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The Day We Met by Roxie Cooper

The Day We Met is an absolutely wonderful story. I’d been warned that tissues would be needed and yet I’d got almost all the way ...

The Day We Met by Roxie Cooper

The Quiet You Carry by Nikki Barthelmess

“I didn’t do anything” says Victoria the narrator and main character in this teen/YA novel by an American author who herself ...

The Quiet You Carry by Nikki Barthelmess

Smoke and Ashes by Abir Mukherjee

Smoke and Ashes is a top-notch historical crime novel, a page-turning mystery that reimagines a fascinating period of Indian history under the ...

Smoke and Ashes by Abir Mukherjee

The Outcast Hours by Mahvesh Murad and Jared Shurin

From the editors of The Djinn Falls in Love (2017) comes this diverse collection of short stories based on the broad theme of ‘the night’. ...

The Outcast Hours by Mahvesh Murad and Jared Shurin

Homeland by Walter Kempowski

This novel, published in Germany for the first time in 1992, was translated into English by Charlotte Collins last year. Trying to ignore the ...

Homeland by Walter Kempowski

Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak

I am a little late to the party on this one but up to a point I was scared to read it! I invested so much in The Book Thief emotionally that the ...

Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak

Kill (Redacted) by Anthony Good

A terrorist bombing on the London Underground kills scores of people, one casualty being the wife of Michael, headteacher of an inner-city ...

Kill (Redacted) by Anthony Good

The Bothy by Trevor Mark Thomas

The Bothy is a confident debut novel, exciting and fast paced, an exhilarating read. It is also a very subtle exploration of grief, betrayal, ...

The Bothy by Trevor Mark Thomas

Ironopolis by Glen James Brown

This is a novel of many parts and does not have a plot as such. Instead we have a cast of characters on the Burn Estate in Middlesbrough. Like ...

Ironopolis by Glen James Brown

The Colour of Shadows by Phyllida Shrimpton

A project for her A-level studies sends seventeen-year-old Saffron on a search for old family photographs – “the kind that have sepia ...

The Colour of Shadows by Phyllida Shrimpton

To the Lions by Holly Watt

To the Lions is the debut international thriller from investigative journalist Holly Watt, the first in a new series featuring reporter Casey ...

To the Lions by Holly Watt

The Polish Few by Peter Sikora

When my grandfather was alive, as a Polish soldier who had fought in the defence of his country from the 1st September, as someone who by 1940 ...

The Polish Few by Peter Sikora

Ordinary People by Diana Evans

Ordinary People is a story about two couples living south of the river in London in 2008 and how they reach breaking point. Melissa and Michael ...

Ordinary People by Diana Evans

Any Means Necessary by Jenny Rogneby

Any Means Necessary is a dark, nihilistic slice of Nordic Noir. Off the rails and outrageous, this novel doesn’t obey boundaries. It’s also ...

Any Means Necessary by Jenny Rogneby

The Concubine’s Child by Carol Jones

A young girl forced to become a concubine to a much older man, a curse, a haunted house and a tragedy affecting four generations of one family. ...

The Concubine’s Child by Carol Jones

Owl Sense by Miriam Darlington

Esteemed nature writer Robert Macfarlane calls Miriam Darlington’s Owl Sense ‘a beautiful book; wise and sharp-eared as its.& ...

Owl Sense by Miriam Darlington
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