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Encore In Death
  • 9781399125673
  • 01-03-2023
Encore In Death (Softcover)
J.D. Robb

A glittering event full of A-listers, hosted by Eliza Lane and Brant Fitzhugh, a celebrity couple who'd conquered both Hollywood and Broadway. And now Eve Dallas has made her entrance - but not as a guest. After raising a toast, Brant falls to the floor and dies, with physical symptoms pointing to cyanide, and the police have crashed the party. Brant wasn't the kind of star who made enemies. Everyone loved him, even his ex-wife. And since the champagne cocktail that killed him was originally intended for Eliza, it's possible she was the real target - with a recently fired assistant, a bitter rival, and an obsessed fan in the picture. As one who's not fond of the spotlight herself, Eve dreads the media circus surrounding a case like this. All she wants is to figure out who's truly innocent - and who's only acting that way...

The Bellbird River Country Choir
  • 9781399137027
  • 01-03-2023
The Bellbird River Country Choir (Softcover)
Sophie Green

Bellbird River, 1998. Teacher and single mum Alex has arrived in the small town of Bellbird River after escaping the city, in search of a change of pace and the chance to reconnect with her young daughter. Across town, well-known matriarch Victoria and her globe-trotting, opera-singing cousin Gabrielle find themselves at a crossroads in their personal and professional lives, while local baker Janine and newcomer to the area Debbie are each secretly dealing with the consequences of painful pasts. With its dusty streets, lone pub and iron-lace verandahs, Bellbird River could just be a pit stop on the road to somewhere else. But their town holds secrets and surprises, and it has a heart: the Bellbird River choir. Amid the melodies and camaraderie of the group, each of these women will find the courage to leave the past behind.

Red Dirt Road
  • 9781399137829
  • 01-03-2023
Red Dirt Road (Softcover)
S.R. White

In Unamurra - a drought-scarred, one-pub town deep in the outback - two men are savagely murdered a month apart, their bodies elaborately arranged like angels. With no witnesses, no obvious motive, and no apparent connection between the killings, how can lone police officer Detective Dana Russo - flown in from hundreds of kilometres away - possibly solve such a brutal, baffling case? Met with silence and suspicion from locals who live by their own set of rules, Dana must take over a stalled investigation with only a week to make progress. But with a murderer hiding in plain sight, and the parched days rapidly passing, Dana is determined to uncover the shocking secrets of this forgotten town - a place where anyone could be a killer.

  • 9781399137973
  • 01-03-2023
Electra (Softcover)
Kerry Greenwood

Princess of Mycenae, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, sister of the sacrificed Iphigenia and the cursed Orestes. Electra is forced to flee her home after witnessing the shocking revenge-murder of her father, by her mother, on his return from the Trojan War. Life beyond the palace is frightening, and the scandalous behaviour of her foreign companions disturbs her, but she needs the help of the Trojan Cassandra, and her two lovers, to survive. Driven by her own desire for vengeance, Electra's life becomes one of adventure, peril, pleasure, tragedy and love.

The Drift
  • 9781444849967
  • 01-03-2023
The Drift (Softcover)
C.J. Tudor

During a deadly snowstorm, Hannah awakens to carnage, all mangled metal and shattered glass. Evacuated from a secluded boarding school, her coach careered off the road, trapping her with a handful of survivors. Meg awakens to a gentle rocking. She's in a cable car stranded high above snowy mountains, with five strangers and no memory of how they got on board. Carter is gazing out of the window of an isolated ski chalet that he and his companions call home. As their generator begins to waver in the storm, the threat of something lurking in the chalet's depths looms larger. Outside, the storm rages. Inside one group, a killer lurks. But which one? And who will make it out alive?

  • 9781444849974
  • 01-03-2023
Livid (Softcover)
Patricia Cornwell

Forensic pathologist Kay Scarpetta has just inherited one of the most notorious cases of her career. Almost two years ago, a former beauty queen's body washed up on the shore of Wallops Island, Virginia. She was last seen on a boat with her fiance, who has since been held in jail while awaiting trial. Scarpetta must act as the expert witness for the case: an investigation previously botched by another forensic pathologist. After a gruelling cross-examination by the prosecutor, Scarpetta leaves the court - only to discover that the sister of the judge on her case has been found dead. Now she finds herself facing a powerful, invisible enemy, who's planning the unthinkable...

