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    All Through The Night
    Mark Wright - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Bristol, in the summer of 1966: struggling to make ends meet, private detective Joseph Tremaine Ellington sees a way to make some easy cash when he is approached by Ida Stephens, the administrator of a local orphanage. Offering him 500 if he can locate the disgraced GP Doctor Ronald Fowler, Ellington is instructed to track him down by whatever means necessary. But Ellington underestimates his assignment, and he soon finds himself up to his neck in trouble and running for his life.
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    The Photographer's Wife
    Nick Alexander - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Barbara - a child of the Blitz - has devoted her life to her family. She has protected her two children from the harsh realities of life, and this has included keeping a number of secrets about her marriage to famous photographer Tony Marsden. But with such an incomplete picture of the past, her children have struggled to understand who their parents really are, and in turn, she sometimes fears, to build their own identities. When daughter Sophie decides to organise a vast retrospective exhibition of her adored father's work, old photos are pulled from dusty boxes. But with them come tumbling secrets from the past, secrets that will challenge every aspect of how Sophie sees her parents.
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    The Albino's Treasure
    Stuart Douglas - Paperback - Titan Books
    When anarchists slash a painting of the Prime Minister in the newly opened National Portrait Gallery and suggest that the man himself could be next, Scotland Yard have no choice but to call in Sherlock Holmes. Leaving Watson behind, Holmes fakes his own death, infiltrates the anarchists, and solves the problem - only to return to Baker Street and discover that his problems are only just beginning.
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    Grant Morrison - Hardback - Legendary Comics
    Washed-up Hollywood screenwriter Ray Spass is caught in a downward spiral of broken relationships, wild parties and self-destruction. Out of luck and out of chances he's one failed script away from fading into obscurity. Little does he know he's about to write the story of his life ...
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    The Seeker
    Shona MacLean - Hardback - Quercus
    London, 1654. No one knows where Damian Seeker originated from, who his family is, or even his real name. Mothers frighten their children by telling them tales of The Seeker. All that is known of him for certain is that he is utterly loyal to Cromwell, and that nothing can be long hidden from him.
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    Forbidden In Regency Society
    Marguerite Kaye - Paperback - Mills & Boon
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    A Lean Third
    James Kelman - Paperback - Tangerine
    'A Lean Third' contains stories that were originally published in 'Lean Tales' (1985), alongside the work of Alasdair Gray and Agnes Owens. The majority of the 18 stories have been substantially revised by the author, making these 'new versions' of great interest to academics and fans alike.
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    Set Me Free
    Daniela Sacerdoti - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Margherita's marriage has slowly been falling apart ever since little Lewis' birth, a surprise baby wanted by her but not by her husband. To add to her problems, her adopted daughter Lara is going through a rough patch, and husband Ashley makes matters even worse when he decides he needs a break from marriage and from family life. Could a summer in Glen Avich help Margherita to reconnect with happiness and bring her life back together?
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    Double Mortice
    Bill Daly - Paperback - Old Street
    When Anne Gibson, the wife of a Glasgow lawyer, mysteriously disppears from a block of flats in Glasgow, DCI Charlie Anderson has his work cut out to establish whether he's dealing with a case of abduction, suicide or murder.
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    In The All Night Café
    Stuart David - Hardback - Little, Brown and Company
    Belle & Sebastian have been making critically-acclaimed music since 1996. They have played hundreds of gigs, won a Brit Award, and their music has been featured in films such as 'High Fidelity' and 'Juno', and their unsettling, often surreal songs, delicate melodies and alternative approach to pop stardom has earned them armies of fans all over the world. 'In the All Night Café' is founder member Stuart David's charming and evocative account of the band's early history.

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