USED-ACCEPTABLE, a bit yellowish but content are still in good condition
As Darkness Falls (Bronwyn Parry)
Dungirri is a small town on the edge of the New South Wales outback, struggling with drought and isolation. But it's home to Detective Isabelle O'Connell - until a failed child-murder investigation turns the townspeople violently against her. A year later, the nightmare comes back when a small girl is abducted. Sydney cop Alec Goddard is convinced that a serial killer is hiding in the bush and little Tanya has barely a week to live. Instinct tells him the only one who can find her is Detective O'Connell.
Don't Tell A Soul (David Rosenfelt)
What would you do if a stranger walked up to you in a bar on New Year's Eve and told you all the grisly details of a murder he'd committed three months before? That's what happens to Tim Wallace, the unlucky hero. When the man's story turns out to be true, Tim is put in a no-win situation. A grieving widower, he's nonetheless suspected of having engineered his wife's death in a spectacular boating accident. Now the police are convinced he's killed another woman, in New Jersey.
All The Colours Of Darkness (Peter Robinson)
The new case begins when DCI Banks is called back - none too pleased - from an idyllic weekend with his girlfriend, to investigate two deaths that occur on the same day. A body has been found hanging in a bluebell wood, seemingly a suicide, and there's been a vicious murder at a mansion. Against the odds, Banks finds a connection between the two, and it leads into the shadowy world of the secret services.
An Irish Country Village (Patrick Taylor)
An Irish Village in the 1960s: an idyllic place in which to train as GP, especially under the wing of eccentric, larger-than-life Dr Fingal O'Reilly, who offers wise advice for every problem - medical or otherwise - and is always ready for a nip of whiskey, just to help things along.