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What’s new, copycat?

assachusetts author Peter Swanson has a bibliography packed with fiendish twists, strong characters and clear nods to past crime greats such as Patricia Highsmith and Alfred Hitchcock. In his latest novel, , he leans hard into his love for the genre, centring the story on a specialist bookseller caught up in

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