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101. Killigrew R.N. - Jonathan Lunn

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Kit Killigrew has been a sailor since he was twelve - he has the sea in his half-Greek, half-Cornish blood. His most recent posting is to the steam sloop Tisiphone, part of the West Africa Squadron which is trying to rid the seas of the now illegal slave trade. Rear-Admiral Sir Charles Napier sees in Killigrew someone ruthless enough to infiltrate the slavers, find the slave market owned by the shadowy megalomaniac Francisco Salazar - and expose the British Establishment figure who is one of the slave trade's major investors.

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102. Fortune's Daughter - Elizabeth Lord

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Frances, the youngest daughter of Oliver Cromwell, has just got over the pain of not being allowed to marry the man of her heart. She is now a beautiful self-possessed young woman, determined to be free of her father's overbearing power. Cromwell is Lord Protector of England, and is looking for one of his sons to succeed him as he reaches a fragile age. Frances' eyes soon alight on the charming Lord Rich, but, as he has Royalist tendencies, once again Cromwell is set to forbid the union. Frances persists, determined this time to defy her father...

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103. Coronation Street At War - Daran Little

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It is 1939 and as war is declared Elsie Tanner walks into Coronation Street. Newly married and pregnant, she has little idea of the difficulties ahead. Within days her husband has enlisted, leaving Elsie to face the neighbours, including that sturdy upholder of moral values, Ena Sharples. With their menfolk posted overseas, the women are forced to make do, coping with rationing and supporting each other through the tragedies of war. As she makes friends, Elsie finds the strength to break free of her abusive husband and live life on her own terms. Then the GIs arrive...

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104. An Assumption Of Death - Roy Lewis

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Archaeologist Arnold Landon has a difficult decision to make. Should he join his girlfriend in America and take up the offer of a job, or should he stay in his beloved Northumberland and battle it out with the attractive but insufferable acting head of his department? There is plenty to distract him, and when a young heiress goes missing and the chairman of the archaeological society falls to his death, he is drawn into a web of hallucination, deceit and danger. Meanwhile the discovery of a headless corpse has sparked off a police investigation into drug-smuggling...

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105. The Boys From Brazil - Ira Levin

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It is 1974, but for Dr Mengele and his group of Nazis, World War II is not yet over. They have a terrible plan to conquer the world, but how does it involve a group of boys that come from different countries, yet all look the same?

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106. Proof of Life: A J. P. Beaumont Novel - J. A. Jance

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J. P. Beaumont's latest investigation strikes too close to home in this riveting mystery from New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance.

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107. The Twelve-Mile Straight - Eleanor Henderson

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From New York Times bestselling author Eleanor Henderson, an audacious American epic set in rural Georgia during the years of the Depression and Prohibition.

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108. Forest Dark - Nicole Krauss

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The bestselling author of The History of Love, conjures an achingly beautiful and breathtakingly original novel about personal transformation that interweaves the stories of two disparate individuals--an older lawyer and a young novelist--whose transcendental search leads them to the same Israeli desert.

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109. Love and Other Consolation Prizes - Jamie Ford

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From the bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet comes a powerful novel, inspired by a true story, about a boy whose life is transformed at Seattle's epic 1909 World's Fair.

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110. Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime - Ben Blum

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Alex Blum was a good kid, a popular high school hockey star from a tight-knit Colorado family. He had one goal in life: endure a brutally difficult selection program, become a U.S. Army Ranger, and fight terrorists for his country. He poured everything into achieving his dream. In the first hours of his final leave before deployment to Iraq, Alex was supposed to fly home to see his family and beloved girlfriend. Instead, he got into his car with two fellow soldiers and two strangers, drove to a local bank in Tacoma, and committed armed robbery...

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111. A Legacy of Spies - John Le Carre

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The undisputed master returns with a riveting new book--his first Smiley novel in more than twenty-five years.

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112. The Bleeding Land - Giles Kristian

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King Charles and Parliament each gather soldiers to their banners. Across the land, men prepare to do battle for their religious and political ideals. The Rivers are landed gentry, and their allegiance is to the Crown. Edmund, the eldest son, will do his duty to his king, but his brother Tom will turn his back on all he once believed in. From the raising of the King's Standard at Nottingham Castle to the butchery of Edgehill, Edmund and Tom Rivers will each learn of honour, sacrifice, hatred and betrayal as they follow their chosen paths through the bloody chaos of civil war...

