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Charnwood
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Jane Isaac
Before It's Too Late
“My kind of book. Jane Isaac writes with real confidence and attention to detail. An enjoyable and authentic British police procedural.” MARI HANNAH
“The criminal world is always closer than you think... Tense and cop-savvy.” PHIL RICKMAN
Following an argument with her
British boyfriend, Chinese student
Min Li is abducted whilst walking
the dark streets of picturesque
Stratford-upon-Avon alone. Trapped
in a dark pit, Min is at the mercy of
her captor. Detective Inspector Will
Jackman is tasked with solving the
case, and in his search for answers discovers that the truth is buried deeper than he ever expected. But as another student vanishes and Min grows ever weaker, time is running out. Can Jackman track down the kidnapper, before it's too late?
Thriller 352pp
Harriet Lane
Her
“Read it: everyone else will be.” THE OBSERVER
“This sinister revenge thriller is beautifully written and has a slowly-slowly-catchy-monkey reveal that will have you on the edge of your seat.”
WOMAN'S WEEKLY
Emma is a struggling mum,
faintly resentful of her husband
and children and their domestic
needs; she misses her career and
feels she has lost herself. Nina is
a successful painter in a second
marriage with a teenage daughter;
she is sophisticated, independent,
and entirely in control. When the
draws Emma into her life. But this isn't the first time their paths have crossed. Nina remembers Emma, and she remembers what Emma did... A seemingly innocent friendship slowly develops into a dangerous game of cat and mouse as Nina eases her way into Emma's life. Soon, it becomes clear that Nina wants something from her unwitting companion – something that might just destroy Emma completely...
Renée Knight
Disclaimer
“Disclaimer plunges us into our worst nightmare – somebody knows our darkest secret, and they're sharing it...”
VAL MCDERMID
“Sensationally good psychological suspense...exactly what a great thriller should be.” LEE CHILD
This is a work of fiction. Names and characters are the product of the author's imagination and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.*
*Everything you have just read is a lie.
What if you realised the book you
were reading was all about you? When an intriguing novel appears on Catherine's bedside table, she curls up in bed and begins to read. But as she turns the pages, she is sickened to realise the story will reveal her darkest secret. A secret she thought no one else knew...
Thriller 352pp
Rosamund Lupton
The Quality Of Silence
“Grips like a vice.”
THE SUNDAY TIMES
“...an elegant and icily unique thriller, you won't read anything like it this year.” THE OBSERVER
Yasmin arrives at the airport in
Alaska to spend Christmas with
her husband Matt. With her is her
ten-year-old daughter Ruby, who
has been deaf since birth. They soon
receive news, however, that Matt
has been killed in a devastating fire
that claimed the lives of everyone
in the remote village of Anaktue,
where he had been working as a
wildlife photographer. But Yasmin
is certain he is still alive. When her lift is unexpectedly terminated, and with a violent storm on the way, Yasmin must make a heart-wrenching decision. She and Ruby embark upon a terrifying drive on the ice road, in a deep, entrenching night that never lifts, and the risk of freezing to death is only minutes away. And slowly, patiently, someone is following them in the dark...
Thriller 296pp
General Fiction 384pp
committed to excellence 6
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