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Cry For Help by Steve Mosby

Every time I read a Steve Mosby novel, I’m amazed at how good it is. ‘Cry For Help’ is just as good as the others that I’ve read. The story is told from the perspective of the two main characters. … Continue reading

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The 50/50 Killer by Steve Mosby

‘The 50/50 Killer’ was written by Steve Mosby in 2007 and now has a sequel ‘I Know Who Did It’. I read the sequel first and have been keen to read this novel since then. Having now read it, ‘I … Continue reading

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I Know Who Did It by Steve Mosby

‘I Know Who Did It’ (also published as ‘The Reckoning on Cane Hill’) is a sequel to Steve Mosby’s 2007 novel ‘The 50/50 Killer’. As I was hoping to read ‘The 50/50 Killer’ in the next few months, I hope … Continue reading

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Steve Mosby Profile and Books

Steve Mosby was born in Horsforth Leeds UK in 1976. He studied philosophy at the University of Leeds and went on to work in a number of jobs before starting to write seriously. His first two novels contain a mix … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Place by Steve Mosby

Having read ‘The Nightmare Place’ I couldn’t believe that I’ve not read anything by Steve Mosby before. This is one of the best crime thrillers that I’ve read this year and at times it made the hair stand up on … Continue reading

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