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[PDF] In Cold Blood by Truman Capote

Authors: Truman Capote

In Crime, Classics, Nonfiction, Mystery

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Controversial and compelling, In Cold Blood reconstructs the murder in 1959 of a Kansas farmer, his wife and both their children. Truman Capote's comprehensive study of the killings and subsequent investigation explores the circumstances surrounding this terrible crime and the effect it had on those involved

[PDF] The Bat (Harry Hole #1) by Jo Nesbø

Authors: Jo Nesbø

In Crime, Thriller, Fiction, Mystery

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Detective Harry Hole is meant to keep out of trouble. A young Norwegian girl taking a gap year in Sydney has been murdered, and Harry has been sent to Australia to assist in any way he can.

[PDF] Bloody Valentine by James Patterson

Authors: James Patterson

In Crime, Thriller, Mystery

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Mega rich restaurant owner Jack Barnes and his second wife Zee are very much in love. However, their plans for Valentine's Day are about to be torn apart by the most violent murder.

[PDF] People Who Eat Darkness by Richard Lloyd Parry

Authors: Richard Lloyd Parry

In Crime, Nonfiction, Mystery

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In the summer of 2000, Jane Steare received the phone call every mother dreads. Her daughter Lucie Blackman - tall, blonde, and twenty-one years old - had stepped into the vastness of a Tokyo summer and disappeared forever. That winter, her dismembered remains were found buried in a desolate seaside cave.

[PDF] Ripley Under Ground (Ripley #2) by Patricia Highsmith

Authors: Patricia Highsmith

In Crime, Thriller, Fiction, Mystery

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The Buckmaster Gallery is staging another Derwatt exhibition, but now an American collector claims that the expensive masterpiece he bought three years ago is a fake.

[PDF] House of Correction by Nicci French

Authors: Nicci French

In Crime, Thriller, Fiction, Mystery

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‘So,’ said Mora Piozzi, her lawyer, looking down at her laptop. ‘In brief: you are charged with the murder of Stuart Robert Rees, on December 21st, between the hours of ten-forty in the morning and half-past three o’clock in the afternoon.’