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eBooks of the Month

A Game of Ghosts A Charlie Parker Thriller: 15. From the No. 1 Bestselling Author of A Time of Torment by John Connolly
A Game of Ghosts A Charlie Parker Thriller: 15. From the No. 1 Bestselling Author of A Time of Torment
John Connolly
The Number One bestseller. Fifteenth in the 'series of superb novels built around the haunted private detective Charlie Parker' (Daily Mail)
Imperial Vengeance by Ian Ross
Imperial Vengeance
Ian Ross
An entirely captivating and thrilling read set within the heart of the Roman Empire in AD323. This is the fifth ‘Twilight of Empire’ novel and a must read for historical adventure seekers. I will admit to this being my first...

Other Featured eBooks this Month

Scythe by Neal Shusterman
Scythe
Neal Shusterman
Wow! This was a gripping, thought-provoking read. Totally compelling, Scythe is a dark, original take on the ultimate power – the power over life and death. Death and disease have been eradicated and life can continue quietly without fear of...
We Own The Sky by Luke Allnutt
We Own The Sky
Luke Allnutt
February 2018 MEGA Debut of the Month This tender tale of tragic loss, deep love and profound desperation is contemporary fiction at its best - a monumentally memorable debut that is at...
The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey
The Dark Lake
Sarah Bailey
Told over a period of three weeks, with forays into the past, this thrilling debut gathers tension into a knotted tangled ball, before hurling it sky high. Set in Australia, a teacher is found murdered in the town lake with...
The Second Child by Caroline Bond
The Second Child
Caroline Bond
Sarah and Phil have a healthy 17 year old boy, James, and a severely disabled, mute, wheelchair-bound 14 year old daughter, Lauren. A chance glance at a medical report alerts Phil to Lauren's blood-type and he wonders how it fits...
The Guilty Wife by Elle Croft
The Guilty Wife
Elle Croft
February 2018 Debut of the Month. A debut to make you question everyone and trust no one. Bethany isn’t an innocent, in fact, you could say she is far from that, yet after murder tears her life apart, she has...
Gravesend by William Boyle
Gravesend
William Boyle
February 2018 Debut of the MonthA raw, convincing, achingly intimate and individual tale about actions and consequences. 16 years after the death of his brother, Conway wants revenge. When Ray Boy is released from prison, Conway hunts him...
Coming Home to Island House by Erica James
Coming Home to Island House
Erica James
February 2018 Book of the Month. Romily, an author of mystery novels, returns home after a European promotional tour just shortly before her great love, Jack Devereux, somewhat her senior, falls ill and dies. He leaves three grown up natural...
Anything You Do Say by Gillian McAllister
Anything You Do Say
Gillian McAllister
This book is currently being read by our editorial experts, so the reviews will be here soon...
Persons Unknown by Susie Steiner
Persons Unknown
Susie Steiner
Manon Bradshaw of Missing, Presumed is back only she is now pregnant, attached to the Cambridgeshire police but working on cold cases until a murder occurs close to the school her adopted son attends. He is arrested for it. He is...
Sal by Mick Kitson
Sal
Mick Kitson
Just gorgeous… this is an emotional and quite, quite beautiful read. After a particularly traumatic time at home, 13 year old Sal and her younger sister Peppa escape into the wilds of Scotland. Sal has spent a long time preparing,...
The Taste of Blue Light by Lydia Ruffles
The Taste of Blue Light
Lydia Ruffles
February 2018 Debut of the Month | In a nutshell: angry, witty and ultimately life-affirming coming-of-age story The Taste of Blue Light establishes Lydia Ruffles as an exciting and original new voice in YA. We first meet her...
Fear by Dirk Kurbjuweit
Fear
Dirk Kurbjuweit
Revenge is a dish best served cold. Fear is a brilliant debut, a menacing tale of a family’s chilling journey, of a man’s best attempts to protect his loved ones. When all else fails, he takes things into his own...
The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda
The Perfect Stranger
Megan Miranda
A lovely psychological thriller where the unreliable narrator leaves you working hard following the facts and trying to figure out what really happened. One begins to wonder if this narrator, Leah, isn’t a bit disillusioned herself and if her housemate,...
The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain
The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters
Nadiya Hussain
February 2018 Debut of the Month. A lovely warm and joyful squeeze of a read. When a family bombshell hits, four sisters each tell their own story. We get to know Fatima, Farah, Bubblee and Mae, and because their lives...
The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn
The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
February 2018 Debut of the Month. Oh my word, this is an absolutely cracking psychological thriller. Anna is unable to leave her house, she views the world from her...
Things a Bright Girl Can Do by Sally Nicholls
Things a Bright Girl Can Do
Sally Nicholls
February 2018 Book of the Month This inspirational novel about three young Suffragettes from very different backgrounds is at once a riveting character-driven read, and an outstandingly rich account of British social history between 1914 and 1917. Seventeen-year-old Evelyn is...
Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
Monsters of Men
Patrick Ness