Murder Most Royal
  • 9781444849998
  • 01-03-2023
Murder Most Royal (Softcover)
S.J. Bennett

Christmas at Sandringham is going to be murder... A human hand and a bag of drugs are found washed up on a beach next to the Queen's estate at Sandringham. The Queen identifies the 70-year-old victim, Edward St Cyr, from his signet ring. But the search for his killer is not so straightforward. Suspects include the Queen's horse groom, a shady land agent, and an aristocrat neighbour - as well as the victim's many cousins and relations. The investigation leads the Queen - with her trusted assistant Rozie - to a local pigeon racing club, back to London, and to the ancient Godwick Hall. But how do the seemingly disparate pieces of the puzzle fit together? And who is the next victim?

The Lady And The Steward
  • 9781444850024
  • 01-03-2023
The Lady And The Steward (Softcover)
Sue Cook

When two people secretly love each other, arranging their marriage of convenience should be a simple matter. But when Sir Henry Watson's beautiful daughter and his faithful steward lose the estate that binds them together, they risk losing each other, too. Can Julia and Morgan overcome past traumas and admit their true feelings? Or will they be parted forever?

Trapped In Heaven
  • 9781444850031
  • 01-03-2023
Trapped In Heaven (Softcover)
Wendy Kremer

Lucies job is to safeguard and assess VIP properties. She's employed to check on various worldwide homes belonging to the rich Hepburn family. The oldest son, Matthew, shuns romantic relationships since his ex-fiancee two-timed him; Lucie finds him arrogant. When checking a house on an island, Matthew turns up unexpectedly...but so do insurgent rebels. Matthew and Lucie are forced to hide in the jungle. Will they survive? And will Matthew admit his feelings for Lucie, even when his ex-fiancee resurfaces?

Risky Business
  • 9781444850048
  • 01-03-2023
Risky Business (Softcover)
Gail Richards

It seems odd that Letty's boss is so keen for her to learn the outmoded skill of shorthand. But when her teacher Miss Kemp suffers a serious fall, Letty's skill and eye for detail lead her - along with Miss Kemp's gorgeous nephew Adam - into finding clues to a decades-old crime. And that could put them both, and their friends, in grave danger...

A Holiday In Bologna
  • 9781444850055
  • 01-03-2023
A Holiday In Bologna (Softcover)
Lindsay Townsend

Heidi Manelli arrives in Italy on a mission. A letter and documents given to her on her 21st birthday revealed that her true family name is Soleari, and she has family living in Bologna. Orphaned, she is unsure how her estranged relatives will receive her. Standing outside the Villa Rosa, she encounters the quietly charismatic yet aloof Stefano. He's suspicious of her sudden appearance and disinclined to believe who she is. After pleading from her cousin Rosa, Heidi reluctantly agrees to stay at the villa, where she swiftly discovers further mystery and danger. She turns to Stefano for help - but will he come through? Is their developing relationship a holiday romance, or something deeper? And is her holiday in Bologna going to change her life forever?

  • 9781444850086
  • 01-03-2023
Kilraine! (Softcover)
Jack Crow

Jared Kilraine was a gunfighter tired of his violent past, and doing his best to escape it. He met and married Grace Jefferson - but when trouble followed him, he rode out of town to protect his family, leaving his wife and unborn child behind... Years later, he receives a telegram from Grace, asking him for help. Rancher Carver Giles wants to buy her father Sam's land, and won't take no for an answer. Then Grace is shot, and Sam murdered. And when Kilraine hears of this, he will take his revenge...

Payback Canyon
  • 9781444850130
  • 01-03-2023
Payback Canyon (Softcover)
Rob Hill

Due to a combination of laziness and bad judgement, sheep farmer Wiley Hansen is broke. He tells his daughter Grace that he has arranged paid work for her on a neighbouring farm. She willingly agrees in order to help the family reality, he intends to put her up for auction in the local saloon. But Grace manages to escape when the auction is disrupted by the arrival of a notorious outlaw. Believing she has been kidnapped, her brother Joe sets out to find her and bring her home. And when Joe does eventually discover where his sister is, what he finds is far from what he expected...

A Badge For Brazos
  • 9781444850239
  • 01-03-2023
A Badge For Brazos (Softcover)
E. Jefferson Clay

Trouble was brewing in the town of Harmony, between the gun-toughs who manned the Two-Bar ranch, the hardcases who hung around the Rawhide Saloon, and the beleaguered miners out at Whipple Creek. Into this explosive situation rode Hank Brazos and Duke Benedict. With a thin bankroll, they were looking to earn some fast money to continue their hunt for a Civil War guerrilla who'd killed their comrades and stolen a fortune in Confederate gold - a fortune they themselves planned to get their hands on. So Brazos pinned on the sheriff's badge in return for a hundred dollars a month...and soon found himself taking his responsibilities more seriously than he'd thought possible!

