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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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In Marco Vichi's Death in Florence, it's 1966 and a young boy suddenly disappears as he walks home from school.

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Welcome to the House of Journalists, a London safe haven for 'Fellows', journalists and writers fleeing their homeland because of torture and political persecution. Julian Snowman is the founder and Chair, who rules the Committee with a benevolent tight fist.

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After a childhood tragedy, Sarah and Jennifer create the Never List, a list of rules to live by so they never find themselves in a dangerous situation.

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I Can See in the Dark by Kathy Reichs will be of interest to anyone who likes psychological thrillers based around the disturbed mind that manages to appear normal.

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