April releases

 Macbeth He’s the best cop they’ve got. When a drug bust turns into a bloodbath it’s up to Inspector Macbeth and his team to clean up the mess. He’s also an ex-drug addict with a troubled past. He’s rewarded for his success. Power. Money. Respect. They’re all within reach. But a man like him won’t get to the top. Plagued by hallucinations and paranoia, Macbeth starts to unravel. He’s convinced he won’t get what is rightfully his. Unless he kills for it.

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 The Quarryman's Wife When hope is lost, can she rebuild her home? After her daughter Arabella passes away, leaving a poor, motherless child in her wake, Nell Almond doesn’t think her life can get any worse. But then tragedy strikes a second time and she finds herself widowed, with her husband’s quarry to manage. But it’s baby Frederick, her grandson, who troubles her most. Being cared for by one of the local families, he lives in hand-me-down clothes in a cramped and unrefined home.

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 Prince Harry. The inside story Prince Henry of Wales has emerged as the unexpected jewel in the crown of the modern British monarchy. Despite his unruly antics, for which he’s made headlines all over the world, Harry has won the nation’s admiration and respect through his commitment to helping injured servicemen and women with the Invictus Games and his spearheading of mental health issues.

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 The Fallen Barronville: The townspeople are dwindling in number and seizing on any scraps they can to survive. Opioid addiction runs rampant. The health of the citizenry is poor. Job skills and prospects are in a sad state. Despair is everywhere but the people soldier on. There is hope amid all the bad. People still live their lives and they get by in myriad ways. There is cleverness and ingenuity in abundence in the midst of so much misery. Enter Amos Decker and Alex Jamison. Why are they traveling to Barronville?

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 Victory Girls August 1944. Allied troops are fighting their way across Europe. But rocket attacks on London are a chilling reminder that the war is far from over. Helen knows all too well how dangerous it is in war-torn France. But it’s a long-time since she heard from her French fiance, Andre, and nothing is going to stop her going back to track him down, before he is lost to her forever.

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 Graeme Souness Graeme Souness is a Glasgow Rangers icon, and a Liverpool legend in the same bracket as Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. He has racked up getting on for 50 years in and around the world of professional football. The game has been his life, and his enduring passion. Souness has written a perceptive and opinionated autobiography.

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 I've got my eyes on you 18-year-old Kerry Dowling is found fully dressed at the bottom of the family pool. She threw a party the night before, while her parents were away; her house was full of people. But no one saw anything. The police immediately suspect her boyfriend, with whom she had a bitter argument at the party. But other people had a grudge against Kerry, too, including her 20-year-old neighbour.

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 Angels at my fingertips This volume contains stories of Lorna’s early life in rural Ireland and of how angels helped and guided her through traumatic events. It gives a detailed description of what angels are like, the different types of angels, how they behave and interact with God and other angels as well as human beings and their role during our lives as well as after death.

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 Accidental Heroes Security agent Bernice Adams finds a postcard of the Golden Gate Bridge bearing an ambiguous message. Who left the postcard behind, which flight is that person on, and what exactly does the message mean? As the flight takes off each of the passengers is looking forward to reaching San Francisco, whether it’s for a family reunion, a wedding, or a new way of life.

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