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Siege by Simon Kernick

A normal afternoon in London’s Stanhope Hotel. Newly engaged Elena Serenko has just made the life-changing decision to quit her job and start a new life in Australia.Full Article

Winter Of The World by Ken Follett

(Book Two of the Century trilogy) Five interlinked families live out their destinies as the world is shaken by tyranny and war in the mid-twentieth century.Full Article

A Mistletoe Kiss by Katie Flynn

It was only a mistletoe kiss, Miss Preece told herself, stepping out into the icy December evening and locking the library doors behind her. A mistletoe kiss means nothing, ...Full Article

A Wanted Man by Lee Childs

When you are as big and rough as Jack Reacher – and you have a badly set, freshly busted nose, patched with silver duct tape – it isn’t easy ...Full Article

V For Vengeance by Sue Grafton

  Las Vegas, 1986. A young college graduate is murdered after coming into contact with nororious criminal Lorenzo Dante. Two years later a private investigator Kinsey Mallone helps to ...Full Article

Innocent Foxes by Torey Hayden

‘ The thing you’ve got to understand about foxes’ Dixie said, ‘is that they are innocent of what they are doing. They’ve got no idea they’re destroying what they ...Full Article

The Winter Palace by Eva Stachniak

The story of Catherine the Great’s ruthless rise to power, seen through the eyes of a young girl groomed as the Empress’s spy in eighteenth-century Russia. When Vavara, a ...Full Article

British News Brief for the week

Monday 14th January   Lord Heseltine joins fray on Britain’s future in Europe   THERE is a great deal of political posturing going on in Britain at present with ...Full Article

Singing the praises of Plaza del Charco

Plaza del Charco in Puerto de la Cruz  is without doubt the social hub of the town and my favourite place in Puerto.The raised square sheltered by age-old, long-established ...Full Article

Tenerife needs Sunday shopping

Debate about liberalisation of opening hours is set to rage. How do you stand on Sunday trading? As a shopper, you are probably all in favour. If you are ...Full Article
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