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Damage is classic Dick Francis; dynamic and daring; crisply written but with a riveting story storyline.

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It is the last day at school for teacher Yuko Moriguchi, but her farewell speech has a threatening tone.

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“I know who killed him.” A simple premise, yet in the hands of acclaimed Irish crime writer Tana French it becomes a powerful, gripping and page turning novel with a plot filled with lies, secrets and a year old murder.  When Holly Mack

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It is the middle of the night and snowing heavily but across a high railway bridge heading towards Stockholm is a young man. He is suffering from hypothermia and legionella but he still staggers through the snow.

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The Girl Who Couldn’t Read begins slowly with a tortuously unpleasant description of the medieval practices at an asylum for the mentally ill while Dr John Shepherd, newly appointed assistant to the owner, is being shown around.

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The Girl Who Couldn’t Read begins slowly with a tortuously unpleasant description of the medieval practices at an asylum for the mentally ill while Dr John Shepherd, newly appointed assistant to the owner, is being shown around.

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A gripping novel set in contemporary Norway, See You Tomorrow is a true original. The action takes place over three days in September, starting on Tuesday evening when Pal takes his dog for a walk in the woods.

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It is Spring 2011 and for three young men, Doctor Pleasant, Lieutenant Donavon and interpreter Dodge, their minds keep jumping back to 2006, the bloodiest stretch of the Iraq war.

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The discovery of a box containing the bones of two severed hands, from two different people, sparks less of a police investigation and more of a series of events between a group of friends who were children at the time of the crime.

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Following on from her successful first crime novel, Never Forget, Lisa Cutts has produced another nail-biting story. Remember, Remember follows DC Nina Foster as she returns to work after a near-fatal stabbing.

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In Broadchurch we have the classic horror story of lives disrupted by the death of a child.

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