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Crossing the Lines by Melvin Bragg

Crossing the Lines

By Melvin Bragg

This third part of Bragg's post-war trilogy is a must if you've read the previous two, or if you enjoy losing yourself in well written and tightly plotted family sagas.

The Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Sign of Four

By Arthur Conan Doyle

If you are re-discovering Conan Doyle or coming to him for the first time, this easy read with audio CD included, is a good starting point. It is the second Sherlock Holmes story and although not a full length novel, brings the character of the detective fully to life, revealing his brilliant powers of deduction as well as his addiction to drugs. It has all the romance, intrigue, duplicity and murder mystery that we expect from a Holmes adventure against the backdrop of Victorian London.

Dead Cat Bounce by Damien Owen

Dead Cat Bounce

By Damien Owen

No surprises in this fun and very readable piece of lad-lit. Likeable lad, Joe, has work, family and women problems. Read on to find out if Joe does manage to come good in the end. An ideal beach read.

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