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Speak Gigantular

This collection is delivered with an unmistakably influential voice and drive and brings new modes of thinking in concise commute-friendly stories whose ideas continue to grow in the mind long after reading.

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Letters to the Lost

Letters to the Lost is a book that I think everyone should read. Intended for a young adult readership, this novel, written in a cross genre style of epistolary and traditional narrative is insightful, bold and profound with huge crossover appeal.

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We Review Trouble Next Door and Catch Up with Writer Chris Higgins

Trouble Next Door is the first novel in a brand new series for 5 – 7 year olds from Chris Higgins. A charming story about two little girls navigating a new friendship will appeal to young readers and adults alike…

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The Sign of Fear

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The Sign of Fear

“Conan Doyle would most definitely approve!” – Mark Billingham

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Devour

Without giving away the plot, the central mystery and its many offshoots in the novel certainly had me ‘devouring’ the pages of this exciting, original and utterly captivating new release from L A Larki

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Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

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Sherlock Holmes & The Servants of Hell

The World’s Greatest Detective Meets Horror’s Most Notorious Villains!

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12 Days of December Day 12: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The story of the green Grinch who lives on his mountain has become a classic for the festive season.

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12 Days of December Day 11: The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding

The Queen of crime (Agatha Christie)’s murder mysteries have become staples of Christmas Day viewing and this little tale has been the inspiration for another classic.

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12 Days of December Day 10: The Gift

This charming fable-like festive story is something of a Christmas Carol for the modern day. Centring on one key question: if you could wish for one gift over the festive season what would it be? This novel by Cecelia Ahern tells a story which will warm your heart and make you think.

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12 Days of December Day 9: Let It Snow

There is a penchant at present in both books and films to present interconnected stories wherein all characters cross paths know each other or are influenced by a common factor.

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