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Five-year-old Jacob Jordan is knocked down and killed on his way back from school in a hit and run accident.

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Often disturbing, completely riveting and consistently well written, Sarah Hilary’s second Marnie Rome novel, No Other Darkness, is a marvellous addition to 2015s burgeoning menu of unmissable reads. 

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Holmes and Watson, Poirot and Hastings and now Blake and Avery. This is Carter’s second novel featuring her two investigators: tortured, maverick genius Blake and his friend and the novel’s narrator the more phlegmatic, gentlemanly Avery.

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Jane Hughes has been lying to everyone she knows about who she really is. As her and her three best friends embark on the trip of a lifetime to a retreat in Nepal, Jane could never know that the trip would change her for the rest of her life and leave only two of them coming back.

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The world is holding its breath as a group of explorers and scientists delve into the depths of a cave. Deaf for several years, Ali watches the excitement through her television screen, the news reporter’s narration only clear to her through the subtitles that pop up on screen.

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When Alice Salmon’s dead body is found in a river professor Jeremy Cooke, an academic at Salmon’s university, takes a particular interest.

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One hundred and fifty years after the flu ravaged the population, the world is a very different place. The sun bakes the desert land, pumping cancerous rays onto the few human survivors and the mutant creatures that stalk the land.

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Any new Nora Roberts novel is a delight for her fans; a welcome escape into a world where all problems have a solution and there are positive outcomes from times of struggle and difficulty. The Liar is no exception with a feast of engaging characters, beautifully drawn; a fearsome p

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The Good Girl is a familiar story of adultery, sexuality and family secrets but told through well-realised characters with such fascinating perspectives into human temptation that it rises above the usual clichés which these themes normally inspire. The title of this exhilarating fa

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