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What would you do if your best friend disappeared? Jump onto the next flight to San Francisco? Or stay with your baby son? For Esther the answer is hard but obvious. But Margie, mother to the missing Laura, wonders why Esther doesn't know where Laura's gone.

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“Down with the dictatorship of aches and pains, and down with the doctors who stuff us with pills, and down with the daily routine that’s sending us to our graves. We’ve got to rebel. And when the end comes, well, we can bow out with dignity.”

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I thoroughly enjoyed Jenny McLachlan’s first novel, Flirty Dancing, so was looking forward to reading Love Bomb and it definitely did not disappoint.

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In the 1980s Robert Wardner was every teenage girl’s dream; eccentric, handsome, and the lead singer of The National Grid, a post-punk band with gritty guitar riffs and deafening drum solos.

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Celia Imrie has written a debut which marries The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel to El Dorado. What's not to like? If you're a fan of Katie Fforde and Maeve Haran, you will love Not Quite Nice.  Theresa, sick of her spoilt daughter and equally spoilt grandchildren, is in dire need of a change of scenery.

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If talking animals are your kind of thing then Holy Cow by David Duchovny is definitely a book for you. Elsie is a cow who, upon finding out the horrible truth about her future, decides to leave her farm in the US to travel to India so she can be adored for t

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A candid exploration through the schools of thought for modern dating told with wit, warmth and ultimately wisdom. Lauren Cunningham moves from America to London for her dream job at the Science Museum.

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As Martha Winter's writes invitations to her 80th birthday party, she knows exactly what she is planning. Martha has lived with a secret for years which could jeopardise her and her husband's idyllic life, but she is determined to let her family know what they have sacrificed.

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Katie, Pixie, Jane and Ellie have become firm friends at their weekly Slimming Zone meetings. But talk of diets, weight and food is beginning to lose its appeal.

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