A special anniversary edition, with a striking new cover design, to celebrate 10 years of the Chaos Walking trilogy. This is a spine-tingling, page turning read. Heaped with well-deserved awards, the Chaos Walking Trilogy comes to a brilliant conclusion in...
The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
The Ask and the Answer
Patrick Ness
A special anniversary edition, with a striking new cover design, to celebrate 10 years of the Chaos Walking trilogy. Prize-winning author Patrick Ness follows up The Knife of Never Letting Go with equally hard hitting The Ask and the Answer. Trying to...
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
The Knife of Never Letting Go
Patrick Ness
In a Nutshell: “Knowledge is dangerous” Smart new edition of the book that changed the YA landscape and launched Patrick Ness as one of the most uniquely powerful writers of our time. The population of god-fearing Prentisstown has been reduced to a...
Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer
Annihilation
Jeff VanderMeer
I am an absolute sucker both for quest-through-the-wilderness tales, and for post-apocalyptic landscapes. Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation delivers both, in creepily brilliant and utterly unforgettable style. Narrated by an unnamed female biologist, it tells of a scientific expedition - the latest...
The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova
The Shadow Land
Elizabeth Kostova
This is a beautifully crafted novel. Those familiar with Kostova’s writing will be delighted to know that her beautiful, descriptive prose has yet again created a masterful novel that will hold you entranced throughout as you immerse yourself into this...
Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal
Eyes Like Mine
Sheena Kamal
February 2018 Debut of the Month. A wonderfully intense and dramatic thriller, one that highlights the background, exposes the concealed, yet is action-packed and constantly moving. Nora Watts gave up her child, 15 years later that child is missing, and...
Peculiar Ground by Lucy Hughes-Hallett
Peculiar Ground
Lucy Hughes-Hallett
A huge book both in scope and length, it begins with the journals of a landscape gardener building a great park in 1663 then moves to 1961 and follows the lives of a large group of friends and extended...
Jo Malone: My Story by Jo Malone
Jo Malone: My Story
Jo Malone
Has appeal as a rags to riches story but also will act as an inspiration for anyone dreaming of starting their own business. Showing that you don't need qualifications and good school results to get ahead Jo Malone has a...
Four Mums in a Boat: Friends Who Rowed 3000 Miles, Broke a World Record and Learnt a Lot About Life Along the Way by Janette Benaddi, Helen Butters, Niki Doeg, Frances Davies
Four Mums in a Boat: Friends Who Rowed 3000 Miles, Broke a World Record and Learnt a Lot About Life Along the Way
Janette Benaddi, Helen Butters, Niki Doeg, Frances Davies
Ordinary women doing the extraordinary. This book is testament to following your dreams and that you can do anything you put your mind too if you work hard enough. Four middle aged friends who met at a local Saturday morning...
Defectors by Joseph Kanon
Defectors
Joseph Kanon
A Maxim Jakubowski selected title. Ex-American publisher Joe Kanon is a much underrated master of the classic espionage tale, best known for The Good German which was filmed with George Clooney in the eponymous part, but his other novels of...
The Girl Who Ran by Nikki Owen
The Girl Who Ran
Nikki Owen
The final book in the ‘Project Trilogy’ and it’s an absolute belter as the story surges to a fittingly dramatic conclusion. In the present day Maria finds herself back at the Project facility, and feels as though she is home. Piercing the...
The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo
The Light We Lost
Jill Santopolo
My goodness me did these two have a passion, a chemistry that burned so bright it was painful to behold. They, Lucy and Gabe, met on 11 September 2001 in New York as the world changed and so did their...
Blue Night by Simone Buchholz
Blue Night
Simone Buchholz
This was a dream of a read for me, relatively short, different, beautifully written, and full of jarring, jolting impact. Blue Night is the first in the Chastity Riley series, was a number one bestseller in Germany, and has been...
The Blood Miracles by Lisa McInerney
The Blood Miracles
Lisa McInerney
The second novel from the author of the Baileys Prize-winning The Glorious Heresies
The Frozen Woman by Jon Michelet, Don Bartlett
The Frozen Woman
Jon Michelet, Don Bartlett
Vilhelm Thygesen is a prominent left-wing lawyer and former cop, with a ponytail that “makes him look like an old hippie”, and a world-weary persona. When a frozen body is discovered in the garden of his large property, Vilhelm is...
Scared to Death: A Gripping Crime Thriller You Won't be Able to Put Down by Kate Medina
Scared to Death: A Gripping Crime Thriller You Won't be Able to Put Down
Kate Medina
Another wonderfully twisty and chilling case in the ‘Jessie Flynn Crime Thriller’ series. Captain Ben Callan investigates a suspicious death on a base, as the case uncoils Dr Jessie Flynn and DI Simmons become involved, and unexpected links appear. The...
The Mandelbaum Gate by Muriel Spark
The Mandelbaum Gate
Muriel Spark
‘It is clear that the novel was meant by Spark to be different from those she had previously written… For one thing it was considerably longer than the earlier books; for another it seemed to consist of a much more...
The Girls of Slender Means by Muriel Spark
The Girls of Slender Means
Muriel Spark
