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ESSENTIALS BOOK OF THE MONTH THE SECOND GIRL BY DAVID SWINSON (HODDER & STOUGHTON)

Frank Marr is a private investigator with a very well-kept secret: he’s become adept at hiding his drug habit. One night, while breaking into a drug house, he stumbles across a kidnapped teenage girl. After the discovery, Frank is thrust into the spotlight and praised for rescuing the teen. When another girl goes missing – who’s teen – Frank is put on the mean exposing his drug addiction. A gripping thriller about one man’s internal struggle.

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ACTRESS DREW BARRYMORE ON HER FAVOURITE BOOK… VALLEY OF THE DOLLS BY JACQUELINE SUSANN

‘Actor Harvey Fierstein gave me a copy of Jacqueline Susann’s 1966 best-seller Valley of the Dolls, and when I put down the classic I was reading and picked it up, I remembered that we sometimes need to get off our literary high horses and read something this absolutely delicious!

Miss You BY KATE EBERLEN (PAN MACMILLAN)

Tess and Gus are meant to spend their lives together – the only thing that stands between them and ‘happily ever after’ is the fact they haven’t really met. The potential lovebirds initially cross paths when they stand side-by-side at a famous mosaic in Florence, where they are both holidaying. Over the next 16 years, Tess and Gus come close to meeting but it’s not until romance read that’ll have you hooked.

The Woman in Cabin 10 BY RUTH WARE (VINTAGE)

When travel journalist Lo Blacklock is sent on a press trip aboard a luxury cruise ship to the Northern Lights, she can’t quite believe her luck. It’s just what she needs to recover from a traumatic break-in and an unravelling relationship. But Lo is awoken by screams in the night, and she sees a body being thrown overboard from the cabin next door. But no passengers are missing from the ship and it looks like no one ever checked into that cabin – will Lo be believed or will the murderer remain at large? A real page-turner.

The Missing Wife BY SHEILA O’FLANAGAN (HEADLINE)

To the outside world, Imogen and her husband, Vince, seem like the perfect couple. Not everyone knows what goes on when no one is looking, though. When Imogen suddenly vanishes, those who know her are left completely bewildered, especially when it becomes evident that she doesn’t want to be found. While she enjoys her new-found freedom, Imogen discovers that she may not have gone far enough, and that her past is about to catch up with her. You won’t want to put it down.

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