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A sex monster stalks Boston, but inflicting horror and panic are the only things that excite him … FBI Special...
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A NEW LIFE; A NEW WORLD. Recently orphaned and disappointed in love, Sarah Kingsley leaves England and joins the flow...
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Trapped in the spotlight of unwanted fame, Blue Erhardt must make some life-changing decisions in this clever and uniquely plotted...
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At the age of sixteen, young and innocent Janthina sets sail from Canada to spend a year with her grandparents...
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Cambridge, 1921. When amateur sleuth Jonty Stewart comes home with a new case to investigate, his partner Orlando Coppersmith always...
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Can their once heart racing love be revived? Although Dr Tessa Lane had only met Dr Giles Rutherford once, three...
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Between 1868 and 1914 - Donald Read's 'Age of Urban Democracy' - English society acquired its modern shape: economically, it...
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The blue sapphire is the gem which the Ancients called the hyacinthus and which Solinus described as ‘a gem that...
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Keith Calder’s gunsmithing used to be confined to the tools of sport. Did he ever expect to encounter an assassin?...
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A golden opportunity, an immensely wealthy client and a killer dying to cash in. For caterer Goldy Schulz, who’s been...
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England. 1650s. As the strife of the English Civil War subsides, Oliver Cromwell is now Lord Protector. But the Royalists...
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The third in the compelling Berkeley series, following To All Eternityand The Quest. After a lifetime of espionage for the British Government,...
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What was the lurking terror that menaced their love? When Ruth Lindsay becomes secretary to the distinguished author Dominic Granville,...
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Born in 1754, Prince Talleyrand was brilliant, witty and always dangerous. He survived the French Revolution, helped make and break...
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Hidden pasts and secret identities… Stewardess Diana Harris realised she had been ‘picked-up’ when she accepted the help of English...
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Gordan Cross, ace crime reporter of the Daily Clarion, is detailed by his News Editor to discover the identity of a...
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Harriet’s birth was no more than respectable and although she had wealthy relatives she herself was penniless. Cast upon the...
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The love of a woman and the story of a country. It’s 1965 and 18 year old Jess escapes her...
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A gripping courtroom thriller, seen through the eyes of the accused. Clarissa Morland is twenty-seven, attractive, shy – and standing...
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When a ship arriving from London explodes in Boston Harbor, both the peace of the colonial city and Duncan McCallum’s...
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Saxon times are not called the Dark Ages for nothing. It is a violent, unrecognisable world of kill or be...
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Our Greatest Natural Disaster: The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 Estimates vary, and the exact figure will never be known, but...
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Difficulties were meant to be overcome… Little did Amanda realize the full meaning of Jerome Leydon’s words, although she had...
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The second book from Sergeant Rob Lofthouse, author of the Amazon smash hit Falklands biopic A Cold Night in June. After...
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Europe. 1925. In the years just before World War II, years of wild pleasure before the darkness, there lived an...
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The joys and contentment of newly-wedded life, set against the tranquil beauty of the English countryside, are the subject of...
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The delightful Miss Pink, Gwen Moffat’s amateur detective, is paying a visit to the remote village of Abersaint on the...
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The eighth David Grant story is another colourful and breathtaking adventure in which NATO’s special agent has to pit his...
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Gerald Hammond’s Keith Calder mysteries continue to delight a devoted following, each new tale of gunsport and sleuthing in the...
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Cambridge, England, 1910. Amateur detectives Jonty Stewart and Orlando Coppersmith seem to have nothing more taxing on their plate than...
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A gorgeous banquet, an unsightly death and a beauty of a killer. When Goldy, owner of Goldilocks’ Catering, whips up...
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October, 1975. When Dr Lance Elliot receives a call from his elderly father to say that he has been arrested...
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This new novel featuring Endeavour Morse, the first since The Remorseful Day in 1999, follows closely in the grand tradition of Colin...
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They want it all - love, riches, success - and to be at the mercy of no man. Four women: Raunchy,...
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The murder of an American member of the International Brigade training in a village deep in the heart of Republican...
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Did you know that Sherlock Holmes is immortal? Well he is ... he's still among us to this very day,...
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The second in Christopher Nicole’s explosive saga, following To All Eternity... Even more than a year after the guns have ceased...
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Set in the Himalayas, this seventh David Grant thriller has all the narrative power and exotic colour for which George...
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Paula Rivers, a beautiful, haughty young cinema cashier, is selling tickets when her sister Eileen delivers a portentous note to...
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When Ernest Blundy is released from prison, he finds that his wife, Ag, expects him to get a decent job...
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