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October MAGNA (Hardcover)
DANGEROUS PROMISES Roberta Kray
When Sadie Wise strikes up a seemingly innocent conversation with a stranger on a train, the only thing on her mind is finding her husband Eddie and making him sign their divorce papers. She tells Mona that Eddie has been avoiding her for years but now Sadie knows where he is, she can finally be free from him. In Sadie’s mind, it’s a throwaway moment. In Mona’s mind, Sadie is asking Mona to do something very dangerous for her. That chance encounter sets off a chain of events involving murder, deception and danger. Mona won’t leave Sadie alone until she’s fulfilled her side of their ‘deal’ . . .
l Thriller – 450pp – October – ISBN 978 0 7505 4322 4
LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL Lynda Page
The holidaymakers at Jolly’s have nothing more to worry about than whether the sun will shine. If only that was the case for the staff. When the head of the entertainment team is accused of sleeping with a guest, his instant dismissal leads to Patsy Mathers landing the coveted role of Head Stripey. Patsy can’t believe her luck and is determined to do her best, but fellow Stripey Dixie Carter has other ideas. Staff manager, Harold Rose, has to ensure that Jolly’s remains the place where the good times roll. With drama and adventure at every turn, a holiday at Jolly’s is impossible to forget!
l Family Saga – 504pp – October – ISBN 978 0 7505 4296 8
A FOOL AND HIS MONEY Marina Pascoe
1924, Cornwall. When a man is found dead from gunshot wounds on Hunter’s Path, a picturesque spot in Falmouth, it’s up to Inspector Bartlett and Constable Boase to find out whodunnit – and, more importantly, why. The dead man, Clicker the Clown, was the main attraction at Martin’s Circus – and with his reputation as a kindly and well-respected old soul, who would want to kill him? As Bartlett and Boase investigate, they discover old enmities and a close-knit community which doesn’t want to give up its secrets . . . even if that means the gallows for some.
l Mystery – 246pp – October – ISBN 978 0 7505 4230 2
THE CHRISTMAS CAFE Amanda Prowse
Bea does not believe in second chances. A widow at fifty-three, she buries her grief in hard work, and soon the deli she runs in Sydney’s Surry Hills has a reputation for the best ever carrot cake.
But then an email from a cafe-owner in Edinburgh leads her to take a trip to Scotland in the depths of winter. There, transported by the twinkling lights and falling snow, Bea is drawn back to a secret past – and a secret love – that she long ago tried to forget . . .
l General Fiction – 294pp – October – ISBN 978 0 7505 4295 1
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