‘There is a palpable sense as The Girls of Slender Means opens of the curtain rising, catching people in mid-conversation, in half-spoken sentences, and banal acts that, ordinary though they seem, prove to be telling. A slender novel it might...
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Muriel Spark
‘By 1960, Spark was a novelist of some renown. But it was her next novel, her sixth, which would make her famous and well off enough to determine where and how she wanted to live, and the books she would...
The Bachelors by Muriel Spark
The Bachelors
Muriel Spark
‘[The Bachelors] appeared at a time when, in the words of her biographer Martin Stannard, she ‘sensed the possibility of a radical change in the direction of her career – towards the theatre’… The theatrical infatuation cooled down, but The...
Piecing Me Together by Renee Watson
Piecing Me Together
Renee Watson
In a Nutshell: Be Your Best “Be bold. Be brave. Be beautiful. Be brilliant. Be (your) best”. So resolves main character Jade in this timely, inspirational novel that will surely motivate many young women to do the same. ...
Dark Tracks by Philippa Gregory
Dark Tracks
Philippa Gregory
In a Nutshell: Drive Out the Devil Dancers Menace, madness and medieval adventure abound in this thrilling fourth volume of the atmospheric Order of Darkness series by a doyenne of historical fiction. Luca Vero belongs to the Order of Darkness...
Killer Intent by Tony Kent
Killer Intent
Tony Kent
What a great start to a thriller that just gets better and better for the book opens with what appears to be an attempted assassination of the US President in Trafalgar Square during a ceremony to respect the dead of...
The Prague Sonata by Bradford Morrow
The Prague Sonata
Bradford Morrow
A long book of 528 pages but very readable and a real page-turner. The writing is rich and thrilling and the story, swinging between the past and present, between Meta and Otylie, is clear and engaging. It involves the preservation...
The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford
The Good Doctor of Warsaw
Elisabeth Gifford
An emotionally tough read that tells a story which must not be forgotten. Based on the lives of two of the central characters, Sophia and Misha, it centres on an orphanage in the Warsaw ghetto during the Second World War...
The Break by Katherena Vermette
The Break
Katherena Vermette
Emily is subjected to a horrific attack where she is raped with a glass bottle that breaks inside her. This story, peopled by Native ~Canadians, part of a Métis community, does not centre on the ghastly attack but on the...
The Wren Hunt by Mary Watson
The Wren Hunt
Mary Watson
February 2018 Debut of the Month | In a Nutshell: Electrifying folkloric thriller Blending folkloric fantasy with contemporary romance, this immersive multi-layered novel heralds the arrival of a unique new voice in young adult fiction. Each Christmas, Wren is hunted in...
Kids Like Us by Hilary Reyl
Kids Like Us
Hilary Reyl
February 2018 Debut of the Month | In a Nutshell: All people have bubbles You’ll smile, you’ll gasp, you’ll root for main character Martin throughout and, while it’s only January, I strongly suspect that this radiant story about relishing memorable...
Boundaries by Jennie Miller, Victoria Lambert
Boundaries
Jennie Miller, Victoria Lambert
A self-help book for our modern age, using boundaries to create a mentally and physically healthier you. In this 24/7 world, psychotherapist Jennie Miller and journalist Victoria Lambert have initiated a four step programme using boundaries to firstly focus on...
The Empathy Problem by Gavin Extence
The Empathy Problem
Gavin Extence
A must read if ever there was one, this is just stunning. A simple premise, yet it slams with impact, 32 year old banker Gabriel has a malignant brain tumour and six months left to live. As time ticks by...
Calm by Fearne Cotton
Calm
Fearne Cotton
What a lovely, warm, kind and friendly book this is, Fearne Cotton writes about the state of calm, and how to find it in our modern, hectic lives. This isn’t just to read, it’s an interactive book too, encouraging you...
The Compleat Thunks by Ian Gilbert
The Compleat Thunks
Ian Gilbert
Surprising, provocative and thoroughly entertaining, this is a book filled with 628 thunks. A thunk is quite simply a question that not only makes you think, it has the potential to alter your thoughts. You can read the thunks on...
The ABCs of Coping with Anxiety by James Cowart
The ABCs of Coping with Anxiety
James Cowart
A simple, clear book to help those suffering from anxiety and stress. Written by James Cowart, PhD, an American psychologist who specialises in treating depression and anxiety, this is a relatively short book, it feels safe to pick up, is...
Rules for Mavericks  by Phil Beadle
Rules for Mavericks
Phil Beadle
Quite simply, a go to book for anyone who would like to explore their potential. You do not have to consider yourself (or have been told that you are) a maverick, in order to connect to the thoughts on offer...
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows
It's 1946 and author Juliet Ashton can't think what to write next. Out of the blue, she receives a letter from Dawsey Adams of Guernsey - by chance, he's acquired a book that once belonged to her - and, spurred...
The Chilbury Ladies' Choir by Jennifer Ryan
The Chilbury Ladies' Choir
Jennifer Ryan
An engaging and charmingly bittersweet slice of fiction set during the Second World War. In a Kent village during 1940, the vicar closes the choir, as the ladies of the village start their own choir, the small rebellion creates a...

