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Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories by China Mieville
Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories
China Mieville
Ranging from portraits of childhood to chilling ghost stories, from dystopian visions to poignant evocations of uncanny love, with beautiful prose and melancholy wit, this breath-taking collection poses searching questions of what it is to be human in an unquiet...
Runaway by Peter May
Peter May
Once started you will find this almost impossible to put down. Jumping between 1965 and 2015 it beautifully illustrates the differences in the periods; fascinating. Back in 1965 a bunch of lads from Glasgow formed a band and took themselves...
The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford
The Pocket Wife
Susan Crawford
The Pocket Wife is a domestic psychological thriller that makes the reader question everything, and it will stay with you - as all good thrillers do - long after you have finished it. Dana wakes up from a drunken sleep...
Another Day by David Levithan
Another Day
David Levithan
A is neither male nor female but wakes up each day in a different teenage body. Readers first met A in Levithan’s bestselling novel Every Day, which was told from A’s perspective. In this companion novel, a girl called Rhiannon...
Killing Pretty by Richard Kadrey
Killing Pretty
Richard Kadrey
A Maxim Jakubowski selected title. Already the seventh volume in the blood and guts-strewn Sandman Slim series and Kadrey's imagination is still not running on empty as his high octane tales of...
The Anatomist's Dream by Clio Gray
The Anatomist's Dream
Clio Gray
Longlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction 2016. Philbert is born with a 'taupe', a disfiguring inflammation of the skull. Abandoned and with only a pet pig for company, he eventually finds refuge in a traveling carnival before embarking...
Last Sardana by Ray Harwood
Last Sardana
Ray Harwood
Poignant, touching and expressive, ‘Last Sardana’ is a family drama set in Spain when modern tourism was in its infancy. This is book one in a series and the story highlights Maria and Pedro, mother and son who suffer a...
The New Woman by Charity Norman
The New Woman
Charity Norman
So completely, effortlessly and joyfully readable, this is a beautifully compassionate story highlighting the essence of humanity in us all. The introduction snares and intrigues your attention, which is then held captive until the very last page. The lives of...
The Square by Rosie Millard
The Square
Rosie Millard
Full of controversy, gossip, affairs and drama, this book is a fantastic summer read. The Square is a contemporary, comic satire, set in the bourgeois heartland of London, featuring a community of great privilege where the only escape route is...
So Nude, So Dead by Ed McBain
So Nude, So Dead
Ed McBain
A Maxim Jakubowski selected title. The latest rediscovery in the enterprising Hard Case series that resurrects forgotten pulp classics, often by big name authors, or new titles in the tradition by contemporary...
Crash & Burn by Lisa Gardner
Crash & Burn
Lisa Gardner
A psychological thriller with a very clever plot line. You, the reader, will formulate many different scenarios and theories which will ‘crash and burn’ one by one as a new detail is revealed by Nicky’s returning memory. She, poor girl,...
A Modern Way to Cook by Anna Jones
A Modern Way to Cook
Anna Jones
From the author of the brilliantly successful A Modern Way to Eat, a new collection of delicious, healthy, inspiring vegetarian recipes - that are so quick to make they're achievable on any night of the week.
An Evil Mind by Chris Carter
An Evil Mind
Chris Carter
The sixth in a series to feature Robert Hunter but all can easily be read as stand-alone thrillers. This one poses that eternal question, nature or nurture? Are you born evil or can you become evil? The FBI pick...
The Hunt by Tim Lebbon
The Hunt
Tim Lebbon
Compelling and addictive really don’t do The Hunt by Tim Lebbon justice and while the subject matter of the book, humans hunting other humans for sport, is pretty distasteful I challenge anyone to not romp through the book desperate to...
A Proper Family Adventure by Chrissie Manby
A Proper Family Adventure
Chrissie Manby
A two week luxury cruise … thumbs up to that. The problem is that it is with your family and last time that happened there was nearly blood on the sun loungers! A Proper Family Adventure by Chrissie Manby is...
Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult
Leaving Time
Jodi Picoult
To tell you much about this might give away the surprise and shocking ending, suffice to say it is written from the point of view of a daughter, Jenna, desperate to find the truth about the disappearance of her mother...
Half a War by Joe Abercrombie
Half a War
Joe Abercrombie
Shortlisted for the Best Fantasy Novel at the British Fantasy Awards 2016. With a harsh simplicity, ’Half a War’, the last in the ‘Shattered Sea’ trilogy, offers plenty of mystery and mayhem. While each successive book focuses on new...
A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams
A Hundred Summers
Beatriz Williams
The New York Times bestselling novel. Rhode Island, 1938. A sweltering summer of secrets, passion and betrayal...
The Missing Husband by Amanda Brooke
The Missing Husband
Amanda Brooke
Would Jo's husband David really walk out on her – leaving no message – no trace of his whereabouts. She's pregnant and although their relationship had rocked when she told him, they loved each other – so how could he...
Ordinary Joe by Jon Teckman
Ordinary Joe
Jon Teckman
July 2015 Debut of the Month. Shades of Notting Hill – Joe snares the interest of famous film star Olivia Finch - is he...
What Remains by Tim Weaver
What Remains
Tim Weaver
Colm Healy used to be one of the Met's best detectives. Until, haunted by the unsolved murders of a mother and her twin daughters, his life was left in ruins. His failure to find an elusive killer - or even...
The Virgin Way How to Listen, Learn, Laugh and Lead by Sir Richard Branson
The Virgin Way How to Listen, Learn, Laugh and Lead
Sir Richard Branson
There’s no single magic formula on offer but Richard Branson can share a lifetime’s learning, setting down what he’s learned and what he’s observed in those who have inspired him. Whatever rung you’ve reached on the management ladder there’s plenty...
How to be English by David Boyle
How to be English
David Boyle
English culture is confused, muddled and often borrowed. The purpose of this book is to give the reader a complete grounding in the idiosyncrasies of the English and to pin down the absurdities and warmth of Englishness at its best....
The Bones of You by Debbie Howells
The Bones of You
Debbie Howells
A Maxim Jakubowski selected title. It's not the first time a book is partly narrated by a dead person observing the chaos his or her own murder has created amongst the living,...
Crash & Burn by Lisa Gardner
Crash & Burn
Lisa Gardner
A psychological thriller with a very clever plot line. You, the reader, will formulate many different scenarios and theories which will ‘crash and burn’ one by one as a new detail is revealed by Nicky’s returning memory. She, poor girl,...
Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb
Fool's Assassin
Robin Hobb
We first met Fitz as a boy in Assassin’s Apprentice and he has come a long way since. This is the tenth book to feature him. I would advise that you start at the beginning to get the full story,...
The Girl Next Door by Ruth Rendell
The Girl Next Door
Ruth Rendell
A dark, sad, slightly depressing tale of old age. We start in the late thirties when the crime was committed (so this is no whodunit) and then leap to the present where a group of children, who used to play...
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy Or the Letter That Was Never Sent to Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy Or the Letter That Was Never Sent to Harold Fry
Rachel Joyce
While Harold Fry was walking up through England with his media circus (The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Henry Fry), Queenie preparing to die, was hanging on for him. This is what she did while she waited in her Catholic hospice. ...
Thirst by Kerry Hudson
Kerry Hudson
A love story with a strong will-they-won’t-they element as Dave catches Alena shoplifting, fancies/pities her and takes her in. Two lonely people who are obviously good for each other but Alena has a past that catches her up and she...
Prayer for the Dead by James Oswald
Prayer for the Dead
James Oswald
An engagingly dramatic crime novel where a curious whiff of the uncanny lurks in the background, occasionally skulking into view alongside the investigation. You don't need to have read the previous four novels in ‘The Inspector McLean’ series although there...
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