Deep Descent by P R Adams,

Chandra has left her life on earth to escape her military career and the horrors that it brought her, along with the scars and the memories. She is making her way to the furthest place she can find to work freelance, as a Lancer. At her destination she discovers that many others have had the …

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Once Upon A River by Dianne Setterfield

The greatest of yarns about yarns along the river. A great story of life along the river in which a man and a girl child come from the water into The Swan at Radcot. The child is dead, the man not quite. Then something amazing happens and the girl joins the community, as does the …

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Bone Lines by Stephanie Bretherton

This is definitely a book of two parts, one set in the present day and one set very firmly in pre-historical times. The link between the two is a set of bones, those of the historical character, being examined by the modern character. Dr Eloise Kluft has managed to acquire the right to conduct research …

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The Katharina Code by Jørn Lier Horst

Chief Inspector William Wisting keeps revisiting an unsolved 24 year old disappearance. His daughter is a journalist on maternity leave who has him babysit her daughter while he is revisiting the old files. He is distracted, you can guess that something happens! Then someone from Kripos decides to reopen the cold case and Wisting is …

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The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston

Flora and Xanthe have pooled their resources to buy an old antique shop in Marlborough, in the south of England. Flora suffers with chronic pain from her arthritis and has to walk with sticks to get around, Xanthe is very aware of her suffering and wishes to ease her through it. Despite having just arrived …

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