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Heart of winter
A return to Huntersbrook House, the setting of Top 10 bestseller Driving Home for Christmas
A crime novel from the Norwegian author of Dregs, this won The Glass Key and The Golden Revolver awards. Detective William Wisting must find a killer when it transpires that the man he put away for the murder of a young woman 17 years ago was innocent.
The second book in the Echoland series, which features Paul Duggan, his Special Branch friend Peter Gifford and a cast of political and intelligence operators in Ireland during the treacherous days of WWII. France is under German control, Britain is in danger and the United States has yet to...
Gold, frankincense and dust
The third novel in translation from Italian crime ace Valerio Varesi, twice shortlisted for the CWA International Dagger. Commissario Soneri investigates the burnt body of a Romanian immigrant found on the autostrada into Parma.
Mapp and Lucia
A new omnibus edition of the classic novels, published to tie in with a BBC adaptation. Includes Mapp & Lucia, Queen Lucia and Miss Mapp.
Noir by Noir West Dark Fiction from the West of
An inspiring and heartbreaking memoir about family, empathy and the stories we tell about ourselves and others from prize-winning author, Rebecca Solnit, one of America's most provocative public intellectuals. Solnit weaves her own story into fairytales and the lives of others, such as the...
A psychological horror novel set in New York in the year 2000. A sinister force from Guy's past comes back to haunt him, and his son's behaviour seems increasingly disturbing and chilling. Is the evil in his surroundings, his son, or his own mind?
A prequel to the long-running acclaimed series that recently concluded with Strange Shores. Features Erlendur as a young officer as he is dragged into the dark underworld of Reykjavik by the death of a tramp. Now in paperback.
Two men meet by accident on a bridge early one morning. Once they were best friends - but Tommy and Jim haven't seen each other for 35 years. Back then, Tommy and his sister were abandoned by their mother and later by their abusive father, and Jim, who lived alone with his religious mother, went...
End of days
A story of the 20th century, told through the various lives of one woman. She is a baby who barely survives and suffocates in the cradle - or perhaps not? She lives to become an adult and dies loved. Or dies betrayed. Or perhaps not?
A new novel from the author of Out Stealing Horses. Two childhood friends meet on a bridge early one morning. One, a socialist, is fishing, and the other is driving in his expensive Mercedes. I Refuse follows the men during the fateful day that follows.
A gripping psychological thriller debut by award-winning Finnish author Pekka Hiltunen - skilfully paced, intense and intelligent, now in paperback.
Add some extra sparkle to your Christmas by joining Katie Fforde for a perfect, romantic Christmas feast of short stories.
High crime area tales of darkness and dread
A collection of darkly compelling tales from the unique imagination of twice Pulitzer shortlisted Joyce Carol Oates, for fans of Alice Munro and Margaret Atwood.
That glimpse of truth 100 of the finest short st
Profound, lyrical, shocking, wise: this collection of the 100 finest stories ever written ranges from the essential to the unexpected, the traditional to the surreal. Wide in scope, both beautiful and vast, this is the perfect present for any fiction lover.
A desperate father is offered a loan by Thomas Galvin, one of the wealthiest men in Boston. But the moment the money is wired into his account, the DEA comes knocking on his door. He's given a choice: an indictment for accepting drug money, or become part of the sting to bring Galvin down.
When Jane Eyre penned her description of the fire at Thornfield Hall, she made the mistake of believing the innkeeper's account of the happenings on that dramatic night. Now the redoubtable housekeeper, Alice Fairfax, gives her own eyewitness version of events; it is markedly different.