Our Books: Police Procedural

  • Many Rivers to Cross

    Many Rivers to Cross

    by, Peter Robinson

    The new Banks crime novel from Peter Robinson sees Detective Superintendent Banks confronting a very contemporary crime with international connections in his Yorkshire town. A skinny young boy is found dead – his body carelessly stuffed into wheelie bi …

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  • Careless Love

    Careless Love

    by, Peter Robinson

    CARELESS LOVE is the thrilling twenty-fifth instalment in Peter Robinson’s Number One bestselling Banks series. The body of a young local student is found on a lonely country road. Initially the evidence points to suicide, yet she didn’t own a car and …

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  • Never Be Broken

    Never Be Broken

    by, Sarah Hilary

    Compulsive, gripping and dark, NEVER BE BROKEN is the stunning new novel in the Marnie Rome series, for fans of Peter James, Mark Billingham, and Val McDermid ‘Deeply contemporary, painfully real, heartbreakingly good’ Mick Herron ‘DI Marnie Rome is a …

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  • No Time To Cry

    No Time To Cry

    by, James Oswald

    From one of the UK’s biggest crime writers – the man brought you the bestselling Inspector McLean novels – comes a phenomenal new series guaranteed to have your heart in your mouth. Undercover ops are always dangerous, but DC Constance Fairchild never …

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  • The Killing House

    The Killing House

    by, Claire McGowan

    Forensic psychologist Paula Maguire returns in THE KILLING HOUSE, the sixth novel in Claire McGowan’s series. For fans of Sharon Bolton’s DAISY IN CHAINS and Elly Griffiths’ THE WOMAN IN BLUE. Peter James calls her novels ‘astonishing, powerful and imm …

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  • Come and Find Me

    Come and Find Me

    by, Sarah Hilary

    Gripping, tense, twisty and full of emotional insight, COME AND FIND ME is Sarah Hilary’s Marnie Rome 5 book, for fans of Mick Herron or Clare Mackintosh. ‘Hilary belts out a corker of a story, all wrapped up in her vivid, effortless prose. If you’re n …

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  • Sleeping in the Ground

    Sleeping in the Ground

    by, Peter Robinson

    A terrible crime. No obvious motive. Banks is on the case. ‘Top-notch police procedure’ – Jeffery Deaver A shocking mass murder occurs at a wedding in a small Dales church and a huge manhunt follows. Eventually, the shooter is run to ground and things …

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  • Crime Song

    Crime Song

    by, David Swinson

    David Swinson returns with a thrillingly dark novel, featuring Frank Marr, ‘a masterly piece of characterisation.’ (Tana French, author of The Trespasser) Frank Marr was a good cop with a bad habit, until his addiction to cocaine forced him into retire …

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  • Blood Symmetry

    Blood Symmetry

    by, Kate Rhodes

    Clare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted from Clapham Common early one morning. Hours later, the boy is found wandering disorientated. Soon after, a pack of Clare’s blood is left on a doorstep in the heart of the City of London. Alice Quentin is br …

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  • A Handful of Ashes: Dr Harry Kent Book 2

    A Handful of Ashes: Dr Harry Kent Book 2

    The second thrilling book in the London-set Dr Harry Kent series, the perfect mix of detective novel and medical drama. Susan Bayliss became notorious when she blew the whistle on her boss, a heart surgeon at a renowned children’s hospital. She accused …

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