Books by Publisher: ALLISON & BUSBY

    Place of Hope

    By Anna Jacobs

    Paperback £7.25

    A devastating accident is only the start of Emily Mattison's troubles... When Emily Mattison falls victim to a near-fatal accident shortly after receiving an unexpected inheritance from a distant cousin, her ruthless nephew George seizes the opportunity to take control of his aunt's assets.

    Lustre Of Lost Things

    By Sophie Chen Keller

    Paperback £10.25

    There is only one place in the world that lonely twelve-year-old Walter Lavender feels at home: The Lavenders, his mother's unusual bakery. When the mysterious and magical Book at the heart of the shop vanishes and a landlord threatens closure, it is up to Walter to find the Book and...

    Elementary Murder

    By A. J. Wright

    Paperback £7.25

    1894, Wigan. Miss Dorothea Gadsworth is interviewed for a teaching vacancy at George Street Elementary, but is ultimately dismissed as a candidate. Shortly afterwards, her body is discovered in a locked classroom with a note by her side. DS Brennan, aided by the scowling Constable Jaggery, wrestles with one of...

    Stranger In Honeyfield

    By Anna Jacobs

    Paperback £7.25

    1916: Bella is working as a Voluntary Aid driving ambulances in England when she gets engaged to Philip, on leave from fighting in France. His family strongly disapprove of her but the two of them are happy together. When the worst happens, Bella must manage on her own, though there...

    Purged

    By Peter Laws

    Paperback £7.25

    Matt Hunter lost his faith a long time ago. He is now a professor of sociology writing books that debunk the Christian faith and assisting the police solve religiously-motivated crimes. His family holiday becomes sinister when local women go missing. Matt is on the trail of a killer determined to...

    On a Particular Service

    By David Donachie

    Hardback £14.45

    John Pearce is going home but things are never that simple. In a whirlwind of action, there are forged wills, devious trades, contrived murders and dangerous spy missions, with so much deceit that Pearce does not know who to trust. All he can hope to do is survive.

    Unleashed

    By Peter Laws

    Paperback £10.25

    Matt Hunter, former minister and now professor of sociology, is called in to advise the police at the scene of alleged poltergeist activity after someone dies, having been affected by the strange and tragic events of the site. He can't help being drawn into the question: are forces beyond the...

    Midnight Queen

    By Sylvia Hunter

    Paperback £7.25

    Gray Marshall's Britain is a fragmented kingdom of many tongues, many gods and many magics. He is desperate to return to his studies at Merlin College, Oxford. With his friend Sophie Callender the pair find themselves on a journey that will involve them in a conspiracy at the heart of...

    Treacherous Coast

    By David Donachie

    Paperback £7.25

    1796. Pearce and his wife Emily are in living in Bath, when Minister of War Henry Dundas turns up and suggests a second mission to the Vendee. The proposed expedition looks promising and Pearce takes the bait. Once at sea, however, Pearce and his crew encounter a French fleet and...

    Ash and Quill

    By Rachel Caine

    Paperback £7.25

    The third novel in the Great Library series.

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