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Killing me softly by Nicci French

Nicci + French were coming to Cambridge and I decided I must read another book for them before I see them live. Given that we already had Killing me softly, it was a no-choice kind of read. 135 more words

Tuesday's Gone - Nicci French

Psychotherapist Frieda Klein thought she was done with the police. But once more DCI Karlsson is knocking at her door.

A man’s decomposed body has been found in the flat of Michelle Doyce, a woman trapped in a world of strange mental disorder. 239 more words

Reading - Reviewing Of Reads

5 of the best psychological thrillers

I’ve always loved psychological thrillers or suspense novels. I read the first one when I was just 10 years old — Robert C. O’Brien’s The Silver Crown… 742 more words

Psychological Thriller

Nicci French: Blue Monday a day for murder

Nicci and French obviously mastered the structure and style of crime fiction, and they do know how to get the readers’ attention. The book is thrilling yet formulaic, and contains all the ingredients you find in similar book: innocent victims, evil, mysterious pseudo-scientific facts, the scientist who is strange, brilliant and has issues herself. 136 more words

The Twilight Hour - Nicci Gerrard

Published October 2014

Eleanor Lee is fiercely independent. She has lived alone well into her nineties, despite her now near-total blindness. Now, finally, she has been persuaded by her children to move into a home. 218 more words

Interview with Nicci Gerrard

The other day I read & reviewed The Twilight Hour, which is in the running for my Book of the Year 2014. It’s a wonderful, touching story, and you can read my… 1,584 more words

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Tequila Mockingbird

I’ve been writing a review of some Nicci French novels for Everybody’s Reviewing, an offshoot of Everybody’s Reading.  I’ve blogged about these before so I won’t say too much but you can find the ‘Blue Monday’ series on Goodreads: 462 more words

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