Willow Trees don't Weep
By Fadia Faqir
A father sets out to save the Islamic world. A daughter sets out to save herself.Najwa's father left when she was four years old. Now, upon her mother's death, she cannot live alone in the Islamic society of Jordan. She must find her father. Her search takes her through new dangers as she becomes swept up with a mysterious organization which sends her into the mountains of Afghanistan. For her father, this same journey was made as a wrenching sacrifice for the sake of his beliefs. Yet his experience in the desert transformed his life forever. Now it transforms Najwa's, as she is compelled to follow in his footsteps: from a heartbreaking secret in Afghanistan all the way to a revelation in Britain.
By Joseph Connolly
Winters in the South
By Norbert Gstrein
By Robert B. Parker
At 46, Aaron Newman was enjoying the good things in life - a good marriage, good health, a good job. Then he witnesses a murder and is plunged into a world of fear and violence. But Aaron refuses to be a victim. In a world where only the strongest survive, he determines to eliminate the psychopath who threatens those he loves.
Walking Shadow (A Spenser Mystery)
By Robert B. Parker
A local theatre director claims he is being followed. An actor is gunned down onstage. There's more behind the scenes than an overzealous critic - and private detective Spenser intends to find out exactly what that is...
The Woman Who Wouldn't Die
By Colin Cotterill
When You Walked Back into My Life
By Hilary Boyd
The Wrong Man
By David Ellis
When the Dead Awaken
By Jacobsen, Steffen
The Widow's Guide to Sex and Dating
By Carole Radziwill
Where I Left My Soul
By Jérôme Ferrari
He was interned at Buchenwald during the German occupation and imprisoned by the Vietnamese when France's armies in the Far East collapsed. Now Capitaine Degorce is an interrogator himself, and the only peace he can find is in the presence of Tahar, a captive commander in the very organization he is charged with eliminating. But his confessor is no saint: Tahar stands accused of indiscriminate murder. Lieutenant Andreani - who served with Degorce in Vietnam and revels in his new role as executioner - is determined to see a noose around his neck. This is Algeria, 1957. Blood, sand, dust, heat - perhaps the bitterest colonial conflict of the last century. Degorce will learn that in times of war, no matter what a man has suffered in his past, there is no limit to the cruelty he is capable of.
By Tamara McKinley
If you love Lesley Pearse, you're sure to fall for Tamara McKinley!Claire's greatest dream is to leave behind the quiet life at the cattle station where she grew up for the bright lights of swinging 1960s Sydney. But just when it seems it might finally become a reality, she's summoned to a family reunion organised by her formidable Great Aunt Aurelia. Annoyed that she must again put her life on hold, Claire begrudgingly agrees, but what she discovers there could challenge everything she thought she knew about the station, her family, and even herself.
By Rosie Fiore
A heartwarming and hilarious tale about family, love and everything in between - this is the perfect summer read.Jo has always dreamed of starting her own business, but the arrival of two gorgeous toddlers has put her ambition on the backburner. Then she hits on a brilliant idea - a kids' clothing shop with a twist - and is thrilled when it takes off. When husband Lee offers to quit his job to look after the family while her business grows, it seems like a godsend - but will their marriage stand the test of reversing their roles?Designer Holly's high-flying career has come crashing down and she's moved back home - but is she ready to manage a major family crisis?Mel worries her teenage daughter Serena is going off the rails. Is finding out more worth risking the loss of her daughter's trust?When Jo recruits Holly and Mel to help her in the shop, all three women stand at a crossroads in their lives. Will friendship be the thing that keeps these women going?What readers are saying about The Little Shop of Friendship:'Love it! So heartwarming and real. Couldn't put it down' Amazon reviewer'I really loved this book, it was such a joy to read! I became so involved in the story instantly and enjoyed every single page' Goodreads reviewer'One of the best books I have read in a while. I loved it! I just loved it!' Amazon reviewer
The Widening Gyre (A Spenser Mystery)
By Robert B. Parker
When a senatorial candidate's seemingly perfect wife becomes the target of blackmailers, Spenser quickly becomes embroiled in a world where political ambition often extends into corruption and violence.
A Willing Victim
By Laura Wilson
By Will Elliott
Loyalty comes at a price . . .Vous has ascended to godhood and Eric and Aziel return to the castle to defeat the Arch Mage. The sky dragons offer Eric a throne, and objects of great power - but what do they want in return? Meanwhile, at World's End, the haiyens have made contact. They say they have come to help, but is it possible they have another agenda?The climax of the Pendulum Trilogy, a visionary work of imaginative fantasy from one of genre fiction's most exciting new voices.
By Derek Robinson
Fresh from school in June 1916, Lieutenant Oliver Paxton's first solo flight is to lead a formation of biplanes across the Channel to join Hornet Squadron in France. Five days later, he crash-lands at his destination, having lost his map, his ballast and every single plane in his charge. To his C.O. he's an idiot, to everyone else - especially the tormenting Australian who shares his billet - a pompous bastard. This is 1916, the year of the Somme, giving Paxton precious little time to grow from innocent to veteran.
By Elias Khoury
Why was the corpse of Khalil Ahmad Jaber found in a mound of rubbish? Why did he disappear weeks before his horrific death? And who was he? A journalist begins to piece the truth together by speaking with his widow, a local engineer, a nightwatchman, the garbage man who discovered him, the doctor who performed the autopsy, and a young militiaman. Their stories underline the horrors of Lebanon's bloody civil war and its ravaging effects on the psyches of the survivors. With empathy and candour, Elias Khoury reveals the havoc the war wreaked on Beirut and its inhabitants, as well as their dogged resilience.
By CC Gibbs
A female stowaway on his yacht. How serendipitous. Entertainment, perhaps, for his voyage to Naples' Beau St. Jules is known foremost for his powerful ability to get any woman into bed, and second as Britain's most valued gatherer of military intelligence. During a dangerous sail to seek vital war information, Beau encounters a most surprising creature in the hold of his yacht - a golden-haired runaway with a deliciously supple figure. Serena Blythe is forced to sneak aboard the Sirena after her plan to escape life as a domestic servant goes horribly wrong. Will she be left at the mercy of her handsome 'captor's' enormous sexual appetite, or will it be Beau St. Jules who is in for the surprise?