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The Meeting Point by Olivia Lara

What if the Lift driver who finds your cheating boyfriend’s phone holds the directions to true love?  ‘Who are you and why do you have my boyfriend’s phone?’  ‘He left it in my car. You must be the blonde in the red dress? I’m the Lift driver who dropped you two off earlier.’  And with… Continue reading The Meeting Point by Olivia Lara

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My Policeman by Bethan Roberts

An exquisitely told, tragic tale of thwarted love. From the moment Marion first lays eyes on Tom — her best friend’s big brother, broad, blond, blue-eyed — she is smitten. And when he comes home from National Service to be a policeman, Marion, a newly qualified teacher, is determined to win him. Unable to acknowledge… Continue reading My Policeman by Bethan Roberts

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What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

When everything you love is in danger, how long can you keep running to survive? Life can be brutal Winter in Idaho. The sky is dark. It is cold enough to crack bones. Jack knew it Jack Dahl has nothing left. Except his younger brother, Matty, who he’d die for. Their mother is gone, and… Continue reading What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

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The Last Piece of His Heart by Emma Scott

At Santa Cruz Central High School, they called them the misfits, the outcasts, the weirdos. But most of us knew them as the Lost Boys… Ronan Wentz has been to hell and back, and he carries the scars to prove it. Worse, the blood of a monster runs through his veins. After ten years in… Continue reading The Last Piece of His Heart by Emma Scott

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The Art Of Death by David Fennel

London’s latest art installation is a real killer . . . An underground artist leaves three glass cabinets in Trafalgar Square that contain a gruesome installation: the corpses of three homeless men. With the artist promising more to follow, newly-promoted Detective Inspector Grace Archer and her caustic DS, Harry Quinn, must race against time to… Continue reading The Art Of Death by David Fennel