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MAGNA (Hardcover)
February
NO SAFE PLACE Matt Hilton
“Roars along at a ferocious pace . . .” The Observer on the Joe Hunter series
Who does Andrew Clayton turn to when his wife has been murdered, his child is in danger, and the police think he is responsible? Despite his mistrust of Clayton, Joe Hunter accepts the job of protecting young Cole. But who is he protecting the boy from? And why? It’s clear Clayton knows more about his wife’s killer, but he isn’t saying. And when his silence places Cole in the killer’s sights there’s... No Safe Place.
l Thriller – 372pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4526 6
THE MIDWIVES OF RAGLAN ROAD Jenny Holmes
Summer, 1936. Newly trained midwife Hazel Price returns to the Yorkshire streets of her childhood, only to find that her modern methods and ‘stuck-up’ ways bring her into conflict with her family and other formidable residents of Raglan Road. Determined Hazel battles on, assisting with home deliveries and supporting the local GP. The days are long and hard but Hazel brings knowledge and compassion to the work she loves. Then tragedy strikes and accusations fly on Raglan Road. Will Hazel’s reputation survive? And what of John, the man she is beginning to fall for – whose side will he take in the war between the old ways and the new?
l Family Saga – 420pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4519 8
THE ENEMY WITHIN Edward Marston
“A master storyteller” Daily Mail
Pentonville Prison, 1917. Wally Hubbard is serving a long sentence for arson. But after befriending and tricking one of the officers, Hubbard makes an audacious escape. Inspector Marmion, the detective who arrested Hubbard, is warned to watch his back, but it seems that Hubbard has another target in his murderous sights. However, the investigation is mired in confusion. The identities of killer and victim are increasingly ambiguous. The multiplying manhunts, as well as Marmion’s concern for his injured and withdrawn son Paul, leave the detective desperate and perhaps with too many threads to untangle.
l Mystery – 366pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4540 2
PAPER HEARTS & SUMMER KISSES Carole Matthews
Christie Chapman is a single mum who spends her days commuting to her secretarial job in London and looking after her teenage son, Finn. It’s not an easy life but Christie finds comfort in her love of crafting, and spends her spare time working on her beautiful creations. She makes intricately designed cards and personalised gifts and it’s not long before opportunity comes knocking. Christie can see a future full of hope for her and Finn – and if the handsome Max is to be believed, one full of love too. It’s all there for the taking. And then, all of a sudden, her world is turned upside down . . .
l General Fiction – 432pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4535 8
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