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Envy by Judy Corbett
Judy Corbett
A great page turner as you wonder what evil plan Diane will hatch next in trying to go one better than her friend Isabel. Isabel is completely oblivious to Dianeâs plans which makes the story all the more compelling as...
Body Surfing by Anita Shreve
Body Surfing
Anita Shreve
Another beautifully written book from this author, set against a New Hampshire seaside backdrop which she seems to love and indeed you want to be curled up on a veranda looking out to sea when reading this tale of a...
The Life of Riley by Joanna Nadin
The Life of Riley
Joanna Nadin
The deepest desires and greatest fantasies of a teenager are hilariously recorded in this no-holds-barred diary. Can the author find the boy of her dreams? Her search will make parents and teenagers laugh out loud.
Journey to the End of the World by Henning Mankell
Journey to the End of the World
Henning Mankell
A deeply moving story of a 15 year oldsâ first encounter with his mother since she had abandoned him as a baby. Joel has left school and longs to begin a new life as a sailor. But first he and...
Ruby Red by Linzi Glass
Ruby Red
Linzi Glass
A touching love story set against the turbulence and danger of a world divided by apartheid. Brought up to stand against everything that divides the society in which she lives, Ruby finds herself unexpected falling in love with someone with...
Loss of Innocence by Ron Clem, Carren Clem
Loss of Innocence
Ron Clem, Carren Clem
Father and daughter tell of the consequences of her drug addiction to ‘meth’ and the effects it had on this ‘normal, middle class’ family. This is definitely one to show how this problem can effect anyone and the speed with...
Seaweed and Eat It by Xa Milne, Fiona Houston
Seaweed and Eat It
Xa Milne, Fiona Houston
If you are looking for a way to eat organically the this is a good little guide for getting you out in the country and foraging for your own food. There is guide to help you identify various foods so...
Blood in the Water by Gillian Galbraith
Blood in the Water
Gillian Galbraith
An Edinburgh-based police-procedural debut crime novel featuring Alice Rice with the second one coming into hardback at the same time (Where the Shadow Falls). This is very special indeed. It starts quite ordinarily but as the body count mounts so...
How Life Imitates Chess by Garry Kasparov
How Life Imitates Chess
Garry Kasparov
Appeared on “Hay-on-Sky” 1 June. Using lessons he has learnt from his career as the world's most sucessful and well known chess players Kasparov shows the reader how to be more sucessful in life.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Louise Rennison
Little Women
Louisa May Alcott, Louise Rennison
July 2010 Good Housekeeping selection. On My Bookshelf by Lynda La Plante... Little Women by Louisa May Alcott inspired me when I was very young. Years later I watched the film starring Katherine Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor, and...
Black Beauty by Anna Sewell
Black Beauty
Anna Sewell
One of Clare Balding's favourite books. What a ride. No child can fail to laugh and cry in equal measure as they jump on for the ride of a lifetime with Black Beauty. His unbreakable spirit, strong will and...
The Spa Decameron by Fay Weldon
The Spa Decameron
Fay Weldon
Appeared on “Hay-on-Sky” 24 May. Once one of our most respected authors but her work has tailed off over the last few years. Well now she is back on form with a group of high-powered women discussing their lives while...
Imperial Life in the Emerald City Inside Baghdad's Green Zone by Rajiv Chandrasekaran
Imperial Life in the Emerald City Inside Baghdad's Green Zone
Rajiv Chandrasekaran
Winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2007. From inside a surreal bubble of pure Americana known as the Green Zone, the US-led Coalition Provisional Authority attempted to rule Iraq following the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime. This work...
Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith
Child 44
Tom Rob Smith
March 2008 Debut of the Month. Winner of the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger 2008. Shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2008.Costa Book Awards 2008 Judges' comment: "This...
I am Rembrandt's Daughter by Lynn Cullen
I am Rembrandt's Daughter
Lynn Cullen
Sadness and love permeate this deeply touching coming of age story based around the life of Rembrandt, the great Dutch painter. Caring for her difficult father at the end of his life, Cornelia pieces together the story of her own...
