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The Stranger by Harlan Coben

Adam Price has a lot to lose: a comfortable marriage to a beautiful woman, two wonderful sons, and all the trappings of the American Dream – a big house, a good job, a perfect life. But then he meets a stranger in a bar. And he learns a devastating secret about his wife.Full Article

A Song Of Shadows by John Connolly

Grievously wounded but unbroken, private investigator Charlie Parker faces the darkest of forces in a case with its roots in the Second World War, and a concentration camp unlike ...Full Article

No Cure For Love by Peter Robinson

As a detective in the LAPD Threat Management Unit, Arvo Hughes has dealt with every kind of stallker there is – and in 1990s Hollywood, he is not short ...Full Article

Killing Ways by Alex Barclay

In the game of vengeance, he hold a killer hand. Dark times lie ahead for FBI Special Agent Ren Bryce when she takes on a depraved serial killer fuelled ...Full Article

A Girl’s Guide To Moving On by Debbie Macomber

When Leanne and her daughter-in-law Nicole went through divorces at the same time. they compiled a list to help them move on from the heartbreak. Now, two years later, ...Full Article

Dark Corners by Ruth Rendell

(This was her final novel, as she sadly passed away last year) When Carl sells a packet of slimming pills to his close friend, Stacey, inadvertently causing her death, ...Full Article

Songs Of Love And War by Santa Montefiore

Their lives were mapped out ahead of them. But love and war will change everything. West Cork, Ireland, 1900. The year marks the end of a new century, and ...Full Article

Trust In Me by Sophie McKenzie

Julia has always been the friend that Livy turns to when life is difficult. United 18 years ago by grief at the brutal murder of Livy’s sister, Kara, they ...Full Article

Refusal by Felix Francis

When Sir Richard Stewart, Chair of the horseracing authority, demands ex-investigator Sid Halley examine some suspicious races, he is given a firm ‘no’. Sid retired six years ago – ...Full Article

The Guanches and Barranco de Badajoz

It is now considered almost certain that the original inhabitants of the islands were Berbers from North Africa, who according to the oldest dating evidence from fragments of Libyan-Berber ...Full Article
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