Last Month's Featured eBooks

The Month Before's Featured eBooks

Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor

Reader Reviewed Reservoir 13
Jon McGregor
Category Winner of the Costa Book...

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

Reader Reviewed Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
Gail Honeyman
Category Winner for the Costa Book Awards 2017, First Novel Award June 2017 Debut of the Month. It...

The Bureau of Second Chances by Sheena Kalayil

Reader Reviewed The Bureau of Second Chances
Sheena Kalayil
June 2017 Debut of the Month. Winner of the Writers’ Guild Best First Novel Award 2017 - This gentle yet beautifully told story follows recently-widowed Thomas...

Zenith by Sasha Alsberg, Lindsay Cummings

Zenith
Sasha Alsberg, Lindsay Cummings
YA Sci-Fi featuring an all-girl spaceship crew taking control and showing the boy's how it's done, with romance, tragedy and ray-guns. Lovereading Review to follow.

Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff

Fire and Fury
Michael Wolff
SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLERNEW YORK TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLERWith extraordinary access to the Trump White House, Michael Wolff tells the inside story of the most controversial presidency of our...

The Unpredictability of Being Human by Linni Ingemundsen

The Unpredictability of Being Human
Linni Ingemundsen
In a Nutshell: Family secrets, second chances Authentic, funny, coming-of-age story in which inimitable Malin discovers that “a friend worth having is someone who doesn't make you do anything you...

