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Merde Actually by Stephen Clarke
Merde Actually
Stephen Clarke
Paul West, an Englishman abroad in the classic sense, observant, astute and very British even though he attempts to infiltrate the French way of life. This comic semi-autobiographical yarn (it must be) follows on from his wonderful A Year in...
Poppy Shakespeare by Clare Allan
Poppy Shakespeare
Clare Allan
This is a brilliantly tantalizing debut novel, interweaving madness into the stunning story of two women who meet in a mental institution. The two chief characters provide an emotional plotline which is troubling and frightening by turns; one of them...
Something in the Sea by Yves Bonavero
Something in the Sea
Yves Bonavero
Ever wondered whether your partner is being less than honest and is leading another life? What would you do if you then found out? Here, Bonavero, a first time novelist, has written a disturbing yet riveting story that youâll find...
Divided Kingdom by Rupert Thomson
Divided Kingdom
Rupert Thomson
You’ll either love this or hate this! No one can dispute the fact that Thomson’s prose is lyrical and truly mesmerizing but unless you can understand and are prepared to believe a United Kingdom that is split into four countries...
Eating Myself by Candida Crewe
Eating Myself
Candida Crewe
What could be worse for a woman than to be approached by strangers and congratulated on her pregnancy when she is carrying a few extra pounds? In Eating Myself, Candida Crewe examines her obsession with eating in a suprisingly honest...
The Dream House by Rachel Hore
The Dream House
Rachel Hore
Longlisted for the 2007 Romantic Novel of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the end of April 2007. A truly wonderful tale of friendship and love unexpectedly found. Within it is the story of a past unravelled...
One Shot by Lee Child
One Shot
Lee Child
I can not praise this author and his wonderful creation, Jack Reacher, enough. Every book (and there are nine) is top-rate. This starts with the brutal slaying of five ordinary people, a quick arrest and then the arrival of Jack...
The Half Life of Stars by Louise Wener
The Half Life of Stars
Louise Wener
Louise Wener is a talented young novelist who will undoubtedly hit the big time sometime soon. Sheâs created some great characters and smart, unfussy one-liners that will make you laugh out loud, alongside parts thatâll make you want to cry. ...
Ghost Girl by Torey Hayden
Ghost Girl
Torey Hayden
Torey is an educational psychologist and has written about a number of her sad cases. She is an extraordinarily determined lady here revealing the shocking story of a child too traumatised to communicate at all. It is a real tear-jerker.
The Debt by Roberta Kray
The Debt
Roberta Kray
If youâre a fan of Martina Coleâs novels then try this debut novel from the widow of the eponymous East End gangster Reg Kray. I reckon this is an incredibly realistic portrayal of Londonâs underworld, truly frightening too. Martina...
The Good Back Guide by Barrie Savory
The Good Back Guide
Barrie Savory
A little out of the ordinary for Lovereading on the surface but as we all personally spend many hours sitting down reading or working at our computers we knew we would benefit from the book's advice. We also know...
Dead Sky by Tami Hoag
Dead Sky
Tami Hoag
A maze of suspects that include the step-son of a murder victim, a husband with a secret life, and a rogue cop looking for revenge where the justice system failed. Hoagâs brilliantly portrayed detectives and suspects will take you on...
Finders and Keepers by Catrin Collier
Finders and Keepers
Catrin Collier
The fourth in the series set in the Rhondda Valley during the early 20th century. You may have caught some of her Hearts of Gold series dramatised by the BBC. Sheâs lovely. Similar this month: Lyn Andrews. Comparison: Catherine Cookson,...
Romanitas by Sophia McDougall
Sophia McDougall
The first in a breathtaking trilogy set around the Roman Empire but as if it was today, in the 21st century. Imaginatively and well written providing a fresh eye on historical fact. My only slight quibble – a little too...
Here is Where we Meet by John Berger
Here is Where we Meet
John Berger
This wonderfully creative Booker Prize winning novelist has produced a rich and powerful collection of linked yet seemingly disparate stories set around one man and his encounters on his travels with the spirit of his mother who died many years...
