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Allende, Isabel
One extraordinary woman. One hundred years of history. One unforgettable story.

The Wind Knows My Name

Allende, Isabel
Intertwining past and present, The Wind Knows My Name tells the tale of two unforgettable characters, both in search of family and home. It is both a testament to the sacrifices that parents make, and a love letter to the children who survive the most unfathomable dangers and never stop dreaming.

Long Petal Of The Sea

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Tsarina is luscious. As detailed as the jewels and enamel inlay on the creations of Faberge, Ellen Alpsten writes the story of Catherine Alexeyevna, born poor with a lust for power and riches, who sets her mind to achieve both, and sets in motion all that will follow in Russian history, including the reign of Catherine the Great. `

Falling Animals

Armstrong, Sheila
The disquieting story of an unidentified man as told by those who crossed paths with him on the last day of his life, Sheila Armstrong's debut novel is haunting, lyrical and darkly suspenseful

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Why Visit America

Baker, Matthew
Welcome, dear visitor, to a proud and storied nation. When you put down this guidebook, look around you. A nation isn't land.

Scatter Her Ashes

Bakkeid, Heine
Thorkild Aske returns in the second novel in this brilliant, darkly funny crime series from a fresh voice in Nordic Noir.

The Other Pandemic : How QAnon Contaminated the World

Ball, James
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist James Ball takes us into the depths of the internet to trace the origins and rapid ascent of QAnon, the movement that mutated from a niche online conspiracy theory into the world s first digital pandemic. *A Financial Times Book to Read in 2023*

Destination Wedding

Basu, Diksha
Navigating a world of Delhi playboys, models, dating agencies for widows, and wedding guests with personal bodyguards, Tina is determined to have an authentic Indian experience, now if only someone would tell her what that was...

Post Mortem

Bell, Gary
Once a petty criminal, now a highly respected QC, Elliot Rook has years of legal experience and he will need every one of them if he is to see his latest client acquitted

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

The start of a fantastic new legal series, perfect for fans of Robert Galbraith, written by an acclaimed QC Elliot Rook is the epitome of a highly successful, old Etonian QC. Or so everyone believes. In fact, he is an ex-petty criminal with a past that he has spent decades keeping secret.