The popular Outlander series has also been made into an award winning TV show. It follows Claire who falls through ancient stones in 1960’s Scotland and ends up in 1743. It is a highly enjoyable series with something for everyone.
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Charles Todd is a mother and son writing team with 2 main series set during and after WWI. My favourite is the one about Bess Crawford which employs all the elements of a satisfying mystery, with an absorbing plot and a charismatic heroine.
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These tie-in novels to the Five Nights at Freddy’s games, “The Silver Eyes” and “The Twisted Ones,” take readers deeper into the lore and mystery surrounding Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.
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Matthew Bartholomew is a physician in medieval Cambridge when the Bubonic plague strikes. In addition he must investigate some mysterious murders. An absorbing mystery with great attention to historical detail.
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Starting with “The Iron Trial” the series “The Magisterium” is like a darker Harry Potter. The motivations of the villain are more complex and we follow our hero through these discoveries.
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Quintin Jardine writes a number of crime series including my favourite about Bob Skinner. If you’re looking for a detective whose personal life is as active and complicated as his job then follow the Edinburgh exploits of Deputy Chief Constable Skinner.
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“How to be Happy” – is a powerful read about life, happiness and the power of perspective. Eva Woods encourages us all to take stock of life and what is really important at the end of the day.
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