THE NEW NEIGHBOURS was previously published as DARTMOUTH CIRCLE. A gripping contemporary drama from the bestselling author of The Throwaway Children. When one of the houses in an exclusive cul-de-sac is sold to students, dramas begin to unfold and secrets long hidden come to the surface. Local battle-axe Sheila Colby is appalled when Ned Short sells his house as student accommodation. The residents of Dartmouth Circle look on themselves as an exclusive little club, where everyone knows each other and privacy is respected. But now that is about to end and all kinds of things long hidden will come out into the light of day, with dramatic consequences. 'Brilliant novel! Excellent characters. A very enjoyable read' 'Funny, sensitive, sad. Good holiday read' 'A great read, loved it' 'Diney Costeloe never fails to keep you entertained'
Pinky's neighbor, Mrs. Morgan, is going to move. Sure, she used to be a mean old witch, but now she's a special friend to Pinky and Rex. They know they'll visit Mrs. Morgan often at her new apartment, but who will be Rex's new neighbors? And what will they be like?
The Girl Before meets The Couple Next Door in a Hitchcockian thriller about a couple who moves into their dream neighborhood only to discover nothing is as it seems... The perfect couple. The perfect house. The perfect crime. Londoners Jack and Syd found their dream home: lots of space, a great location, and a friendly owner who wanted a young couple to have it. Everything is exactly what they hoped for when they move in--except Jack makes a disturbing discovery in the attic, and Syd begins to wonder about the girl next door. And they each keep the other in the dark. A mistake. Because someone has just been killed outside their back door, and now the police are watching them. This is their chance to prove they're innocent--or to get away with murder. Whose story do you believe?
When a family of pigs moves in next door, George wants nothing to do with them. "Pigs are dirty," he claims. "They eat garbage. They're not like us at all." George's friends, however, don't share his concerns. For the next few days they have a ball in Louanne Pig's backyard while George sits indoors. But on Wednesday when he hears them shrieking with laughter as the run through Louanne's sprinkler all morning long, it's too much for him. Maybe pigs aren't so bad after all.
"Matthew and Emma want to play with their new neighbour, Dan. But Dan has autism, and doesn't know how to play games with other children. Emma wants to make friends, so she decides to teach Dan how to play a number game."--Publisher.
When a hideously horrible pink poodle appears Naughty Noosa decides to spend more time at the new neighbour's house where the food is fresh, flavoursome and fantastic. Meet Naughty Noosa with the glinting green eyes and the glossy fur which glistens in the sun as she delights in fast, furious, fun.