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Her
Harriet Lane
Review by Anna James

Harriet Lane has created a taut, unnerving thriller in Her that will keep you in its hold until the devastating conclusion.

Bittersweet
Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
Review by Jade Craddock

"If you want to be a Winslow you will have to change what being a Winslow means. You will have to take them all down."

Lobsters
Lucy Ivison and Tom Ellen
Review by Caroline Carpenter

Sam and Hannah are finishing their A-levels and preparing for university by making plans to get drunk, party with friends and lose their virginity.

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The quirky title of Romain Puértolas' debut novel leaves little room for the imagination.
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When embarking on a trip to Amsterdam to talk at a Computer Science convention, and then enjoy a clandestine romantic weekend with one of his students, Ariel Panek does not expect to be

Shots Fired
C.J. Box
Review by Janie Philips
In this anthology of short thriller stories, Shots Fired is American writer C.J. Box's mix of tales written over the last decade.
Remember Me This Way
Sabine Durrant
Review by Anahita Mody
Remember Me This Way is the new psychological thriller by Sabine Durrant.
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Review by Sally Hughes
This is a vivid novel which transports the reader directly into the heart of 17th century London. C.C.
Queen of the Tearling
Erika Johansen
Review by Joy Robinson
This is a thoroughly enjoyable fantasy set in a post-apocalyptic universe where the books of J.K. Rowling exist but otherwise we appear to be in "Game of Thrones" territory.
The Disappearance of Adele Bedeau
Graeme Macrae Burnet
Review by Anonymous
Originally published in France in 1982, The Disappearance of Adele Bedeau was only a moderately successful novel in it’s first incarnation.

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