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Here are some of the books we have recently read and enjoyed. They are an eclectic mix of recently published, re-released and old favourites revisited.
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Some Of Our Favourite Reads
Kill Them Twice
by Eveleigh & Turner
A stylish co-authored high-octane thriller. It’s a modern, fresh and engrossing novel written with spark and mordant wit. A fascinating look into the mind of a rather unusual assassin.
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
by Rebecca Wells
A splendid tale of true friendship in middle-class 1950s Louisiana. No subject is taboo as you follow the lives of the four women who are the Ya-Yas. a beautifully crafted, penetrating insight into society, friendship, the mother/daughter divide and religion.
The First Casualty
by Lucy Floyd
Originally published by The Bodley Head and Pan this epic tale set against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War has now been released as an eBook. Two very different families fight for all they hold dear.
Zombies v. Ninjas: Origin
by R.A. Barnes
This first book in the series breaks new ground in the zombie genre. Some serious science coupled with scary twists on the zombie trope. A cast of very human ninjas do battle with an evil horde that threatens the existence of the human race.
The English Spy
by Daniel Silva
The latest adventure featuring the Israeli spy, Gabriel Allon. Compelling, fast-paced and fascinating. Don’t worry if you haven’t read any of the previous thirteen books; each one is a stand alone and Siva is as adept at catching the reader up as he is at avoiding the word Mossad!
Twelve Curious Deaths in France
by John Goldsmith
Written with the style, sophistication and insight to be expected from a best-selling author and Emmy-nominated screenwriter. This is a wickedly playful collection of highly original tales from a master story-teller.
by Georgia Fallon
Not your usual romance and not just a book for women. Intermingled with affairs of the heart you’ll find bribery, blackmail, intimidation and manipulation. Available only as an eBook this title is currently on special offer at 99c/99p.
by Lionel Davidson
First published in 1994 this ‘quest’ thriller stands the test of time. Slow-burn to begin with it builds to a breathless and satisfying denouement. It vividly brings to life the weird, wild and wonderful land that is Siberia.
Farewell to Russia
by Jim Williams
The Cold War just got colder. A gripping KGB detective thriller in the style of John le Carré, the first in a series from this Booker nominated-author.
by Herman Koch
Dark, compelling and full of surprises. An award-winning novel which is a master-class in the use of the unreliable narrator. How far would you go to protect your family?