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These Shallow Graves is an historical novel set in America around the turn of the 19th century which skilfully weaves together fact and fiction in a plot filled with mystery and romance.

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There is something spectacularly cinematic about Wake of Vultures, a gripping fantasy epic set in the cruel plains of the Wild West. With the violence of "Django Unchained" and a tough feminist heart at its centre, this is a book for cowboys and feminists alike. 

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Erica Jong's latest novel is both a contemplation on death and aging, and a fantasy for late-middle aged women.

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Imagine your mother has terminal cancer, which she has fought throughout your childhood, but once it’s under control and you finally feel settled in your mid 20s your father is diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). For Dan Marshall this was his reality.

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When Lo-Melkhiin arrives in her village looking for a new bride, Scheherazade knows this is a death sentence. Three hundred girls before her have suffered this fate and she knows her sister will be next.

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The final novel from the late Queen of Crime Ruth Rendell (who died in May 2015) is an immersive psychological suspense told with a dash of deliciously dark humour. 

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Taking her readers on a journey that spans a century Kate Morton’s latest novel, The Lake House, weaves an epic mystery that connects the past and the present. 

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According to Yes is the latest release from bestselling author and critically acclaimed comedian Dawn French. This is a novel about what happens when you start to say yes after a lifetime of saying no.  

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