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The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
The Ask and the Answer
Patrick Ness
Winner of the Costa Children's Book Award 2009. Costa Book Awards 2009 Judges' comment: "A strikingly original and compelling work." Shortlisted for the prestigious Teenage Book of the Year Award 2009. Prize-winning author Patrick Ness...
Feet of the Chameleon by Ian Hawkey
Feet of the Chameleon
Ian Hawkey
Shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year 2009. A fascinating book that traces the development of footbal in Africa, finding out what makes African football unique and examining how the game fits into the social...
Memoirs of a Radical Lawyer by Michael Mansfield
Memoirs of a Radical Lawyer
Michael Mansfield
Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 29 October 2009. Probably one of the most recognisable British lawyers of our time, Mansfield has been involved in some of the biggest law suits this country has seen. This is...
Ordinary Thunderstorms by William Boyd
Ordinary Thunderstorms
William Boyd
Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 3 December 2009. A gripping thriller that will keep you glued from beginning to end. When Adam Kindred finds himself caught up in a murder and has to lose himself in...
Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain
Evil at Heart
Chelsea Cain
September 2009 Book of the Month. We have championed Chelsea Cain from the start and quite deservedly. In this third instalment of the series, about evil serial killer Gretchen Lowell,...
The Way Things Look To Me by Roopa Farooki
The Way Things Look To Me
Roopa Farooki
Longlisted for the prestigious 2010 Orange Prize. A thoroughly enjoyable family drama about duty and loyalty and finding your own way. Farooki writes with a beautiful style that sweeps you along with the characters, totally absorbing you in...
The Coroner by M. R. Hall
The Coroner
M. R. Hall
Shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger 2009. CWA Judges’ comments: ‘A very strong debut with a highly original female protagonist.’ This is a fantastic book that was deservedly shortlisted for a CWA Gold Dagger. It introduces a highly...
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, Eoin Colfer
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Douglas Adams, Eoin Colfer
Even 30 years on this is still a fresh and funny series of stories, whether you read them or listen to the original BBC radio shows. The anarchic, or ‘random’ to use modern parlance, plot, place settings and characters makes...
The Infinities by John Banville
The Infinities
John Banville
Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 17 December 2009. A family drama with the action taking place over one day. Even within this time frame there are wonderful insights in to relationships and situations. With the odd...
The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent
The Heretic's Daughter
Kathleen Kent
Martha Carrier was hanged on August 19th, 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts, unyielding in her refusal to admit to being a witch. Like her mother, young Sarah Carrier, the author, challenges the small, brutal world in which they live. This novel...
Midnight Bayou by Nora Roberts
Midnight Bayou
Nora Roberts
A wonderful gothic-inspired romance set in New Orleans. Immensely readable as well as keeping me on the edge of my seat as to what was going to happen next. Roberts brings her characters so brilliantly to life that you can’t...
Kell's Legend by Andy Remic
Kell's Legend
Andy Remic
Blood, gore and violent action – don’t expect anything less from this tale of deadly warriors and monsters.
The Perfect Man by Sheila O'Flanagan
The Perfect Man
Sheila O'Flanagan
Set against the background of a Caribbean cruise if you want some pure romantic escapism then here it is. Sheila O’Flanagan writes enjoyable, believable characters who you can’t help rooting for and praying that they get their happy ending. Fun...
Small Island by Andrea Levy
Small Island
Andrea Levy
Shortlisted for the Best of the Orange Best 2010 by the Orange Prize Youth Panel. A novel about racism, prejudice and injustice in the post war years in London as Jamaicans, escaping economic hardship, move to the Mother Country. Told...
Inspector Singh Investigates, Bali Conspiracy Most Foul by Shamini Flint
Inspector Singh Investigates, Bali Conspiracy Most Foul
Shamini Flint
As promised the second instalment in this cosy crime series is set in Bali with Inspector Singh being sent off to help in the investigation of a terrorist bombing. Perfect reading for a comfy night in with a good whodunit.
