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Spring is Finally Springing!

Spring is finally springing! And frankly, just in time. ‘Tis the season for longer days, blossoming flowers, and sitting in a warm spot with a new book.

Of course, in the UK this vision doesn’t always pan out. So, at the risk of jinxing it, we’ve added a few mysteries to our spring reading list – perfect for rainy days.

To let us know what you’re reading this spring, head to our Instagram, where you can also keep tabs on all our upcoming and discounted titles!

Sunny Spring-day reads

The Nightingale by Kara Dalkey

Based on a fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson, this enchanting retelling moves the story of a young girl and her magical power from China to Heian Japan – which becomes a place of demons, song, and a very special cat.

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Here Comes the Sun! by Emilie Loring

Independent and adventurous, Julie Lorraine is the last unmarried daughter of her family. And when her matchmaker aunt claims to have found her a husband, Julie disagrees. But as Julie makes her way to her aunt’s house, determined to prove her wrong, fate intervenes.

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Kissing Frogs by Sarah Ingham

When Luc James heads to Greece with her best friend Ella, all she expects to bring home is a suntan. But just as Ella abandons her for a gorgeous Frenchman, the impossibly glamorous Lorenzo arrives and Luc’s life is transformed. But if her fairytale romance leads to the sacrifice of years of friendship, can it be happily ever after?

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Cosy rainy-day reads

Without a Trace by Malcolm Forsythe

Without a Trace is the first book in the popular DCI Millson and DS Scobie series of police procedurals set in rural Essex.
In this gripping tale, eight-year-old Maisie Brown disappears during the annual fête. With the road closed, could it have been someone in the village that took her?

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The Magic Chair Murder by Diane Janes

In the first of the Black and Dod novels, two unusual sleuths investigate the death of a literary society member.
Set in 1920s England it’s perfect for fans of parochial English crime novels and cosy murder-mysteries in the tradition of Agatha Christie.

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Thicker Than Water by Anthea Fraser

Thicker Than Water is a gruesome tale of secrets kept, and revenge taken, in a cosy English setting. Three very different people are hiding secrets about their past. But their facades slip when the appearance of a mysterious stranger rouses fear in them all. 

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