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Thomas Hardy’s World by Molly Lefebure

Thomas Hardy is considered by many as one of England’s greatest writers. His novels, set against the backdrop of Wessex,...
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Blood Will be Born by Gary Donnelly

DI Owen Sheen vowed to his father never to return to Ireland. But years have passed, and Sheen needs answers...
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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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OMNIBUS: The Regiment Trilogy by Christopher Nicole

Collected together in this special edition for the first time, all three books in The Regiment Trilogy are brilliantly-evoked military...
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The Long Way Home by Jeanne Whitmee

Nothing can replace a mother’s love... The cruel betrayal of the man she loves forces Marie O’Connor to make the...
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Suki’s Baby by Beryl Kingston

‘Beryl Kingston understands how to weave dialogue, character, theme and a thumping love affair into unity’ – Sunday Times Can a...
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Viking Enemy by M J Porter

It’s the second Viking Age in England, and King Æthelred II reigns. Five ealdormen represent him in the old Saxon...
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Love Bonds by Kate Grannis

“Grannis has woven a tale that displays historical fiction at its finest” Lyndsy Spence It’s 923 in Saxon England. Josselin...
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Underneath the Arches by Graham Ison

‘Altogether; a police procedural to put beside McBain. In other words, top of the class' Julian Symons, The Independent Led by...
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The Image of Laura by Joy Martin

From 1930s Berlin to contemporary London, nothing has escaped Laura Conway’s trusty Leica camera.  She’s famed throughout the world for...
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Revolution! The Liberty War by Richard Woodman

Nowhere were the philosophical, political and military forces of the eighteenth century more tangibly concentrated than in the fight for...
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The Girl Hunters by Sydney J Bounds

Doll Winters was a naïve teenager, who fantasised about being a film character. But when Gerald Dodd committed a brutal...
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Gifthorse by Leo McNeir

A bleak mid-winter has settled over the land, bringing hardship to the quiet canalside community of Knightly St John. It...
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The Portrait in Black by Joan van Every Frost

Pretty but aloof, Crystal Perry makes an honest—if modest—living painting portraits of the pets of Santa Barbara’s upper crust. She...
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But From Thine Eyes by Christina Britton Conroy

London, December, 1903. Seventeen-year-old Elisa Roundtree escapes her life in Yorkshire heading for His Majesty’s Theatre, hoping to become an...
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Thomas Edison: Shining a Light by David Boyle

Thomas Edison is a detailed and insightful account of the life and times of one of the greatest minds in American...
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They Rang Up The Police by Joanna Cannan

There’s a new detective on the scene… When murder strikes in the quiet English countryside only Inspector Guy Northeast of...
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Pictures in Provence by Nora Fountain

Joanna's first love is art, although she is in Paris to study music. Lured into an art gallery by an...
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Love Will Find a Way by Miranda Barnes

Love will find a way. Of that, she was quite certain. Gwen’s life has imploded and her partner is the...
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The Petrograd Consignment by Owen Sela

With one bold, secret stroke, the course of history and the fate of nations is about to change ... 1917:...
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The Drowning Mark by Alan Scholefield

Ex-copper Mike Harley and his lover, Dr Alexandra Kennedy are happily ensconced in a boat on the Suffolk coast -...
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The Bloody Question by Julian Bell

In sixteenth century England, Catholic blood runs in the streets. Torture, humiliation and death are meted out to anybody who...
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The Tender Murderer by Wendy Perriam

Everybody fears being betrayed: but what if a betrayal landed you in prison, potentially looking after a dead man’s child?...
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The New Exiles by Roger Neville Williams

The US has created its own military refugee problem More Americans have fled to Canada because of the Vietnam war...
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Fighter! by Robert Jackson

Fighter! is the story of the twentieth century’s most amazing decade, when the science of air fighting leaped from the 150...
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Debt of Honour by Adam Kennedy

Something’s not adding up… On January 6, 1980, an H-14 jet aircraft - Simison Air International’s flight 346 - crashes...
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The Anklets by Deryn Lake

Alison Pope is the daughter of famous archaeologist Edgar Pope. After finishing her degree, she follows her adventurous spirit, and...
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The Unknown by James Pattinson

A picture can hide a thousand stories… It was Mrs Craydon who’d started digging up the family history. Everyone seemed...
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The Outrageous Behaviour of Left-Handed Dwarves by Graham Brack

Lieutenant Josef Slonský has been a policeman in Prague for nearly forty years. In that time – which includes the...
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Star Lovers by Judy Flower

What does your sign say about you? And, more intriguingly, what does it say about your lover? Star Lovers is the...
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This Other Eden by Marilyn Harris

In the 18th Century English countryside, Thomas Eden sits as the last Lord of Eden Castle. A man of brooding...
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Family Secrets by Derek Malcolm

‘Some people’s secrets should never be told. The secret, though, that surrounded my parents’ unhappy life together, was divulged to...
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The Moon is Red in April by Joy Martin

Ireland, 1744, and the young Catholic, Richard 'Dick' O’Shaughnessy, embarks on a perilous journey to escape the harsh Penal Laws...
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The Green Days by Desiree Meyler

When Dinah and Harriet Vivian run away from their father’s second marriage, they turn to their Great-Aunt Lilian and her...
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Chinese Burn by Eric Clark

China, 1970s – and American railway engineer David Piper is on the run for his life. What started out as...
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Career Nurse by Donna Rix

Love, loss, and a mystery is bigger than anyone could imagine… Helen Kester is a career nurse, but she throws...
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The Lost Daughters by Jeanne Whitmee

From lost daughters to independent women, they found the courage to follow their dreams Children of single parents in post-war...
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Wyrd of the Wolf by John Broughton

In seventh century England, political and religious upheaval mean that nobody is safe.  As the old gods are eroded by...
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A Suitable Case for Love by Elizabeth Hilton

Jenny Goodwin is PA to one of the senior managers at a large reputable London bank, and in line for...
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Fighter Aces of World War II by Robert Jackson

A thrilling account of fourteen legendaryWW2 fighter pilots. It is World War Two, and the battle for control of the...
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