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This collection begins with a story ("Psycho-Nasal Aggravation Syndrome" by Gordon Collins) of which the final image made me splutter with horrified amusement: a promising introduction to the Unthology series.

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When Mahmoud starts to receive strange emails he has no idea what an impact they will eventually have on his life.

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Losing a child is every parent’s worst nightmare but what if you had identical twins and discovered you might have mourned the death of the wrong daughter?  This is the scenario Sarah and Angus Moorcraft face a year after their daughter Lydia’s accidental death,

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Another deeply moving story from the author of critically acclaimed YA novel If I Stay. Growing up, Cody and Meg were inseparable.

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A Season of Secrets is a sprawling family saga covering the period during the First and Second World Wars. When Carrie Thornton is invited to play with the daughters of Lord Fenton a lasting friendship is established.

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Meet Theo, a ten-year-old who lives in his father’s ageing mansion on Long Island, a house that is reputedly the inspiration behind the Gatsby estate. His mother is a drug addict and his father is mostly absent, apparently touring and recording with his band.

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When Paige Mahoney escaped the terrifying and brutal confines of Sheol I she could have been forgiven for hoping that the worst was over.

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Doctor Proceso lives a fraught life in Pasto, Colombia. His marriage to a beautiful but capricious wife has descended into bitterness and his two daughters ignore him.

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So much of the craft of a short story has to do with what you decide to put the frame around; which scenes do you choose to offer an insight into the lives of the characters who you are writing about? At first glance, D J Taylor’s choice of focus seems a little perple

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In her frosty new novel Weathering Lucy Wood has successfully woven her special blend of country magic, as previously seen in her folkloric collection Diving Belles, into what could so easily have been the most ordinary of tales. Ada's mother Pearl h

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Gone is an explosive thriller that does not disappoint. Emma Thorley disappeared 11 years ago without a trace but now a body has been found that could finally solve the case once and for all.

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