Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Life Lessons -

◆ Alice thinks she knows her hus­band Ed – un­til a shock­ing dis­cov­ery forces her to choose be­tween pro­tect­ing her family and telling the truth. WHAT ALICE KNEW is a com­pul­sive read-it-in-one gulp from T A COTTERELL that makes you won­der: what would I do?

◆ SCARED TO DEATH has mil­i­tary psy­chol­o­gist Dr Jessie Flynn strug­gling to con­nect an aban­doned baby with a spate of as­saults on young army re­cruits. Ex Royal En­gi­neer KATE ME­D­INA has cre­ated a bril­liant and be­liev­able fe­male lead.

◆ For­get on­line dat­ing, what if a sim­ple DNA test could match you with the part­ner of your dreams? And what if your per­fect mate was a killer? JOHN MARRS’ bril­liantly in­ven­tive thriller, THE ONE, is a must-read for any­one who’s ever braved the dat­ing pool.

◆ In THE STRANGE DIS­AP­PEAR­ANCE OF A BOL­LY­WOOD STAR by VASEEM KHAN, the de­light­ful In­dian de­tec­tive In­spec­tor Cho­pra and his baby ele­phant side-kick Gane­sha in­ves­ti­gate the dis­ap­pear­ance of a Bol­ly­wood play­boy.

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