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‘City Of Spies’ by Mara Timon

Synopsis LISBON, 1943: When her cover is blown, SOE agent Elisabeth de Mornay flees Paris. Pursued by the Gestapo, she makes her way to neutral Lisbon, where Europe’s elite rub shoulders with diplomats, businessmen, smugglers, and spies. There she receives new orders – and a new identity. Posing as wealthy French widow Solange Verin, Elisabeth must… Continue reading ‘City Of Spies’ by Mara Timon

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‘Secrets Of The Railway Girls’ by Maisie Thomas

Synopsis Manchester, November 1940 As the war continues and secrets threaten the railway girls, they will discover the true meaning of friendship. For Dot, her job on the railways is everything. Transporting parcels around the country gives her pride that she is doing her bit for the war effort, but a growing friendship causes problems when… Continue reading ‘Secrets Of The Railway Girls’ by Maisie Thomas

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‘My Christmas Number One’ by Leonie Mack

Synopsis There’s nothing quite like a Christmas love story, to get you in the mood for celebrating… Cara doesn’t do sexy and she only does ‘Happy Christmas’ under duress. She is, after all, a serious musician, and her stubborn streak is born from her struggle to recover from a serious injury. Javi lives for escapist… Continue reading ‘My Christmas Number One’ by Leonie Mack

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‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman

Synopsis In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week to investigate unsolved murders. But when a brutal killing takes place on their very doorstep, the Thursday Murder Club find themselves in the middle of their first live case. Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron might be pushing eighty but they still… Continue reading ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman

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‘The Merry Month Of Murder’ by Nicola Slade

Synopsis It was teatime on Tuesday, and nobody had died yet… May 1918 In a world where the men are at war and the women keep the home fires burning, Christabel Fyttleton is faced with domestic crises involving lodgers, rationing, maypole dancers and Kaiser Bill (don’t ask!) – as well as her most daunting challenge… Continue reading ‘The Merry Month Of Murder’ by Nicola Slade