The Stormcaller by Tom Lloyd
The Stormcaller
Tom Lloyd
A terrific debut from a young british talent. Stormcaller is a big, gritty, epic fantasy very much in the mould of David Gemmell, James Barclay and Raymond Feist. If any of these authors are your fantasy fix...
The Duchess of Nothing by Heather McGowan
The Duchess of Nothing
Heather McGowan
Both powerfully and beautifully written, McGowan is an author who has been compared to Virginia Woolf and Dylan Thomas. The relationship between the heroine in the story and the precocious child is told with a vivid intensity. Any woman with...
Fire Sale by Sara Paretsky
Fire Sale
Sara Paretsky
Sara Paretsky has created one of the most compelling yet complex characters in detective fiction. Private Investigator V. I. Warshawski is beginning to wonder whether a trip down memory lane – Chicago - was such a good idea after all,...
My Friend Leonard by James Frey
My Friend Leonard
James Frey
Whether the story told here of an incredible friendship borne out from the most unlikely of circumstances is true or not, as the media would have you believe it’s not, this is an extraordinary piece of writing. You’ll hit every...
Running for the Hills by Horatio Clare
Running for the Hills
Horatio Clare
Idyllic and harrowing by turns this is the account of a childâs upbringing in the hills of Wales as well as a reconstruction of his parents relationship whose decision it was to upsticks from London to the country. This extraordinary...
Blue Shoes and Happiness by Alexander McCall Smith
Blue Shoes and Happiness
Alexander McCall Smith
Fans of the The Ladies' No. 1 Detective Agency will revel in the tricky new challenges the traditionally built Mma Ramotswe faces with her unique combination of common sense and kindness. Those who are yet to discover McCall Smith's witty...
The Two Minute Rule by Robert Crais
The Two Minute Rule
Robert Crais
Robert Crais is one of the very best of todayâs crime writers and The Two Minute Rule will grip and intrigue those familiar with him and provide the perfect opportunity for new readers to discover the author who sets the standard...
A Quiet Vendetta by R. J. Ellory
A Quiet Vendetta
R. J. Ellory
Book number three and now we have real depth of character, a man who literally lives and breaths and jumps off the page. He is a Mafia hit-man and this is his story over four decades, again steeped in history,...
Goodnight Nobody by Jennifer Weiner
Goodnight Nobody
Jennifer Weiner
Suburban murder in perfect (desperate?) housewife territory where our untypical mum and her chum solve the crime. Thatâs the centre but this is much more a story of friendship, relationship, dissatisfaction and family life. A tale of modern manners hung...
The Tent by Margaret Atwood
The Tent
Margaret Atwood
A new collection of dazzling short fiction from Booker winning author Margaret Atwood. These super-short little 'fictional essays' are as fantastically well-written as you would expect from a literary giant such as Atwood. Each one is like a poem in...
The Good Life by Jay Mcinerney
The Good Life
Jay Mcinerney
9/11 was an event that changed all of us and so much has been written about it. So you might think a novel set around the events of the day 5 years on would feel out of touch – but...
The Darling by Russell Banks
The Darling
Russell Banks
A powerful novel centring on the unrest and eventual Civil War in Liberia. It concerns a left-wing extremist who gets caught up in a life too big for her to handle. It is one of those hard-hitting books that stays...
The Last Templar by Raymond Khoury
The Last Templar
Raymond Khoury
One for The Da Vinci Code fans, a terrific Templars adventure stretching from the Crusades to modern New York and the Vatican. The historical detail is superb yet it doesnât slow the plot which races along at a hell...
The Mapmaker's Opera by Bea Gonzalez
The Mapmaker's Opera
Bea Gonzalez
An absolutely enchanting book which you cannot fail but be drawn into. A beautiful book written, unusually, in the style and structure of an opera. Exotic, mysterious and incredibly well-written.
The Righteous Men by Sam Bourne
The Righteous Men
Sam Bourne
This is a real high-concept thriller in the making and Iâm told the pseudonym of a journalist writing for the Guardian. Extremism, dead bodies, coded and cryptic messages, kidnap and perhaps even a religious conspiracy provide for a brilliantly plotted...
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