The Dyslexic Hearts Club by Hanneke Hendrix

  Three women, all suffering with burns of varying degree, are brought together in a hospital room which has a policeman parked outside the door 24/7. Anna Van Veen, recovering from a collapsed lung, cuts and burns, is… Read More

Roxy by Esther Gerritsen

  ROXY When Roxy opens the door to the police her first thoughts are about her husband Arthur. She wonders if he has died of a heart attack as he ‘has all the risk factors’. She discovers Arthur… Read More

Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice by David Coubrough

  Grant Morrison is determined to uncover the secrets surrounding two mysterious deaths that occurred over forty years ago. In 1972 Grant was on holiday in Cornwall with his family. It had been a tradition for some years… Read More

No Longer Safe by A J Waines

When Alice Fleming receives an invitation to join an old university friend, Karen Morley, on a two week vacation in Scotland she is delighted that her friend has got in contact again. It has been six years since… Read More

Chosen Child by Linda Huber

Chosen Child is Linda Huber’s fourth novel. The previous three, like Chosen Child, are psychological thrillers: The Paradise Trees (2013), The Cold Cold Sea  (2014) and The Attic Room (2015) Ella dreams of having a child to love and care… Read More

Where the River Parts by Radhika Swarup

Set in 1947 during the period of the Partition of India and the creation of Pakistan, Where the River Parts is a story of love and separation; of shattered dreams. It tells of the pain and suffering endured… Read More

What A Way To Go – By Julia Forster

  When Harper was five her parents split up. Dad kept Ivy Cottage in the sleepy village of Hardingstone where ‘people walk without aim, as if the footpaths are covered in treacle’.  Mum got Harper and the Mini…. Read More

The Munich Girl: A Novel of the Legacies that Outlast War

  Anna Dahlberg knows little of her early years spent in Germany. Her German mother, Peggy, and American father, Rod, had settled in America after the end of World War 2 while Anna was still very young. When… Read More

My Father’s Son by Andy Symonds

  My Father’s Son Nathan is just thirteen when the knock comes at the door which turns his world upside down.  His father, a decorated Navy SEAL has been killed during combat in Afghanistan leaving Nathan, Cheyenne –… Read More

The Cherry Tree Cafe by Heidi Swain

Head over heels in love with the enigmatic Giles Worthington, Lizzie Dixon feels that this year her birthday will be a special one. Giles has sent her for a day of pampering at an exclusive spa and she… Read More