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    Murder Mile

    A market trader in the town of Peckham has discovered the body of a woman lying face down in an ally. In the bitterly cold […]

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    The Book of Ordinary People

    For those readers who enjoy stories about other people’s lives, this is a gem not to be missed. The characters are real and understandable. For […]

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    The Honourable Thief

    The Honourable Thief is a work of fiction but…” Specific historical events provided a springboard for the story.” Some of these events include the downfall […]

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    Scrublands

    The heat rises off the buildings, the road, and the parched, dry country. The sun is hot, unforgiving in its constant ferocity; from the first […]

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    We Are Not Most People

    In We Are Not most people poet and author Tracy Ryan draws an intriguing concept around the human psyche that captures the very beautiful, but […]

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    The Fighter

    Desperation, darkness and helplessness has been captured with a starkness that is as pervasive as it is intimate in the encapsulation of the very essence […]

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    Miss Burma

    Emotional and enthralling, Miss Burma shines a light directly onto and into the political situation that is sadly all too relevant for many ethnic minorities […]

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    Bohemia Beach

    The author has taken many years to complete this book. She has used personal experiences and passions to compile a story that reflects many issues […]

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    Into the Night

    The Dark Lake was Sarah’s first novel, and she won great acclaim for it. We were introduced to the detective Gemma Woodstock, in a murder […]

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    Bluebottle

    For a psychological thriller to maintain its tension and drama throughout the whole story, it has to be written in the best dramatic prose. This […]

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    Eleanor’s Secret

    Set in London during the Second World War this second novel from the talented Caroline Beecham uncovers secrets of the past which are best resolved […]

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    Lovesome

    Narrated by the main character, this romantic story tells of a time in the life of Joni. She is twenty-one and just out of art […]

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    The Jade Lily

    While she was overseas on holiday the idea for this book gradually came to the Kirsty Manning. In Honhkou, she noticed a “Rusted Star of […]

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    Someone Like You

    When life turns into one long, mess, writers block has got a serious hold and every day is just ordinary, what do you do? Hayley […]

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    Making Peace

    All of us face tragedy in our lives at some time. If you are blessed like Hannah and have spent a calm and loving youth […]

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    Ultima

    Ultima is the third book in what is billed as a trilogy following on from the storyline established in the previous books, Maestra and Domina […]

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    Relatively Famous

    Gilbert Madigan is an award winning, fictitious Australian author. This is the story of his life told in a unique and compelling way. As the […]

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    Babylon Berlin

    Lovers of crime noir are familiar with the bent or slightly crooked copper, the underworld of drugs, prostitution and money, murder and the fringe dwellers […]

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    The Opal Dragonfly

    Isobel MacLeod is certain her father is about to die. She has overheard discussion to this effect that a duel was to be fought over […]

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    Birthright

    In this riveting novel of families Fiona Lowe captures with what appears to be ease, the dynamics which can glue a family together or blow […]

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