Trail To Nowhere
  • 9781444850253
  • 01-03-2023
Trail To Nowhere (Softcover)
Sheldon B. Cole

Blake Durant was on his way to Crimson Falls when he stopped by Jessica Gray's ranch for water. Before he could move on again, the young widow's son came galloping into the yard, bruised and bloodied. Three men had stolen their two calves, and beaten young Jesse when he tried to stop them. Much as he knew he should just ride on, Blake knew he couldn't. So he stood shoulder to shoulder with the Grays against a vicious land baron with an army of gunnies on his payroll. And when the smoke finally cleared, the winner would take all!

The Ghost Woods
  • 9781444850604
  • 01-03-2023
The Ghost Woods (Softcover)
C.J. Cooke

In the midst of the woods stands a house called Lichen Hall. It is shrouded in folklore - old stories of fairies, of witches, of a child who was not quite a child. Now the woods are creeping closer, and something has been unleashed. Pearl Gorham arrives in 1965, one of a string of young women sent to Lichen Hall to give birth. She grows to suspect that the proprietors are hiding something. Then she meets the mysterious mother and young boy who live in the grounds, and together they begin to unpick the secrets of this place. As the truth comes to the surface and the darkness moves in, Pearl must rethink everything she knew - and risk what she holds most dear.

The Twist Of A Knife
  • 9781444850697
  • 01-03-2023
The Twist Of A Knife (Softcover)
Anthony Horowitz

In an awkward meeting, author Anthony Horowitz finishes his writing partnership with former police detective Daniel Hawthorne. He's had his fill of following Hawthorne around on investigations, and his play MINDGAME is about to open at the famous Vaudeville Theatre in the Strand. Not surprisingly, Hawthorne declines to be in the audience. MINDGAME is savagely reviewed by SUNDAY TIMES critic Harriet Throsby. The next day, Throsby is stabbed in the heart with an ornamental dagger: a weapon belonging to Anthony, which has his fingerprints all over it. Arrested by his old enemy Detective Inspector Cara Grunshaw, thrown into prison, and brutally interrogated, Anthony is the prime suspect in Throsby's murder. When a second theatre critic dies in mysterious circumstances, the net closes in. Ever more desperate, the playwright realises that only one man can help him. But will Hawthorne take the call?

  • 9781444850703
  • 01-03-2023
Colditz (Softcover)
Ben Macintyre

In a forbidding Gothic castle on a hilltop in the heart of Nazi Germany, an unlikely band of British officers spent the Second World War plotting daring escapes from their Nazi captors. Or so the story of Colditz has gone, unchallenged for 70 years. But that tale contains only part of the truth. The astonishing inside story, revealed for the first time by bestselling historian Ben Macintyre, is a tale of the indomitable human spirit, but also one of snobbery, class conflict, homosexuality, bullying, espionage, boredom, insanity and farce. With access to an astonishing range of material, Macintyre reveals a remarkable cast of characters hitherto hidden from history, with captors and prisoners living for years cheek-by-jowl in a thrilling game of cat and mouse. Deeply researched and full of incredible human stories, this is the definitive book on Colditz.

A Little Bird
  • 9781787829244
  • 01-03-2023
A Little Bird (Softcover)
Wendy James

Running from a bad relationship, journalist Jo Sharpe heads home to Arthurville, the drought-stricken town she turned her back on years earlier. While some things have changed - her relationship with her ailing, crotchety father; her new job at the community newspaper - Jo finds that her return has rekindled the grief and uncertainty she experienced during her childhood following the inexplicable disappearance of her mother and baby sister. Returning to Arthurville has its unexpected pleasures as Jo happily reconnects with old friends and makes a few new ones. But she can't let go of her search for answers to that long-ago mystery. And as she keeps investigating, the splash she's making begins to ripple outwards. Someone doesn't want her picking through the debris of the past. And they'll go to any lengths to silence the little bird before she sings the truth.

