New Trade Paperbacks - Fiction Trade Paperbacks March Published In Feburary 2022

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The House on Rye Lane

Allott, Susan
They thought they'd found their dream home. They were wrong.

Where There Was Fire

Arias, John Manuel
John Manuel Arias' extraordinary debut novel weaves a brilliant tapestry of love “lost and found again“ and, ultimately, redemption.

The Dragons of Deepwood Fen

Beaulieu, Bradley P.
Lorelei Aurelius is the smartest inquisitor in the mountain city of Ancris. When a mysterious tip leads her to a clandestine meeting between the Church and the hated Red Knives, she uncovers a plot that threatens not only her home but the empire itself.

The Atlas Complex - Power is Taken

Blake, Olivia
The devastating conclusion to the story that started with The Atlas Six - now an international bestseller

Three Little Birds

Blake, Sam
A dark and twisting mystery featuring strong female leads from the Irish Times No. 1 bestselling author, perfect for fans of Elly Griffiths and Ann Cleeves.

Bonfire Night

Bliss, Anna
Spanning from England's anti-fascism protests of 1936 through the aftermath of WWII, this moving, intricately wrought historical novel brings together a young Irish Catholic photographer and a British Jewish medical student, each discovering the price of love, art, and ambition…

Rabbit Hole

Brody, Kate
A deliciously dark and twisted debut about family secrets, true crime, and destructive obsession by a striking new talent

Miss Austen Investigates

Bull, Jessica
It is a truth universally acknowledged that every good in need of a brilliant sleuth

Harbor Lights : A collection of stories by James Lee Burke

Burke, James Lee
A story collection from one of the most popular and widely acclaimed icons of American fiction, featuring a never-before-published novella.

Simul : Momenticon 2

Caldecott, Andrew
From Andrew Caldecott, the bestselling author of ROTHERWEIRD, comes the jaw-dropping conclusion of the MOMENTICON duology - an epic adventure like no other!

The Storm We Made

Chan, Vanessa
Her decision changed history. Now her family must survive it.

Munich Wolf

Clements, Rory
Munich in the 1930s is a magnet for young, rich, aristocratic Brits. They come to learn German, but also to go wild, free at last from the suffocating constraints of strait-laced England. They ski in the Alps, swim in the lakes, drink in the beer cellars and fall for the charms of dashing SS officers. What they don't see - or choose to ignore - is the cold, brutal, underbelly of the Nazi movement which considers Munich its spiritual home. But not every German is a Nazi.