*****The Sunday Times 'Thriller of the Month', Mail on Sunday 'Thriller of the Week' and Sun 'Best for Mystery-Lovers'*****
Someone is about to make a killing . . .
The most daring and devastating heist in literary history targets a high security vault located deep beneath Princeton University.
Valued at $25 million (though some would say priceless) the five manuscripts of F Scott Fitzgerald's only novels are amongst the most valuable in the world. After an initial flurry of arrests, both they and the ruthless gang of thieves who took them have vanished without trace.
Now it falls to struggling writer Mercer Mann to crack a case that has thwarted the FBI's finest minds.
The baby is dead. It took only a few seconds.When Myriam, a French-Moroccan lawyer, decides to return to work after having children, she and her husband look for the perfect caretaker for their two young children. They never dreamed they would find Louise: a quiet, polite and devoted woman who sings to their children, cleans the family's chic apartment in Paris's upscale tenth arrondissement, stays late without complaint and is able to host enviable birthday parties.The couple and nanny become more dependent on each other. But as jealousy, resentment and suspicions increase, Myriam and Paul's idyllic tableau is shattered...
Already a New York Times bestseller, The Woman in the Window is a thrilling slice of contemporary noir peppered with more than a twist of Hitchockian suspense and deftly handled misdirection, with twists that you won’t see coming.
'Funny, touching and unpredictable' Jojo Moyes Eleanor Oliphant has learned how to survive - but not how to live Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend. Eleanor Oliphant is happy. Nothing is missing from her carefully timetabled life. Except, sometimes, everything. One simple act of kindness is about to shatter the walls Eleanor has built around herself. Now she must learn how to navigate the world that everyone else seems to take for granted - while searching for the courage to face the dark corners she's avoided all her life. Change can be good. Change can be bad. But surely any change is better than...fine?
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the new Edexcel International GCSE (9-1) specification with progression, international relevance and support at its core. It is designed to supply students with the best preparation possible for the examination: * Integrated exam practice throughout, with differentiated revision exercises, exam practice and learning summary sections. * Provides free access to an ActiveBook, a digital version of the Student Book, which can be accessed online, anytime, anywhere supporting learning beyond the classroom. * Transferable skills, needed for progression into higher education and employment, are signposted allowing students to understand, and engage with, the skills they're gaining. * Pearson progression tools allows quick and easy formative assessment of student progress, linked to guidance on how to personalise learning solutions. * Reviewed by a language specialist to ensure the book is written in a clear and accessible style for students whose first language may not be English. * Glossary of key terminology, along with full answers included on the ActiveBook. * Further teacher support materials, including lesson plans, are provided online.
The Edexcel International GCSE (9-1) ICT Student Book provides comprehensive coverage of the new specification and is designed to supply students with the best preparation possible for the examination. These new resource also have international relevance and support at their core. * Learning is embedded with differentiated exercises and exam practice throughout. * Provides free access to an ActiveBook, a digital version of the Student Book, which can be accessed online, anytime, anywhere supporting learning beyond the classroom. * Transferable skills, needed for progression into higher education and employment, are signposted allowing students to understand, and engage with, the skills they're gaining. * Reviewed by a language specialist to ensure the book is written in a clear and accessible style for students whose first language may not be English. * Glossary of key terminology. * Teacher support materials available online. Available: August-September 2017
A student-friendly and engaging textbook for the Edexcel GCE A Level Year 1 and AS specifications. It has been specially written to match the demands of the 2016 specifications and has been endorsed for Edexcel. The coverage of key geographical concepts and processes is accessible and clear, and all students will be engaged by the interesting, up-to-date examples and case studies - while the rigour, detail, and depth required by the specifications is retained throughout. Clearly-written objectives open each section, setting out for students what they need to learn, and high-quality photos, maps, and diagrams aid explanations. Motivating activities, practice questions, and coverage of the required skills are strong features. The book is completed with a glossary for each chapter and a full index.
The next hand he deals you...may be your last. A serial killer is loose on the streets of Manhattan. His victims appear to be total strangers. The only clue that links the crimes is the playing card left behind at each scene that hints at the next target. The killer, known in the tabloids as The Dealer, is baiting cops into a deadly guessing game that has the city increasingly on edge. Elizabeth Needham, the tenacious cop in charge of the case, turns to an unlikely ally - Dylan Reinhart, a brilliant professor whose book turned up in connection with the murders. As the public frenzy over The Dealer reaches a fever pitch, Dylan and Elizabeth must connect the clues to discover what the victims have in common - before The Dealer runs through his entire deck.