Tuesday November 24, 2020

A year for new spine-chillers

Prepare to be seduced, scared and hopefully hugely impressed.

1st January, 2005

Prepare to be seduced, scared and hopefully hugely impressed.

Some of the most spine-chilling of contemporary authors will publish new novels in 2005.

There will be blood and gore courtesy of Patricia Cornwell, surveillance secrets and dubious prisoner pardons thanks to John Grisham, and even a mystery saga featuring Sherlock Holmes, by Caleb Carr.

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