Here two top notch police procedurals. In “The Trespasser “by Tana French, a young woman is found dead in her apartment. The most likely suspect is her boyfriend, but inspector Antoinette Conway thinks otherwise, especially when a superior begins to pressure her to press charges. This is “required reading for anyone who appreciates unflinching intelligence and ingenious plotting” (NY Times). In “The Moth Catcher” by Ann Cleaves, two murders startle a Northumberland community. Neither victim is native to the area, and the only the only connection between the two is a shared hobby. The playing out of this “intricate plot” is “atmospheric and well-wrought” (Publishers Weekly”).
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