Book List in Order: 47 titles

  • 'Dripping with authenticity. Packed full of characters you genuinely care about . . . I didn't read the last few chapters, I devoured them. An absolute triumph' M. W. CRAVEN_____________________Three can keep a secret. If two of you are dead...Two wo...


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    'Dripping with authenticity. Packed full of characters you genuinely care about . . . I didn't read the last few chapters, I devoured them. An absolute triumph' M. W. CRAVEN_____________He loves surprises. But not this one. A schoolgirl is found dead...


  • A gripping novel about finding the American Dream -- and what it costs. In 1913, Sarah Levine sails to New York to start a promising new life with her husband, Micha. Unable to conceive, Sarah despairs of ever having a family of her own. Her dream...


  • 'I really loved this . . . the beginning of an excellent series' 5 stars, Netgalley readerA killer stalks the streets of London . . . When a priest is found crucified in a derelict North London chapel, it makes a dramatic change for DI Charlie George...


  • When fiery and idealistic Kitty O’Kane escapes the crushing poverty of Dublin’s tenements, she’s determined that no one should ever suffer like she did. As she sets out to save the world, she finds herself at the forefront of events that shaped...


  • Havana, 1958.Magdalena Fuentes is eighteen years old and she has the world at her feet. The city has become a magnet for the Hollywood stars and the mobsters who flock to Havana to lie by the casino swimming pools and listen to the boleristas in the ...


  • You don’t have to kill him. You just have to let him die.Saigon 1970. Magdalena Fuentes has come a long way from the spoiled little rich girl of her Havana days. She is a wife now, and her husband is a seasoned journalist, who has come to Saigon fo...


  • Hamish Ballantyne never found out why his family lived as virtual exiles in a lonely bay on the Slave Coast of Africa, far from the other British traders on the Cape. No one will talk about it. The past is best left buried, his father tells him. But ...


  • "Seville, 1489. The end of the Reconquista. Diego Sanchis is Seville's most famous painter; his tryptychs and murals fill every church in the city. He is also ugly, angry, possibly Jewish and a dwarf. Nobody but his father loves him and Diego likes i...






  • THE APOCALYPSE IS NOW! “They set out that day to sail for Vinland. Tromdur Svensson planned to be away for just three years. How the gods were laughing at him, at all of them, on that day.” —from The Saga of Harold Half-Face 1000 AD. When the N...


  • A sweeping tale of courage, honor, and betrayal in the army of Alexander the Great Babylon, 323 BC. Alexander the Great has survived every effort to kill him. Restless, ruthless, he wonders which world to conquer next. He has a powerful new weapon...


  • She was taught to obey. Now she has learned to rebel. When Princess Isabella is offered as bride to King Edward of England, for her it’s love at first sight. But her dashing husband has a secret, one that threatens to tear their marriage -- and ...


  • It is not easy having the same name as one of London’s darlings. People make comparisons, and you are then forever known as the loafer, the idiot cousin, the burden. He had come to London to make something of himself, like his cousin THE William Sh...


  • Would you sell your soul to have anything you wanted?Adam Prescott has everything; he’s earning big money as an emergency specialist at one of Boston’s biggest hospitals, he has a fancy apartment in Beacon Hill, everything is working out fine.But...


  • Book II in the brand new crime series by International Bestselling Author Colin Falconer ‘The unique and supreme pleasure of love lies in the certainty of doing evil’ She is naked. She is spreadeagled on a torture rack in a basement. She is dea...


  • “My name is William Shakespeare. No, not that Shakespeare; and no jests please, I’ve heard them all. I’m the other one, the ne’er do well cousin, the loafer, known to family and friends as the dunce, the one who could not recite Cicero or Hor...


  • “My name is William Shakespeare. No, not that Shakespeare; and no jests please, I’ve heard them all. I’m the other one, the ne’er do well cousin, the loafer, known to family and friends as the dunce, the one who could not recite Cicero or Hor...


  • From International Bestselling Author Colin Falconer comes a new Crime Series: The London Babylon Series. "They’ve enforced the law. Now they want Justice." Rough Justice by Colin Falconer Catching the scrotes who shoot other drug dealers in the he...


  • In any other circumstance but shipwreck, rape and murder, a man like Michiel van Texel would never have met a fine lady such as Cornelia Noorstrandt. He was just a soldier, a sergeant in the Dutch East India company’s army, on his way from Amsterd...






  • Book III in the Naked Series by International Bestselling Author Colin Falconer You don’t have to kill him. You just have to let him die. Saigon 1970. Reyes Garcia has consigned Magdalena Fuentes to his past. Then one day she reappears in Saigon wi...


  • Santa Maria, the Solomon Islands, 1941. According to Father Goode, the worst thing Corrigan ever did was impregnate his housekeeper during the Sunday service. Well, almost the worst thing. Later, while she is on a rescue mission to save a native chie...


  • Book 2 in the Naked Series Cheating is always a bad idea. But with the President of the United States? After fleeing Cuba in 1959 Magdalena works as a waitress in a diner trying to support her sick father. One day Angel Macheda walks back into her li...


