From the bestselling author of The Cazelet Chronicles comes Elizabeth Jane Howard's Falling. Harry Kent is a sensitive man in late middle age, a reader and a thinker, without means perhaps but not without charm. Daisy has recovered from her unhappy past by learning to be self-sufficient, and viewing trust as a weakness. But there is still a part of her that yearns to be cared for once more. It is this part that Henry sees, and with dedicated and calculated patience he works at her defences. So it is that despite all attempts to resist his attentions, Daisy finds herself falling under Henry's spell . . . 'Completely unputdownable' Independent 'A superb storyteller whose elegantly written novels never fail to pull you in... she tells a taut and compelling story with a subtle build-up of tension that will keep the reader worrying till the end' Sunday Express 'An engaging study of love which explores our deepest needs and desires' Tatler 'I found myself seduced by her clever evocation of people and places, her perfect ear for dialogue and her elegant, sensitive portrayal of contemporary life' Sunday Telegraph 'A novel which, although full of subtle touches, is as unputdownable as any thriller' The Times
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Chris Mooney's gripping eShort Falling introduces the conflicted hero Malcolm Fletcher. 'Remember this rule: Under no circumstances are you to go anywhere alone with Malcolm Fletcher' When Marlena is transplanted from the safety of her FBI forensic lab to a field mission in the Cayman Islands, she has no idea that she will soon find herself a crucial part of an operation to bring in the FBI's third most wanted man. And when the operation goes awry, and those charged with protecting her seem to break all the rules, Marlena finds herself face to face with the man she has been hunting - and alone. Will Malcolm Fletcher prove himself to be the remorseless, audacious killer the FBI have marked him as, or is he something far more complicated? This nerve-shredding self-contained story will enthral readers, as they - like Marlena - fall under the spell of Malcolm Fletcher, Chris Mooney's irresistibly complex new character, in this tantalising prequel to The Killing House, out on 16th August. Fans of Tess Gerritsen, Karin Slaughter and Michael Connelly will love Chris Mooney. Falling's hero Malcolm Fletcher is set to feature in Mooney's upcoming series that is sure to be as much of a success as The Secret Friend and The Dead Room. Praise for Chris Mooney: 'If you want a thriller that will chill your blood, break your heart and make your pulse race, Chris Mooney is your man' Mark Billingham 'A scary breakneck ride' Tess Gerritsen 'A wonderful writer . . . Compelling, thrilling and touching' Michael Connelly 'Harrowing, gripping, haunting, gut-wrenching and beautifully written' Harlan Coben 'It will keep you up past your bedtime' Karin Slaughter
From the crowd below a journalist watches, as a circus girl performs her strangely daring trapeze act, and is captivated by her beauty, outrageous costumes and exotic make-up in such a way that he finds himself falling helplessly in love with her. But it is from a prison cell that the journalist remembers what happened - a prison like a microcosm of the world outside, where there are those who risk, and those who are self-incarcerated. Exploring the courage to aim beyond human limitation, Falling is an intensely moving story of love and loss.
With haunting nightmares of family tyranny, accidents, and fears, bright Elizabeth Kamen feels that life is too much for her and contemplates ending it all
Imogen Green is gone. Her favourite underwear is not in her drawer, her sexy summer dress no longer hangs in the wardrobe and her passport is not in the bureau. She has left her cat, her garden and her boyfriend, Toby Doubt. As Imogen's departure sinks in, Toby sets out to discover what could have driven his lover away. But her disappearance just doesn't add up. Surely, deep down, Toby knows where Imogen's gone and if she'll be back. This love story with a heart-breaking twist leaves Toby wondering whether there is anyone left to catch him as he falls.
A powerful, disturbing book about racial tensions, intolerance, and the seductive appeal of right-wing extremism, this story explores the difficult pathways of love, fear, anger and forgiveness.
A good man falls seven times, But I’m far from a good man. I’ve got my own set of rules, And I never stray from them. I live by a simple set of guidelines and they’re easy to follow. But when Chelsea Robinson walked into my garage, The rules went out the door. Suddenly, I was falling. No, that's not right. It was more like a crash-landing, Because I sure as hell couldn't stop myself. And now, I’m still falling, Uncontrollably. For a woman I shouldn’t even want. But when love steps in, you have no option but to break your own rules