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From Heather Morris, the international bestselling author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's Journey, comes a novel of breathtaking power, the story of three brave sisters. Cibi, Magda and Livia were aged 19, 17 and 15 when they were taken to Auschwitz from their home in Vranov, Slovakia.
The weight of the child in her arms making Ellen's heart ache for what she can never have. Five minutes pass. Ten. The train pulls into a station and Ellen is stunned to see the mother hurrying away down the platform, without looking back.
At just fifteen, homeless and alone Ruby is relieved when a kindly stranger named Mrs Bamber takes pity on her and welcomes her into her home. But soon, Ruby learns Mrs Bamber is not as generous as she first seemed - she forces Ruby into a life of crime as a jewel thief in Birmingham's jewellery quarter.
She loves and supports him but is heartbroken at the thought of them being apart, and the dangers he will face. With a new hotel manager at the helm, no one knows what the future holds but as fashionable society retreats from London and staff depart to sign up for service, one thing is for certain;
As the situation becomes violent, and the Courtney family home is under threat, Leon Courtney finds himself caught between two powerful sides - and a battle for the freedom of a country. Legacy of War is a nail-biting story of courage, bravery, rebellion and war from the master of adventure fiction.
After witnessing the dramatic explosion of the Orca, the ship with his family aboard, Carter Kingsley believes his sister Bea and her godfather Theodore have drowned, alongside his beloved pet saur, Buster the Dwarf Black Tyrant.
Georgiana is introduced to a new world: drunken debauchery, mysterious young men with strangely arresting hands, and the upper echelons of Regency society. But the price of entry to high society might just be higher than Georgiana is willing to pay .
The Stasi and MI6 clash in this gripping Cold War crime thriller, from the award-winning author of Stasi Child - now available to pre-order in paperback and eBook. ______________________Dresden, East Germany, 1980 - A man's body is found buried in concrete at a building site in the new town district.
THE DEAD CAN TALK - WE JUST NEED TO LISTEN . Harbouring an innate distrust of the police, Cassie sets out to investigate the death and deliver justice for the woman who saved her life. For fans of Elly Griffiths' Ruth Galloway series and Kathy Reichs' Temperance Brennan comes a new heroine for forensic medicine.
The fifth in the thrilling globe-trotting adventure series where dinosaurs have evolved ... into Supersaurs
But when more bodies turn up in a similar fashion, they find themselves in a race against time to find the sadistic killer. The hunt leads them to Ladywell Playtower in Southeast London, the home to a religious commune lead by the enigmatic Aaron Cronin.
The side-splitting new novel form the bestselling author The Women of Primrose Square, perfect for fans of Marian Keyes, Mhairi McFarlane and Sophie Kinsella.
A celebration of books and everything that makes us human' Katie Marsh, author of My Everything You can tell a lot about a person from the library books they borrow Library assistant June knows a lot about the regulars at Chalcot Library, yet they know very little about her.
But when she realises she can't marry a man she doesn't love, she flees, with the help of her Uncle Felix, to a small town in Tropical North Queensland. Hidden away in a secluded lodge, Vivienne spends her days swimming in the beautiful lake nearby and getting to know kind Owen Monash, her only neighbour for miles.
When Freya first found Charlie on a dating app he seemed like her ideal match - a foodie who was into photography, loved to travel and had huge ambition.
When his grandfather Jim Courtney dies, and the mysterious Captain Marston calls into the fort, Rob's passion is ignited and he stows away on Marston's ship as it sails to England. Even the family is divided, with Theo's oldest son Cal an ardent American patriot, while Theo himself feels a strong tie to his mother country, England.
Family ties are binding . She's expecting details on an open-and-shut case, what she isn't expecting is finding out that there might be more to her mother's murder than meets the eye .
Half abandoned and filled with ghosts - both real and imagined - the noble family within co-exist only as the balance of their secrets is kept. For there are mysteries at the heart of this family. And Tom's arrival will set into motion a series of events that may become deadly .
When an eccentric elderly widow claims she is being stalked, Detective Jack Warr is the only person willing to dig into the truth behind her wild claims.
It begins with a small white lie. The kind of lie you might tell to keep your child out of trouble - especially when he begs you to confirm that he came home early last night and has been up in his room ever since. And so you back him up.
A moving and dramatic World War II land girl saga by the author of Lily's War and Bobby's War. - - - - - - Praise for Shirley Mann:'What a brilliant read .
It is 1865, the American Civil War has just ended, and 18-year old Vita Tenney is determined to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a country doctor like her father.
From the winner of the Richard and Judy Search for a Bestseller competition comes another tantalising Golden Age wartime mystery, perfect for fans of Sunday night drama. PRAISE FOR THE JOSEPHINE FOX SERIES:'Terrific ...
A Mexican Day of the Dead festival has secrets to reveal ... Bea Kingsley, her brother Carter and his pet tyrant, Buster, have all been happily living at the Kingsley ranch with their aunt and uncle, and godfather Theodore, in America for months.
The gripping Yorkshire crime series introducing forensic psychologist and profiler Jo McCready - for fans of Elly Griffiths and Ann Cleeves.