Books

Crocker, Aimée
Aimée Crocker
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Moonlit seances in Honolulu. Exotic cobra dances. Drinking games with Oscar Wilde. Enchanting tales in Victorian world traveller Aimée Crocker's autobiography.

And I'd Do It Again by Aimée Crocker
Essex, David
David Essex
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Powerful drama set in the East End of London. A washed-up boxer takes a troubled youngster under his wing attracting the attention of the criminal underworld.

Faded Glory by David Essex
Gilman, David
David Gilman
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An epic historical adventure set during the Boer War.

The Last Horseman by David Gilman
Johnson, Lauren
Lauren Johnson
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A vivid and original portrait of a year that stands at a crossroads between two great monarchs and two ages of English history.

So Great a Prince by Lauren Johnson
Jones, Bill
Bill Jones
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Puns and hand-drawn illustrations tell the story of the young and earnest Algernon Swift, who is perplexed by life and all the ambiguities that language throw at him. By contrast, his elderly uncle Reverend Hawker revels in them, and, eventually, Algernon learns to feel joy amidst all the confusion.

The Life and Times of Algernon Swift by Bill Jones
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
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Katie Maguire, Book 07

Katie Maguire reopens a cold case and goes undercover in order to find the connection between drug trafficking and a spate of violent attacks that leave the victims severely disabled.

Living Death by Graham Masterton
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
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Katie Maguire, Book 08

Katie Maguire investigates the strange, obsessive world of Irish folk dancing in the new gripping and gruesome thriller from Graham Masterton.

Dead Girls Dancing by Graham Masterton
Monroe, J.S.
J.S. Monroe
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Rosa committed suicide five years ago. But is she really gone? Because her boyfriend gets a cryptic email – apparently from Rosa.

Find Me by J.S. Monroe
O'Mahony, Seamus
Seamus O'Mahony
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An Irish physician explores the ways in which society has lost the ability to deal with death.

The Way We Die Now by Seamus O'Mahony
Prowse, Amanda
Amanda Prowse
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She thought she was a wife and mother. Then her husband and children left home. Who is she now?

My Husband's Wife by Amanda Prowse
Smith, A.J.
A.J. Smith
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The Long War, Book 04

The dead god is waking. His power-mad priestess has deployed a mass of men and beasts onto the plains of Ro Weir. Faced with this black swarm, the last remnants of a nation crumbles and falls. This is the final battle for the mortal lands of Ro.

The World Raven by A.J. Smith
Reapy, E.M.
E.M. Reapy
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Three young Irish people arrive in Australia, running from the economic ruins of their home country and their own unhappy lives. A spiral of self-destructive behaviour forces each of them to face up to the reality of their lives.

Red Dirt by E.M. Reapy
Goodkind, Terry
Terry Goodkind
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A new epic, set in the world ruled by Richard Rahl, bearer of the Sword of Truth, following the one-time Sister of the Dark, Nicci.

Death's Mistress by Terry Goodkind
Finder, Joseph
Joseph Finder
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Private spy Nick Heller has been called in to defuse a potentially explosive situation involving a Chief Justice and an escort. But when the escort is found dead, the case takes a dangerous turn.

Guilty Minds by Joseph Finder
O'Malley, Daniel
Daniel O'Malley
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The Checquy Files, Book 02

Rook Myfanwy Thomas is trying to prevent all out supernatural war with the oldest enemy of the Checquy, but someone keeps trying to assassinate her.

Stiletto by Daniel O'Malley

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