Bestselling Fiction

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The Dark by Sharon Bolton 

When a baby is snatched from its pram and cast into the river Thames, off-duty police officer Lacey Flint is there to prevent disaster. But who would want to hurt a child? DCI Mark Joesbury has been expecting this. Information gathered while monitoring a complex network of dark web sites reveals a new terrorist threat from an extremist women-having group. 

Yesterday’s Spy by Tom Bradby 

Nothing good ever comes from a midnight phone call. For washed-up spy Harry Tower, it is the worst news at the worst possible time. His son, Sean, has gone missing in troubled Iran after writ- ing an expose about government corruption. Their relationship has never recovered since Harry’s wife’s suicide, for which Sean holds his father responsible. And Harry, with his career on the verge of disintegration, needs to find him and put things right. 

Sunday’s Child by Dilly Court 

Left on the steps of an orphanage when she was just days old, Nancy Sunday was brought up in hardship – until the kindly Rosalind Carey took her in. Now eighteen years old, Nancy is an adopt- ed member of the Carey family. But she can’t help wondering who her parents really were. When Nancy is sent away to finishing school, she finds herself in the midst of London society. 

Sparring Partners by John Grisham 

Three thrilling stories of the law from the master of the legal thriller. One features old favourite Jake Brigance as well as compelling new characters and gripping plots. 

With a Mind to Kill by Anthony Horowitz 

It is M’s funeral. One man is missing from the graveside: the traitor who pulled the trigger and who is now in custody, accused of M’s murder – James Bond. Behind the Iron Curtain, a group of former Smersh agents want to use the British spy in an operation that will change the balance of world power. Bond is smuggled into the lion’s den – but whose orders is he following, and will he obey them?

The Lion by Conn Iggulden 

The story of one of the great lives of ancient Greece. Cimon, son to Miltiades who commanded at Marathon, is a washed-out young drunk. He is as much a disappointment to himself as he is to his family. The Persians are back on Athenian shores, attempting yet another invasion. But the breaking of Athens may well be the making of Cimon. As he hand-picks a crew to burn out Per- sian strongholds on the islands of Eioin, defeats pirates on Skiros, and discovers the bones of the hero Theseus, Cimon begins to live up to his destiny. 

A Valley Wedding by Anna Jacobs 

The third novel in the Backshaw Moss series. With her son Gabriel finally married, and her youngest following his dreams of becoming a doctor, Gwynneth Harte finds herself with an empty nest – until a fire forces her to move in with Gabriel and his wife Maisie at their home on Daisy Street.Arthur Chapman has been at a low ebb ever since the death of his wife. Turning to drink in his grief, he lost both his job and contact with his grandchild, Beatie – but now the inheritance of a house from a distant relative is the fresh start he needs. 

Trapped by Camilla Lackberg 

It’s a case unlike anything detective Mina Dabiri has seen before. A woman trapped inside a magician’s box, with swords pierced through. Only this time, it’s not a magic trick. It’s murder. Know- ing she has a terrifying killer on her hands, Mina enlists the help of celebrity mentalist, Vincent Walter. Only he can give her an insight into the secret world of magic and illusions. 

Omega Rules by Eric Van Lustbader 

Evan Ryder was once a field agent for a black-ops arm of the Department of Defense. Now she works for Parachute, a cutting-edge quantum-computing firm whose private espionage network exceeds any government spy agency. But her mission remains the same: seek out and destroy Omega, a fanatical global cult intent on destroying democracy. The fight against Omega has al- ready cost Evan dearly but she will not stop until she has torn out the conspiracy by its roots. 

Overboard by Sara Paretsky 

On her way home from an all-night surveillance job, V.I. Warshawski’s dogs lead her on a mad chase that ends when they find a badly injured teen hiding in the rocks along Lake Michigan. The girl only regains consciousness long enough to utter one enigmatic word. V.I. helps bring her to a hospital, but not long after, she vanishes before anyone can discover her identity. 

The Murders at Fleat House by Lucinda Riley 

The sudden death of a pupil in Fleat House at St Stephen’s – a small private boarding school in deepest Norfolk – is a shocking event that the headmaster is very keen to call a tragic accident. But the local police cannot rule out foul play and the case prompts the return of high-flying Detective Inspector Jazmine ‘Jazz’ Hunter to the force. Jazz has her own private reasons for stepping away from her police career in London, and reluctantly agrees to front the investigation as a favour to her old boss. 

Nightwork by Nora Roberts 

Harry Booth started stealing at nine to keep a roof over his ailing mother’s head, slipping into luxurious, empty homes at night to find things he could trade for cash. When his mother finally succumbed to cancer, he left Chicago but kept up his nightwork. Wandering from the Outer Banks to Savannah to New Orleans, he dons new identities and stays careful, observant, distant. He can’t afford to attract attention or get attached. Still, he can’t help letting his guard down when he meets Miranda Emerson. 

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