  • The Holy Land, 1260. Josseran Sarrazini is chosen to escort the Pope’s emissary on an embassy to the all conquering Mongol horde in an effort to save all Christendom form destruction. But although he serves as a Templar warrior, Josseran is not all...


  • 1206: When Fabricia Berenger was struck by lightning in the main square of Toulouse, her troubles were only just beginning. Soon she develops mysterious wounds on her hands and feet - and some people credit her with the gift of healing. To keep her f...


  • Saigon 1969. From the moment Hugh Webb arrives at the Hashish Hilton, as a green freelance reporter, he knows he has found his true vocation. In Sean Ryan, combat photographer, legend and lover, he finds his lifelong mentor, friend - and nemesis. It...


  • You can’t find love. Love has to find you. 18 year old Magdalena Fuentes is lying naked next to her perfect lover when he tells her he is marrying someone else. It is soon clear her destiny lies with another man, even though she says she doesn’t ...


  • ‘The truth was he had made the biggest mistake of his life. He had come here with nothing; he was sailing away with much less. If only he could take back that afternoon on Bitter Moon Lane ...’ Broome, 1913. Cameron McKenzie has come halfway arou...


  • Suleiman has the world at his feet; he has an Empire to rival that of any Caesar, and now his Vizier even wants to take his armies against the great infidel, the Pope, in Rome. But the Sultan is a man in conflict with himself; he has the soul of a po...


  • He had everything a man might dream of; wealth, power and the choice of hundreds of the most beautiful women in his Empire. Why then did he forsake his harem for the love of just one woman, and marry her in defiance of the centuries-old code of the O...






  • ‘Nick Davis first saw Daniela Simonici in the American Bar of the Athenee Palace Hotel in Bucharest in June of 1940. He couldn’t take his eyes off her. The city was full of beautiful women, penniless countesses and fox-furred demi-mondaines looki...


  • 'Falconer's grasp of period and places is almost flawless ... He's my kind of writer.' - Peter Corris, The Australian 'Some men don't fall in love, they get lost. I was lost from the moment I saw Anastasia Romanov in the taxi club that first night .....


  • What is the most terrible secret a father could hide from his daughter?Buenos Aires, 1976. The generals take control and for rich Jewish financiers like Reuben Altman the world is coming to an end, just as it should be beginning. He has a beautiful w...



  • Mark d'Arbanville has the 'perfect life': a successful writer, he is happily married with a teenage son. But when he falls in love with another woman, Mark's life unravels, exposing regret, estrangement and heartache. Yet as his marriage falls apart ...



  • The story of how Palestine became Israel‘Rishou Hass'an had decided it was impossible to pick apples all day with a permanent erection …’Palestine, 1933. The centuries old rhythms of sleepy Rab’allah have been disturbed by the building of a J...


  • We have every respect for persons entertaining strict religious principles, but we fear that very godly people are not suited to the drug trade. - James Matheson co-founder of Jardine Matheson. ‘Your father is a pit bull who has to tell himself he ...



  • How was he ever going to win her back? Wasn't she the one who asked him: 'Do you want to chase clouds forever?' Well, then he had to do some things he wasn't too proud of, so that they could live this diamond life, become 'un vrai monsieur', get some...






  • The pavilion had been built right into the water, a sala of filigree wood on a pillared platform of semi precious stone.' She was already there early the next morning when Michael arrived from Ajodhya in a tuk-tuk. She was gazing out across the water...


  • There was no God, no justice. But there was such a thing as hell, and he was living in it. You should have taken the money. He couldn't breathe. He slid down the wall and started to sob. Why didn't you take the money? Hong Kong, 1992. Ruby Wen is in ...


  • Vientiane, 1960. Laos is a sleepy post-colonial backwater, run by generals and at war with the communist Pathet Lao in the north. Corsican gangsters, left behind after the French departure five years before, run the opium trade, flying raw opium out ...


  • Ren? Budjinski did not hear a word of the public prosecutor's opening speech. He was reliving those last climactic hours in Varanasi, and asking himself, as he asked himself so many times, if it had all been worth it. The past year had seemed endless...


  • 'Spectacular historical fiction blazing with intrigue, romance and dramatic action' - BooklistA wonderful story ... not just a rehash of history but rather a refreshing look at this clever and charismatic leader ... pulsating with the passion of a wo...


  • From the author of the critically acclaimed When We Were Gods comes a dramatic, unforgettable novel of cruelty and passion, set in the great Harem of the Ottoman Empire.In Constantinople there is only one ruler: Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent, Lord...


  • The triumphant, controversial life of the Aztec woman Malinali is one of the great and enduring legends of Mexico. A high-born Mexica heiress, she was sold into slavery as a child, and it was as a slave of the Maya that she met the Spanish conquistad...


  • Arrestingly beautiful and fiercely intelligent, Cleopatra VII of Egypt was barely more than a teenager when she inherited the richest empire in the world -- one that stretched from the scorching deserts of lower Egypt to the shining Mediterranean met...