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Chasing a story, reporter Lucy Hall plunges into a desperate fight to save her own life. Lucy Hall's first summer in Paris promises to be idyllic. She's fallen in love with the city and enjoys her new job as an investigative reporter. When her friend Nina comes to stay, the girls look forward to a wonderful summer. But Paris is a city of contrasts and Lucy is about to experience its dangerous side. When an anonymous source promises her a scoop, Lucy can't resist the chance to make her name. The deeply unsettling meeting with her informant indicates that there may be more at stake than she'd suspected. Returning home with questions instead of answers, Lucy finds her apartment ransacked and Nina gone. Lucy knows her friend is in danger, but the police are unwilling to help. When her informant is found dead, she realises she may be next. Lucy has something the killer wants and he'll do anything to get it back...
A wounded soldier and a rector's daughter discover strange goings-on in the sleepy village of Kurland St. Mary in Catherine Lloyd's charming Regency-set mystery debut. Major Robert Kurland has returned to the quiet vistas of his village home to recuperate from the horrors of Waterloo. However injured his body may be, his mind is as active as ever. Too active, perhaps. When he glimpses a shadowy figure from his bedroom window struggling with a heavy load, the tranquil façade of the village begins to loom sinister. . . Unable to forget the incident, Robert confides in his childhood friend, Miss Lucy Harrington. As the dutiful daughter of the widowed rector, following up on the major's suspicions offers a welcome diversion--but soon presents real danger. Someone is intent on stopping their investigation. And in a place where no one locks their doors, a series of thefts and the disappearance of two young serving girls demands explanation. . . As Robert grapples with his difficult recovery, he and Lucy try to unearth the dark truth lurking within the village shadows, and stop a killer waiting to strike again. . .
The author of the Molly Murphy mysteries now turns her attentions to the mischief, mishaps and musings of minor English royalty My ridiculously long name is Lady Victoria Georgiana Charlotte Eugenie. Thirty-fourth in line for the throne, I am, as they say, flat broke. When my brother Binky cut off my meager allowance, I bolted from Scotland - and my engagement to Fish-Face (I mean, Prince Siegfried) - for London, where I have: a) built a fire in the hearth - entirely on my own, thank you very much b) fallen for an absolutely unsuitable Irish peer c) made a few quid housekeeping incognito, and d) been summoned by the Queen Herself to spy on her playboy son. Less than thrilled with this last bit, I'm wondering what to do, when an arrogant Frenchman - who was trying to swipe our family estate! - winds up dead in my bathtub. Now, my new job is to clear that very long family name . . .
A healthy young man dies in his sleep, despite the ringing of eight separate alarm clocks...
Will DI Geraldine Steel become a serial killer's ultimate trophy? 'Unmissable' – Lee Child When DI Geraldine Steel relocates to the quiet rural town of Woolsmarsh, she expects to find her new home to be somewhere where nothing much ever happens; a space where she can battle her demons in private. But when she finds herself pitted against a twisted killer preying on local young women she quickly discovers how wrong she is... By day, the park is a place for children's games, for people walking their dogs or taking a short cut to avoid the streets. But in the shadows a predator prowls, hunting for a fresh victim. When an unwitting bystander comes forward as a witness she quickly becomes the next object of his murderous obsessions. . . DI Geraldine Steel is locked into a race against time, determined to find the killer before they discover yet another corpse. But can she save the lives of the town's young women - or will Geraldine herself become the killer's ultimate trophy? For fans of Rachel Abbott, Angela Marsons, Peter James and Robert Bryndza, Cut Short is a gripping crime investigation that introduces DI Geraldine Steel, a woman whose past is threatening to collide with her future. . . Look out for more from DI Geraldine Steel: Battling personal demons as well as criminal ones, DI Geraldine Steel will stop at nothing to find the truth. CUT SHORT ROAD CLOSED DEAD END DEATH BED STOP DEAD FATAL ACT KILLER PLAN MURDER RING DEADLY ALIBI Don't miss the DI Ian Peterson series - also available now: COLD SACRIFICE, RACE TO DEATH and BLOOD AXE Longlisted for the CWA 2014 Dagger in the Library Cut Short shortlisted for the CWA New Blood Dagger Award 2010 Stop Dead was a finalist for The People's Book Prize 2014 D.I Geraldine Steel is a Lovereading Great Female Sleuth Critical Acclaim for Leigh Russell: 'A rare talent' – Daily Mail 'Impressively dependable' – The Times 'Leigh Russell is one to watch' – Lee Child 'A brilliant talent' – Jeffery Deaver 'Taut and compelling' – Peter James What people are saying about Cut Short: 'Cut Short is a stylish, top-of-the-line crime tale, seamless blending of psychological sophistication and gritty police procedure. And you're just plain going to love DI Geraldine Steel' – Jeffrey Deaver 'Simply awesome! This debut novel by Leigh Russell will take your breath away' – Eurocrime.co.uk 'Cut Short is a book I had to read in one sitting... excellent new series' – Murder By Type 'Russell paints a careful and intriguing portrait of a small British community while developing a compassionate and complex heroine who's sure to win fans' – Publisher's Weekly 'Cut Short is not a comfortable read, but it is a compelling and important one. Highly recommended' – Mystery Women 'a surefire hit - a taut, slick, easy to read thriller' – Watford Observer 'Gritty and totally addictive debut novel'– New York Journal of Books
Photojournalist Siobhan Walsh has been searching for two sisters who disappeared two years ago in Mexico, so when she receives a call from a priest in Texas about an abandoned baby holding a locket with her name, she calls her friends in the FBI for help. The infant obviously belongs to one of the sisters, but how did she end up in Texas? And why did she abandon her newborn? “Can’t-put-it-down suspense.”—Fresh Fiction In The Lost Girls, Lucy Kincaid and her mentor, Supervisory Special Agent Noah Armstrong, track the missing girls and uncover a human-trafficking organization that leads to a seedy underworld in which nothing is as it seems. The bad guys seem to stay two steps ahead of them, leaving behind a trail of dead bodies and Lucy with more questions than answers. “Fascinating...Buckle up and brace yourself.”—Sandra Brown Meanwhile Lucy’s fiance Sean Rogan has a crisis of his own. An old girlfriend returns with shocking news: not only does Sean have a son, but Jesse and his step-father have disappeared. The last thing Sean wants to do is leave Lucy when she’s investigating a horrific case, but his son is in grave danger. Torn between an impossible choice, he makes a decision that has far-reaching consequences for Sean, Lucy, and everything they hold dear. “COMPELLING AND COMPLEX ...BRENNAN [IS] A MASTER.” —Associated Press
The Voyage of Lucy P. Simmons is a beautifully written middle-grade fantasy adventure that Newbery Medal–winning author Katherine Applegate says is "as magical and mysterious as the sea itself." Ever since her parents died, Lucy's house has magically awakened. An enchanted flute plays when danger is near. A sparkling mist unlocks drawers of family secrets. A mysterious woman named Marni arrives. The magic helps Lucy keep her house out of the hands of her greedy Uncle Victor. As Lucy and Marni fight to stop Victor, Lucy makes unexpected friends and discovers the power of courage. But will it be enough to prevail in the face of her evil uncle? Readers who love novels like Avi's The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle or the American Girl books will love the timeless adventure in The Voyage of Lucy P. Simmons.

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