Fiction

Peril at End House by Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie's 1932 classic Peril at End House is full of sheer delicious devilry and suspense that will have you feverishly devouring every page. It delivers all the deliciously ominous twists and chills behind a potential cliff-side massacre that you'd expect from the genius Queen of Crime herself.

Black Coffee by Agatha Christie

What ultimately makes "Black Coffee" such a delectable literary treat is how seamlessly it blends all the most delicious ingredients of an Agatha Christie whodunit - labyrinthine clues, devious misdirects, memorable character turns, and of course, the dazzling final revelation that resolves the entire production's preceding ambiguities in one fell swoop of brilliance.

Comet Together by Hello! Lucky

In "Comet Together" by Hello Lucky, Astrid and Stella take kids on a cosmic adventure filled with laughter, learning, and life lessons. Discover why this book is a must-read for young space enthusiasts and budding scientists.

The Midnight Feast by Lucy Foley

The Midnight Feast by Lucy Foley is a thrilling murder mystery set in a luxurious retreat on the Dorset coast. Uncover secrets, twists, and unforgettable characters in this must-read novel.

The Mystery of the Blue Train by Agatha Christie

When fabulously wealthy American heiress Ruth Kettering trades in her unhappy marriage to embark on an ill-fated elopement with her longtime lover aboard the...

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