USED-ACCEPTABLE, a bit yellowish but content are still in good condition
Under Orders (Dick Francis)
Starring Sid Halley, the ex-champion jockey hero of Francis's early blockbuster, it is bang up-to-date on today's racing issues and mixed page-turning excitement with a touch of romance, as Halley finds himself on the brink of engagement to Marina van de Meer.
The Husband (Dean Koontz)
Imagine getting a ransom demand and knowing you can't possibly pay - even though the life of the one person you love is on the line. That's the gripping premise of The Husband, a tense thriller about a young garderner, Mitch Rafferty, who is forced to avoid the police in order to make a bold, single-handed attempt to save his wife.
Scared To Live (Stephen Booth)
A double treat for crime fans. Not only in this novel set in the stunning Peak District of England, rich in history and atmosphere - but Booth's detective Duo, DS Diane Fry and DC Ben Cooper, are addictively likeable. While investigating two seemingly unrelated crimes, the detective stumble upon a surprising Bulgarian connection.
Orbit (John Nance)
For Kip Dawson, winning a seat on a commercial space flight is a dream come true - until disaster strikes. Trapped in space, seemingly out of communication, he starts writing a record for his family on a laptop, oblivious that a young hacker in Western Australia manages to receive it. Whereupon a worldwide audience, reading his every word, waits on tenterhooks for news of Kip's fate.