Babymoon by Melanie La'Brooy
Melanie La'Brooy
Trying to be the perfect first time mum and finding that things don’t always run to plan however organised you might plan to be. Something here any mother can relate to and maybe something everyone wanting to become a mum...
The Last Oracle by James Rollins
The Last Oracle
James Rollins
A mix of science, adventure and mystery that blends ancient secrets with cutting-edge technology as Commander Pierce and the SIGMA Force save the day again – great stuff. Comparison: Dan Brown, Raymond Khoury, Michael Byrnes. ...
Dog on It by Spencer Quinn
Dog on It
Spencer Quinn
September 2009 Debut of the Month. A fresh and amusing approach to crime writing for the action is seen through the eyes of the private investigator’s dog. With a kidnapping...
Friends Like Us by Caitlin Davies
Friends Like Us
Caitlin Davies
Five narratives that follow different lives come together as childhood friends, despite their secrets, find they do need each other. We end up in contemporary London where their lives are sorted out. The author wrote an extraordinary book about her...
The Girl on the Landing by Paul Torday
The Girl on the Landing
Paul Torday
September 2009 Book of the Month. A ghost story … well, maybe a psychological thriller … but then again … it’s a tale of love rediscovered and it’s very clever. In fact...
The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science by Richard Holmes
The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science
Richard Holmes
Winner of the 2009 Royal Society Prize for Science Books. Richard Holmes describes his book as a relay race, set on the cusp of the 1800’s with discovery following after discovery, our own planet, the sky above us and the universe...
The Sacred Blood by Michael Byrnes
The Sacred Blood
Michael Byrnes
This follows on directly from The Sacred Bones which saw the ossuary containing the bones of Christ secretly taken to Rome for examination. Now we move onto the analysis and the American scientist, Charlotte Hennessey, injecting herself with the...
The Bradshaw Variations by Rachel Cusk
The Bradshaw Variations
Rachel Cusk
September 2009 Book of the Month. A family drama where the characters spend their time analysing themselves and their roles in the family. Funny and sad this novel will have...
Summertime by J.M. Coetzee
J.M. Coetzee
Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2009. The third part in the author’s trilogy of fictionalised memoir. The book stands on its own too and it is an interesting concept for the author to write about himself...
A Life Like Other People's by Alan Bennett
A Life Like Other People's
Alan Bennett
First published in Untold Stories, Alan Bennett’s previous collection of autobiographical pieces is now available in this handsome small format edition. Sparingly told, it’s the story of his parents and larger family, looking back to their meeting and marriage...
A Woman of Substance - 30th Anniversary Edition by Barbara Taylor Bradford
A Woman of Substance - 30th Anniversary Edition
Barbara Taylor Bradford
Shortlisted for the Woman’s Weekly best romantic novel written in the last 50 years. January 2010 Good Housekeeping selection. On My Bookshelf by Wendy Holden... My third choice, A Woman Of Substance by Barbara Taylor Bradford (HarperCollins), is,...
The Complaints by Ian Rankin
The Complaints
Ian Rankin
Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 5 November 2009. Rankin has moved on to a new protagonist in the form of Malcolm Fox and has set him up in a department which bodes well for what we...
Who's Afraid of Jane Austen? How to Really Talk About Books You Haven't Read by Henry Hitchings
Who's Afraid of Jane Austen? How to Really Talk About Books You Haven't Read
Henry Hitchings
December 2009 Good Housekeeping selection. Did you know that one of Proust’s sentences runs to 958 words? Actually, have you in fact ever read Proust? Or do you just have some vague recollection about the taste of madeleines?...
The Bride's Farewell by Meg Rosoff
The Bride's Farewell
Meg Rosoff
Featured on The Book Show on Sky Arts on 12 November 2009. Meg Rosoff has written another superb book for young adults, although this will be equally enjoyed by the more mature adults out there too! Pell leaves home determined...
John the Revelator by Peter Murphy
John the Revelator
Peter Murphy
Shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2009. Costa Book Awards 2009 Judges' comment: "An original and sensitive exploration of adolescence - elegantly and beautifully written."
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