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Shakespeare's Wife (by Germaine Greer)

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (01 Sep, 2008)

This is a biography of Ann Hathaway and a social history of Shakespeare's time by the redoubtable Germaine Greer.

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When She Was Bad (by Jonathan Nasaw)

Pocket Books (04 Aug, 2008)

Two dangerous people who should never have met. Two people with fragmented personalities. Two ingenious lovers who have engineered a bloody escape.

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Blood Maidens (by Barbara Hambly)

Severn House Publishers Ltd (06 Sep, 2010)

It is 1911. War is coming and the Kaiser is trying to recruit vampires.

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Crucifix Lane (by Kate Mosse)

Flame (06 May, 1999)

Leaving a club at six o'clock in the morning, Annie Jones is caught up in an accident and knocked unconscious. When she comes round, she finds herself inexplicably 11years into the future. The location is still recognisably London, but it is a London where the river is no longer tidal, where biopiracy is rife and where immigrant refugees have colonised the Marsh Projects, a mosquito-infested ghetto south of ...

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The Book of Unholy Mischief (by Elle Newmark)

Black Swan (10 Sep, 2009)

Luciano, a penniless orphan, finds himself entangled in the search for the ancient tome. But lurking in the wings are some of the most dangerous men in Venice, and Luciano's secret will lead him through a perilous maze to the center of an intrigue that will test his deepest desires and loyalties.

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East of the Sun (by Julia Gregson)

Orion (12 Jun, 2008)

Autumn 1928. Three young women are on their way to India, each with a new life in mind. Rose, a beautiful but naive bride-to-be, is anxious about leaving her family and marrying a man she hardly knows. Victoria, her bridesmaid couldn t be happier to get away from her overbearing mother, and is determined to find herself a husband. And Viva, their inexperienced chaperone, is in search of the India of her chi ...

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The Shack (by Wm Paul Young)

Hodder Windblown (17 Jul, 2008)

Mackenzie Allen Philips' youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later in the midst of his great sadness, Mack receives a suspicious note, apparently from God, inviting him back to that shack for a weekend. Against his better judgement he arrives at t ...

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Spider Light (by Sarah Rayne)

Pocket Books (01 Oct, 2007)

"The dangerous thing about spider light is that it hides things - things you never knew existed. But once you have seen those things, you can never afterwards forget them ..." The sleepy market town of Amberwood seems to offer peace and anonymity after a shattering and all-too-public tragedy in Antonia Weston's past. But as she struggles to re-build her life, she becomes increasingly fascinated by the macab ...

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Vision in White (Bride Quartet) (by Nora Roberts)

Piatkus Books (25 Apr, 2009)

The first of a quartet of books about four friends who run a wedding planning business

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The Attenbury Emeralds (by Jill Paton Walsh)

Hodder & Stoughton (16 Sep, 2010)

Post world war 2 and Lord Peter Wimsey is settled in domestic bliss with Harriet and his family but suddenly a case from the past comes back to challenge him and allow him to talk about how he got started in detection. One of three continuation novels to the classic detective yarns by Dorothy L sayers.

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The Soul Collectors (by Chris Mooney)

Penguin (28 Oct, 2010)

Ten years ago CSI Darby McCormick investigated a sinister child abduction case. Today the missing child is back from the dark and holding his family hostage and he has only one demand - he wants Darby. And this is just the beginning ....

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Fall On Your Knees (by Ann-Marie MacDonald)

Vintage (03 Jul, 1997)

FALL ON YOUR KNEES takes us from haunted Cape Breton island in Nova Scotia through the battlefields of World War I into the emerging jazz scene in New York City, and immerses us in the lives of four unforgettable sisters. This is a story of family relationships, racial strife, miracles, attempted murder, birth and eath, and an extraordinary love affair.

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