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Night Shift by Robin Triggs

Anders Nordvelt arrives, newly promoted, at Australis, a mining base located in the desolate plains of Antarctica. As Chief of Security, it’s his responsibility to make daily life is as smooth as possible for the crew, however it’s soon apparent he’s not welcome. Complicated relationships and old resentment are just the beginning however, as when the night shift begins, so does the sabotage. The very future of humanity falls upon Anders, and he struggles to discover the traitor of the project.

A Taste of Blood Wine by Freda Warrington (2015 Review)

Charlotte Neville is stuck within a life where she simply watches from the sidelines, too afraid to do anything more. Her sisters are nothing like her, they know how to enjoy what’s to offer and actually make themselves noticed. Charlotte’s sense of safety crumbles however, when a stranger enters her life and befriends her family. They seem to adore him, but there’s something about him that just feels wrong and Charlotte is doomed to find out the truth…

House of Fallen Trees by Gina Ranalli

Karen Lewis is surprised to receive a call from her estranged brother’s partner, especially when said brother disappeared some time ago. Eager to learn more of his life, and perhaps even gain insight into his whereabouts, Karen agrees to visit the bed and breakfast she’s apparently now partly in ownership of. If the rural town of Fallen Trees wasn’t remote enough, the odd business her sibling was working on is even more isolated, and something within it seems restless.