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When We Were Young
By Dawn Goodwin
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WHEN WE WERE YOUNG Four best friends. One of them is dead. Are their secrets safe? Uni friends Stacey, Paula, Bev and Valentina used to be inseparable until one weekend before graduation when nothing was ever the same again. Thirty years later...

The Girls Who Disappeared
by Claire Douglas
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THE GIRLS WHO DISAPPEARED Three missing girls. A twenty-year mystery. A woman who may be able to crack this cold case. In a rural Wilshire town lies The Devil’s Corridor. A road which has witnessed eerie happenings from unexplained deaths to...

The Murder Mystery
by Alice Castle
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THE MURDER MYSTERY – (Beth Haldane #1) – Previously published as Death in Dulwich Meet Dulwich Village’s most daring resident, Beth Haldane. Mother to a sweet little boy, owner of a sulky cat… and solver of mysteries? It’s a crisp spring...

The Peckham Experiment
by Guy Ware
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THE PECKHAM EXPERIMENT The Peckham Experiment tells the story of twins Charlie and JJ, whose post-war idealism and lust for life is twisted – but never quite broken – by the political setbacks and institutional corruption of the decades that follow...

Where I End
by Sophie White
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WHERE I END My mother. At night, my mother creaks. The house creaks along with her. Through our thin shared wall, I can hear the makings of my mother gurgle through her body just like the water in the walls of the house… Teenage Aoileann has...

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The Houseshare
by Carla Kovach
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THE HOUSESHARE Her perfect new start just became her biggest nightmare… Opening the door to her new home, Libby can’t believe she can afford such a beautiful place. As her new landlord follows her into the bright, open living room, watching her...

Silenced Girls
by Roger Stelljes
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SILENCED GIRLS – (Agent Tori Hunter #1) The beautiful young woman is perfectly still, curled up in the trunk of the car, her long dark hair hiding her face. Her cotton blouse has ridden up a little, revealing two small dots an inch apart on...

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