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Guest Post on The Accomplice

I’ve been pushing The Murderbot Diaries for a while and now my friend (and excellent crime writer) Ann Rawson is addicted too. She kindly asked me to explain why I love Murderbot so much on her new blog about the … Continue reading

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Review: The Witch House, by Ann Rawson

    “The day I found Harry’s body started well.” The opening line of The Witch House draws us into this twisty psychological whodunit with the death of someone familiar to the narrator, Alice Hunter. Alice’s day had been going … Continue reading

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