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Zane Radcliffe (2005) The Killer's Guide to Iceland.

Callum Pope has fled his native Glasgow to make a fresh start in Iceland with Birna Sveinsdottir, a pretty glaciologist. As he moves in with Birna, her mother and Birna's eleven year-old daughter tensions begin to rise in the three-generation household of strong females.

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Ian Rankin (1997) Hide and Seek (Inspector Rebus Series).

Edingurgh's Inspector Rebus, a tough no-nonsense cop, investigates a junkie's death that looks like a satanic ritual killing.

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Ian Rankin (2008) Exit Music (Inspector Rebus Series).

Inspector Rebus' last case is an apparently motiveless murder. Ten days away from his mandatory retirement Rebus investigates Russian oligarchs who are infesting Scotland with corruption and greed.

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Derek Raymond (2008) How the Dead Live.

Cult writer Derek Raymond's third book in the Factory series is filled with explosive violence and reflections about dying and death. His nameless detective has left London to investigate the disappearance of a doctor's wife in the small village of Thornhill. The structure of the book follows "The Tibetan Book Of The Dead".

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Matt B. Rees (2007) The Collaborator of Bethlehem.

Omar Yussef, a modest 56-year-old schoolteacher in the Dehaisha Palestinian refugee camp, becomes an unlikely detective amid the violence of modern Bethlehem. Former Time magazine's Jerusalem bureau chief Matt Rees unfolds his plot with tragic inevitability.

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Christopher Reich (2009) Rules of Deception.

A surgeon for "Doctors without Borders" is climbing in the Swiss Alps with his wife, when she falls into a crevasse and dies. During the next few days he finds himself being hunted by the Swiss police and a mysterious assassin. Apparently, his wife had been leading a double life in the shady world of espionage. The "good doctor" quickly turns himself into a "tough operative". What nonsense!

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Kathy Reichs (2005) Monday Mourning.

It is not easy for forensic scientist Tempe Brennan to work with the chauvinist detectives Luc Claudel and Andrew Ryan, to whom she is sexually attracted. When the skeletons of three women are found in the basement of a pizzeria she suspects murder, while the detectives seem to be strangely indifferent. As a forensic anthropologist, Kathy Reichs knows what she is writing about.

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Kathy Reichs (2012) Bones Are Forever: A Novel.

Kathy Reichs, like her fictional character, Temperance Brennan, is forensic anthropologist for the province of Quebec, Vice President of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina. Obviously, she knows what she is writing about. She also keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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Ruth Rendell (2001) The Lake of Darkness. (First published in 1976)

Martin Urban, a quiet bachelor, wins a large fortune at the football pools. As he decides to share his newfound wealth with those in need the disaster begins to unfold. The seemingly normal benefactors of Martin's altruistic impulses are vicious nut cases. His good intentions become fatally distorted. One of Rendell's best novels.

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Ruth Rendell (2000) A Judgement in Stone. (First published 1977)

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