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    Ordeal (Paperback) Jorn Lier Horst

    The investigation into taxi-driver Jens Hummel's disappearance has been fruitless, but a crucial discovery directs suspicion at Dan Roger 'Danny' Brodin. The problem is, however, that Danny is already in prison, convicted of another murder.

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    Downhill from Here (Paperback) Gavin Boyter

    Approaching his middle forties, Gavin Boyter wondered what his life was all about. An ordinary runner, he came to wonder if an ordinary runner might be capable of John O'Groats to Land's End, the longest linear run in Britain. Gavin was neither the first nor the quickest but Downhill from Here is his real triumph.

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    The Caveman (English, Paperback) Jorn Lier Horst

    Only three houses away from the policeman's home, a man has been sitting dead in front of his television set for four months.

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    Around the Coast in Eighty Waves (English, Paperback) Jonathan Bennett

    Thousands of people in Britain surf, few of them have surfed all the way round

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    Dregs (English, Paperback) Jorn Lier Horst

    A police report of a shoe containing a severed foot washed up on the sand introduces CI William Wisting. Soon a second is washed up, but it is another left. Has there been some kind of terrible accident at sea? Does it indicate the killing and dismembering of two victims?

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    Babylon Berlin (English, Paperback) Volker Kutscher

    It is 1927 and Gereon Rath experiences a city in a state of ecstasy. Cocaine, illegal night clubs, street riots between the rising Nazis and the communists. The young and ambitious inspector, new in town and ordered to work for the vice squad, meddles with the investigations to a murder - and is not yet aware that he has stirred up a hornet's nest.

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    Greenpeace Captain (Paperback) Peter Willcox

    In over 40 years as a senior captain for Greenpeace International, Peter Willcox has been in the vanguard of the international environmentalist movement. He is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from The Guardian.This is his story.

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    A Petrol Scented Spring (English, Paperback) Ajay Close

    Arabella Scott, suffragette and hunger striker, is held in solitary confinement for five weeks, force-fed by the prison doctor, Hugh Ferguson Watson. Two years later, his wife, Donella, is trapped in a sexless marriage with a man haunted by the past.

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    Upbeat (English, Hardback) Paul MacAlindin

    The story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq, its origins, troubles, many achievements, and its eventual end.

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    Running Hard (English, Hardback) Steve Chilton

    For one brilliant season in 1983 the sport of fell running was dominated by the two huge talents of John Wild and Kenny Stuart. Running Hard is the story of that season.

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    The Hunting Dogs (English, Paperback) Jorn Lier Horst

    Seventeen years ago William Wisting led the investigation into one of Norway's most widely publicised criminal cases, when the young Cecilia Linde was killed. Now it is discovered that evidence was planted and the wrong man convicted. Wisting is suspended and the media smell blood.

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    Closed for Winter (English, Paperback) Jorn Lier Horst

    Ove Bakkerud, newly separated and extremely disillusioned, is looking forward to a final quiet weekend at his summer home before closing for winter but, when the tourists leave, less welcome visitors arrive. Bakkerud's cottage is ransacked by burglars and next door he discovers the body of a man who has been beaten to death.

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    A Broken Hallelujah (English, Hardback) Liel Leibovitz

    In this philosophical biography, Liel Leibovitz looks at what it is that makes musician/philosopher/poet Leonard Cohen an enduring international figure in the cultural imagination.

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    Once a Crooked Man (Paperback) David McCallum

    When actor Harry Murphy inadvertently overhears the Bruschetti brothers plotting to turn several associates into "dead meat" he is stricken by conscience and decides he must intervene.

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    The Round (English, Paperback) Steve Chilton

    The Round is not only a history of the Bob Graham Round, but also an exploration of the what, why and how of this classic fell endurance challenge.

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    It's a Hill, Get Over it (English, Paperback) Steve Chilton

    Published as a quality jacketed hardback in 2013, Steve Chilton's illuminating and entertaining history of one of athletics' most demanding sports, as well as the most demandingly amateur, took the world of running by storm and quickly broke out of its niche.

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  • Out
    Out There (English, Paperback) Chris Townsend

    This provocative book on conservation and the outdoors from one of Britain's leading walkers and writers will both provoke and illuminate the wild land debate.

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    The Solitary Woman of Shakespeare (Paperback) James Terry

    When seventeen-year-old Abigail Walker, desperate to escape her mother's oppressive house and her tedious factory job in the East, responded to the ad, 'Man in Territory seeks correspondence with adventurous gal', she thought she had found her ticket to love and freedom.

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    Making Space (Paperback) Sarah Tierney

    Miriam falls in love with Erik after he employs her to clear out his paper-packed home. He is an obsessive hoarder, she has just got rid of most of her belongings. They are worlds apart but somehow must find a way to reach each other.

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    Good News, Bad News (Paperback)

    Robbie Munro, hapless criminal lawyer, is now engaged to Joanna, and they're living (with difficulty) with Alex, Robbie's dad. Robbie agrees to take on the defence of Antonia, notorious Sheriff Brechin's granddaughter, on a charge of possessing large quantities of cocaine.

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