The Art Of Dying by Ambrose Parry

Edinburgh, 1850's. Dr Raven returns from his European travels and takes up work as Dr Simpson's assistant. He hopes to rekindle a relationship with Sarah, but he finds that she's married someone else in his absence. But the two have to work together to clear Dr Simpson's name after a patient of his dies under …

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The Foreign Girls by Sergio Olguin

Following the events of the previous novel, Veronica Rosenthal, journalist, heads away to the holiday home of a family friend in Tucaman to rest and recover. She meets up with two tourist girls who are passing through, and they end up travelling together. But after a party, they don't leave together and the two girls …

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The Girls Are So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

When Amb hits college, still stinging from her high school boyfriends betrayal, she longs to fit in and be popular. She feels immediately drawn to another girl, Sully, who she feels has the confidence, power and popularity that she craves. She starts to go along with whatever Sully suggests, hoping to impress and win her …

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The Innocent Dead (Rhona MacLeod #15) by Lin Anderson

Karen is struggling following the recent death of her husband, and might be starting to remember something about the events of years ago, but can she trust her mind not to play tricks on her? Meanwhile, two swimmers find the body of a girl left in the peat bog. The preserved remains could be the …

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The Woman Outside My Door by Rachel Ryan

Georgina's little boy has a new imaginary friend. But there's something wrong about this friend. For a start, he calls her New Granny, which is strange and uncomfortable because Georgina is still reeling from the death of her mother. She is also under a lot of pressure with work, study, and some relationship problems. When …

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The Darkest Evening (Vera Stanhope Mystery #9) by Ann Cleeves

The Darkest Evening is the ninth and latest from Ann Cleeves series featuring detective Vera Stanhope. Vera is driving back from the office when she goes off course in a snowstorm, and comes across a car left with it's door open and an unattended baby inside. As there is no one nearby, she takes the …

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What I Learned From Reading Every Single Agatha Christie Book.

A prolific writer who has made it to the Guiness Book of Records as the bestselling author of all time, Agatha Christie is a remarkable writer. Largely known for her detective stories, often featuring the Belgian Detective Poirot or the oft underestimated elderly Miss Marple of St Mary Mead, she also wrote plays, including Mousetrap, …

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