USA Today Bestseller ‘A great debut… it had me reaching for the tissues more than once!’ Jo-Ann Mapson, author of Finding Casey Sometimes hope has a way of changing everything… Just hours after giving birth, Eli Bell is forced to give up her newborn baby daughter for adoption. Devastated, she
Loved Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things? Keep on reading…‘A book to really love … makes reading a joy’ Stylist ‘Will soften even the hardest of hearts’ Red ‘Subtle and poignant’ Good HousekeepingMasha’s life has stopped. Once a spirited, independent woman with a rebellious streak, her life has been
In the award-winning Elizabeth is Missing debut novelist Emma Healey explored grandmother Maud’s attempt to solve an 70-year-old mystery as she succumbed to dementia. Now, in her dazzling follow-up Whistle in the Dark, we meet Jen, mother to 15-year-old Lana – who has just been found after going missing for
THE FUNNIEST BOOK YOU’LL READ THIS YEAR – ALREADY THE NO. 1 IRISH BESTSELLER . . . ‘There aren’t enough words for how much I love it’ Marian Keyes Twenty-something Aisling – that’s pronounced Ashling – is the sensible sort. She wears kitten heels for the sake of her arches.
Chosen as a Book of the Year in The Times Literary Supplement, the Evening Standard, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, The Times‘A brilliant novel of deception, love and trust to join his supreme cannon’ Evening Standard‘Vintage le Carré. Immensely clever, breathtaking. Really, not since The Spy Who Came in from
Winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize and Pen Faulkner prize. Made into an Oscar-winning film, ‘The Hours’ is a daring and deeply affecting novel inspired by the life and work of Virginia Woolf. Exiled in Richmond in the 1920s, taken from her beloved Bloomsbury and watched by her husband Leonard,
It is July 1962. Edward and Florence, young innocents married that morning, arrive at a hotel on the Dorset coast. At dinner in their rooms they struggle to suppress their private fears of the wedding night to come and, unbeknownst to them both, the events of the evening will haunt
Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling author Robert Dugoni’s coming-of-age story is, according to Booklist, “a novel that, if it doesn’t cross entirely over into John Irving territory, certainly nestles in close to the border.” Sam Hill always saw the world through different eyes. Born with red pupils,