A ‘bloody’ busy schedule – the perks of having an ‘international’ career.

Long day at work today, planning out my diary for the next three months. August/September spells the start of budget season for me, and I now have to start clearing out the spreadsheets ready to start plotting what money and resources I need to run my part of the business in 2017. Yes; it is …

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‘Threat’ by Hugh Fraser – Rina Walker is back in this dark and somewhat twisted tale

‘Threat’ by Hugh Fraser, is the second book to feature Rina Walker, a highly skilled assassin who is in demand from members of London’s gangland. Set in 1961, this story follows Rina as she becomes embroiled in the search for some missing working girls on behalf of Tony Farina. Seven girls have gone missing from …

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Unmasking the hidden victims of abuse: ‘Someone Else’s Skin’ by Sarah Hilary

‘Someone Else’s Skin’ by Sarah Hilary introduces us to the characters of DI Marnie Rome and DS Noah Jake. Sent to a women’s refuge to try and convince one of the residents to give evidence against her brother, Marnie and Noah find themselves in the midst of mayhem, a vicious attack in which the lines …

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Jessie survives a school shooting to find herself running for her life in Arlene Hunt’s ‘Last to Die’ (@arlenehunt)

Surviving a shooting at the High School in which she works, Jessie Conway is thrust, unwillingly, into the spotlight as the hero of the hour. The woman who brought down the two young men who had murdered two of her colleagues and would surely have continued to kill unrepentantly. But Jessie doesn’t feel like a …

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