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Thrills and chills for your next book club

Jeffrey Archer’s Traitors Gate. Image supplied

Chief Superintendent William Warkwick has, for years, been in charge of making sure the annual transport of the Crown Jewels across London goes according to plan. But this year, things are about to change. A master criminal is planning the most outrageous theft in history in Jeffrey Archer’s Traitors Gate. HarperCollins Publishers

The Good Daughter by Laure van Rensburg. Image supplied

Abigail is The Good Daughter, a member of the New American Baptist Church. Living miles from anywhere, she’s a valued member of the community. She’s also the sole survivor of a fire that burns down the family home. Was the outside world really a threat, or did danger lurk inside the community? A gripping thriller from Laure van Rensburg. Michael Joseph

Sara Ochs’ The Dive. Image supplied

Welcome to paradise. We hope you survive your stay. That says it all, really. A scuba diving instructor. A world famous party island in Thailand. And someone who’s making sure backpackers never leave … one murder at a time. Sara Ochs’ The Dive is a fabulously thrilling read … but isn’t for you if you’ve planned an island holiday this December. Penguin

Everything’s Fine by Cecilia Rabess. Image supplied

Everything’s Fine caused a bit of a stir on BookTok. A love story, yes, but so much more. In college, Jess is almost always the only Black woman in her class. Josh is the entitled guy in chinos. When they end up working at the same investment bank, all sorts of sparks fly. The question … is it ethical to date someone who goes against everything you believe in? Picador

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