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Elizabeth George is a wonderful author. She spins exciting 'whodunits' with great twists and turns, peopled with fabulous stand-out characters – but recently she seems to have developed itchy feet.

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Take incredibly high snow-covered peaks and daring climbers pitting themselves against the elements; add in spies, a conspiracy or two and things that go bump in the night – and you have an adrenaline-filled read in Dan Simmons' The Abominable.

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At the end of Val McDermid's last Tony Hill thriller, Carol and Tony’s lives were torn apart, leaving them adrift from work, society and each other.

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Prayer is Kerr’s first stand-alone novel in almost ten years and it packs a very powerful punch.

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Set on the Gulf Coast of Texas in the 19th century, The Outcasts is a vivid, well-told tale of opportunity and trust taking place within the boundaries of violence and revenge.

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In a London of the near-future, amid political unrest and during a reccession, a bomb goes off in a city market and the lives of two teenagers are changed forever.

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In Alafair Burke's If You Were Here, we follow the demise of former assistant district attorney McKenna Jordan, who has rebuilt her life as a journalist.

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Menace crackles through the prose in Linda Huber's disturbing thriller The Paradise Trees. It tells the story of Alicia, who returns to the Yorkshire village of her childhood one summer to help care for her elderly father Bob.

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