In Dust and Ashes
THE TENTH INSTALMENT IN THE HANNE WILHELMSEN SERIES.
Don’t miss this unforgettable, explosive finale to Anne Holt’s bestselling Hanne Wilhelmsen series.
In 2001, three year old Dina is killed in a tragic car accident. Not long thereafter Dina’s mother dies under mysterious circumstances, and Dina’s father Jonas is convicted of her murder.
In 2016, the cold case ends up on the desk of Detective Henrik Holme, who tries to convince his mentor Hanne Wilhelmsen that the father might have been wrongly convicted. Holme and Wilhelmsen discover that the case could be connected to the suicide of an eccentric blogger as well as the kidnapping of the granddaughter of a EuroJackpot millionaire.
My Mother's Secret
‘A gripping page-turner – the twists kept coming!’ Catherine Ryan Howard
You can only hide for so long…
Lizzie Bradshaw. A student from the Lake District, forced to work away from home, who witnesses a terrible crime. But who will ultimately pay the price?
Emma Taylor. A mother, a wife, and a woman with a dangerous secret. Can she keep her beloved family safely together?
Stella Taylor. A disaffected teenager, determined to discover what her mother is hiding. But how far will she go to uncover the truth?
And one man, powerful, manipulative and cunning, who controls all their destinies…
My Sister, the Serial Killer
Sunday Times bestseller and The Times #1 bestseller
Longlisted for the Booker Prize 2019
Shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2019
Winner of the 2019 LA Times Award for Best Crime Thriller
Capital Crime Debut Author of the Year 2019
‘A literary sensation’
‘A bombshell of a book… Sharp, explosive, hilarious’
New York Times
‘Glittering and funny… A stiletto slipped between the ribs and through the left ventricle of the heart’ Financial Times
When Korede’s dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, Ayoola, she knows what’s expected of her: bleach, rubber gloves, nerves of steel and a strong stomach. This’ll be the third boyfriend Ayoola’s dispatched in, quote, self-defence and the third mess that her lethal little sibling has left Korede to clear away. She should probably go to the police for the good of the menfolk of Nigeria, but she loves her sister and, as they say, family always comes first. Until, that is, Ayoola starts dating the doctor where Korede works as a nurse. Korede’s long been in love with him, and isn’t prepared to see him wind up with a knife in his back: but to save one would mean sacrificing the other…
The Liar's Girl
Shortlisted for the Edgar Award, Best Novel 2019
Irish Times’ Best Book of the Year, 2018
‘Dark, yes, but tender too. The Liar’s Girl is tightly plotted and crackles with suspense.’ Ali Land, author of Good Me Bad Me
Her first love confessed to five murders. But the truth was so much worse.
Will Hurley, Dublin’s notorious Canal Killer is in prison, ten years into a life sentence.
His ex-girlfriend Alison has built a new life abroad, putting her shattered past behind her.
Then the copycat killings start. Will holds the key to unlocking these crimes, but he’ll only talk to Alison. Can the killer be stopped before there’s another senseless murder? And after all these years, can Alison face the past – and the man – she’s worked so hard to forget?
‘A killer premise that totally delivers. A creepy, claustrophobic tale that never lets up on the tension while also managing to strike a truly tender note.’ Caz Frear, author of Sweet Little Lies
Jar of Hearts
‘Jar of Hearts will have readers gasping in shock. Suspenseful, gritty and utterly unforgettable.’ Riley Sager, author of Final Girls
Five years ago, Geo’s first love was revealed as a terrifying serial killer.
But he escaped custody and went on the run.
Now, bodies have started turning up, killed in exactly the same way as before.
The message is clear: he’s making his way to her, one murder at a time…
‘Utterly authentic’ Daily Mail
Detective Inspector Kieran Shaw is not interested in the infantry. He likes the proper criminals, the ones who can plan things. As head of Operation Perseus – a covert police investigation into a powerful criminal network – Shaw is about to make the arrests of his career.
But then the brutal murder of a teenager sends a shockwave through the very organization he has been targeting, threatening not only Shaw’s case, but everyone with a connection to the boy who was killed on Gallowstree Lane…
‘An authentic depiction of gang life and police politics with first class writing.’ Sunday Express
A Grave for Two
‘Anne Holt is the godmother of modern Norwegian crime fiction.’ Jo Nesbø
Don’t miss the start of a new series from the bestselling author of Modus
Selma Falck has lost everything. Her family has left her and her career as a high-flying lawyer is in ruins. Then one day, the man who is to blame for her downfall rings the doorbell, in desperate need of help. If she can do what he asks, Selma will have a chance at getting her old life back.
But when a body turns up, showing links to the case Selma is working, it becomes clear that she has become caught up in something she shouldn’t have. And as another person is found dead, Selma must find the killer before it’s too late…
‘Step aside, Stieg Larsson, Holt is the queen of Scandinavian crime thrillers.’ Red Magazine
The Secrets of Strangers
**Shortlisted for ‘best novel’ in the 2021 Ngaio Marsh Awards!**
A regular weekday morning veers drastically off-course for a group of strangers whose paths cross in a London café – their lives never to be the same again when an apparently crazed gunman holds them hostage. But there is more to the situation than first meets the eye and as the captives grapple with their own inner demons, the line between right and wrong starts to blur. Will the secrets they keep stop them from escaping with their lives?
Another tense, multi-dimensional drama from the writer of the Richard & Judy bestseller AFTER THE FALL.
‘tautly plotted, gripping and emotional’ – Clare Mackintosh
When 21-year-old Oli sets sail from Australia she embarks on a trip that will open her eyes to life’s possibilities. Some years later, fluent in the language of the ocean, she is the only female crew member on-board a yacht delivery to New Zealand. There, in the darkness below deck, she learns something new: at sea, no one can hear you scream.
Below Deck is about the moments that haunt us, that fan out like ripples through the deep. It is a novel about the vagaries of consent, about who has the space to speak and who is believed.
The rare book world is stunned when a reclusive collector, Adam Diehl, is found on the floor of his Montauk home: hands severed, surrounded by valuable inscribed books and original manuscripts that have been vandalised beyond repair. Adam’s sister, Meghan, and her lover, Will – a convicted if unrepentant literary forger – struggle to come to terms with the seemingly incomprehensible murder. But when Will begins receiving threatening handwritten letters, seemingly penned by long-dead authors, but really from someone who knows secrets about Adam’s death and Will’s past, he understands his own life is also on the line – and attempts to forge a new beginning for himself and Meg.
In The Forgers, Bradford Morrow reveals the passion that drives collectors to the razor-sharp edge of morality, brilliantly confronting the hubris and mortal danger of rewriting history with a fraudulent pen.