"Surviving the Applewhites" by Stephanie S. Tolan is a book about a 13-year-old boy sent to live with an eccentric family after he is kicked out of school. Though he initially thinks the move will give him more freedom t... More »

"Woods Runner" takes place in 1776 and follows a 13-year-old boy named Samuel Smith. Samuel lives in Pennsylvania, but must rescue his parents when British soldiers capture them. With the help of those he meets on the wa... More »

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Peter Robinson's Inspector Banks series begins with the book "Gallows View," published in 1987. It was followed by "A Dedicated Man," "A Necessary End" and "The Hanging Valley," all published in 1989. The remaining books... More »

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As of June 2015, there are currently 23 books published in the "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter" book series, with a 24th book due to be released. The first five titles, in chronological order, are "Guilty Pleasures," "The L... More »

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As of 2015, John Saul's most recent book is "House of Reckoning," a thriller novel published by Ballantine Books in 2009. "Midnight Voices" was released in 2002 by the same publisher. More »

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Roald Dahl took inspiration for his book from the real life espionage that took place between candy makers in Europe. As candy recipes are not patentable, candy firms are extremely secretive. Cadbury and Rowntree, the tw... More »

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Released in 1992, the first Agatha Raisin book is "Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death," followed by "Agatha Raisin and the Vicious Vet" in 1993, "Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardener" in 1994, "Agatha Raisin and the ... More »

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