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Deep Dirty Truth by Steph Broadribb
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘A price on her head, and just 48 hours to expose the truth, and save her family.’ I’m sure you all heard me roar when I heard Steph Broadribb and...

The Great Wide Open by Douglas Kennedy
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‘All families are secret societies. Realms of intrigue and internal warfare, governed by their own rules…..’ Sometimes a book arrives that initially intrigues, immediately immerses and then just blows your...

Apple of My Eye by Claire Allan
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‘All she ever wanted was a child…’ Described as a ‘shockingly twisting thriller that will shake you to your very core’, Apple of My Eye tells the story of one woman’s desperation to...

The Break Line by James Brabazon
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His last mission. Our only hope. Published with Penguin Books The Break Line is described as ‘a debut dripping with authenticity and menace. Smart, unputdownable and packed with irresistible set pieces and jaw-dropping...

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley
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Everyone’s invited. Everyone’s a suspect. Due for publication with Harper Collins on 24th January The Hunting Party has been described as ‘the most hotly-anticipated thriller of 2019 bristling with tension, bitter rivalries, and...

Echoes of Grace by Caragh Bell
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Even in death, love survives…  Echoes of Grace is the fourth novel from Irish writer Caragh Bell. Just published with Poolbeg Press, it tells the story of ‘a young woman who, having...

Becoming by Michelle Obama
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‘Let’s invite one another in. Maybe then we can begin to fear less, to make fewer wrong assumptions, to let go of the biases and stereotypes that unnecessarily divide us.’...

The Man With No Face by Peter May
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‘An explosive crime thriller set between the UK and Europe at the time of Britain joining the EU’  The Man With No Face is a book that was originally published in...

The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse
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Old secrets cast long shadows…  Oh, how excited was I when I heard Kate Mosse had returned with a new series set in the Languedoc region of France. I absolutely...

The Stepsister by Jenny O’ Brien
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She should never have let her go.  That was her first mistake.  She trusted him.  That was her second... The Stepsister is the latest book from Jenny O’ Brien and was...