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Knife
Knife Jo Nesbo
KNIFE is the brand new Harry Hole thriller from Jo Nesbo where Harry will come face to face with a deadly foe
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The Thirst
The Thirst Jo Nesbo
Harry Hole is back! The blistering Sunday Times number one bestseller
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The Memory Police
The Memory Police Yoko Ogawa
A compelling and surreal, Orwellian mystery by one of Japan's greatest writers.
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Head Hunters
Head Hunters Michel Crespy
Frenetic, ingenious and totally up-to-the-minute, Head Hunters is the first thriller to prise open the competitive jungle of the corporate world.
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The Eye of the Leopard
The Eye of the Leopard Henning Mankell
The Eye of the Leopard is a first-rate psychological thriller, delving deep into the mind of a man lost in an unknown world, and is Mankell’s finest non-crime novel yet.
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The Return Of The Dancing Master
The Return Of The Dancing Master Henning Mankell
'Mankell is by far the best writer of police mysteries today. He is in the great tradition of those whose works transcend their chosen genre to become thrilling and moral literature' Michael Ondaatje
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The Dante Club
The Dante Club Matthew Pearl
A gripping thriller set in Boston, from the writer whose legion of fans include Dan Brown and Jed Rubenfeld
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The Dancer Upstairs
The Dancer Upstairs Nicholas Shakespeare
'A crackling good yarn - Graham Greene meets Gabriel García Marquez' Evening Standard
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School's Out
School's Out Christophe Dufosse
A strikingly original, acidly funny and surreal French first novel, a cross between Michel Houellebecq, Alan Warner and LORD OF THE FLIES. The stuff of which cults are made.
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Depths
Depths Henning Mankell
A tense and gripping psychological thriller: Mankell's best book yet.
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The Vengeance Of Rome
The Vengeance Of Rome Michael Moorcock
The final title in the legendary Pyat Quartet but also a magnificent stand alone book chronicling some of the major events in history with Moorcock's characteristic style and wit.
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The Truth About Sascha Knisch
The Truth About Sascha Knisch Aris Fioretos
An exquisite erotic entertainment set in Weimar Germany.
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The Chalk Circle Man
The Chalk Circle Man Fred Vargas
The Chalk Circle Man is the first book featuring Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg, one of the most engaging characters in contemporary detective fiction.
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Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand
Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand Fred Vargas
'European fiction is the new black... Vargas is my favourite European crime writer' Peter Guttridge.
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Waltenberg
Waltenberg Hédi Kaddour
A compelling novel of espionage taking in the whole of the 20th century.
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The Amateurs
The Amateurs John Niven
From the author of Kill Your Friends comes a tale of infidelity, contract killing and ... golf.
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The Kingdom of Light
The Kingdom of Light Giulio Leoni
An atmospheric medieval thriller; can Florentian poet turned detective Dante uncover a connection between the death of the Holy Roman Emperor and the discovery of ship full of murdered sailors?
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Wreaking
Wreaking James Scudamore
A brilliantly imagined and unsettling novel from the award-winning author of Heliopolis and The Amnesia Clinic
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The Man From Beijing
The Man From Beijing Henning Mankell
A brutal revenge story that is both a gripping police procedural and a chilling political thriller
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The Twelve
The Twelve Stuart Neville
The Twelve is a magnificent debut thriller. One of the best first novels in years.
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Cold Hands
Cold Hands John Niven
A terrifying, evocative and gut-wrenching thriller - announcing the arrival of a major new voice in the genre
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Mother Island
Mother Island Bethan Roberts
This is the story of two women, Nula and Maggie, joined by old family history and love for the same little boy. Winner of the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize 2015.
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