The King of Spain by Robert Ford

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Sam takes up the offer of a job in Edge Hill, a retirement home in Sussex, where the residents have reached well beyond the usual lifespan. He leaves behind a life of caring for his […]

The Obamas A True Story by Jodi Kantor

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Published to coincide with the build-up to the US Presidential elections, Kantor writes of the Obamas living together as a family in The White House. It is a story of conflicts – work versus family, […]

Dirty Little Secret by Jon Stock

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In this, the third book in the Trilogy featuring MI6 agent Daniel Marchant and terrorist Salim Dhar, the action takes place in Afghanistan, Morocco, France and, less predictably, in rural England. It is a story […]

The Good Father by Diane Chamberlain

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In North Carolina, Travis Brown is caring alone for his young daughter, Bella. Everything he does is focussed on providing for her safety and security. But when he loses his job and home, his life […]

Disgrace by Jussi Adler-Olsen

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Adler-Olsen’s second book featuring Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q (the Cold case division) and his delightfully unorthodox sidekick Assad, this is tipped to be as big as “The Killing” and “The Girl…”, when it […]

Morgue Drawer Four by Jutta Profijt

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Pascha/Sascha Lerchenberg is a corpse (or maybe a ghost), unappealing in life and not much mourned in death; Martin Gänsewein is an articulate, committed and hard working Coroner. For the majority of the story, Pascha’s […]

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