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  • Diary of a Track and Field Titan

    (for ages 6-11)

    Marcus Atkinson is a track and field titan (not!). But his dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his muscles.

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  • THE BEIJING CONSPIRACY

    “I need your support. There is no one else I can trust. Please help her. Please help our daughter.” When ex-Marine Jack Ford receives a letter containing news of a daughter he never knew he had, he feels compelled to return to China, a country he hasn’t visited since 1989 when, as a young American spy, he fell in love with a beautiful student activist and found himself caught up in the horrors of the Tiananmen Square massacre. But why has Xia got in touch now, after a thirty-year silence? On arrival in Beijing, Jack finds himself accidentally in possession of an explosive piece of information both the Chinese and American governments are desperate to get their hands on. Alone in a strange city, suspected of being a traitor by his own side, not knowing whom to trust, Jack is faced with an impossible dilemma: should he save his new-found daughter or prevent a new world war from breaking out?

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  • THE UNDONE YEARS

    On a rubber plantation in Malaya, on
    the eve of the Second World War, three teenagers
    enjoy their last summer of freedom and innocence.
    Matthew is the son of the English planter who runs
    the estate and his best friend, Rajan, is the son of his
    father’s clerk – but despite their parents’ disapproval of
    their friendship, they feel like equals. When beautiful,
    strong-willed Mei Ling arrives, both boys’ heads are
    turned. But before any romance can blossom, the
    Japanese invade.

    Against a backdrop of the fall of Singapore, the
    communist insurgency and the eventual Japanese
    surrender, THE UNDONE YEARS is a very human
    story of love and betrayal in a time of war.

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  • Diary of a Taekwondo Master

    (for ages 6-11)

    Marcus Atkinson is a taekwondo master (not!). But his dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his kicks.

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  • Diary of a Rugby Champ

    (for ages 6-11)

    Marcus Atkinson is a rugby champ (not!). But his dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his legs.

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  • Diary of a Cricket God

    (for ages 6-11)

    Marcus Atkinson is a cricket god (not!). But his dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his wrists.

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  • Diary of a Soccer Star

    (for ages 6-11)

    Marcus Atkinson is a soccer star (not!). But his dad is convinced that Marcus has magic in his feet

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  • The Singapore School of Villainy

    Inspector Singh is home in Singapore – and how he wishes he wasn’t. His wife nags him at breakfast and his superiors are passing time by giving him his usual “you’re a disgrace to the Force” lecture. Fortunately for Singh, there is no rest for the wicked and he is called out to the murder of a senior partner at an international law firm, clubbed to death at his desk. Unfortunately for Singh, there is no shortage of suspects – from the victim’s fellow partners to his wife and ex-wife – or motives, as many of the lawyers have secrets they would kill to protect. Singh finds himself heading up an investigation that rips apart the fabric of Singapore society and exposes the rotten core beneath.

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  • A Curious Indian Cadaver

    Inspector Singh is sick of sick leave, so when Mrs. Singh suggests they attend a family wedding in Mumbai, he grudgingly agrees – hoping that the spicy Indian curries will make up for extended exposure to his wife’s relatives. Unfortunately, the beautiful bride-to-be disappears on the eve of her wedding – did she run away to avoid an arranged marriage, or is there something more sinister afoot? When a corpse is found, the plump inspector is dragged into a curious murder investigation with very firm instructions from Mrs. Singh to exonerate her family. But as he uncovers layer upon layer of deceit, he knows it isn’t going to be that easy.

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  • A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder

    Inspector Singh has been sent from his home in Singapore to Kuala Lumpur to solve a murder that has him stumped. Chelsea Liew – the famous Singaporean model – is on death row for the murder of her ex-husband. She swears she didn’t do it, he thinks she didn’t do it, but no matter how hard he tries to get to the bottom of things, he still arrives back at the same place – that Chelsea’s husband was shot at point blank range, and that Chelsea had the best motivation to pull the trigger: he was taking her kids away from her. Now Inspector Singh must pull out all the stops to crack a crime that could potentially free a beautiful and innocent woman and reunite a mother with her children. There’s just one problem – the Malaysian police refuse to play ball.

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  • A Bali Conspiracy Most Foul

    Inspector Singh is on a mission to Bali. A bomb has exploded and Singh has been sent to help with anti-terrorism efforts. But there’s a slight problem: he knows squat about hunting terrorists. He’s much better suited to solving murder so when a body is discovered in the wreckage, killed by a bullet before the bomb went off, Singh is the one to find the answers – especially with the help of a wily Australian copper. But simple murders are never as simple as they seem – and this one has far-reaching global consequences.

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  • A Deadly Cambodian Crime Spree

    Inspector Singh is in Cambodia – wishing he wasn’t. He’s been sent as an observer to the international war crimes tribunal in Phnom Penh, the latest effort by his superiors to ensure that he is anywhere except in Singapore. For the first time the Sikh inspector is on the verge of losing his appetite when a key member of the tribunal is murdered in cold blood. The authorities are determined to write off the incident as a random act of violence, but Singh thinks otherwise. It isn’t long before he finds himself caught up in one of his most terrible murder investigations – the roots of which lie in the dark depths of the Cambodian killing fields.

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