8 Oct 2019

The Lost Ones

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Horror
Historical Fiction
⭐A 2019 Top Rated Read⭐

By Anita Frank

Hardcover 464 pages
Publisher HQ (31 Oct 2019)

‘If you liked A Woman in Black, you’ll love this utterly gripping and atmospheric book.’ Woman & Home




4 Oct 2019

The Family Upstairs

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Psychological Thriller
⭐A 2019 Top Rated Read⭐


By Lisa Jewell

Paperback 432 pages
Publisher Arrow (12 Dec 2019)

‘This is my pick of the crop of thrillers out this month … Lisa Jewell is brilliant at creating a menacing atmosphere and this is almost unbelievably tense at times.’ Good Housekeeping




26 Sep 2019

The Letter

Humour
Romance
Short Stories

By Sean-Paul Thomas

Paperback 55 pages
Publisher Independently published (5 Aug 2019)







Elevator Pitch

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Crime
Thriller
⭐A 2019 Top Rated Read⭐

By Linwood Barclay

Hardcover 400 pages
Publisher HQ (5 Sept 2019)

'You should read Elevator Pitch by Linwood Barclay as soon as possible. It's one hell of a suspense novel.' Stephen King




12 Sep 2019

Certain Danger

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Horror

By F.R. Jameson

Paperback 160 pages
Publisher Independently published (14 Jun 2019)









5 Sep 2019

Murder at the Book Club

Photo of the book cover of Murder at the Book Club by Betsy Reavley
Crime

By Betsy Reavley

Paperback 216 pages
Publisher Bloodhound Books (6 Aug 2018)

'A deliciously Agatha Christie-style mystery that sucks you in from the first page.' Sibel Hodge, bestselling author of Look Behind You




29 Aug 2019

Black Summer

Photo of the book cover of Black Summer by M. W. Craven
Crime
⭐A 2019 Top Rated Read⭐

By M. W. Craven

Paperback 400 pages
Publisher Constable (12 Dec 2019)

'In Tilly and Poe, MW Craven has created a stand-out duo who are two of the most compelling characters in crime fiction in recent years. They deserve to join the ranks of Holmes and Watson, Rebus and Clarke, Hill and Jordan . . .' Fiona Cummins