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Undercover spy Tom Wilde returns to solve military air crash mystery

A Prince And A Spy by Rory Clements Just days after two royal princes meet up for secret talks in wartime Sweden, one of them is killed in a mysterious air crash. The official...

When the 50s American dream turned into a nightmare – riveting debut novel

The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper The apparent calm of a wealthy Santa Monica neighbourhood during an afternoon of stifling heat in 1959 is torn apart when a home help finds a...

Handsome Vikings, love and a writer’s inspiration all to be found in the Orkneys

Coming Home to Brightwater Bay by Holly Hepburn  Bestselling romantic novelist Merry Wilde has hit a brick wall in both her professional and private life… Struck down for six months by a worrying...

Forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway is back for another addictive whodunnit

The Night Hawks by Elly Griffiths Locals say that when you see the spectral hound, Black Shuck, it’s a sign of imminent death… but is it just an old legend or a terrifying...

Hello! Magazine editor Rosie Nixon reveals her three-year passion project

Just Between Friends by Rosie Nixon When mums-to-be Aisha Moore and Lucy Raven meet at a local antenatal group, they quickly form a bond on the shared journey to parenthood. What Aisha doesn’t yet...

Romance, culinary and horticultural delights, Heidi Swain’s new novel’s got the lot

The Winter Garden by Heidi Swain Light the fire, cuddle up close and escape into the warm glow of wintertime and Christmas with the much-loved queen of feelgood Heidi Swain. Anyone who has read...

Dark humour, war and tingling tension, what’s not to love about The Unwanted Dead?

The Unwanted Dead by Chris Lloyd On the day the Nazis march into Paris with their bands, tanks and swastika flags, French police inspector and Great War veteran Eddie Giral has other things...

Lynda La Plante: The queen of crime is back

Buried by Lynda La Plante A burnt-out cottage, a dead body, and over a million pounds worth of charred bank notes linked to a notorious train robbery… it can only mean one thing....