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This is Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" updated for a modern audience. Ted has just discovered his wife, Miranda, is having an affair with the contractor he has hired to build their dream house.

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The Serpent Papers is the first of a trilogy in which Cornwell shows her flair for crafting twists and turns. The prelude sets the scene and warns of the level of violence to come.

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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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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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Eric and Holly are just a normal American family. Holly has had health problems in the past but she has courageously undertaken a double mastectomy to ensure her mother and sister's genetic legacy does not occur in her.

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This debut psychological thriller is deliciously dark - Before I go to Sleep meets Gone Girl. The Girl on the Train follows the life of Rachel, an alcoholic embittered by her lot in life and desperate for escapism.

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McBeth’s second novel builds on the success of her first psychological thriller, Precious Thing, but spins an even darker, more claustrophobic world of murder, lies and suspense.

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At a dark, dingy bar in San Francisco, Emily drinks whisky and contemplates what she should do with her life when a Russian businessman approaches her. Offering money and drugs, Emily is easily swayed and asks little questions about what her job would be.

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An intelligent, plot driven thriller Genocide of One is the first of Kazuaki Takano’s books to be translated into English.

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Jurado exploits the shady netherworld of conspiracy theories, underworld hit men and agonising choices in his page-turning thriller set in Washington D.C. Widower and top neurosurgeon Dr David Evans is to operate on the president in 55 hours.

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