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Bloody Valentine by James Patterson  Bloody Valentine is one James Patterson`s best books. The end is a real shocker that catches you unaware.

Bloody Valentine by James Patterson Bloody Valentine is one James Patterson`s best books. The end is a real shocker that catches you unaware.

Yours Truly by Kirsty Greenwood download and review  She's similar to Sophie Kinsella, if Sophie had one too many glasses of Chardonnay.£1.98

Yours Truly by Kirsty Greenwood download and review She's similar to Sophie Kinsella, if Sophie had one too many glasses of Chardonnay.£1.98

FREE: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman by Laurence Sterne

FREE: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman by Laurence Sterne

Lethal Circuit: a fast-paced Spy TechnoThriller for Clive Cussler & Robert Ludlum fans

Lethal Circuit: a fast-paced Spy TechnoThriller for Clive Cussler & Robert Ludlum fans

Locked In A DS Jessica Daniel Novel, Book 1 by Kerry Wilkinson - £0.66p They think they are safe at home. Someone knows better.

Locked In A DS Jessica Daniel Novel, Book 1 by Kerry Wilkinson - £0.66p They think they are safe at home. Someone knows better.

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FREE: Out of Time: A Time Travel Mystery by Monique Martin (44 customer reviews) You Save: £7.49 (100%)

FREE: A Cold Day for Murder by Dana Stabenow

FREE: A Cold Day for Murder by Dana Stabenow

The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling £1.99 1

The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling £1.99 1

Wanted:Home for baby boy, aged 1 month, complete surrender. In late 1942, that advert was placed in the Reading Mercury. Two weeks later, on the deserted platform of Reading railway station, a young couple who had read the advert were to fleetingly meet the mother of this baby boy as she passed the child over to them. The reasons for the surrender of her child were never explained.

Wanted:Home for baby boy, aged 1 month, complete surrender. In late 1942, that advert was placed in the Reading Mercury. Two weeks later, on the deserted platform of Reading railway station, a young couple who had read the advert were to fleetingly meet the mother of this baby boy as she passed the child over to them. The reasons for the surrender of her child were never explained.

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