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Twice upon a time
Twice Upon a Time is the beautiful story of a grieving widower who takes a nostalgic walk in the park one day, rolls down the hill he used to as a child and wakes up at the bottom of it - a 15-year-old boy back in the 1960s.
DC Peter Grant must head south of the river to the alien environs of Elephant and Castle. There's a murderer abroad and, as always when Grant's department are reluctantly called in by CID, there is more than a whiff of the supernatural in the darkness.
Life in south France is not the sleepy idyll you might suppose. Local duck and goose farms are being attacked by protestors attempting to halt the production of foie gras. A policeman has been shot by terrorists believed to be Basque Separatists. It is up to Bruno Courreges to get to the bottom...
An ancient murder...A clandestine society...A conspiracy that will end in death...
Bruno, Chief of Police
An old man, head of a local immigrant North African family, is found viciously murdered. Suspicion falls on the son of the local doctor, but Captain Bruno Courreges, St Denis' Chief of Police, isn't so certain.
Tamil Nadu, 1968. In a feudal system ruled by landlords, Communist Party appeal grows among the hardworking peasants. Soon Party organisers are suffering grisly deaths, the flow of food to the market is drying up, and then one final descension of one village, to set an example to the others....
Children of paradise
This gripping novel from an award-winning writer tells the story of a child trapped in a religious community spiralling towards disaster - in Jonestown, 1978
4th instalment in the bestselling Douglas Brodie series. When a ransom money drop goes wrong, Brodie finds himself framed for murder and imprisoned. Brodie cheats justice by committing suicide in his prison cell, but could this really be the end for this distinguished ex-copper, decorated...
Spectre of Alexander Wolf
A superb early postmodern classic by one of Nabokov's fellow emigre writers, rediscovered after more than half a century
In this novel from a writer described by Sunday Telegraph as 'the master of psychological suspense,' a man stands accused of murdering his wife. But did he do it?
Set during the Cuban missile crisis of 1962, Reckless is a compelling novel of life in the shadow of impending nuclear war.
Games creatures play
Charlaine Harris and award-winning mystery writer Toni Kelner have collected stories that feature ghostly players, bloodthirsty interruptions, and competitions with deadly outcomes, from some of the top writers in the fantasy, horror, crime and mystery genres.
Revised fundamentals of caregiving
Life affirming story of a disabled teenager and his clueless caregiver on the roadtrip of a lifetime.
Good luck of right now!
A new novel from the author of The Silver Linings Playbook, which was adapted into a successful film. After living with his mother for 38 years, Bartholomew Neil finds it hard to cope when she dies. But he awkwardly starts a new life, writing to his mother's hero Richard Gere in a series of...
Sun. Desire. Obsession. An explosive, intelligent novel from the prize-winning author of Brass.
Wind is not a river
A novel of love and survival against the odds, with appeal to fans of Cold Mountain. Set in 1943, it follows a journalist whose plane is shot down in the harsh wildnerness of Alaska, and his wife who sets off from Seattle to try and find him. 'Beautifully written, lyrical and elegaic,' David...
A FAMILY IN TURMOIL. A COUNTRY IN CRISIS. ALL DEBTS MUST BE SETTLED
The 4th novel in Jacobs' atmospheric saga series The Traders, set in Europe, the Orient and Australia's Swan River Colony. Bram Deagan has a thriving trading business, and a gift for matchmaking. He wishes to see his friends Dougal and Mitchell happily married, but can he find them wives?
That part was true
A bittersweet story about falling in love and risking it all, which explores whether you can fall in love with someone you've never met. With appeal to fans of One Day and 84 Charing Cross Road, it was chosen at the BEA as one of the 'Buzz Books to look out for in 2014', and was sold in auction...
Silence of the sea
Chilling Scandinavian crime from 'Iceland's answer to Stieg Larsson' - Daily Telegraph