeleton Road” is actually three simultaneous narratives. Didactic in nature, the novel is meticulously researched and enlightens the reader in an entertaining way. This absorbing psychological novel of revenge shows British author McDermid (A Place of Execution) at the top of her form. In part one, set in 1978 in St. Continue reading »



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