Dark places

The Body Lies” by Jo Baker (“Longbourn”) is “a dark, riveting novel of psychological suspense”.   When a young writer accepts a job at a university in the remote English countryside, it’s meant to be a fresh start. But when a troubled student starts turning in chapters that blur the lines between fiction and reality, the professor recognizes herself as the main character in his book–and he has written her a horrific fate. “Knife” by Jo Nesbø (“The Snowman” finds series lead Harry Hole in a bad place. He’s been given a second  chance with the Oslo Police but it’s in the cold case office. His long-time partner, Rakel, is gone for good. And his nemesis, Svein Finne, is free after a decade in prison and is out for revenge against harry, who put him there. This is a thriller with a real edge to it.

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