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Dr Lise Shields works with the most deadly criminals in America. At Menaker psychiatric hospital all are guilty and no one ever leaves. Then she meets Jason Edwards. 

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In her latest novel Paula McLain fictionalises the early life of aviator Beryl Markham, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, introducing us to the woman before and behind the spotlight. Her heroine is a courageous, pioneering woman and, despite becoming rather

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Mikey and his group of close-knit friends are nervously approaching graduation when things start to get weird in their small town. "Indie kids" are disappearing and dying, deer are rising from the dead zombie-style and when did people start to have having glowing blue eyes?

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The Time of the Clockmaker is a curiously charming tale of a girl lost in time and in great danger. Rebecca Hatfield is the latest in a line of women with the same name who have become immortal through no choice of their own.

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After 5 years of marriage teacher Hannah has decided to leave her workaholic husband Tom. Normally the only time he speaks is to criticise, and after a drunken one night stand, Hannah realises she has no choice but to move out.

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“I have only ever tried to do my best. To be the best man I could be. The best son, the best brother, the best lover, the best friend. I have never managed to be the best at anything.”

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Grim, macabre, detailed: Black-Eyed Susans doesn’t spare its readers. On the first page we meet the teenage Tessie as she tells us that 32 hours of her life are missing. And that the things she remembers from that period, she would rather not: "Insects gnawing into a smooth, soft check.

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