Summer is a perfect time to relax lose yourself in a good book. Why not take the opportunity to relax and enjoy the heatwave with a cool drink and one of our red-hot Summer reads? We have a range of titles that are perfect for holiday reading or weekend relaxing in our Summer Reading section.
The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford featured on our site back in Februrary, and we can’t stop thinking about it! Described by our Editorial Expert as an ‘Emotionally tough read that tells a story that must not be forgotten’ (Sarah Broadhurst). This historical fiction book is perfect heart-wrenching story that will transport you back to 1937 Poland, showing that love can survive even the most destitute of situations. A powerful book based on the true story Dr Janusz Korczak, of one of Poland’s greatest men.
Vanessa Carnvale's new novel cntemplates what would happen if you woke up and had to start your life all over. After an acident left Gracie with amnesia, she is faced with the decision to go back to being the person everyone else remembered her to be, or to start a fresh.
Sophie Jenkin's brilliant and uplifting book is the perfect book for relaxing in the garden with. Showing that happiness can be found in the most unexpected of places this is a book that will warm the deepest depths of your heart.
Deep in the ganglands of Essex, Jacqui Rose's Dramatic crime thriller focuses on Bree, a suffocated wife fighting to save her children from her husband's dangerous world and his family's controlling ways.
A dramatic and intense thriller, Elisabeth Carpenter's latest book is full of secrets waiting to be revealed as Anna struggles to work out what happenned to her mother all those years ago as her own life starts to take a dark and unpredictable turn.
Lucy V Hay's books has been described by Liz Robinson as a "full on, non-stop, zip wire of a read" filled with a vibrant intsity. This psychological thriller will have you obsessing over the plot, the characters and the ending!
Why not settle down with an old classic? 2018 marks the centenary of Murial Spark's birth and her fiction is well established as popular favourites. Read a title fro an author that has never been out of print, and head over to our Muriel Spark category to peruse the selection
Fern Britton's Cornish-based books are the perfect poolside read, set on her beloved Cornish coast, Coming Home, The Great Cornish Getaway, and A Cornish Gift are simply beautiful reads that will make you want to book a trip to the coast and find a new life there yourself
Want to read an Award Winner? Preti Taneja's We That Are Young is this years winer of the Desmond Elliott Prize and darkly mesmerising tale based in India. Described as a Modern Day King Lear, this fantastic book stole the minds and heart of the judges and will take you breath away.
We have a great selection of Young Adulf Fiction that would be perfect for a summer fling with. Whether you 16 going on 17 or 18 going on 30, these YA titles are great summer reads.
Nic Stone's stunning and timely debut Dear Martin tells of the struggles of racism and fighting injustice with the aid of Dr. Martin Luther King's teachings.
Genuine Fraud my be more your speed if your looking for an edgy and fast paced thriller! two friends drawn in to a dark world of murder, fraud and villainy in this brillian throught-provoking novel.
In the mood for some magic? How about Shadowblack? The second in the spellbinding and witty Spellslinger series that teams magic with murder and mysterious, mystical plague in a wild-west setting that will have you leave you mesmorised.