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    'The Expats' by Chris Pavone - now available for just 20 pence (£0.20) from Amazon.co.uk, if you live in Britain [ click on cover to download sample for first 10%] Kate Moore is an expat mum, newly transplanted from Washington D.C. In the cobblestoned streets of Luxembourg, her days are filled with play dates and coffee mornings, her weekends spent in Paris or skiing in the Alps. Kate is also guarding a secret which will change her life..

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