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An Officer and a Spy
An Officer and a Spy Robert Harris
Paris, 1895: an army officer, Georges Picquart, watches a convicted spy, Alfred Dreyfus, being publicly humiliated in front of a baying crowd.
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No Man's Nightingale
No Man's Nightingale Ruth Rendell
No Man's Nightingale: the eagerly anticipated twenty-fourth title in Ruth Rendell's bestselling Detective Chief Inspector Wexford series.
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The Weight of Blood
The Weight of Blood Laura McHugh
A gripping debut psychological crime novel about family lies and dark secrets in an isolated community as a series of women go missing. Perfect for fans of Gillian Flynn's novels, as well as fans of the TV film series Top of the Lake and the film Winter's Bone.
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Exposure Helen Dunmore
By the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Lie. Forbidden love, intimate betrayal and the devastating power of exposure drive Helen Dunmore's remarkable new novel.
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The Girl Next Door
The Girl Next Door Ruth Rendell
The dazzling new novel from Ruth Rendell. When the bones of two severed hands are discovered in a box, an investigation into a long buried crime of passion begins. And a group of friends, who played together as children, begin to question their past.
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Siren Annemarie Neary
A dark and suspenseful psychological thriller about the slippery nature of truth in post-conflict Ireland, and a redemptive story of a woman claiming back her own identity.
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Dark Corners
Dark Corners Ruth Rendell
A brilliantly dark and sinister novel of psychological suspense by Ruth Rendell, ‘unequivocally the most brilliant crime-writer of our time’ (Patricia Cornwell).
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The Orphans
The Orphans Annemarie Neary
A brilliantly suspenseful new novel from Annemarie Neary, author of Siren.
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Conclave Robert Harris
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Munich Robert Harris
A new spy thriller set over the four days of the 1938 Munich Conference, as the world waits for war, from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Fatherland, Conclave and An Officer and a Spy.
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Bonfire Krysten Ritter
From actress, producer, and writer, Krysten Ritter, a gripping, tightly-wound suspense novel about a woman forced to confront her past in the wake of small-town corruption.
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End In Tears
End In Tears Ruth Rendell
The twentieth in the Chief Inspector Wexford series. Crime can reach any town. Murder can touch any family
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Deadfall Lyndon Stacey
'The closest to taking Dick Francis' crown' The Bookseller
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Illegal Action
Illegal Action Stella Rimington
ILLEGAL ACTION is the third thriller from the former head of MI5 and bestselling author Stella Rimington, featuring MI5 officer Liz Carlyle.
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Collected Stories
Collected Stories Ruth Rendell
'If the crime short story is an endangered species, Ruth Rendell is one of the few courageous environmentalists fighting for its survival' The Times
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Collected Stories 2
Collected Stories 2 Ruth Rendell
Death seems cosy compared with the lived Rendell describes . . . each story is like a condensed, polished novel' Daily Telegraph
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Shark Music
Shark Music Carol O'Connell
The final novel in the bestselling Mallory series
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Leaving the World
Leaving the World Douglas Kennedy
The compelling new novel from the bestselling author of The Woman in the Fifth and The Pursuit of Happiness
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Portobello Ruth Rendell
'Psychologically acute and extremely disturbing, Ruth Rendell's work is outstanding.' The Times
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The Silent Man
The Silent Man Alex Berenson
John Wells returns in the third explosive thriller from the New York Times No 1 Bestselling Author of The Faithful Spy.
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The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken
The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken Tarquin Hall
The wonderful third outing for Delhi detective Vish Puri ('the Indian Hercule Poirot' Financial Times)
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The Case of the Missing Servant
The Case of the Missing Servant Tarquin Hall
Acclaimed writer Tarquin Hall makes his fiction debut with an Indian detective story
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The Case of the Man who Died Laughing
The Case of the Man who Died Laughing Tarquin Hall
The wonderful second outing for Delhi detective Vish Puri ('the Indian Hercule Poirot' Financial Times) and his team of skilled operatives.
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The Midnight House
The Midnight House Alex Berenson
'Wells is an action hero, a close cousin of Jack Bauer of "24" fame' Washington Post
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