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The Haunting Of Hill House
The Haunting Of Hill House Shirley Jackson
A tie-in edition to accompany the new Netflix re-imagining of Jackson's scariest novel.
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The Woman In White
The Woman In White Wilkie Collins
The Woman in White famously opens with Walter Hartright's eerie encounter on a moonlit London road.
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Pietr The Latvian
Pietr The Latvian Georges Simenon
In Simenon's first novel featuring Maigret, the laconic detective is taken from grimy bars to luxury hotels as he follows a trail of bodies and traces the true identity of the elusive international criminal, Pietr the Latvian.
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The Night Manager
The Night Manager John le Carre
In a chilling tale of corrupt intelligence agencies, billion-dollar price tags and the truth of the brutal arms trade, John le Carre creates a claustrophobic world in which no one can be trusted.
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The Innocence Of Father Brown
The Innocence Of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton, G. K. Chesterton
With his round face, pipe and umbrella, the shambling, bespectacled priest Father Brown is an unlikely detective - yet his innocent air hides a razor-sharp understanding of the criminal mind. As this first volume of his adventures shows, the clerical sleuth has an uncanny ability to bring even the most elusive wrongdoer to justice.
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The Incredulity Of Father Brown
The Incredulity Of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton, G. K. Chesterton
Father Brown, the shrewd and modest clerical detective, encounters miracles, ghosts and prophets in this third volume of ingeniously plotted tales. From South America to New York, his keen observation is a match for any mystery - even when he finds himself missing, presumed dead, in his own coffin . . .
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The Secret Of Father Brown
The Secret Of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton, G. K. Chesterton
Unassuming super-sleuth Father Brown has such brilliant powers of deduction that he knows more about crime than the criminals themselves. In this fourth volume of stories, the shabby priest unravels baffling conundrums involving, among others, a flying fish, a man with two beards and the Worst Crime in the World.
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The Scandal Of Father Brown
The Scandal Of Father Brown G.K. Chesterton, G. K. Chesterton
After many years in the priesthood, Father Brown knows human nature and is not afraid of its dark side. In this fifth and final series of mysteries, the clerical mastermind confronts slander, passion, superstition, high crimes and misdemeanours, outwitting some quite extraordinary and villainous adversaries on the way.
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The Late Monsieur Gallet
The Late Monsieur Gallet Georges Simenon
Investigating the circumstances around the death of a certain Monsieur Gallet, Maigret finds that much of the man's life was a lie: the name he travelled under and even his stated profession. 
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The Hanged Man Of Saint-Pholien
The Hanged Man Of Saint-Pholien Georges Simenon
It all started yesterday. Or did it begin years ago? All Maigret knows is that the shabby traveller he was following has committed suicide in a hotel room.
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The Carter Of La Providence
The Carter Of La Providence Georges Simenon
'What was the woman doing here? In a stable, wearing pearl earrings, her stylish bracelet and white buckskin shoes!
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The Yellow Dog
The Yellow Dog Georges Simenon
In the windswept seaside town of Concarneau, a local wine merchant is shot. In fact, someone is out to kill all the influential men and the entire town is soon sent into a state of panic.
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The Night At The Crossroads
The Night At The Crossroads Georges Simenon
On the outskirts of Paris, a sensational crime in an isolated neighbourhood becomes the focus of Maigret's investigation.  But the strange behaviour of an enigmatic Danish aristocrat and his reclusive sister prove to be even more troubling.
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A Crime In Holland
A Crime In Holland Georges Simenon
Outsiders are viewed with suspicion in the small Dutch town of Delfzijl. Maigret, unable to speak the language and a stranger to their strict, church-going way of life, must unearth the sins at the heart of this seemingly respectable community.
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A Man's Head
A Man's Head Georges Simenon
An audacious plan to prove the innocence of a young drifter awaiting execution takes Maigret through the grey, autumnal streets of Paris. As he pursues the true culprit from lonely docks to elegant hotels and fashionable bars, he confronts the destructive power of a dangerously sharp intellect.
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The Mahe Circle
The Mahe Circle Georges Simenon
This is the first English translation of The Mahé Circle, Simenon's dark, malevolent depiction of an ordinary man trapped in mundanity and consumed by obsession.
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The Two-Penny Bar
The Two-Penny Bar Georges Simenon
A story told by a condemned man leads Maigret to a bar by the Seine and into the sleazy underside of respectable Parisian life. In the oppressive heat of summer, a forgotten crime comes to light.
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The Shadow Puppet
The Shadow Puppet Georges Simenon
One by one the lighted windows went dark. The silhouette of the dead man could still be seen through the frosted glass like a Chinese shadow puppet . . . A young woman crossed the courtyard with hurried steps, leaving a whiff of perfume in her wake.
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The Saint-Fiacre Affair
The Saint-Fiacre Affair Georges Simenon
Maigret savoured the sensations of his youth again: the cold, stinging eyes, frozen fingertips, an aftertaste of coffee. Then, stepping inside the church, a blast of heat, soft light; the smell of candles and incense. 
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The Flemish House
The Flemish House Georges Simenon
Maigret is asked to the windswept, rainy border town of Givet by a young woman desperate to clear her family of murder. But their well-kept shop, the sleepy community and its raging river all hide their own mysteries.
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