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20th July 2017
DEAD PRETTY, by Candy Denman

Dr Jocasta Hughes, thirty two years old, a willowy blonde with a wicked sense of humour and an unsatisfactory love life, works part time as a GP in Hastings, a small English fishing town, and is on call as a Forensic Medical Practitioner for the local police. When it becomes clear that there is a vicious serial killer on the loose, Jo finds herself increasingly at risk.

The first in Candy Denman’s new Jocasta Hughes mysteries series.

Candy Denman trained as a nurse, and worked in the NHS almost all her life, until managing recently to disengage herself in order to become a full-time crime writer. She has also written a number of scripts for such highly-acclaimed TV series as The Bill and Heartbeat.

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24th August 2017

The third in the Inspector Truchaud ‘wine and crime’ mystery series set in the vineyards of Burgundy sees Truchaud following up a mysterious phone call, with explosive results.

R.M. Cartmel has been a writer one way and another since being a medical student at Oxford. After a long career as a successful and much sought-after GP, R.M. Cartmel decided to retire from practice and to dedicate himself full-time to the creation of crime fiction.

“After an explosive start, RM Cartmel’s latest vintage offering slips down very easily, with an intriguing finish.” Jasper Morris, Master of Wine, author of Inside Burgundy

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12th October 2017
SMALL DEATHS, by SW Williams

A serial killer is loose behind the lines on the Western Front during the First World War. As the armies mass against each other readying for battle, someone is kidnapping and killing children. The military is indifferent – civilian problems are not their affair. The police are powerless – the military will not allow civilians to investigate in a war zone. Set against the build-up to the battle of Cambrai in November 1917, this historical thriller builds to an unexpected, heartbreaking finale.

Small Deaths is SW Williams debut crime fiction novel.

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23rd November 2017
THE POISON CELL, by Julian Hayes

The true story behind one of the shoddiest episodes of political intrigue and outright lies in the lead-up to the Iraq war. A seventeen-year-old boy asleep in his flat, the police pound at the door, a nightmare begins. Not Moscow under Stalin, but London 2003, in thebuild-up to the invasion of Iraq. A terrifying true story of power, pressure, and political perversion – and of the hard-won triumph of truth and integrity. Julian Hayes, the criminal defence lawyer who represented the teenaged Sidali, tells in vivid detail the nail-biting story of his arrest, trial, and eventual exoneration.

Julian is a hugely experienced lawyer. He heads one of the most progressive and exciting firms in London. This is his first book.

“This is the story of a process that was long and arduous but did, ultimately, demonstrate the true value of the jury system and why it should always underpin our criminal justice system.” Toby Hedworth QC

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