Psychologist Dr Jessie Flynn is working to unlock the memories of a traumatized four-year-old, while her former patient, Captain Ben Callan, is investigating the suspicious death of an officer in Afghanistan. When a dead body washes up on a Sussex beach, their cases mysteriously converge.
Now We Are Dead
Inspired by his mugging-up on Winnie the Pooh for Celebrity Mastermind, Stuart McBride describes his book as ‘the story of what happens to Detective Chief Inspector Roberta Steel after she was caught being Very, Very Naughty in In the Cold Dark Ground’. Now, the man she was accused of fitting up is freed and back on the streets of Aberdeen – but Roberta knows he is guilty.
A murder mystery that enmeshes DI Archer of Scotland Yard in a high-level espionage drama, Len Deighton’s novel is set in Britain in 1941, nine months after British Command surrendered to the Nazis. Written in 1978, this compelling ‘alternative reality’ portrayal of Britain under Nazi rule became a BBC drama series in 2017. Reissued with a new introduction by Deighton.
Volume Five of The Cazalet Chronicles
As this fifth volume of The Cazalet Chronicles opens, the Cazalets' beloved matriarch is dying, and with her will go the last remnants of the old life of servants, class and tradition. The next generation of Cazalets is set to take over Home Place. The author provides a brief background for readers new to the Chronicles. Slightly off-mint.
Volume Five of The Cazalet Chronicles
As this fifth volume of The Cazalet Chronicles opens, the Cazalets' beloved matriarch is dying, and with her will go the last remnants of the old life of servants, class and tradition. The next generation of Cazalets is set to take over Home Place. The author provides a brief background for readers new to the Chronicles.
The Owl Service
50th Anniversary Edition
Gwyn and Alison investigate strange noises in the attic, and discover a dinner service covered in droppings. Their subsequent adventure, largely told in dialogue, is intertwined with Welsh mythology. This special edition of the award-winning novel, first published in 1965, is introduced by Philip Pullman. Age 9+
In the summer of 1546, Matthew Shardlake is unexpectedly summoned to Whitehall Palace and asked for help by his old patron, the now beleaguered and desperate Queen Catherine Parr. Her secret confessional book is missing and its contents, in the wrong hands, could destroy her. This is the 6th of Sansom's Shardlake series of thrilling mysteries.
The Blood Road
Now working in Professional Standards and policing fellow officers, Logan McRae must investigate the death of DI Bell after his body is found in the driver’s seat of a crashed car – although Bell died, and they buried him two years previously. The deeper McRae digs into his former colleague’s past, the more sinister the case becomes.
Lonely Hearts Bookshop - 3 Books
Herself a voracious reader of romance novels, Annie Darling infuses the titles in this series with a warm-hearted charm. Each one features a quaint old bookshop setting, a bookworm protagonist and a plethora of clever literary references. The three titles included in this set are: The Little Bookshop of Lonely Hearts (Read more...) Crazy in Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop (Read more...) True Love at the Lonely Hearts Bookshop (Read more...)
Anne Bennett - 3 Books
Former teacher Anne Bennett discovered her talent for writing following an accident that left her unable to walk. Irish by birth, she grew up in Birmingham and uses both locations as settings in her gripping, historically accurate sagas, all of which depict ordinary people facing challenging situations. The three titles included in this set are: A Girl can Dream (Read more...) Another Man's Child (Read more...) Child on the Doorstep (Read more...)