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The Red House by Roz Watkins

The Red House by Roz Watkins is an atmospheric thriller. Will new clues to her family’s killer lead them back to the girl who escaped?

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Martha by Walker Zupp

In ‘Martha’ by Walker Zupp, pharmacologist Norvin Tubaniña has been tasked with understanding Martha at a research station in 2089 Antarctica

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Ross James

Ross James grew up on the north Cornish coast and now lives in the Falkland Islands with his wife and children. Obsessed by the sea and the things that live in it, his first book, ‘111 Days – Tales of a Fisheries Observer’, is a firsthand account of life on a trawler.

Cornwall Secret and Hidden

Cornwall Secret and Hidden by Cornwall Writers is an eclectic collection of short stories written by authors in Cornwall.

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Winston Graham

Winston Graham, born Winston Grime in 1908, moved to Perranporth on the coast of South West Cornwall, where he lived for thirty-four years.

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Terry Lander

Terry Lander is a British author, best known for his novels Banned and Alf & Mabel. He started writing in 2005 and has explored a

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Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier

On a nasty November night, Mary Yellan crosses Bodmin moor. Her mother’s dying wish was that she take refuge with her Aunt Patience at Jamaica Inn. When the coach driver hears where she’s going, he insists she must have made a mistake. “That’s no place for a girl,” the coach driver tells her.

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier sold nearly 3 million copies between its publication in 1938 and 1965. Adapted into an award winning film by Alfred Hitchcock.

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Daphne du Maurier

Although born in London, Daphne du Maurier spent most of her life in Cornwall. She started writing on a visit to Cornwall and many of her books are set here