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So Pretty by Ronnie Turner

When Teddy Colne arrives in the small town of Rye, he believes he will be able to settle down and leave his past benind him. uttle does he know that fear blisters through the streets like a fever. The locals tell him to stay away from an establishment known only as Berry & Vincent, thatContinue reading “So Pretty by Ronnie Turner”

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Dirt by Sarah Sultoon

Sarah Sultoon is a journalist and writer, whose work as an international news executive at CNN has taken her all over the world, from the seats of power in both Westminster and Washington to the frontlines of Iraq and Afghanistan. Of Jewish and Indian descent, she has extensive experience in conflict zones, winning three PeabodyContinue reading “Dirt by Sarah Sultoon”

Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett

Enter the world of the hidden folk – and discover the most whimsical, enchanting and heart-warming tale you’ll read this year, featuring the intrepid Emily Wilde. . . Emily Wilde is good at many things: she is the foremost expert on the study of faeries; she is a genius scholar and a meticulous researcher whoContinue reading “Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett”

The Simple Truth by James Buckler

A young woman is dead. A very wealthy client needs a favour. You’re newly qualified as a lawyer and this could be your big break, so you jump at the chance. The case is about to be closed. All you have to do is talk to a family, ask them to sign some papers. How difficult couldContinue reading “The Simple Truth by James Buckler”

Suicide Thursday but Will Carver

If words could kill… Eli Hagin can’t finish anything.He hates his job, but can’t seem to quit. He doesn’t want to be with his girlfriend, but doesn’t know how end things with her, either. Eli wants to write a novel, but he’s never taken a story beyond the first chapter.Eli also has trouble separating realityContinue reading “Suicide Thursday but Will Carver”

The Pain Tourist by Paul Cleave

How can you catch a killer When the only evidence is a dream…?James Garrett was critically injured when he was shot following his parents’ execution, and no one expected him to waken from a deep, traumatic coma. When he does, nine years later, Detective Inspector Rebecca Kent is tasked with closing the case that herContinue reading “The Pain Tourist by Paul Cleave”

Dawnlands by Philippa Gregory

In a divided country, power and loyalty conquer all…It is 1685 and England is on the brink of a renewed civil war against the Stuart kings with many families bitterly divided. Alinor, now a successful businesswoman, has been coaxed by the manipulative Livia to save Queen Mary from the coming siege. The rewards are life-Continue reading “Dawnlands by Philippa Gregory”

The People Before by Charlotte Northedge

What if your dream house became your worst nightmare?Jess and her husband need a new start. So when the chance to buy a rambling old house in the Suffolk countryside comes up, they leap at it.But not everyone in Suffolk is welcoming. The locals know a secret about the Maple House, and soon, Jess realisesContinue reading “The People Before by Charlotte Northedge”

Death to the Emperor by Simon Scarrow

AD 60. Macro and Cato – two battle-scarred heroes of the Roman army – face tribal uprisings and battles to the death with unmatched courage in barbaric Britannia. The Roman Empire’s hold on the province is fragile. The tribes implacably opposed to Rome have grown cunning in their attacks on the legions.  Even amongst those whoContinue reading “Death to the Emperor by Simon Scarrow”

Deceit by Jónína Leósdóttir

Deceit by Jónína Leósdóttir The pandemic has hit Iceland hard, and half the police force is in isolation.Reykjavík detective Soffía finds herself struggling to cope with a single-handed investigation into a spate of malicious acts taking place across the city and enlists help from an unexpected direction. Her psychologist ex-husband Adam has advised the police before, but with Covid ragingContinue reading “Deceit by Jónína Leósdóttir”