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  1. Land of Fire by Chris Ryan
  2. Empire of the Sun by J. G. Ballard
  3. The Cosmic Follies by Simon Louvish
  4. The Riddle of St. Leonards: An Owen Archer Mystery by Candace Robb

    The Riddle of St. Leonards: An Owen Archer Mystery by Candace Robb

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    Set in Anno Domini 1369, the much loved Queen Philippa lies dying at Windsor and the plague has returned to the city of York. With plague rife and the city's inhabitants besieging his wife, the Apothecary, for new cures, Owen Archer is unwilling to become involved. There is too little to link the victims to each other: the riddle seems unsolvable. Learn More
  5. Patterson's Volunteers by Smith
  6. Stealing Time by Nicky Edwards

    Stealing Time by Nicky Edwards

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    London squatters and one very clever teenager mastermind corporate fraud. Learn More
  7. People in Glass Houses by Shirley Hazzard

    People in Glass Houses by Shirley Hazzard

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    This novel consists of a set of interlinking episodes about life in "the organization" an international enterprise dedicated to the cause of humanity. Shirley Hazzard also wrote "Transit of Venus" and "Defeat of an Ideal", a study of the United Nations. Learn More
  8. Tempting Fate by Jane Green

    Tempting Fate by Jane Green

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    When Gabby first met Elliott she knew he was the man for her. In twenty years of marriage she has never doubted her love for him - even when he refused to give her the one thing she still wants most of all. But now their two daughters are growing up Gabby feels that time and her youth are slipping away. Learn More
  9. Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh

    Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh

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    A jarring, fragmented ride through the dark underbelly of Edinburgh, the festival city. There is not an advocate, a festival performer or a fur coat in sight as, with bitter passion and rancid humour, Welsh lays bare the lives of this ill-starred bunch of addicts, alcoholics and no-hopers. Learn More
  10. August 1914 by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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