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Death of a Hero (by Richard Aldington)

The Hogarth Press Ltd (30 Nov, -0001)

Against the background of trench war in France, this is the story of a man and two the women who share his life. They are not conventional people – could Aldington ever write about the conventional? - a man who shares his wife with another man and a mistress who shares him with others. Death of a Hero shocked people by its advanced views when it was first published, and even today it still has the capa ...

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Stranger at the Wedding (by Barbara Hambly)

Del Rey (30 Nov, -0001)

Kyra was preparing for her final wizard test before the Council. But suddenly, something was twisting her magic, weaving sinister portents of doom into even the simplest of her spells. Then she knew for certain that her young sister Alix was soon to marry--and soon to die. And so she journeyed back to the family who had disowned her. To save her sister, Kyra would have to face down her father's rage, stand ...

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Shooting at Loons (Deborah Knott Mysteries) (by Margaret Maron)

Warner Books (30 Nov, -0001)

Asked to sit in for a hospitalized judge in gracious old Beaufort, Deborah hopes to spend a restful week at her cousin’s nearby Harkers Island cottage; but her very first clamming expedition turns up the corpse of a well-known fisherman in the shallow waters. Discovering the body puts her right in the middle of the fight between the locals who have long made their living from the sea and the new tide of w ...

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Rollover (Dan Mahoney Mysteries) (by Susan Slater)

Poisoned Pen Press (30 Nov, -0001)

A bank heist turns sleepy little Wagon Mound, New Mexico, on its ear. It’s no straight-forward, “demand all the money at gun-point and hustle out the front door” kind of robbery. It’s a sneaky tunneling that probably took months to complete and landed the thieves in a room of safe deposit boxes—not the vault with two million bucks for a ranch sale next door. Was this some mistake, or was the thiev ...

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The Perfect Crime: The Big Bow Mystery (The Detective Club) by Zangwill, Israel (August 13, 2015) Ha (by Israel Zangwill)

Collins Crime Club (30 Nov, -0001)

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James Dashner

(30 Nov, -0001)

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Sarah Pinborough

(30 Nov, -0001)

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Death of a Messenger: A Koa Kane Hawaiian Mystery (by Robert B. McCaw)

Langdon Street Press (30 Nov, -0001)

Someone’s found a body at Pohakuloa, the army’s live-fire training area. Bearing all the marks of ancient ritual sacrifice—the murder is the grisliest of Detective Koa Kane's career. The bizarre case draws Koa deep into his own Hawaiian roots. As Koa probes the victim’s past, he must sort through a rich roster of suspects—grave robbers, native activists, thieves, and star gazers. Koa surmounts a ...

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Dark Lord of Derkholm (by Diana Wynne Jones)

HarperTrophy (30 Nov, -0001)

Everyone - wizards, soldiers, farmers, elves, dragons, kings and queens alike - is fed up with Mr Chesney's Pilgrim Parties: groups of tourists from the next-door world who descend en masse every year to take the Grand Tour. What they expect are all the trappings of a grand fantasy adventure, including the Evil Enchantress, Wizard Guides, the Dark Lord, Winged Minions, and all. And every year different peop ...

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Out of the Blackout (by Robert Barnard)

Felony & Mayhem (30 Nov, -0001)

With the Nazis bombing London on a nightly basis, many working-class families sent their children to the comparative safety of the countryside. When the Blitz ended, the families came for their kids . . . but no one ever came for Simon Thorn. His name appears on no list of the evacuated children. And none of his meager belongings offer any clues to his origins. Now an adult, newly moved to London, Simon is ...

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Murder Among Us (by Ann Granger)

Unknown (30 Nov, -0001)

When ambitious hotelier, Eric Schumacher announces he is to turn Springwood Hall into a smart Cotswold Hotel, he is met with a chorus of local disapproval.

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It's a Vet's Life (by Alex Duncan)

Star (30 Nov, -0001)

The true and wildly funny exploits of vetinary surgeon Michael Morton.

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