We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan, Brian Conaghan

We Come Apart
Sarah Crossan, Brian Conaghan
In a nutshell: unputdownable story, beautifully told | Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan are two of our most garlanded YA authors: she won the 2016 Carnegie Medal, the...

Peace In My Heart by Freda Lightfoot

Peace In My Heart
Freda Lightfoot
Sunday Times bestselling author Freda Lightfoot is back with a heartwarming story of life after the war. The war may be over but their troubles are only just beginning.

How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

How to Hang a Witch
Adriana Mather
January 2018 Book of the Month | In a nutshell: bewitching tale of love, suspense and witchery Adriana Mather’s story of a young girl overcoming a centuries old supernatural feud...

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

The Cruel Prince
Holly Black
In a nutshell: dark, spellbinding fantasy from a master of the form Holly Black’s new series stars a girl caught between the human and the Faerie worlds. Jude was just...

Shadow Man by Alan Drew

Shadow Man
Alan Drew
January 2018 Debut of the Month A whole series of impressive endorsements leads one to believe this to be a highly suspenseful thriller when actually it is a well-written, character...

Six Tudor Queens: Anne Boleyn, A King's Obsession by Alison Weir

Reader Reviewed Six Tudor Queens: Anne Boleyn, A King's Obsession
Alison Weir
January 2018 Book of the Month We know we are in good hands when an eminent historian renowned for her non-fiction work turns her hand to fiction. Lovers of historical...

White Bodies by Jane Robins

Reader Reviewed White Bodies
Jane Robins
January 2018 Debut of the Month Terrific, a two-sitting read if you can give it the space. Twin sisters, chalk and cheese; Callie, the narrator, plain and ordinary, Tilda, beautiful,...

Broken River by J. Robert Lennon

Reader Reviewed Broken River
J. Robert Lennon
January 2018 Book of the Month A masterclass in suspense awaits the reader in this almost understated, yet powerfully intense and dark novel. A family needing a fresh start move...

The Chicken Soup Murder by Maria Donovan

The Chicken Soup Murder
Maria Donovan
A short, seemingly simple, yet complex and rather wonderful novel about a young boy coming to terms with life, death, and everything in-between. Eleven year old Michael believes that a...

Arrowood by Mick Finlay

Reader Reviewed Arrowood
Mick Finlay
January 2018 Debut of the Month London 1895, gloriously brought to life in all its grizzly glory. Arrowood is a weathered Private Investigator with a soft heart and a weakness...

Are You Sleeping by Kathleen Barber

Reader Reviewed Are You Sleeping
Kathleen Barber
January 2018 Debut of the MonthPoppy Parnell is an investigative journalist who digs into a case thirteen years old and produces a couple of podcasts. The first interviews ...

The Wanderers by Tim Pears

The Wanderers
Tim Pears
An extraordinary feat of storytelling, the three novels that make up the West Country Trilogy will take readers on a journey from the agricultural world at the turn of the...

Sourdough by Robin Sloan

Reader Reviewed Sourdough
Robin Sloan
January 2018 Book of the Month A gorgeous magical, quirky dream of a story. Lois exhausts herself everyday as a software engineer, she orders her food from two local cooks,...

Deep Blue Trouble by Steph Broadribb

Deep Blue Trouble
Steph Broadribb
January 2018 Book of the Month Second in the Lori Anderson series and another electric humdinger of a read. Bounty hunter Lori Anderson is thrown in the deep end...

In the Days of Rain by Rebecca Stott

In the Days of Rain
Rebecca Stott
Category Winner of the Costa Book Awards 2017, Costa Biography Award In the vein of Bad Blood and Why be Happy when...

Inside the Wave by Helen Dunmore

Inside the Wave
Helen Dunmore
The Winner of the 2017 Costa Book of the Year Award & Category Winner of the Costa Book Awards 2017, Costa Poetry...

Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

Reader Reviewed Anatomy of a Scandal
Sarah Vaughan
January 2018 Book of the Month This brilliantly biting thriller explores the unpleasant underbelly of power in all its forms, from the all-pervasive influence of the privileged elite, to the...

