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  • The Big Casino : Incident in Avalon
    by Goodloe, Gig

    A classic detective mystery, circa early 50s, unfolds on the picturesque Isle of
    Santa Catalina. An un-ambitious P.I. finds himself mixed up in a search for a
    fabulous sunken Chinese treasure.
    The Big Casino : Incident in Avalon
  • Under the Same Stars
    by Lott, Tim

    It is late summer 2008 and forty-year-old Salinger Nash, who has been plagued
    since adolescence by a mercurial depression, leaves the north-west London house
    he shares with girlfriend for his older brother, Carson's home in New Orleans.
    It is Carson who has persuaded Salinger that they should visit their estranged
    father on his deathbed in Las Cruces, and use it as an opportunity to heal old
    wounds. However it is with a sense of foreboding that Salinger sets off with his
    brother on a road trip from New Orleans in Carson's prized brand new Lexus, as
    their relationship is far from amicable. Tender, funny, unflinching, this is a
    road trip story in the great American literary tradition and an exploration of
    sibling rivalry that harks back to Cain and Abel. It is a vivid glimpse of a
    country through the eyes of an outsider, a profound exploration of brotherhood
    and a gripping journey of the soul.
    Under the Same Stars
  • The Defector
    by Silva, Daniel

    Gabriel Allon brought down the most dangerous man in the world. But he made one
    mistake - leaving him alive. Gabriel and his team find themselves in a deadly
    duel of nerve and wits with the murderous Russian oligarch and arms dealer Ivan
    Kharkov.
    The Defector
  • The Runaway Skyscraper
    by Leinster, Murray

    "I don't know how I'm going to say it so you'll understand, but time is just as
    much a dimension as length and breadth." He frowned. He wanted to talk about
    Wells's "Time Machine" but he knew that'd be no use -- these folks didn't read
    that sort of thing. "If the earth had settled down, we'd have been lower. If it
    had settled to one side, we'd have been moved one way or another, but as it's
    settled back in the Fourth Dimension, we're going back in time." "Then --"
    "We're in a runaway skyscraper, bound for some time back before the discovery of
    America!"
    The Runaway Skyscraper
  • The Mysterious Key and What It Opened
    by Alcott, Louisa May

    This classic large print title is printed in 16 point Tiresias font as
    recommended by the Royal National Institute for the Blind
    The Mysterious Key and What It Opened
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