Bomber Boys by Patrick Bishop
Bomber Boys
Patrick Bishop
This book gets very much to the heart of the young men who flew the bomber planes in World War II. It is a great account of the events of the time but also the emotions, fears, stresses and strains...
Confessions: A Private Novel by Kate Brian
Confessions: A Private Novel
Kate Brian
Secrets and mysteries must be uncovered in this gripping thriller set in an exclusive boarding school. New girl Reed Brennan thinks all her dreams have come true when she first arrives at Easton Academy; she hangs out with the smart...
The Hunt for Atlantis by Andy Mcdermott
The Hunt for Atlantis
Andy Mcdermott
It has been done before and I am sure it will be done again. This one has a female archaeologist with an ex-SAS bodyguard chasing round the world pursued by some pretty nasty baddies. It’s pure Indiana Jones stuff, great...
Fault Lines by Nancy Huston
Fault Lines
Nancy Huston
Shortlisted for the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction 2008. An interesting method of telling a story by going back through each generation, with a six year old from each era narrating the story. It gives the reader insight...
God Is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens
God Is Not Great
Christopher Hitchens
Appeared on “Hay-on-Sky” 24 May. Christopher Hitchins has some pretty strong views against religion. As far as he is concerned this man-made phenomena has been responsible for wars, sexual repression and has profoundly damaged humanity! Read an extract and decide...
The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga
The White Tiger
Aravind Adiga
Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2008 Aravind Adiga's winning debut novel The White Tiger is described as a ‘compelling, angry and darkly humorous' novel about a man's journey from Indian village life to entrepreneurial success. It was described...
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
Treasure Island
Robert Louis Stevenson
A 2013 World Book Night selection. One of Dan Snow's favourite books. Marcus Sedgwick, July 2010 Guest Editor, says:"I continually list this book in my top five, because it's my belief that most people haven't actually...
Dark Dividing by Sarah Rayne
Dark Dividing
Sarah Rayne
Undulating back and forth over 80 years, this haunting, dark tale of mystery and deception, centring on lost twins, is mesmerising. Sinister, full of twists and the unexpected, I rate it as highly as her first horrific tale of madness,...
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens
The twists (excuse the pun) and turns of Oliver's life make this a totally engrossing read. The book includes some of the most memorable characters from literature, grotesque and fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable. January 2010 Guest Editor Diana...
The Death Pictures by Simon Hall
The Death Pictures
Simon Hall
A pacey thriller with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. An artist has been murdered and a rapist is on the loose and journalist Dan Groves has the inside track on both news stories, however he soon...
After River by Donna Milner
After River
Donna Milner
A beautifully written book about a naïve young girl, Natalie, who believes her family to be the envy of their neighbours. However when a stranger enters the family’s midst his influence on her will shatter the family causing a separation...
Storm Over Burracombe by Lilian Harry
Storm Over Burracombe
Lilian Harry
Set in the sleepy Devon village of Burracombe the villagers get involved in the new drama club set up by the new enthusiastic curate. Well thought out characters and the beautiful Devon backdrop make this a welcome addition to the...
Exit Music by Ian Rankin
Exit Music
Ian Rankin
Shortlisted for the Crime Thriller of the Year Award at the Galaxy British Book Awards 2008.All the way through this book the overwhelming feeling is the pathos of Rebusâ lonely life and with only ten days to retirement,...
Venus Envy by Louise Bagshawe
Venus Envy
Louise Bagshawe
Flirty, razor sharp wit blended with lots of passion and inter-flatmate rivalry make a delicious cocktail of a read. Ugly duckling Alex decides to not let herself be the bottom of the heap and beat her three flatmates in the...
The Diplomat's Wife by Pam Jenoff
The Diplomat's Wife
Pam Jenoff
We made Pam Jenoffâs book Kommandantâs Girl debut of the month last March and it was a great success, with this follow up she does not disappoint. Set again in the perils of the Second World War this is a...
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