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19Apr

Thrillers of the month – review roundup

Suburbia grows sinister in Joanna Cannon’s third novel, a singles club hides secrets in Jacqueline Sutherland’s debut and a twin hunts her sister’s killer in Will Dean’s latest

Joanna Cannon
The Borough Press, £16.99, pp400

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