End in Tears written by Ruth Rendell performed by Nigel Anthony on CD (Unabridged)£29.99
A Genius Performance by Nigel Anthony!
Inspector Wexford investigates a series of murders - someone dies under a falling chunk of concrete and Amber Marshalson is beaten to death. After a short while it appears that the murders are connected. When another body is found it appears that a serial killer might be at work. Wexford will find this one of his toughest cases ever.
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Is there anything you want? written by Margaret Forster performed by Susan Jameson on CD (Unabridged)£39.99
What do Mrs H., Rachel, Edwina, Ida, Sarah, Dot, Chrissie have in common? They're all women, but they're fat, thin, old, young, married or single - and appear as diverse as human nature can be. But they are all survivors. This enthralling novel follows the ripples that go out into ordinary lives ......
Portent written by James Herbert performed by Alex Jennings on CD (Abridged)£7.99
The end is beginning. The time is just a few short years from now. But already the signs of global disaster are multiplying. Freak storms, earthquakes, floods volcanic eruptions are sweeping the earth. The last violent spasms of a dying planet. Then a series of ominous events signal the emergence of new and terrifying forces.
Shakespeare's Rebel written by C.C. Humphreys performed by C.C. Humphreys on CD (Unabridged)£34.99
A gripping historical adventure packed with intrigue, deception, rebellion, politics, love and war, that fans of C.J. Sansom will love. London 1599, a city on the brink of revolution... He is Queen Elizabeth's last, perhaps her greatest, love - Robert Deveraux, Earl of Essex. Champion jouster, dashing general..
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Heartstone written by C.J. Sansom performed by Steven Crossley on CD (Unabridged)£80.00
Shardlake goes to war... Summer, 1545. England is at war. Henry VIII's invasion of France has gone badly wrong, and a massive French fleet is preparing to sail across the Channel . . .Meanwhile, Matthew Shardlake is given an intriguing legal case by an old servant of Queen Catherine Parr. Asked to investigate claims..