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THRILLER CHICK LIT FICTION NON-FICTION Handle with Care by Jodi Picoult (Hodder, pounds 14.99) FIVE-YEAR-OLD Willow has osteogenesis imperfecta, a brittle bone disease, which means her body breaks every time she falls.

Her mother Charlotte, father Sean and sister Amelia love her dearly, but their lives can never be normal.

When Willow falls in Disneyland, Sean insists the family sue for mistreatment. But lawyers tell him and Charlotte they should sue their doctor - Charlotte's best friend - for wrongful birth instead.

Charlotte goes ahead with the lawsuit against Sean's wishes, tearing her family and friendships apart. But will she win the case? Another gripping novel from Picoult based on morality and complex family ties, which keeps you guessing to the end - a real entertaining read.

HHHH Caroline Davison Passion by Louise Bagshawe (Headline, pounds 12.99) ADRENALINEPUMPING action and heart-stopping romance make Passion a sure cert to be another bestseller.

Academic Melissa Elmet feels life is passing her by and she has never really got over the heartbreak of her parents making her annul her teenage marriage to orphan Wil Hyde. He's now a billionaire with beautiful women hanging on his arm while makes ends meet teaching.

But the pair are thrown back together when people around Melissa start being murdered and Will realises the woman who broke his heart is next on the hit list.

International locations, government plots and professional assassins make Passion a high-speed treat.

Melissa turns from mouse to firebrand as she fights for her life and her old love.

Addictive adventure.

HHHH Marion McMullen Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child (Bantam Press pounds 18. …

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