Three Things About Elsie by Joanna Cannon

Reader Reviewed Three Things About Elsie
Joanna Cannon
January 2018 Book of the Month Abundant in moving insights into identity and memory, this charming slice of humanity...

The Ice by Laline Paull

Reader Reviewed The Ice
Laline Paull
January 2018 Book of the Month Her first novel, The Bees, (shortlisted for the Baileys Prize) was an astonishing work of speculative fiction, a stunning novel. This, her second,...

Life of Crime by Kimberley Chambers

Reader Reviewed Life of Crime
Kimberley Chambers
January 2018 Book of the Month A thoroughly entertaining, raw, and fast-paced read, stuffed full of tension and drama. Jason Rampling didn’t have the best start in life, he...

Don't Close Your Eyes by Holly Seddon

Don't Close Your Eyes
Holly Seddon
A convincing, powerful, and dramatic psychological thriller. Twins Robin and Sarah are living separate lives, each face their own difficulties, yet danger beckons and life is about to get a...

Save Me by Mandasue Heller

Save Me
Mandasue Heller
An oh so readable and intriguing physiological thriller. One night Ellie Fisher unexpectedly saves a life, however her good turn turns her world inside out, and places her own life...

The Life to Come by Michelle de Kretser

The Life to Come
Michelle de Kretser
Set across Sydney, Paris and Colombo, this masterful novel explores self-deception and the construction of public personas with scathing brilliance. While the incisively and honestly drawn characters are largely unlikable,...

Fire on All Sides THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER by James Rhodes

Fire on All Sides THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
James Rhodes
Life is messy and imperfect for us all, and when your mind is on fire and you feel like you're trapped in a terrifying blaze with no way out, sometimes...

City Without Stars by Tim Baker

City Without Stars
Tim Baker
In Ciudad Real, Mexico, women are being raped, murdered and mutilated. The police have reported 300 deaths of young maquiladora girls from the factories, yet not found a single clue...

I'll Keep You Safe by Peter May

I'll Keep You Safe
Peter May
Million-selling Peter May marks his return to the Isle of Lewis.

The Exile The Return of Ravana Book 3 by David Hair

The Exile The Return of Ravana Book 3
David Hair
Ravindra is back, and close to his dream of becoming the Demon King Ravana once and for all. Unless Vikram, Amanjit, Dee and Ras can find their own powers, evil...

Shroud of Eternity by Terry Goodkind

Shroud of Eternity
Terry Goodkind
In a spin-off from the Sword of Truth series comes the second book of The Nicci Chronicles, where new alliances are forged and old enemies return.

How to Be Human: The Manual by Ruby Wax

How to Be Human: The Manual
Ruby Wax
It took us 4 billion years to evolve to where we are now. No question, anyone reading this has won the evolutionary Hunger Games by the fact you're on all...

Life Lessons from Remarkable Women Tales of Triumph, Failure and Learning to Love Yourself by Stylist Magazine

Life Lessons from Remarkable Women Tales of Triumph, Failure and Learning to Love Yourself
Stylist Magazine
If you could share one lesson from your life with every woman, what would it be? Stylist magazine has asked that question of remarkable women from the worlds of entertainment,...

The Sober Diaries How one woman stopped drinking and started living by Clare Pooley

The Sober Diaries How one woman stopped drinking and started living
Clare Pooley
A bravely honest and brilliantly comic account of how one mother gave up drinking and started living. Think Bridget Jones Dries Out! Like many women, Clare Pooley found the juggle...

For the Winner by Emily Hauser

For the Winner
Emily Hauser
Some three thousand years ago, in a time before history, the warriors of Greece journeyed to the ends of the earth in the greatest expedition the world had ever seen....

The Doomsday Machine Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner by Daniel Ellsberg

The Doomsday Machine Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner
Daniel Ellsberg
Shortlisted for the 2018 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Non-Fiction From the legendary whistle-blower who revealed the Pentagon Papers, the first insider expose of the awful dangers of America's...

