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The Grey King

The Dark Is Rising #4

by Susan Cooper

"Fire on the Mountain Shall Find the Harp of Gold Played to Wake the Sleepers, Oldest of the Old..."

With the final battle between the Light and the Dark soon approaching, Will sets out on a quest to call for...


The Bones in the Attic: A Novel of Suspense

Charlie Peace #7

by Robert Barnard

Matt Harper, a television and radio personality and a former professional soccer player, has just bought Elderholm, an old stone house in Leeds in the north of England. It's ideal for him, his partner Aileen,...


The Red Dahlia

Anna Travis #2

by Lynda La Plante

THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER!

"FOR THOSE WHO LOVE MYSTERIES BUT WISH THAT PATRICIA CORNWELL HAD A DIRTIER MIND,"* the author of Above Suspicion and the acclaimed Prime Suspect series returns with a new mystery....


The Distaff Side

by Elizabeth Palmer

When Bertie, a browbeaten son of Britain's upper crust, wants to marry Mai, the feminist who lives in the mansion down the road, his mother, Augusta, the ultra-snobby Langham matriarch, opposes their union....


Apple Tree Yard

by Louise Doughty

An intelligent, erotically charged thriller with deep moral implications

Yvonne Carmichael, a renowned geneticist, public authority, and happily married mother of two, sits in the witness box. The charge is...


Gabriel's Gift: A Novel

by Hanif Kureishi

Gabriel's father, a washed-up rock musician, has been chucked out of the house. His mother works nights in a pub and sleeps days. Navigating his way through the shattered world of his parents' generation, Gabriel...


Saints of the Shadow Bible

Inspector John Rebus #19

by Ian Rankin

Rebus and Malcolm Fox go head-to-head when a 30-year-old murder investigation resurfaces, forcing Rebus to confront crimes of the past

Rebus is back on the force, albeit with a demotion and a chip on his shoulder....


East, West: Stories

by Salman Rushdie

From the Booker Prize-winning author of The Satanic Verses comes nine stories that reveal the oceanic distances and the unexpected intimacies between East and West. Daring, extravagant, comical and humane, this...


Kalooki Nights

by Howard Jacobson

Max Glickman, a Jewish cartoonist whose seminal work is a comic history titled Five Thousand Years of Bitterness, recalls his childhood in a British suburb in the 1950s. Growing up, Max is surrounded by Jews,...


The Mistress of Alderley: A Novel of Suspense

by Robert Barnard

Robert Barnard, one of the great contemporary masters of classic mystery, returns with a brilliant new tale of passion and deception.

Well-known actress Caroline Fawley has given up a successful stage and television...


Head Full of Mountains

by Brent Hayward

When Crospinal’s ailing father finally dies, he is left utterly alone in the pen, surrounded by encroaching darkness. The machines that tended to him as a child have long ago vanished, and the apparitions...


People Of The Black Mountains Vol.Ii

by Raymond Williams

Raymond Williams' last novel is an imaginary history of Wales from Roman times to the Middle Ages. It is an expansive, profound and insightful panorama of ordinary human life, played out in the foothills of...


The Last Girl

by Stephan Collishaw

For a full hour I sat at my desk and stared up at the two photographs. One by one I smoked a packet of twenty Prima cigarettes.... The earth, I felt, was beginning to shift, and the long dead were stirring.

In...


The Poisoned Island: A Novel

by Lloyd Shepherd

Tahiti 1769. English sailors arrive on the shores of the Polynesian paradise— a place of staggering beauty where magic and ancient myths still hold sway. But they soon devastate the island with disease, war,...


The King's Return

Thomas Hill Trilogy #3

by Andrew Swanston

The king's coronation brings hope.

Until a murderer strikes.

Spring 1661

After years of civil war followed by Oliver Cromwell's joyless rule as Lord Protector, England awaits the coronation of King Charles II....


The Ottoman Cage

by Barbara Nadel

Barbara Nadel's The Ottoman Cage is a spicy thriller set in Istanbul's back alleys.

When a brutal murder shocks Istanbul's rundown Jewish quarter, the Turkish police force unleashes their best weapon - the chain-smoking,...


People Of The Black Mountains Vol.I

by Raymond Williams

This proud and haunting novel is the last great work of Raymond Harris, his final testament.

Here, in one vast, breathtaking sweep is his story of the land where he was born, the land he loved and left, but could...


Trouble Man

Henry Bane #3

by Tom Benn

It's Manchester, at the close of the millennium, and Henry Bane is now manager of an exclusive nightclub. He has a beautiful mistress, a teenage son, and is making moves in a violent underworld to which he is...


The Daylight Gate

by Jeanette Winterson

The Daylight Gate, an instant bestseller in the UK, is award-winning Jeanette Winterson’s singular vision of a dark period of complicated morality, sex, and tragic plays for power in a time when politics and...


The House on the Strand

by Daphne Du Maurier

"The House on the Strand is prime du Maurier." --New York Times

Dick Young is lent a house in Cornwall by his friend Professor Magnus Lane. During his stay he agrees to serve as a guinea pig for a new drug that...