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The Life I Left Behind
Colette McBeth
Review by Penny Batchelor
McBeth’s second novel builds on the success of her first psychological thriller, Precious Thing, but spins an even darker, more claustrophobic world of murder, lies and suspense.
Catherine Doyle
Review by Rebecca Watts
Life for Sophie Gracewell could definitely be going better.
The Year of Taking Chances
Lucy Diamond
Review by Emma Williams
A new year means the opportunity for a new start and brand new resolutions along with it.
Allan Boroughs
Review by Laura Iredale
If you enjoy epic, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants, fantasy journeys, then Bloodstone is the book for you.
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Feast of the Innocents
Evelio Rosero
Review by Sue Creed
Doctor Proceso lives a fraught life in Pasto, Colombia. His marriage to a beautiful but capricious wife has descended into bitterness and his two daughters ignore him.
The Hot Country
Robert Olen Butler
Review by Sally Hughes
The Hot Country is Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Olen Butler's first foray into the world of commercial fiction and it is one hell of a debut.
Ridley Road
Jo Bloom
Review by Jade Craddock
The tumultuous 1960s is the setting for Jo Bloom’s insightful novel Ridley Road – an exploration into an important, interesting and crucial narrative in British history, the Jewish commu

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