By the Light of the Moon by Dean Koontz

By the Light of the Moon
Dean Koontz
A powerful action thriller that deftly combines drama, humour and spellbinding characters in a furiously paced plot that will leave you wanting more.

Dis Mem Ber by Joyce Carol Oates

Dis Mem Ber
Joyce Carol Oates
Seven feverishly unsettling works, confronting the dangers that surround us and the dangers that lurk within.

Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi

Frankenstein in Baghdad
Ahmed Saadawi
A prize-winning horror novel from war-torn Iraq. An extraordinary achievement, Frankenstein in Baghdad captures with white-knuckle horror and black humour the surreal reality of a city at war.

Peach by Emma Glass

Peach
Emma Glass
In this dazzling debut, Emma Glass articulates the unspeakable with breath-taking clarity and verve. Intensely physical, with rhythmic, visceral prose, Peach marks the arrival of a visionary new voice.

Essex Poison by Ian Sansom

Essex Poison
Ian Sansom
Swanton Morley is an honorary guest at the Colchester Oyster Festival. But when the mayor dies suddenly at the civic reception suspicion falls on his fellow councillors. Is it a...

Faking Friends by Jane Fallon

Faking Friends
Jane Fallon
A provocative, hilarious new book about the glory and toxicity of female friendship from Sunday Times bestselling author Jane Fallon.

Mr Maybe by Jane Green

Mr Maybe
Jane Green
Number one best-seller Jane Green - author of The Other Woman and Spellbound - explores the hectic life of a single girl with a difficult choice to make in her...

Still Me by Jojo Moyes

Still Me
Jojo Moyes
Lou Clark knows too many things . . .She knows how many miles lie between her new home in New York and her new boyfriend Sam in London. She knows...

One Kind Man by Anna Jacobs

One Kind Man
Anna Jacobs
The second book in beloved and bestselling Anna Jacobs' new Lancashire-based saga.

Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen by Douglas Adams, James Goss

Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen
Douglas Adams, James Goss
From Earth to Gallifrey, from Bethselamin to Devalin, from Krikkit to Mareeve II to the far edge of infinity, the Doctor and Romana are tugged into a pan-galactic conga with...

Iron Gold by Pierce Brown

Iron Gold
Pierce Brown
In a brand new tale of revolution and betrayal among the stars, Pierce Brown catapults the adventure that began in his #1 New York Times Bestselling Red Rising Trilogy to...

Shatter the Darkness by Ingrid Seymour

Shatter the Darkness
Ingrid Seymour
The electrifying conclusion to the Ignite the Shadows series.

The Burning Ground by Adam O'Riordan

The Burning Ground
Adam O'Riordan
Written with an outsider's keen eye, this collection of stories paints an intimate portrait of diverse lives, in a work of remarkable beauty and poignancy. In these eight stories, an...

The Doll Funeral by Kate Hamer

The Doll Funeral
Kate Hamer
They're not my real parents, but they tell me what to do, and what to say. But there are things I won't say. I won't tell them I'm going to...

The Reservoir Tapes by Jon McGregor

The Reservoir Tapes
Jon McGregor
As broadcast on BBC radio 4: the fifteen `prequel' stories to Reservoir 13. . First broadcast as a series of specially-commissioned stories on BBC Radio 4, The Reservoir Tapes returns...

Battle for Rome by Ian Ross

Reader Reviewed Battle for Rome
Ian Ross
The third installment in the brilliant Twilight of Empire series sees Constantine battle to regain control of Rome from the tyrant Maxentius.

The Mask of Command by Ian Ross

Reader Reviewed The Mask of Command
Ian Ross
Six years after the battle for Rome, the truce between the two emperors has failed and Aurelius Castus is again in the frontline.

Swords Around the Throne by Ian Ross

Reader Reviewed Swords Around the Throne
Ian Ross
The second novel in this gripping series, set at the end of the Roman Empire, sees a treasonous conspiracy threatening to bring down the Emperor Constantine.

Hydra by Matt Wesolowski

Hydra
Matt Wesolowski
A wonderfully distinctive, intense, and piercing read. In 2014 a young woman Arla Macleod kills her family, later, as investigative journalist Scott King begins to unravel the story with podcasts...

The 4 Pillar Plan by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

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