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Bad Blood
Bad Blood Arne Dahl
Set to be the new Scandinavian crime sensation from BBC Four: in Bad Blood, Detective Paul Hjelm and his team are called in to try and catch an American serial killer on the loose in Sweden
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A Quiet Word
A Quiet Word Tamasin Cave, Andy Rowell
An explosive and revelatory account about the British lobbying industry and how it affects us all at every level of our lives.
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First Novel
First Novel Nicholas Royle
First Novel is absolutely at the forefront of everything I’ve read in British fiction over the last couple of years.’ Jonathan Coe
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Out of Shadows
Out of Shadows Jason Wallace
A compelling and powerful novel about a destructive friendship, the need to belong and the psychological damage adolescent boys are capable of
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Something Like Happy
Something Like Happy John Burnside
A collection of masterpieces in short fiction in praise of hope, from prize-winning author John Burnside.
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The Trigger
The Trigger Tim Butcher
A trek through the Balkans, an exploration of the life of an assassin (the teenager who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand and so triggered the First World War), and a journey into the history of this complex and fascinating part of the world...
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Between Friends
Between Friends Amos Oz
In eight interlinked family dramas, master storyteller Amos Oz reveals the secrets and frustrations of the human heart.
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Theatre of the Gods
Theatre of the Gods M. Suddain
Steampunk space opera? Damn right.
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The Knowledge
The Knowledge Lewis Dartnell
A captivating journey of discovery and a quickstart guide to rebuilding our world after the apocalypse.
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In America
In America Geert Mak
Following in Steinbeck's footsteps, half a century on from Travels With Charley
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On Helwig Street
On Helwig Street Richard Russo
This first work of non-fiction from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Empire Falls is at once hilarious and heartbreaking: a son’s poignant tribute to his complicated mother and a brilliant evocation of mid-century America.
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The Dazzle
The Dazzle Robert Hudson
Sex, drugs, and tuna... The inter-war fast set gathers in 1930s Scarborough to hunt giant tuna. It’s going to be murder.
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Finally My Ambulance
Finally My Ambulance Joseph Smith
Thirteen extraordinary stories by the author of The Wolf and Taurus
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Plan D
Plan D Simon Urban
Imagine a world in which the Berlin Wall never fell... A modern-day Cold War thriller: Robert Harris’s Fatherland meets John le Carré’s The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
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Vampires in the Lemon Grove
Vampires in the Lemon Grove Karen Russell
A wickedly funny and dark new collection of dystopian tales from the Pulitzer and IMPAC shortlisted author of Swamplandia!
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Darling Monster
Darling Monster Diana Cooper
Society darling, actress, wife of key WW2 politician Duff Cooper… Here are Lady Diana Cooper’s sparkling letters to her son John Julius
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My Life as a Foreign Country
My Life as a Foreign Country Brian Turner
'My Life as a Foreign Country is brilliant and beautiful. It surely ranks with the best war memoirs I've ever encountered - a humane, heartbreaking, and expertly crafted work of literature.' Tim O'Brien, author of The Things They Carried
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Frances and Bernard
Frances and Bernard Carlene Bauer
Two writers, one friendship, and an unforgettable correspondence. A glittering, smart and sassy debut of love, literature and letter writing.
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The Final Silence
The Final Silence Stuart Neville
DI Jack Lennon and DCI Serena Flanagan must join forces to investigate a series of murders reaching back decades
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Those We Left Behind
Those We Left Behind Stuart Neville
DCI Serena Flanagan is forced to confront a disturbing case from her past: the murder conviction of a 12-year-old-boy who has just been released from prison
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My Criminal World
My Criminal World Henry Sutton
A clever, witty crime novel in the vein of Kate Atkinson's celebrated Jackson Brodie series. In awe of his wife, hounded by his agent and ignored by his editor, mild mannered crime novelist David Slavitt finds his life is spiralling out of control. He needs to do something - but just how far is he prepared to go?
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Painting Death
Painting Death Tim Parks
The horrifying and entertaining tale of an unrepentant bourgeois serial killer, Morris Duckworth, and his adventures in Veronese high society.
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The Twelve Children of Paris
The Twelve Children of Paris Tim Willocks
The thrilling, bloody and glorious new novel, from the master of the epic tale, Tim Willocks, author of The Religion
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