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113. Ruthless - Jessie Keane

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Annie Carter should have demanded to see their bodies lying on a slab in the morgue, but she really believed the Delaney twins were gone from her life for good. Now sinister things are happening around her and Annie Carter is led to one terrifying conclusion: her bitter enemies, the Delaney twins, didn't die all those years ago. They're back and want her, and her family, dead. This isn't the first time someone has made an attempt on her life, yet she's determined to make it the last. Nobody threatens Annie Carter and lives to tell the tale...

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114. Harlequin's Daughter - Mary Joyce

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When journalist Brigit Flood sees Conor Byrne's paintings of his wife Hannah, she simply can't get them out of her mind. When she meets Hannah at Conor's studio home in Kilnaboy, on the coast of County Clare, she begins to understand the tensions that made Conor's paintings so memorable. Hannah, clearly unstable, is a thorn in the side of the small artistic community Conor has formed. Apart from Conor, no one seems to want Brigit at Kilnaboy, but, drawn to the charismatic artist, Brigit is determined to make the most of the opportunity, little knowing what she is stumbling into...

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115. Stage By Stage - Jan Jones

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Teaching full time and acquiring all the oddball kids in the new intake are only the first of Beth's challenges when Alan leaves her after twenty-five years of marriage. She also has to turn her untidy Cambridge house into a B&B to make ends meet and then counteract the effect of regular theatrical guests on her impressionable teenage children. Alan doesn't help by making disapproving incursions with his saccharine laden new partner. Beth's real worry though is Owen Pendragon, a touring character actor with wicked hazel eyes, a quirky sense of humour and a tendency to walk around her home in his bathrobe.

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116. A Deeper Shade Of Blue - Paul Johnston

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The idyllic Greek island of Trigono harbours many secrets. Its labyrinth of caves, containing priceless ancient figures, gave sanctuary to tragic lovers during the Second World War. Now they are the backdrop to acts of chilling depravity. American tourist Rosa Ozal has disappeared and half-Greek, half-Scots investigator Alex Mavros is hired to trace her. In a race to stop a terrible crime being repeated, Mavros must break through Trigono's whitewashed walls of silence to uncover the deadly consequences of a feud that has plagued the island for generations.

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117. The Last Red Death - Paul Johnston

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Iraklis - a mysterious Greek terrorist group. A rogue offshoot of the Communist Party. At its head, a man with many names who has been in exile for ten years. Alex Mavros - a half-Greek, half-Scottish investigator. A man driven by the desire to find his missing brother. Grace Helmer - an American who saw her father murdered when she was a child. Iraklis was responsible. Now Iraklis is back - and Grace Helmer employs Mavros to track down her father's killer. From Athens to the mountains of the southern mainland he unearths clues from the past with a dangerous legacy in the present...

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118. The Golden Silence - Paul Johnston

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An original and atmospheric thriller... When private investigator Alex Mavros is asked to trace a missing teenager, an immigrant from the former Soviet Union, he doesn't see any link with the plague of violent killings afflicting Athens. As he follows the trail to the missing girl, Mavros encounters the terrifying enforcers known as the Father and Son. He discovers that the present day killings have their roots in the brutal military dictatorship; and that he has put himself and the woman he loves in mortal danger...

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119. Enemy Women - Paulette Jiles

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Adair Colley had just turned eighteen in November of 1864 when the militia arrested her father and tried to set the house on fire. Swept into the current of the American Civil War, Adair marches boldly into enemy territory to find her father. Denounced as a spy and thrown into a women's prison, she grasps at any chance for freedom - even if it's to be found at the hands of her Union interrogator...Only then can she fight her way back through the wilderness to find love and family again.

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120. Solomon's Tale - Sheila Jeffries

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Solomon's Tale is a gripping story with strong emotion, humour and gritty relationship themes. Solomon, a cat who can see angels and who has chosen to be born again to help a family endure traumas of separation and poverty, narrates this quirky but heartwarming adventure. The black and white cat begins life as a tiny kitten and embarks on a perilous journey to find his home. He falls in love with another cat, Jessica, whose outrageous behaviour brings life and humour into the challenging situations he must face, including the repossession of the family home and a lonely, desperate time of surviving in the wild.

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