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Painting death

Parks Tim

The horrifying and entertaining tale of bourgeois serial killer Morris Duckworth, and his adventures in Veronese high society. Parks' 2 previous books featuring Duckworth, Cara Massimina and Mimi's Ghost will also be reissued in Vintage paperback this month.

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Blackbird

Wright Tom

A 2nd novel from the author of What Dies In Summer, which was shortlisted for a CWA Silver Dagger 2012. Set in contemporary Texas, it introduces Detective Jim Beaudry. Wright brings his knowledge of psychotherapy to the depiction of the characters, and this will appeal to fans of Tana French and...

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Into a raging blaze

Norman Andreas

An epic Swedish spy thriller exposing a Europe-wide intelligence conspiracy. Can Scandinavian espionage fiction be as popular as their crime has been? Watch this space. Translated by Ian Giles.

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Season of fear

Freeman Brian

Florida Detective Cab Bolton investigates a threat against a widow, linked to a bloodbath at a political fundraiser a decade earlier. From an internationally bestselling author who's sold 200,000 books in the UK.

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Lie of you

Lythell Jane

A debut psychological thriller featuring a woman who sets out to destroy a female colleague. With appeal to fans of S.J. Watson, it reveals the terrifying ease of modern-day stalking and workplace bullying.

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Research

Kerr Philip

A standalone murder mystery in the vein of Robert Harris's The Ghost, from the author of the prize-winning Bernie Gunther series, about the murder of a bestselling novelist's wife in their luxury Monaco apartment. 'Richly layered... Reliably remarkable on every level' Sunday Times.

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Ways of the dead

Tucker Neely

Based on the notorious Park View murders, this is a gripping crime novel set in 1990s Washington DC. From the author of the memoir Love In The Driest Season. 'If this is Tucker's first novel, I can't wait for what's coming next.' Michael Connelly

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Finished business

Wishart David

November, AD 40. When a wealthy consul's wife asks Corvinus to investigate the death of her uncle, killed by a block of falling masonry during renovations on his estate in the Vatican Hills, a sceptical Corvinus is inclined to agree with the general verdict of accidental death. But his...

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England and other stories

Swift Graham

This title presents a collection of stories from the Booker-prize winning Graham Swift, author of 'Last Orders' and 'Waterland'.

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For all time

Deveraux Jude

At the wedding of Alix Madsen and Jared Montgomery, Jared's cousin Graydon can't look away from bridesmaid, Toby Wyndam. It's not just her quiet beauty or humour - Toby possesses the truly remarkable ability of being able to distinguish Graydon from his identical twin brother, Rory. According to...

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Deadliest sin

Medieval murderers

Five intriguing interlinked mysteries from the Medieval Murderers group

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Lincoln myth

Berry Steve

New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry returns with his latest thriller, a Cotton Malone adventure involving a flaw in the United States Constitution, a mystery about Abraham Lincoln, and a political issue that's as explosive as it is timely - not only in Malone's world, but in ours.

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Dead men's bones

Oswald James

Fourth in the successful Inspector McLean series, which has sold 120,000 copies so far. McLean is at the helm of an investigation into a prominent Scottish MP who appears to have killed his wife and 2 daughters, before turning the gun on himself. For Ian Rankin, Stuart MacBride and Peter James...

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Arsonist

Miller Sue

Fleeing the end of an affair, and troubled by the feeling that she belongs nowhere after working in East Africa for fifteen years, Frankie Rowley comes home to the small New Hampshire town of Pomeroy and the farmhouse where her family has always summered. On her first night back, a house up the...

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Long Mars

Pratchett Terry

A new chapter in the bestselling Long Earth sequence from the combined talents of the UK's bestselling novelist and a giant of British science fiction, set in 2040 to 2045, after a cataclysmic eruption at Yellowstone causes massive economic dislocation. The Long Earth is the topselling original...

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Killing room

Kent Christobel

Trade paperback. When private investigator Sandro Cellini in invited to a launch party for a luxury residence in Florence, he has no idea of what he is walking into.

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Kill your boss

Kuhn Shane

A Tarantino-esque thriller from a unique new voice in fiction, American screenwriter Shane Kuhn. An elite assassin, using the cover of an office intern to access and eliminate heavily guarded targets is pitted against a formidable opponent.

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Corpse Bridge

Booth Stephen

A new thriller starring DS Ben Cooper and DS Diane Fry. Back in his job after traumatic events in previous months, DS Cooper knows that he must unravel the mystery on Corpse Bridge if he's going to be able to move on with his life. The 4th book following The Devil's Edge, Dead and Buried and...

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Iron Castle

Donald Angus

AD 1203: England and France are locked in a brutal struggle for power. The fate of the embattled duchy of Normandy is in the hands of the weak and untrustworthy King John. Facing disaster, he calls for help from a former outlaw - Robin Hood.

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Mother island

Roberts Bethan

How does it feel to come home from work one evening and find your two-year-old son gone? How does it feel to steal another woman's child? To take a boy from his mother, and try to make him yours, make things right? This is the story of two women, Nula and Maggie, joined by old family history and...

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  • Painting death
    Parks Tim
  • Blackbird
    Wright Tom
  • Into a raging blaze
    Norman Andreas
  • Season of fear
    Freeman Brian
  • Lie of you
    Lythell Jane
  • Research
    Kerr Philip
  • Ways of the dead
    Tucker Neely
  • Finished business
    Wishart David
  • England and other stories
    Swift Graham
  • For all time
    Deveraux Jude
  • Deadliest sin
    Medieval murderers
  • Lincoln myth
    Berry Steve
  • Dead men's bones
    Oswald James
  • Arsonist
    Miller Sue
  • Long Mars
    Pratchett Terry
  • Killing room
    Kent Christobel
  • Kill your boss
    Kuhn Shane
  • Corpse Bridge
    Booth Stephen
  • Iron Castle
    Donald Angus
  • Mother island
    Roberts Bethan

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