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New fiction for April 2015

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What she left by T R Richmond

What she left by T R Richmond

What she left by T R Richmond

Dr Jeremy Cook is an academic who pieces together the life of Alice Salmon, whose death creates a media frenzy. He does not know how deep his search will take him, or the shocking nature of what he will uncover. There is a real buzz around this title – it could be the next Gone Girl.

That girl from nowhere by Dorothy Koomson

That girl from nowhere by Dorothy Koomson

Clemency Smithson was adopted as a baby and the only connection she has to her birth mother is a cardboard box hand-decorated with butterflies. Moving to her birthplace, Brighton, when she is an adult, she meets someone who knows all about her butterfly box and what happened to her birth parents.

Falling in love by Donna Leon

Falling in love by Donna Leon

Commissario Brunetti investigates the case of a fanatical fan stalking an opera star.

The good girl by Fiona Neill

The good girl by Fiona Neill

Ailsa moves her family to Norfolk for a fresh new start. However, when her teenage daughter Romy falls for the boy next door, a dark secret is uncovered.

Blood on snow by Jo Nesbo

Blood on snow by Jo Nesbo

Olav meets the woman of his dreams. However, she’s his boss’s wife and Olav has just been hired to kill her.

The boy who could see death by Salley Vickers

The boy who could see death by Salley Vickers

These short stories offer glimpses into strangers’ lives, about normal people teetering on a crisis point.

The Winter Guest by Pam Jenoff (eBook)

The Winter Guest by Pam Jenoff

Historical World War Two fiction set in Poland, covering sisters Helena and Ruth Nowak. When Helena discovers a Jewish Allied paratrooper wounded but alive, she risks the safety of family to hide him. As her feelings for the solider grow deeper, she finds her loyalties torn.

The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell (eBook)

The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell

Dark and thrilling reimagining of a fairy tale.

The Kindness by Polly Samson (eBook)

The Kindness by Polly Samson

Explores a deception that comes wrapped as a gift, asking if we can ever truly trust another.

Brandon King

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