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They all just want one thing in life - and then they'll be truly happy... From the No. 1 international bestseller Cathy Kelly, a novel of love and longing, wishes and yearning.
Sometimes what you want isn't always what you need When Matt decides to uproot his family and move to Ireland, his wife Hope has no choice but to go with him. But their move is a far cry from the rustic romantic life that he promised...
A great book not just for fans of the Top Gear presenter. This is a very moving story about the terrible effects of brain injuries and also a story of great courage and strength and above all a reflection of the love that Richard and his family share. Interesting in that the first half of the book is written from Richard’s perspective and the second from his wife, Mindy’s, after the accident. A very moving and interesting read.
Voted the 'Best Romantic Novel written in the last 50 Years' by Woman's Weekly in association with the Romantic Novelists' Association. Shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year 2009. A shamelessly romantic tale of a blind girl having her ‘eyes’ opened by music. It is unbelievably good at transmitting the heroine’s ability to cope with her affliction. A brave tale, beautifully told, with many a twist and a feel for the beauty of life, something often appreciated better if tragedy sinks the heart, I loved this book. Comparison: Adèle Geras, Harriet Evans, Anita Shreve.
A woman found fleeing the scene of a car accident claims to be one of the Bethany girls, sisters who went missing 30 years before, and so starts a compelling mystery. Is she really who she claims to be and why will she not now explain what happened all those years ago? The plot moves back and forth between past and present giving different perspectives on what took place until the tragic conclusion is revealed. A gripping mystery until the end.
A beautifully descriptive book with a great deal of insight in to the problems of mixing religion and politics. Sensitively written and very thought provoking this is a great book for a book club to get their teeth in to.
The long awaited autobiography of Bobby Charlton kicks off (excuse the pun) with Volume 1 and his years at Manchester United. This covers the lows with the tragedy of the Munich air disaster in 1958 and the highs with the thrill of winning the 1968 European Cup final. There are plenty of triumphs, losses and anecdotes for Charlton to recall, and the love he has for the club and the game is evident in every page.
This is the first in the Morganville Vampires series and introduces us to Claire Danvers who has just started at college and soon discovers the town she has moved to has some very strange residents indeed. Very much in the vein of Buffy, this is a great new series for fans of vampires, ghost and all things supernatural. If you have read the Twilight series and are looking for something to fill the void then this series is a good place to start. Morganville Vampires series1. Glass Houses2. The Dead Girls' Dance3. Midnight Alley4. Feast of Fools
Derek Strange is back in his third thriller. Many have said Pelecanos really knows his stuff when talking about the streets of Washington D.C and the description he gives and insight definitely hit the mark to show the gangland mentality and violence going on. A good gritty crime novel.
Appeared on “Hay-on-Sky” 26 May. We had the privilege of meeting this impressive man when he was promoting his book to the trade and we were completely captivated. His book is quite something. A strong, outspoken account of life lived through war and conflict. From the Arctic to the jungle, his career spans some 45 years but it is his time in the recent conflicts that really hold one’s attention. Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq … a man at the helm, a man forced to make decisions, a man to be reckoned with … an impressive man. This is history in the making, an autobiography that demands to be read.
Jonathan Coe creates vivid characters that whether you love or hate them you want to read more about them. Set in the 1970’s in the time of IRA bombings, strikes and political upheaval it is a fascinating snapshot of history and social comment as well as an immensely enjoyable read. If you haven’t read Coe before then definitely give this a go. Brilliant! May 2010 Guest Editor John Boyne on Jonathan Coe... A great novelist. Quirky subject matters, surprising characters, eccentric plots. The kind of writer who can leave the reader laughing out loud, a rare gift. The pair of novels The Rotters’ Club and The Closed Circle are modern masterpieces.
Following on from The Rotters Club time has now moved forward to the 1990’s and a new Blair-ite Britain is about to come into being with Benjamin Trotter’s brother an MP in the heart of New Labour. We follow Benjamin’s life through his own thoughts and those involved in his life. Although a little too neatly tied up at the end this is still a great follow up to the previous novel. May 2010 Guest Editor John Boyne on Jonathan Coe... A great novelist. Quirky subject matters, surprising characters, eccentric plots. The kind of writer who can leave the reader laughing out loud, a rare gift. The pair of novels The Rotters’ Club and The Closed Circle are modern masterpieces.
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