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Half a murder victim dredged up from a crocodile infested canal in Florida opens this compelling murder mystery. She is found by her friend Elena, a psychologically scared ex-policewoman, who is driven to uncover the secrets that lead her to a grisly fate. In doing so Elena has to revisit areas of her life she felt she had closed off and puts herself back in the firing line. Tami Hoag always writes such convincing characters and pacy plots but I think this is her best novel to date, and if you have yet to try her this is a great place to start. Please note that The Alibi Man is not published until 19 July 2007 but you can download and read an extract now. Click the Pre-Order button to receive email notification as soon as this title is available.
Shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2006. With an opening line that instantly grabs the attention this book continues to hold ones focus with it’s story of revenge, murder, mystery and love. The author creates a brilliant back drop of Victorian London, you can just imagine seedy Dickens characters dodging about in the background, and new twists and pieces of action keep the attention locked on the story throughout the 600 pages. Truly evocative of the era with a fascinating and enigmatic murderer it’s quite an unputdownable read. Costa Book Awards 2006 Judges'comment: "Michael Cox's recreation of the underbelly of Victorian high society brings a great revenge tale to life. It is a powerful achievement of research, style and plotting."
After reading this you'll be scrambling for the next Little Black Dress book to get another dose of romance, wit and thorough enjoyability.
In the bestselling tradition of The Devil Wears Prada, this wicked and hilarious novel will bring you into the world of a sexy, funny, badly behaved girl who’s truly a heroine for our times!
A very moving book as well as an incredibly funny satire. Rob Grant really taps in to the obsession we all have with the issue of being fat. We are bombarded daily with issues of self image and in this book Grant looks at how these pressures effect and damage people. This is quite different from his previous novels but equally as satisfying.
A fine collection of gripping, gory and chilling stories many of which lay the foundation for several modern day films. If you want a good spook then here is some good bed time reading, although maybe sleep with the light on! June 2010 Guest Editor Patrick Gale on M. R. James... James didn’t invent the ghost story but he certainly perfected it. With their dry tone and fussily academic narrators, his tales of ghosts and demons in everything from a hotel room to a picture and even a whistle build a convincing sense of evil from what is left unsaid or unexplained. If the mutilated ghost children in Lost Hearts don’t lead to you drawing your curtains more firmly, you have no imagination…
A refreshing read about three women who form a fast friendship. They also find that being of a certain age can certainly have itâ€™s advantages in a world where some believe youâ€™re passed your sell by date. Funny, pacy and spot on observation.
July 2007 Debut of the Month This is a gem of a book if you like your fantasy novels. The book is not just about one “wanderer” but several unique and interesting characters drawn from all spectrums of the fantasy realm. Plenty of magic and sorcery and fantastical names to satisfy the most die-hard fans of the genre.
Book number four and I still can’t believe how good this author is. Don’t pigeon-hole this man a ‘crime author’, he is so much more than that. A phone call tells our protagonist, John, that the father he assumed dead in fact has been alive for the last thirty years. Naturally John does some serious digging and the criminal underworld he throws up gives him mixed answers. This is quality stuff.
Plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing in the first of a new detective series by Elena Forbes. She writes with a chilling tone and has created interesting characters with plenty of scope for them to grow in books to come. It has a particularly good ending as it was not the most predictable of outcomes. This will definitely be a series to follow with interest.
A stunning combination of horror, fantasy, thriller and gross-out humour The Pilo Family Circus is truly unlike anything else. It has been compared by reviewers to the work of Chuck Palahniuk, David Lynch, Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft, but Will Elliott is a new writer with a style unlike any other.
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