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Cross Justice by James Patterson

Alex Cross left his hometown, and some awful family tragedies for a better life with Nana Mama in Washington, DC.He hasn’t looked back. Now his cousin Stefan has been accused of a horrible, unthinkable murder, and Cross drives south with Bree, Nana Mama, Jannie and Ali to Starksville, North Carolina, for the first time in 35 years. Back home ...Full Article

The Italian Matchmaker by Santa Montefiore

Gianluca has to admit that his life is empty. His marriage is over, and he barely knows his young daughters. In search of serenity, he flees to Italy, to ...Full Article

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

(A Richard and Judy Book Club Choice) Ove is almost certainly the grumpiest man you will ever meet. He thinks that he is surrounded by idiots – joggers, neighbours ...Full Article

Queen’s Gambit by Elizabeth Fremantle

Thirty one and twice widdowed, Katherine Parr must return to court- where an aging King Henry V111 has just had his fifth wife beheaded, and is searching for a ...Full Article

The Devil In The Marshallsea by Antonia Hodgson

London, 1727 – and Tom Hawkins is in trouble. The wayward son of a country parson, his taste for wine, women and cards has led him in irons to ...Full Article

The Martian by Andy Weir

I’m stranded on Mars. I have no way to communicate with Earth. If the oxygenator breaks down, I will suffocate. If the water reclaimer breaks down, I’ll die of ...Full Article

Memory Man by David Baldacci

Amos Decker would forever remember their violent deaths. When he returned home sixteen months ago to find the bodies of his wife and only daughter, he didn’t think that ...Full Article

Cross My Heart by James Patterson

Alex Cross is being hunted. Now his predator is priming himself for the kill. As a police detective, Cross has devoted his life to protecting others. Now he is ...Full Article

Prunes For Breakfast by John Searancke

This is the story of John’s parents, told mostly from the side of his father, from the time of his calling up in early 1940 to his release from ...Full Article

The Last Embrace by Pam Jenoff

August, 1940 :Sixteen-year-old Addie flees fascist Italy to live with her aunt and uncle in Atlantic City, where she finds friendship with the Connally family and their three sons. ...Full Article
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