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Blue Heaven (C.J. Box)
Set in an area of Idaho nicknamed Blue Heaven because of the numerous L.A. police officers who retire there, the story begins with a ten-year-old girl and her brother witness a shooting in the woods. This is terrifying enough, but the children and their mother have a host of unsuspected criminals yet to face, before they find out who amongst their neighbours really upholds the law - and who is dealing out ruthles evil.
Revelation (C.J. Sansom)
Enter a vivid recreation of Tudor times in which you can almost see, touch and smell the settings, both in and outside Henry Viii's court. The king is wooing Catherine Parr: he is determined to make her his sixth wife, but the object of his royal affections seems bent on resistance. Meanwhile, those who want England to return to Catholicism are plotting against the king. With religious feelings running high, Matthew Shardlake, lawyer and detective, goes in pursuit of a killer who is drawing his inspiration from the Book Of Revelation
Nothing to Lose (Lee Child)
Jack Reacher is on the road again, this time in Colorado, where he finds himself ousted from the desert town of Despair for no better reason than that the locals don't like the look of him. Then a cop from the neighbouring town of Hope picks him up on the demarcation line between the two towns and gives him a ride out. In Reacher's view, that's enough to justify some unofficial snooping around. First off, he wants to know what's inside the high-walled compound on the edge of Despair. And why does a plane fly out and back every evening? Why, above all, are the police so keen to keep him away?
Lottery (Patricia Wood)
The 31-old hero, Perry L. Crandall, is a little slow but he's not stupid. In fact he's a bit of a student of human nature. His grandmother taught him a lot of things, including how to find new words in the dictionary. Perry likes listening to people, which makes him, in his own new vocabulary, an auditor. So when he wins the state lottery and has more money - and devoted relatives - than he could have dreamed of, he's able to work out who his true friends are, and what's really important for a happy future.