Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Dead Good newsletters

With ideas for your to be read piles, here are the latest Dead Good newsletters:

PLUS: Netflix picks for Making A Murderer fans – and an exciting Thomas Harris announcement!
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This month's new books




Ah, autumn. The leaves are turning brown, the mornings are crisp and chilly and the brand new books are out in force – just in time for the longer nights.

With the return of John Rebus and a new Simon Serrailler instalment to look forward to, October offers the perfect opportunity to return to two award-winning crime series – or if you’re looking to discover something new, why not try a gripping new conspiracy thriller by an anonymous author, or a tense, authentic courtroom drama by a practising lawyer?

Whatever you choose to read this month, one thing is for sure – you'll be spoiled for choice!







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Netflix picks
With Making A Murderer returning to our screens this month, here are our recommendations for fans of the show.

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One month to go...
The new Jack Reacher's just around the corner – and we've got first three chapters to whet your appetite.



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Top reads
Richard and Judy book club author Amy Lloyd shares her favourite crime novels. How many have you read?

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Breaking news
Get excited: Hannibal Lecter creator Thomas Harris is to publish a brand new book next year!



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Grappling with failed relationships, heartbreak and fear, this gripping read packs a punch!
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This week's deal


Silence of the Grave
Arnaldur Indridason
£4.99 99p
When a skeleton is discovered half-buried in a construction site outside of Reykjavík, Inspector Erlendur finds himself knee-deep in both a crime scene and an archaeological dig. Bone by bone the body is unearthed, and the brutal history of a family who lived near the building site comes to light. As Erlendur tries to crack this cold case, he must also save his daughter from self-destruction and somehow glue his hopelessly fractured family back together.

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Winner of a CWA Gold Dagger, Silence of the Grave is a perfect example of Nordic noir at its best. In this tense and atmospheric murder mystery, Indridason skilfully weaves together both past and present to create a gritty tale about the forgotten victims of unsolved crime. Grappling with failed relationships, heartbreak and fear, this gripping read packs a punch!






"The storyline grabs you from beginning to end. If you love a good mystery, murder or crime theme, Indridarson has it all." 


Frances, Amazon reviewer



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Jane Shemilt, author of How Far We Fall, looks at the enduring appeal of Macbeth

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Jørn Lier Horst takes us behind the scenes of new TV series, Wisting.



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Ultimatum
Simon Kernick
£4.99 99p
Shortly after eight on a cold February morning, an explosion blasts through a café in central London. Minutes later, a call from an unknown terror group warns that a far greater attack will be launched in twelve hours' time. It’s a terrifying race against time for DI Mike Bolt and DC Tina Boyd as they chase their targets across the city in a desperate bid to stop a major atrocity – before it's too late…
 

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Ultimatum is a tense, action-packed read that will have you racing to the end in no time. Building on insights gained from talking both on and off the record to members of the Met's Anti-Terrorist Branch, nothing is off limits as Simon Kernick draws the reader straight into the action. With short, fast-paced chapters, this edge-of-your-seat thriller is perfect for devouring in one sitting. 






"Simon Kernick has to be, in my mind, the best crime writer ever." 


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Steve Charnock reviews the latest nerve-shredding instalment of BBC's Bodyguard

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Dive into the novel from the winner of the Daily Mail first crime novel competition



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