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New fiction for December 2014

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The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami

The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami

Wonderfully creepy tale that is sure to delight Murakami fans. A boy goes to his local library, only to be led into a special reading room. He finds himself imprisoned with a sheep man and a girl that talks with her hands. How will he escape?

Edge by Nick Oldham

Edge by Nick Oldham

Detective chief superintendent Henry Christie faces his biggest challenge in 30 years: brutal murderer Charlie Wilder, on the loose.

Killing for Keeps by Mari Hannah

Killing for Keeps by Mari Hannah

Two brothers from a criminal family die within hours of each other from horrific injuries. DCI Kate Daniels is forced to break the rules in this investigation, putting her career and her life on the line. As the body count rises, the enquiry escalates into a confrontation with an offender hell-bent on revenge.

Green and Pleasant Land by Judith Cutler

Green and Pleasant Land by Judith Cutler

Newly-retired, ex-chief superintendent Fran Harman and her partner Mark reinvestigate an unsolved crime: 20 years ago, a desperately ill baby was found alone in a car.

Disclosures by Bill James (eBook)

Disclosures by Bill James

Detective Chief Superintendent Colin Harpur and his boss, Assistant Chief Constable Desmond Iles, worry about the safety of one of the big-time local crooks, Ralph Ember, AKA Panicking Ralph. However, awkward repercussions from Ralph’s lawless past bring danger.

The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly (eBook)

The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly

Exhilarating first instalment of an acclaimed romance trilogy. The second and third book of this trilogy are available on our eBook catalogue.

A Fugitive Englishman by Roy Lewis (eBook)

A Fugitive Englishman by Roy Lewis

Edwin James’ debts and scandals force him to flee England to establish a new career in America. It isn’t long before he joins former political assassin, Carlos Rudio, in the hunt for John Wilkes Booth, murderer of President Lincoln. Forced to work with corrupt judges and policemen in New York, he becomes involved with the most notorious fraudsters of the day.

Brandon King

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