We start by facing the reality of a tragedy: a young woman bush pilot
has crashed her small plane on a mountain in Alaska... known as THE BIG EMPTY. While accidents
happen, and sometimes the relatives never get answers, one man is
determined Read more...
Dropping in on the second in the Dr.
Katie LeClair mystery series feels like an easy fit, and it didn't
matter that I hadn't read the first. We meet a newcomer to a small town
GP practice who has Read more...
Kid Cafarelli works happily in her family's New York delicatessen. Her
papa is a little eccentric, convinced the Italian way is the only way...
especially when it comes to cooking. So Kid isn't taking a French
cookery course, not as far as she's admitting anyway. But she Read more...
Donal Donnelly and the local doctor are the central
characters in this gentle soap-opera tale, thirteenth in
the Irish Country series. The northern Irish village of
Ballybucklebo has reached 1969, and all across the world,
civil rights and anti-war protestors are on the march.
Despite this Read more...
Issa Torres is a youthful computer hacker, and she goes by
Pr1m4 D0nn4 on the forums. The CIA know that. Agent Shane
Donovan has invited her to an LA building to carry out some
work, and if she and the other five teenagers get the tests
right, there's an Read more...
The master of thriller writing returns with a look at modern security,
which of course, has to include cybersecurity. Beginning with a Special
Forces team breaking into a British suburban house today, Frederick
Forsyth then retraces the path that has made us so dependent on
Set in an alternate version of 1920s Chicago, this exciting, fantastical
tale of a modern girl involves politicians, speakeasies, and faeries. In
Ashland, a continent just recovering from volcanic devastation, MOONSHINE is forbidden. This is the
term for mana, a blue liquid imbibed Read more...
Priscilla Knight has recently been widowed for the second time.
Accidents do happen and only a financial oddity makes her friend
Elizabeth Miles suspect that something malevolent occurred. The New
York suffragist Priscilla had been reasonably well off, but now her
money has disappeared and her property has been sold Read more...
THE ANGEL IN THE GLASS,
second in the Gabriel Taverner series, visits the West Country village of
Tavy St Luke's. Gabriel is the local doctor, since retiring with an injury
from his career as ship's doctor. He's well travelled and Read more...
First in the 'Sweetbriars' series for pony loving girls is
the story of how Cate Sullivan, her parents and older
brother Alex, move out of Hampstead on the wealthy side of
London to a farm in Devon. LEAVING THE CITY is not entirely
happy for twelve year old Cate, because Read more...
This wintry thriller demonstrates how commercial interests can move
into an area and steamroll through the interests of the local community
and established tourism. Park Warden Jenny Willson gets transferred to
Yoho National Park in Canada's Rockies. A small wildlife research team
is already discovering that there is Read more...
This short and cheerful book for children introduces young
Sophie who is off to MEET ME AT THE FARMERS' MARKET with
her mom. They go every week and this book with bright
illustrations by Paula S Wallace shows us what they find.
Sophie meets friends regularly and they chat, buy Read more...
Gorgeously illustrated, so we can almost hear the puffins
chatter and sink our fingers into the deep polar bear fur,
this is a perfect Christmas stocking book. FISH BOY tells
of a youngster in the Native communities off Alaska,
paddling a canoe with his Inuit father Teragloona to an
island Read more...
Rose Landro has been living in Mexico for over a decade
when she shoots a cartel leader dead. She jumps in her
elderly Buick and drives to the border. As she is an
American citizen and even has title to a small patch of
land, she makes for Rimrock Ranch Read more...
Subtitled True Stories of Women Leaders in Tech, this book
is a compilation of biopics of women who have worked hard,
studied, run homes and raised families, while making it on
the technology front. The first story presents Telle
Whitney, from Salt Lake City, who went to college in
California Read more...
Malinda Stauffer lives in Southern Maryland, but visited
her aunt in Ohio to help her over illness. However,
Malinda's chronic illness chose that time to flare up, and
after a hospital stay she headed home. Some changes have
come to Amish country this fall, and her doting Mamm fills Read more...
What a splendid idea, to cast a youthful Charles Dickens as
an amateur sleuth. Our tale of woe begins in 1835, when
young Charles Dickens is a journalist at the Evening
Chronicle in London. This is first in a series called 'A
Dickens Of A Crime.' Charles' novel Read more...
This marvelous historical fiction looks at the role of
women during the Second World War in Alexandria in North
Africa. As the TAPESTRY OF WAR unfolds, an English woman
who is editing a local newspaper meets a Scottish naval man
when they both aid a wounded Free French soldier.
Fran Read more...
Layla and her sister are Fae, preparing for a harvest festival. Layla can
use a metal sword and change size but has no magic, but unlike Esme,
Layla is half human. The girls have been living without parents since
the dragon Fauth terrorised the last Read more...