Fiction

    A Game of Four

    By Sue Evans

    Paperback £4.99

    A Game of Four ....Ralph Connor arrives at work one morning to find his world turned upside down by a sinister, cloaked character known as the Watcher, who claims to have kidnapped his wife and seems to mysteriously know his every move and deepest, most innermost secrets..... .....Ralph unwittingly becomes...

    Salvation Earth

    By Alan Boswell

    Paperback £9.99

    Saltaire Blonde

    By Alan Hall

    Paperback £7.99

    Shimmer of Hummingbirds

    Paperback £7.85

    Praise for Steve Burrows's Birder Murder mystery series: 'Most entertaining.' The Times 'Delightful.' Daily Mail 'Suspenseful.' Publishers Weekly

    Skin Deep

    By Liz Nugent

    Paperback £10.25

    The deliciously sinister new novel from the No 1 bestselling author of Richard and Judy Book Club pick, Lying in Wait 'I could probably have been an actress. It is not difficult to pretend to be somebody else. Isn't that what I've been doing for most of my life?' Cordelia...

    The House of Secrets

    By Fay Evans

    Paperback £5.99

    Caroline is determined to discover the truth at all costs. Would you probe the secrets of an old house or let them rest in peace? See how a woman finds something hidden from the world since World War II. You will laugh, cry and feel her every emotion. Author's note:...

    The Shadow Queen

    By Anne O'Brien

    Paperback £7.25

    The Sunday Times Bestseller `A cracking historical novel' - Good Housekeeping `A dangerous word, perhaps, for a woman. Power.'

    Spanish Light: A Novel

    By Stephen Grant

    Paperback £11.54

    A gripping hi-jinks finance and legal thriller pulled straight from the headlines of the global economic meltdown.

    My DisOrganised Life

    By Nina Whyle

    Paperback £7.79

    Fed up with life not going her way, Eve Poots comes up with a list of things to do while she’s still twenty-something.

    Sisyphus Unleashed

    By Mick Mitchell

    Paperback £10.89

    Sisyphus Unleashed is a comic, nostalgic and often tragic look back at the lives of a small mining community in the eighties. The Live Aid Concert acts as a backdrop to the story in which the past catches up with a diverse collection of characters.

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