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  • gorky park
    For Senior Investigator Arkady Renko, almost all murders in Moscow are straightforward. But when he arrives in Gorky Park to view the three bodies frozen in the snow, he finds he is not the first investigator on the scene: Major Pribluda of the KGB had been there before him, trampling all over the site and destroying the evidence...
  • the exorcist
    Regarded as a terrifying mix of fact and fancy, here is the now famous story of the evil possession of a little girl called Regan, and the battle for her soul.
  • after the funeral
    Cora Lansquenet had always been tactless - and her well bred family chose to ignore the remark she made after her brother Richard's funeral:  "He was murdered, wasn't he?" They remembered it the next day, when Cora was found murdered with a hatchet - and several days later, when Cora's companion was sent a sliver of wedding cake steeped in arsenic...But by then, the family solicitor had called in Hercule Poirot.
  • All Fall Down
    Something is happening to the children of Eastbury. Something that causes healthy babies to turn cold in their cribs - and strikes at the heart of every parent's darkest fears. Something is taking the children one by one. An entire town waits on the edge of panic.  There must be a reason...
  • labours of hercules
    Before his projected retirement, Poirot decides to undertake twelve more cases, each selected for its resemblance to the ancient legends of he labours of his namesake, Hercules.
  • Michael And All The Angels

    The Ipswich coach which arrived at the Fleece Inn in the autumn of 1817 carried a strange, ill-assorted company, who were destined to change forever the lives of those who lived at the Fleece. Will Oakley, landlord and host, with his two daughters, one very beautiful and one astonishingly ugly, waited to receive the guests  - the farmers, the merchants, the 'quality' - and those who fitted into none of these categories...such as the handsome foreigner with the scarred face - or the fat man who appeared to be gloating over some malicious secret of his own... Don't be put off by the 'bodice-ripper' style cover; Norah Lofts wrote a brilliant, historically well-researched story every time.

  • come into my parlour

    June, 1941: Germany throws the might of her armies onto the Eastern Front and Britain feels relief after the months of isolation.  How long will the respite last? Gregory Sallust is sent on a secret mission into the depths of Russia to test the strength of the Soviet fighting machine.  But the Germans also have plans and in a Swiss village a deadly trap is being readied - with the lovely Erika von Epp as bait.

  • kings blood four
    In the Lands of the True Game, your lifelong identity will emerge as you play...Prince or Sorcerer? Armiger or Dragon? Demon or Doyen...
  • Cloud Warrior

    Book I of The Amtrak Wars. Ten centuries ago the Old Time ended when Earth's cities melted in The War Of A Thousand Suns. Now the lethal high technology of the Amtrak Federation's underground stronghold is unleashed on Earth's other survivors - the surface-dwelling Mutes. But the primitive Mutes possess ancient powers  greater than any other machine.