The Burning Girls – CJ Tudor

An unconventional vicar moves to a remote corner of the English countryside, only to discover a community haunted by death and disappearances both past and present–and intent on keeping its…

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Reckless – R.J. McBrien

You think you’ll stay the same – you won’t. Infidelity will change you forever. There can be no going back. Kirsten Calloway knows she should be grateful. She has a…

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The Unheard – Nicci French

‘He did kill. Kill and kill and kill.’ Tess’s number one priority has always been her three-year-old daughter Poppy. But splitting up with Poppy’s father Jason means that she cannot always…

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The Night She Disappeared – Lisa Jewell

‘Lisa Jewell is one of my favourite writers and this is her best yet. I read it in 24 hours. Utterly gripping with richly drawn, hugely compelling characters, this is a first class thriller with heart.’ LUCY FOLEY

‘I’m calling it early. This is Lisa’s best book yet, and she always sets that bar high! Stayed up so late because I couldn’t put it down.’ ADELE PARKS, author of Lies Lies Lies and Just My Luck

‘I love all Lisa’s books, but The Night She Disappeared is by far her best thriller yet.’ HARLAN COBEN

‘Mother of God, Lisa Jewell’s on fire. The Night She Disappeared is UNBELIEVABLY good. I was utterly utterly agog.’ MARIAN KEYES

‘Insane suspense. I loved it.’ LEE CHILD

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The Rule – David Jackson

The hiss of the bus doors made Daniel Timpson look up from his comic. He peered through the grimy window to check where he was. The journey home took in a total of ten bus stops. This was number eight. He had to be careful about his count, because sometimes drivers skipped a stop if nobody wanted to get on or off.
‘I thought you’d gone to sleep.’
Daniel turned to the woman sitting next to him. He thought she looked very old. Maybe more than a hundred. She’d probably die soon,. He hoped she didn’t die on the bus.

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