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Forensic psychologist, Paula Maguire returns in Claire McGowan’s spectacular follow up to The Lost.

All the Things You Are
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Esther Goldfaden is a Holocaust survivor and now lives out her days in New York, a city that has given her a whole new life, with her daughter Rosalind and her husband Frank and her granddaughters,

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Jeremy Bushnell’s first novel is the tale of a man finding his way in a world that turns out to be stranger than he ever imagined.

Jake Wallis Simons
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A traffic jam on the M25 might not seem like the ideal recipe for a compelling novel, but all the ingredients are there.

Sweet Dreams Little One
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Review by Tracy Eynon

Massimo is just nine when his mother dies.

That Part Was True
Deborah McKinlay
Review by Rebecca Dark

In That Part Was True, Jackson Cooper and Eve Petworth develop a friendship following Eve’s initial letter to Jackson praising a scene in one of his novels.

The May Bride
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Tudor history has proved a mine of inspiration to historical fiction writers such as Philippa Gregory.

Do No Harm
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Do No Harm humanizes the impregnable clinicism of the neurosurgeon, and offers a unique insight into the personal and professional experience of the medical practitioner.

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