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New fiction for October 2015

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Dark corners by Ruth Rendell

Dark corners by Ruth Rendell

Dark corners by Ruth Rendell

Final novel from the writer, who has been described by Patricia Cornwell as “unequivocally the most brilliant crime writer of our time”. When Carl sells a box of slimming pills to his close friend Stacey, inadvertently causing her death, he sets in train a sequence of catastrophic events which begin with subterfuge, extend to lies and culminate in murder.

Career of evil by Robert Galbraith

Career of evil by Robert Galbraith

J.K. Rowling assumes her alter ego for another tale featuring private detective Cormoran Strike.

Pretending to dance by Diane Chamberlain

Pretending to dance by Diane Chamberlain

You will not be able to put this one down. Diane Chamberlain is one of our most popular authors.

Dishing the dirt by M C Beaton

Dishing the dirt by M C Beaton

Another instalment in the hugely successful Agatha Raisin series, in which Agatha finds herself prime suspect in a murder.

The house on Cold Hill by Peter James

The house on Cold Hill by Peter James

Terrifying ghost story from the bestselling author of Dead Simple.

[The gap of time](http://suffolk.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/OPAC/BIBENQ/20671538?QRY=CTIBIB%3C%20IRN(57311154)&QRYTEXT=The%20gap%20of%20time%20%3A%20The%20Winter%27s%20tale%20retold)

The gap of time

This version of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale tells a contemporary story of betrayal, paranoia, redemption and hope. Time itself is a player in this game of high stakes that will either end in tragedy or forgiveness, showing us that, however far we have been separated, whatever is lost shall be found.

Warriors of the Storm by Bernard Cornwell

Warriors of the Storm by Bernard Cornwell

Another historical blockbuster in Bernard Cornwell’s bestselling series The Warrior Chronicles.

The visitors book by Sophie Hannah

The visitors book by Sophie Hannah

A collection of supernatural short stories from the queen of psychological crime.

Brandon King

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