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Can you be destroyed by love? In Bed, David Whitehouse tells the story of a family dominated by its eldest son, both physically and emotionally.

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A school is on fire and a desperate mother runs in to rescue her daughter. Both are critically injured, and can only communicate with each other through 'out of body' experiences. When the fire turns out to be arson, an investigation is launched to discover the perpetrator.

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The Sacred Heart Catholic church, with its small but loyal band of parishioners, finds itself the subject of intense curiosity when news gets out of a miracle within its hallowed walls: a statue of Jesus Christ has apparently bled from its wounds, witnessed by Mary-Margaret O'Reilly before she cr

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The seventh book from one of Iceland's best-known crime authors featuring the team of Detectives Erlendur, Elinborg and Oli, Outrage opens with a murder—though there's no sign of a break-in, and the victim appears to have taken rohypnol.

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The ramifications of a fatal road traffic collision in Brighton upon the life of young professional Carly Chase provide the perhaps unpromising premise of Dead Man's Grip, the seventh DS Roy Grace novel by Peter James.

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A bittersweet memoir of a young girl growing up in 1960s Iran under the shadow of her self-involved parents, Farangi Girl is a moving portrayal of the relationship between a mother and her daughter.

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