A Wartime Reunion At Goodwill House
  • 9781801628648
  • 01-03-2023
A Wartime Reunion At Goodwill House (Softcover)
Fenella J. Miller

September 1940 With harvest approaching, land girl Daphne is busier than ever as she ploughs the fields and tends to the animals with her friends Sal and Charlie. All three girls enjoy the relative peace of Goodwill House...but war is never far away. When a German plane crash lands in the grounds of Goodwill House, everyone is shocked, especially when the two German pilots are declared missing. Where could they be hiding? Tensions are high, and Daphne is dealt yet another shock, when she meets Corporal Robert Andrews - the man she was once engaged to marry! Goodwill House is the last place she expected to be reunited with Bob and although he looks dashing in his uniform, Daphne doesn't think she can ever forgive him for breaking her heart. With the war getting closer every day, can these two finally be reunited for good or will their love be forever lost...?

A Change Of Heart For The Cornish Midwife
  • 9781801620352
  • 27-02-2023
A Change Of Heart For The Cornish Midwife (Softcover)
Jo Bartlett

A forever love...or a future dashed? Midwife Ella Mehenick can't wait to marry the love of her life, Dan Ferguson. They have both waited so long for their perfect day, and they know their future together will be everything they've ever dreamed of. But when Ella suddenly and unexpectedly collapses at work - all plans are put on hold. Dan just wants Ella to get better, but Ella, so used to caring for others, struggles to accept she needs care herself. She doesn't want Dan to give up everything for her and suddenly the life they dreamed of seems to be slipping through their fingers... Once rock solid, Ella and Dan suddenly seem further apart than ever before. Can they find a path back to their happy ever after or will Ella's change of heart risk everything they love?

The Ragged Orphan
  • 9781801626828
  • 24-02-2023
The Ragged Orphan (Softcover)
Lindsey Hutchinson

When 12 year-old Jared Johnson's little sister dies, just hours after his mother breathes her last after wasting away so her children could eat, he knows he is on his own. Desperate to avoid the workhouse, he does everything he can to survive the inhospitable streets of Birmingham. Jared is blessed with the gift of the gab and soon attracts the attention of the King of the Tatters, Toby McGuire. Recognising a kindred spirit, Toby soon has Jared out on a cart hustling for rags. Jared loves driving his horse Bess, shouting 'any old rags' as loud as he can, and it's not long before he's thriving. But being successful can bring you enemies as well as friends. Toby knows that Jared is destined for bigger things - provided his big mouth doesn't get him hurt first...

The Lady Of The Loch
  • 9781802800272
  • 23-02-2023
The Lady Of The Loch (Softcover)
Elena Collins

Ravenscraig Castle, Scotland. 1307 When the castle she works in is sacked by the army of Prince Edward of England, kitchen maid Agnes Fitzgerald manages to escape north of Inverness to throw herself at the mercy of the Lord and Lady at Ravenscraig Castle. Although safe for now, the people of Scotland are fighting hard for their independence, and the threat of the English hangs heavy over the land. But when Agnes spies Cam Buchanan swimming in the loch, her mind turns away from war and towards love. Agnes even dares to dream of a happy future, until she learns that Cam must go and fight alongside Robert de Brus. Present day Twins Leah and Zoe need a change, so caretaking at Ravenscraig Castle is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all. Surrounded by rugged Highland countryside, and bordered by a loch, the picturesque setting is everything they dreamed of. But the locals are reluctant to visit Ravenscraig, and there are whispers of ghosts and lost souls. The sisters quickly dismiss such superstition, but soon the overwhelming sadness they feel coming from tower grows too hard to ignore. Can the sisters finally right the wrongs of seven hundred years of heartbreak, seven hundred years of betrayal...

Dreams Come True At Primrose Hall
  • 9781802807127
  • 22-02-2023
Dreams Come True At Primrose Hall (Softcover)
Jill Steeples

Pia Temple has always had a soft spot for Jackson Moody following a passionate teenage love affair that burnt out over one long summer, more than ten years ago. First loves can be hard to forget, and the devastatingly gorgeous Jackson, is harder to forget than most. After putting aside her ambitions while she cared for her parents, it is finally time for Pia to think about herself. So, when she's offered the perfect job running the social calendar at Primrose Hall, with a dreamy flat included, how can she refuse? There's only one problem... The new owner of the refurbished seventeenth-century manor house set in the idyllic Primrose Woods, is none other than Jackson, the man she's thought about every day for years. In a whirl of weddings and craft fairs, literary festivals and tea parties, Pia blossoms in her new role. But with the delectable Jackson a daily distraction, maybe this isn't the dream job after all - especially when Jackson's unfeasibly beautiful ex-girlfriend Tara, comes back to visit the hall...