Cop Town by Karin Slaughter

Atlanta 1974

As a brutal killing and a furious manhunt rock the city, Kate Murphy wonders if her day on the police force will also be her last.

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Power Play by Danielle Steele

Fiona Carson has proven herself as CEO of a multi-billion dollar high tech company – a successful woman in a man’s world. Devoted single mother, world – class strategist and tough negotiator, Fiona has to keep a delicate balance every day.

Meanwhile, Marshall Weston basks in the fruits of his achievements. At his side, his wife, Liz, who has gladly sacrificed her own career to […]

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I Am Malala

The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban

When the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley, one girl fought for her right to an education. On Tuesday 9th October 2012, she almost paid the ultimate price when she was shot in the head at point-blank range.

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Sure-fire ways to ease your pain

Whether your pain has just come on or you’ve lived with it for years, these tried-and-tested self-help steps can bring you relief.


Get some gentle exercise

Simple, everyday activity like walking, swimming, gardening and dancing can ease some of the pain directly by blocking pain signals to the brain.

Activity also helps lessen pain by stretching stiff and tense muscles, ligaments and joints.

It’s natural to be hesitant […]

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Spare Brides by Adele Parks

The 1920s: a time of hope, promise – and parties. But not all the men came home from the war.  Meet the spare brides.

Young, gorgeous – and unexpectedly alone Ava relishes the freedom of being single.

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A Place called home by Dilly Court

(This is a Sunday Times bestseller)

Born out of wedlock when her mother was only 14, Lucy Pocket has spent all her life in the care of her grandmother, Eva. They dodge from one poor lodging house to another, always in debt and resorting to theft in order to exist. Until her wealthy, paternal grandfather buys Lucy from Eva, determined to to bring her […]

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Genesis showcases Hyundai’s quality

A whole lot can be achieved in a day – even if it includes a flight from Glasgow to Birmingham and back with an hour-plus chauffeur drive to and from my destination in between.

Windmill Hill Archive in the spectacular grounds of Waddesdon Manor in Ay-lesbury was where Hyundai was holding a driving event.

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Get out and about to increase your bone strenght

It’s true that our bones tend to lose strength as we get older. But even in later years, there is plenty we can do to slow down bone loss and avoid the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis.

In general, our activity levels tend to drop as we get older. You may feel you don’t have the energy to exercise or that you may harm yourself in some way. […]

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First photo contest produces three winning shots

These stunning shots of Fuerteventura will help to promote the island around the world, including in Poland, Italy, Germany, the UK and France.

They were chosen as the winners of the first photographic competition organised by the Cabildo and will be used for external promotions.

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Canaries promote new Rome flights

The Flight Development Fund run by the Canary Government has led to two new Vueling routes to Rome.

Tourism chiefs were in the Italian capital recently to promote the new service to  Fuimicino airport from Gran Canaria.

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