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The Rich Pass By by Pamela Pope

Sarah Byrne can no longer look after her child, and in Victorian London, that can only mean consigning the infant...
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The Book of Slaughter and Forgetting by Graham Brack

Retired policeman Edvard Holoubek tells Lieutenant Josef Slonský that he knows there was a miscarriage of justice thirty years before,...
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Show Me a Hero by Sven Andersson

An intense and bitter competition is reaching its climax in the final event of the decathlon at the Swedish National...
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Tuscan Roots by Angela Petch

1943, occupied Italy Ines Santini lived an idyllic and sheltered existence in the Tuscan hills until WWII reached her quiet...
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A Question of Loyalty by Peter Taylor

Trouble is afoot... When DI Alex Graham is sent to investigate the murders of three mean, he is forced to...
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The Churchill Commando by Ted Willis

This is fiction which could become reality... A train stops at an abandoned railway station in an isolated spot. Two...
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Stalin as Revolutionary by Robert C Tucker

The first of two biographical volumes, Professor Robert C. Tucker examines Stalin’s life from his first revolutionary years until the...
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Stalking Widow by John Burke

A mysterious young woman is following Andrew Merrick. Not only this, but she is also threatening to force her way...
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Perfect Pigeon by Richard Wormser

Easy come, easy go… That’s the life of the third-rate con men who fake their way in and fleece their...
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Talon by Antony Melville Ross

The war in Europe is over. But on the other side of the world Lieutenant John Gascoigne takes command of...
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Salute to Blackshirt by Roderic Jeffries

Richard Verrell was enjoying his stay with the Freshmans.  When his host makes the mistake of boasting that his famous...
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Lessons in Desire by Charlie Cochrane

With the recent series of college murders behind him, Cambridge Fellow Jonty Stewart is in desperate need of a break....
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Moscow Coach by Philip McCutchan

‘Your orders are to kill Conroy … We shall approve any method you like to use.’ This is the ultimatum...
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Death of the Devil by Christopher Nicole

Autumn, 1650. The future King Charles II landed in Scotland to challenge the might of Parliament, avenge his father, and...
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Trading Down by Stephen Norman

Chris Peters loves his work in a multi-national bank: the excitement of the trading floor, the impossible deadlines and the...
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Seeking Clemency by Joy Martin

An empty house. A secret room. The key to a tragic Irish past. Married and living comfortably in Berkshire, Caroline...
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Nothing Personal by Desmond Harding

Brilliant civil engineer, Rainer Kelf, has to fight for the survival of the company he has taken a lifetime to...
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Roses Round the Door by Christine Marion Fraser

Roses Round the Door is the touching sequel to Christine Marion Fraser’s autobiography, Blue Above the Chimneys. Following the death of her...
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The Burning Land by Elizabeth Darrell

An unforgettable tale of anguish, courage and divided loyalties set against the Anglo-Boer War at the turn of the century....
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Shadows on the Ice by Desiree Meyler

Nicolai Urosov only wanted the best for his three attractive daughters. So when the eldest, his darling Marie, ran away...
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The Corsican Woman by Madge Swindells

Set on the island of Corsica during the Second World War, The Corsican Womanis a stunning novel of passion and revenge....
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Due Diligence by D. J. Harrison

It’s a dirty business where dirty money is concerned. Jenny Parker is a young mum making ends meet with a...
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Capo by Peter Watson

Five years ago Peter Watson discovered at the back of the London Library a dusty volume written by a one-time...
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The Eden Passion by Marilyn Harris

In this, the third book in her Eden series, Marilyn Harris gives us a tale of glorious, far-flung adventure in...
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The Drift to War by Richard Lamb

In 1929, Europe, still reeling from the catastrophic impact of World War One, was faced with the worst economic downturn...
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The Italian Story by Geoffrey Trease

3,000 years of Italy. Over one and a half million people visit Italy every year from Great Britain alone, many...
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Undercurrent by Douglas Stewart

When Ryme Lady disappears with all hands and a 60 million dollar cargo, American hard-man Art Lemman and English ex-lawyer...
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The Staircase by Deryn Lake

Helena had always been haunted by the dream of the staircase. It prevents her from forming any real relationship with...
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Bad Timing by Alan Scholefield

Prison doctor Anne Vernon never much liked Ivor Taplin when he was serving a four-year jail sentence for assaulting his...
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The Hot Year by Anne Piper

The Hot Year was a wartime year... It was also the year in Lucy Slade’s life which took her from...
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The Cold Light of Dawn by Graham Ison

As dawn breaks on the coast of Brittany, a retired colonel finds the body of an attractive young redhead washed...
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Leatherface by Ernest Dudley

This is the afterlife of John Neville… Despite being hanged by the neck at Tyburn, the ghost of John Neville,...
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Warmaster by Philip McCutchan

The dynamic Commander Shaw is on the trail of an international organization that has outwitted both the British and U.S....
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Red Winter by Julia Underwood

Wealthy, privileged Sophie Cooke, the eldest daughter of a successful English businessman in St Petersburg, has her life torn apart...
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The Consul’s Daughter by Mark Knowles

Rome, AD 205: Tribune Ambrosius Milo is the only man in his cohort who enjoys the night watch. Somewhere in...
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Illusion by Rachel Billington

Becka and Marcello open the doors of their beautiful Italian home every year, welcoming an unpredictable cast of characters at...
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The Dreamers by Sara Fraser

The Fancy Man is back – in the final instalment of Sara Fraser’s magnificent trilogy. It is 1909, and the...
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The Fragrant Harbour by Barbara Whitnell

Following the disastrous failure of her business and an equally disastrous breakup, jewellery designer, Susan Russell, decides to head to...
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Three Cheers for the Good Guys by Frank Dickens

Dicks is a cycle-racing fanatic, a former rider whose career ended abruptly at the Rome Olympics. His obsession for the...
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Drake: England’s Greatest Sea-Farer by Ernle Bradford

The life of Sir Francis Drake reads like a piece of improbable fiction. He was the first Englishman to circumnavigate...
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