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  • Mrs Harris Goes To Paris

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    Mrs Harris Goes To Paris

    Introducing the indomitable, endearing charlady, Mrs Harris?

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  • Next World Novella

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    Next World Novella

    Hinrich takes his existance at face value. His wife, on the other hand, has always been more interested in the after-life. Or so it seemed. When she dies of a stroke, Hinrich goes through her papers, only to discover a totally different perspective on their marriage. So commences, an intellectual game of shifting realities.

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  • Less Than Zero

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    Less Than Zero

    A disturbing portrayal of privileged and immoral LA teenagers, Less Than Zero is a cult classic.

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  • August

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    August

    Trapped in a car wreck, upside down, bleeding and in pain, Tristan and Grace are staring at death. When dawn breaks they might be seen from the road and rescued, or not. This is a part-thriller, part love-story about destiny and free will.

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  • Rivers of London

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    Rivers of London

    ‘My name is Peter Grant and until January I was just a probationary constable in the Metropolitan Police Service. Then one night, in pursuance of a murder inquiry, I tried to take a witness statement from someone who was dead and that brought me to the attention of Inspector Nightingale, the last wizard in England.’

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  • Mary Ann in Autumn

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    Mary Ann in Autumn

    Mary Ann Singleton returns to San Francisco a very different person from when she left. Her career has faded away, her husband has run off with her own life coach and she faces invasive surgery for cancer. In such circumstances, there is only one person and one city she can turn to: Michael ‘Mouse’ Tolliver, and San Francisco.

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  • Wallis

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    Wallis

    A ‘social climbing’ divorcee, Wallis Simpson is remembered as a snob and voluptuary who came close to destroying the British monarchy. But could she have been the pawn of Allied statesmen determined to remove a Nazi sympathiser from the throne? This memoir was found in her former Paris home.

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    £12.00
  • Gillespie and I

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    Gillespie and I

    In 1888, young, art-loving Harriet Baxter arrives in Glasgow at the time of the International Exhibition. Befriending the Gillespie family, Harriet soon becomes a fixture in all of their lives. But when tragedy strikes the promise and certainties of this world all too rapidly disorientate into mystery and deception.

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  • When the Killing’s Done

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    When the Killing’s Done

    The latest masterpiece from the unstoppable T.C. Boyle, a sweeping epic of family, ecology and the right to life – no matter what the fallout

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    £30.00
  • Whispers Under Ground

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    Whispers Under Ground

    Peter Grant is a Detective Constable in the Metropolitan Police. He is also the first trainee wizard in the Met for 50 years. In the tunnels of London’s Underground, the buried rivers, the Victorian sewers, he is hearing whispers of ancient arts and tortured, vengeful spirits.

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  • The Marlowe Papers

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    The Marlowe Papers

    In 1593, a celebrated young playwright was killed in a tavern brawl in London. That, at least, was the official version. Now let Christopher Marlowe tell you the truth: that his ‘death’ was an elaborate ruse to avoid his being hanged for heresy, and that he continued to write plays and poetry, hiding as one William Shakespeare.

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  • Mesmerized

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    Mesmerized

    Mozart’s Vienna. In a colourful, chaotic private hospital that echoes with the shrieks of hysterical patients, Franz Anton Mesmer is developing a series of controversial cure-alls for body and mind. When he is asked to help restore the sight of a blind musical prodigy, he senses that fame, and even immortality, is within reach.

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