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Bad Sister: The new gripping psychological thriller you won’t be able to put down in 2017 (by Sam Carrington)

Avon (14 Dec, 2017)

Then When flames rip through their family home, only teenager Stephanie and her younger brother escape unhurt. Brett always liked to play with fire, but now their dad is dead and someone has to pay the price. Now Psychologist Connie Summers wants to help Stephanie rebuild her life. She has a new name, a young son and everything to live for. But when Stephanie receives a letter from someone she’d ...

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The Lost Village: A Haunting Page-Turner With A Twist You'll Never See Coming! (Ghost Hunters 2) (by Neil Spring)

Quercus (19 Oct, 2017)

The remote village of Imber - remote, lost and abandoned. The outside world hasn't been let in since soldiers forced the inhabitants out, much to their contempt. But now, a dark secret threatens all who venture near. Everyone is in danger, and only Harry Price can help. Reluctantly reunited with his former assistant Sarah Grey, he must unlock the mystery of Imber, and unsurface the secrets someone though ...

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The Surrogate: A gripping psychological thriller with an incredible twist (by Louise Jensen)

Sphere (27 Sep, 2017)

Kat and her husband Nick have tried everything to become parents, and are on the point of giving up. Then a chance encounter with Kat's childhood friend Lisa gives Kat and Nick one last chance to achieve their dream. But Kat and Lisa's history hides dark secrets. And there is more to Lisa than meets the eye. As dangerous cracks start to appear in Kat's perfect picture of happily-ever-after, she rea ...

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The Crow Garden (by Alison Littlewood)

Jo Fletcher Books (05 Oct, 2017)

Haunted by his father's suicide, Nathaniel Kerner walks away from the highly prestigious life of a consultant to become a mad-doctor. He takes up a position at Crakethorne Asylum, but the proprietor is more interested in phrenology and his growing collection of skulls than the patients' minds. Nathaniel's only interesting case is Mrs Victoria Adelina - Vita - Harleston: her husband accuses her of hysteria a ...

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The Last Hours (by Minette Walters)

Allen & Unwin (02 Nov, 2017)

June, 1348: the Black Death enters England through the port of Melcombe in the county of Dorsetshire. Unprepared for the virulence of the disease, and the speed with which it spreads, the people of the county start to die in their thousands. In the estate of Develish, Lady Anne takes control of her people's future - including the lives of two hundred bonded serfs. Strong, compassionate and resourceful, L ...

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In a Cottage In a Wood: The gripping new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of The W (by Cass Green)

HarperCollins (21 Sep, 2017)

A dark and twisty psychological thriller from the No.1 ebook bestselling author of The Woman Next Door. A strange encounter Neve comes across a troubled woman called Isabelle on Waterloo Bridge late one night. Isabelle forces a parcel into Neve’s hands and jumps to her death in the icy Thames below. An unexpected gift Two weeks later, as Neve’s wreck of a life in London collapses, an unexpected ...

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The Art of Hiding (by Amanda Prowse)

Lake Union Publishing (22 Aug, 2017)

Nina McCarrick lives the perfect life, until her husband, Finn, is killed in a car accident and everything Nina thought she could rely on unravels. Alone, bereft and faced with a mountain of debt, Nina quickly loses her life of luxury and she begins to question whether she ever really knew the man she married. Forced to move out of her family home, Nina returns to the rundown Southampton council estate ...

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The Coffin Path (by Katherine Clements)

Headline Review (08 Feb, 2018)

Maybe you've heard tales about Scarcross Hall, the house on the old coffin path that winds from village to moor top. They say there's something up here, something evil. Mercy Booth isn't afraid. The moors and Scarcross are her home and lifeblood. But, beneath her certainty, small things are beginning to trouble her. Three ancient coins missing from her father's study, the shadowy figure out by the gatepo ...

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Blood Memory Society (by D a Field)

Giro Di Mondo (16 Sep, 2017)

What if you could inherit your ancestors' memories? What implications would such an inheritance have on society? In Blood Memory Society, Field's story is a fast-paced, action thriller, science adventure with a little sci-fi and conspiracy thrown in. In this first book in the Blood Memory Society series, the protagonist, Dr. Will Dunbar, is a doctor of reproductive medicine and just as he is about to emb ...

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The Wrong Child (by Barry Gornell)

Freight Books (12 May, 2016)

21 of 22 children in a rural village die in a disaster. By chance, the 'wrong' child, Dog Evans, lives. Crippled with survivor's guilt, his parents abandon Dog to a feral, marginal life, shunned by those left behind, for whom his presence is a daily reminder of unbearable loss. In The Wrong Child, author Barry Gornell's forensic gaze dissects the fractured lives of the bereaved, frozen the day their childre ...

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The Foster Child (by Jenny Blackhurst)

Headline (16 Nov, 2017)

When child psychologist Imogen Reid takes on the case of 11-year-old Ellie Atkinson, she refuses to listen to warnings that the girl is dangerous. Ellie was the only survivor of a fire that killed her family. Imogen is convinced she's just a sad and angry child struggling to cope with her loss. But Ellie's foster parents and teachers are starting to fear her. When she gets upset, bad things seem to ha ...

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The Dark Tower II: The Drawing Of The Three: (Volume 2) (by Stephen King)

Hodder Paperbacks (16 Feb, 2012)

In the second novel of Stephen King's bestselling fantasy masterpiece, Roland of Gilead, the Last Gunslinger, encounters three mysterious doors which open - for Roland, and Roland alone - to different times in our world. He must draw the three who should accompany him on the road. In 1980s New York, Roland joins forces with defiant Eddie Dean. The second door leads to the 1960s and conflicted civil right ...

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