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Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey

Maud is forgetful. But there is one thing she is sure of: her friend Elizabeth is missing. The note in her pocket tells her so. Maud will get to the bottom of it. Because somewhere in her damaged mind lies the answer to an unsolved seventy-year-old mystery.

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

On an Autumn day in 1686 eighteen-year-old Nella Oortman arrives at a grand house in Amsterdam to begin a new life as wife of wealthy merchant ...Full Article

The Book Of You by Claire Kendall

Clarissa is frightened of her colleague Rafe. He won’t take ‘no’ for an answer. He is always there. Being selected for jury service is s relief. ...Full Article

Mrs. Hemingway by Naomi Wood

In the dazzling summer of 1926, Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley travel from their home in Paris to a villa in the south of France. ...Full Article

Want You Dead by Peter James

Single girl, 29, redhead and smouldering, love of life that’s crashed and burned. Seeks new flame to rekindle her fire. Fun, friendship and – who knows ...Full Article

The Fever Tree by Jennifer McVeigh

1880, South Africa – a land torn apart by greed. Frances Irvine, left penniless after her father’s sudden death, is forced to emigrate to the Cape. ...Full Article

A Dark and Twisted Tide by Sharon Bolton

Police Constable Lacey Flint thinks that she is safe. Living on the river, working on the river, swimming in the river, she has never been happier. ...Full Article

Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews

‘This is a delicate task which will require great skill. You must destroy an American agent. Dominica Egorova is loyal. She loves her country. But they ...Full Article

Chocolate Shoes and Wedding Blues by Trisha Ashley

Tansy Poole dreams of weddings, shoes…and chocolate. And when she inherits a run-down shoe shop tucked away in the village of Sticklepond, Cinderella’s Slippers is born ...Full Article

Bridget Jones ‘Mad About The Boy’ by Helen Fielding

Pondering modern dilemmas, Bridget Jones stumbles through the challenges of single-motherhood, tweeting, texting and rediscovering her sexuality in what some people rudely and outdatedlycall ‘middle age’.
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