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New fiction for June 2015

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The long utopia by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter

The long utopia by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter

The long utopia by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter

Dazzling new science fiction adventure from the extraordinary imaginations of the late Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter. The fourth in the science fiction series The Long Earth.

The last confession of Thomas Hawkins by Antonia Hodgson

The last confession of Thomas Hawkins by Antonia Hodgson

Spring, 1728. A young man tries to prove his innocence before he goes to the gallows. New title from the winner of the CWA Historical Dagger Award 2014 for The Devil in the Marshalsea.

You are dead by Peter James

You are dead by Peter James

Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace investigates more murders in the bestselling series.

Tightrope by Simon Mawer

Tightrope by Simon Mawer

Marian Sutro has survived Ravensbruck and is back in dreary 1950s London trying to pick up the pieces of her pre-war life. She is haunted by her experiences and by the guilt of knowing that her contribution to the war effort helped lead to the development of the Atom Bomb.

Death is a welcome guest by Louise Welsh

Death is a welcome guest by Louise Welsh

The second instalment in the Plague Times Trilogy from the author of A Lovely Way to Burn.

The wrong girl by Laura Wilson

The wrong girl by Laura Wilson

Dark and gripping psychological thriller based in Norfolk.

Wallace of the Secret Service by Alexander Wilson

Wallace of the Secret Service by Alexander Wilson

Third in the Wallace of the Secret Service series. Sir Leonard is not a man to desire fame or notoriety. His chronicler has been forced to fall back on office records and information supplied by various members of the secret service, to tell of the struggles of Wallace and his intelligence officers and their battles against the Soviet Union, terrorism and subversion in the British Empire, Nazi Germany and the tentacles of global organised crime.

Folly by Stella Cameron

Folly by Stella Cameron

Following the breakdown of her marriage, Alex Duggins has returned to her picturesque hometown of Folly-on-Weir in the Cotswolds in order to start afresh. But you can’t outrun the past, as Alex is about to discover when she stumbles across a frosted corpse buried in the snow.

The Territory by Sarah Govett

The Territory by Sarah Govett

Limited space requires limited numbers. The year is 2059. Noa Blake is just another normal 15 year-old. Except in The Territory normal isn’t normal. The richest children have a node on the back of their necks and can download information and bypass the need to study. In a flooded world of dwindling resources, Noa and the other ‘Norms’ have their work cut out to even compete. And competing is everything – because anybody who fails the TAA exam at 15 will be shipped off to the disease-ridden Wetlands, which means a life of misery, if not certain death.

A Marquis to Marry by Amelia Grey

A Marquis to Marry by Amelia Grey

Alexander Mitchell Raceworth, the dashing fourth Marquis of Raceworth, is shocked when the alluring young Duchess of Brookfield accuses him of stealing priceless pearls belonging to her family. Susannah Brookfield is the most beautiful, enchanting woman he has ever met, but despite his attraction, he’s not about to hand over the pearls.

Brandon King

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