List of 2015 murder books

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Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy: Building a Global Policy School in Asia by Kishore Mahbubani

In an industry of higher education that measures the longevity of its leading institutions in decades and centuries, the establishment and rapid growth of the eight-year-old Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY School), National University of Singapore, is a remarkable story that deserves to be told. The five co-authors, all of whom were involved in guiding the School during its formative years, provide unique perspectives of key events and the thinking behind major decisions that helped place the School on its current trajectory. They also provide insights into the challenges faced along the way as well as their own motivations in becoming part of this enterprise. Finally, each author provides his or her own thoughts as to the challenges and opportunities that could emerge for the LKY School in years to come.Read the chapters authored by dynamic, key founding and management personnel of the LKY School and discover for yourselves:
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Murder List A Novel AudioBook by Julie Garwood

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Sometimes you get in the mood for a little suspense, and there's no better way to scratch that itch than with a killer book—literally. Thrillers never fail to get your heart pumping, getting you turning the page at warp speed while also delivering an oddly satisfying uneasiness about what's to come. To add a bit of excitement to your bookshelf, we found some of the best thriller books out there—many of which have been adapted for the big screen. But the story that seems obvious is nowhere close to the truth. Created into a drama starring Emily Blunt, this story follows Rachel Watson, a commuter who catches sight of the same alluring couple every day while on her train ride. But on one ride, she witnesses something shocking, and unexpectedly becomes embroiled in an ever-complicated investigation.

The Sunday Times has pulled together the best 50 crime and thriller novels of the past five years. Sansom, these are the books that have made our hearts race and our pulses jump. See the list online at www. We wanted to celebrate this fantastic selection of crime books and have collected them together here for you to enjoy. Heartstone by C. England is at war. Into the decaying cul-de-sac of Bleeding Heart Square steps aristocratic Lydia Langstone fleeing an abusive marriage.

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But, in a welcome plot twist this year, two talked-up debuts justified the hype. In this genre, a throat-grabbing opening is obligatory, but what follows often fails to maintain the grip. Authors of successful franchises often become sick of revisiting the same protagonist each year: there are horror stories in publishing about the awful day when a top-selling writer of cop novels suddenly delivers a first-world-war bildungsroman. Both novelists have become expert technicians at the continuation of a signature brand. Peter James showed that a diversion this year into ghost stories with The House on Cold Hill had not diverted energy from his consistently impressive sequence of DS Roy Grace policiers , the 11th of which, You Are Dead Macmillan , confidently combines a cold case with a very hot one. The brilliantly versatile Laura Lippman combines the best elements of her standalone psychological novels with the greatest strengths of her series featuring journalist turned private eye Tess Monaghan in Hush Hush Faber , a Monaghan mystery that probes the extremities of maternal love. This is a novel that has the CIA failing to spot a problem from the past — an agent who is, Hamlet-like, avenging his dead father — and seeing but having little idea how to deal with the present difficulty of Islamist jihad.

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