USED-ACCEPTABLE, a bit yellowish but content are still in good condition
Jacquot and The Angel (Martin O'Brien)
Provence, with its sunbaked lavender fields and lovely picturesque towns, is the backdrop for a murder that baffles Daniel Jacquot of the Cavaillon crime squad. The truth, deeply buried, goes back to events that happened during the war. It takes the arrival of the visitor with extraordinary sensory powers to help Jacquot to a breakthrough.
The Hard Way (Lee Child)
It starts one hot night in New York. Jack Reacher is sipping espresso outside a cafe when a stranger tells him he's just witnessed the handover of a large ransom. And a wealthy businessman, Edward Lane, wants Reacher to help find the kidnap victims. By the time it's clear that Lane has his own dark secrets, Reacher is way too deep to change his mind.
The Undomestic Goddess (Sophie Kinsella)
When Samantha Sweeting realises she has made a horrendous mistake that is about to cost her law firm 50 million pound, she panics and runs away. She ends up in the Cotsworlds and, after a bit of fibbing, is employed as a housekeeper. If only she knew how to cook, this English rural retreat would be the perfect place to hide...
False Impression (Jeffrey Archer)
Archer's new novel, drawing on his personal interest in art and collecting, is a typically inventive story with a neat twist in the tail. Settle back and enjoy the ride as you're whisked across the world to New York, Bucharest and Tokyo, in the footsteps of a young art historian trying bravely to outwit a powerful and ruthless collector.