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The truth about her by Annie Taylor

The truth about her

Annie Taylor

When Callie rents a beach cottage in Whitstable, she doesn't expect for its owner to be glamorous influencer Vanessa Lowe. Vanessa has it all. A beautiful home, a loyal husband, three perfect children, and a growing number of adoring online fans.Callie has...

Gleam by Raven Kennedy


Raven Kennedy

'I don't choose him. Not anymore. I'm choosing me.' I was told that being confined was to keep the bad out.... Until I realised it was about keeping me in. Midas made me forbidden and weak. Little did he know that I would find my wings and voice? Which sings...

Glow by Raven Kennedy


Raven Kennedy

'It scares me - what I did that night. Because I don't know my own power.... But that's been the problem all along, hasn't it?' My life has been shaped and controlled by the greed of others, but that ends now. I have burned down the court of King Midas and...

For the first time, again by Sylvain Neuvel

For the first time, again

Sylvain Neuvel

When you don't know The Rules it's hard to stay safe. After a traumatic incident, Aster finds that her blood work comes back with some unusual readings. Unsurprising, as she's the last of an alien race called the Kibsu. But Aster doesn't know this....

One of us is back by Karen M. author. McManus

One of us is back

Karen M. author. McManus

From international bestseller, Karen McManus, comes the explosive third and final thrilling instalment in the acclaimed One of Us... series. Ever since Simon died in detention, life hasn't been easy for the Bayview Crew. First the Bayview Four had to prove...

Doctor Who by George Mann

Doctor Who

George Mann

Join the Twelfth Doctor, as played on TV by Peter Capaldi, as he meets friends and enemies new and old on these journeys in time and space. In the interlinked Winter quartet ('The Gods of Winter', 'The House of Winter', 'The Sins of Winter' and 'The Memory of...

The Elizabeth Gaskell collection by Elizabeth Gaskell

The Elizabeth Gaskell collection

Elizabeth Gaskell

Elizabeth Gaskell was one of Victorian England's pre-eminent female novelists. Admired by Charles Dickens, who described her as his 'dear Scheherazade', she mingled storytelling and social realism to superb effect in her highly acclaimed fiction.This...

The party party by Moray Hunter

The party party

Moray Hunter

1993, and the party of the loony right and centre sweeps to power, changing the face of politics forever and drastically disrupting the very normal, very predictable, very sitcom lives of the actor-residents of Microcosm. When the newly appointed prime...

Talking at night by Claire Daverley

Talking at night

Claire Daverley

Will and Rosie meet as teenagers. They're opposites in every way. She overthinks everything; he is her twin brother's wild and unpredictable friend. But over secret walks home and late-night phone calls, they become closer - destined to be one another's great...

Women & children by Tony Birch

Women & children

Tony Birch

"A powerful, personal novel about women, children and justice, from one of this country's most loved and clear-eyed storytellers. It's 1965 and Joe Cluny is living in a working-class suburb with his mum, Marion, and sister, Ruby, spending his days trying to...

The Siberia job by Josh Haven

The Siberia job

Josh Haven

"After the demise of the Soviet Union, the newly established government privatises its industry by issuing vouchers to all of its citizens, giving them the chance to be shareholders in the country's burgeoning businesses. For those living in abject poverty,...

Though the bodies fall by Noel O'Regan

Though the bodies fall

Noel O'Regan

"Micheal Burns lives alone in his family's bungalow at the end of Kerry Head in Ireland. It is a picturesque place, but the cliffs have a darker side to them: for generations they have been a suicide black spot. Micheal's mother saw the saving of these lost...

The wall between us by Dan Smith

The wall between us

Dan Smith

"Berlin, 1961. Anja and Monika are best friends - they even share a cat called Otto. When a huge barbed wire fence is built between their apartment blocks, everything changes; their city and family are divided by the Berlin Wall. In the West, Anja is sure it...

What have we done by Alex Finlay

What have we done

Alex Finlay

"A thriller about trauma, perseverance, and family. A group of friends who all grew up in the same abusive foster home will have to revisit the nightmares of their childhood and confront their past: because someone is trying to kill them." -- Publisher.

The wiregrass by Adrian Hyland

The wiregrass

Adrian Hyland

"A murder made to look like an accident. A disgraced cop trying to forget his past. Nash Rankin is a disgraced cop trying to escape his past - his career was destroyed when he chose to take justice into his own hands. Now he's living a quiet life in a small...

The milliner of Bendigo by Darry Fraser

The milliner of Bendigo

Darry Fraser

"Trouble with the law, a missing sister, and a growing attachment to the wrong man - Evie Emerson has a dangerous path ahead of her. From Darry Fraser comes an exciting and twisty historical mystery and adventure." -- Publisher.

Misty mornings at the potting shed by Jenny (Romance fiction writer) Kane

Misty mornings at the potting shed

Jenny (Romance fiction writer) Kane

"As Maddie and Sabi re-open the doors of their family-run garden centre. Business is booming, and it's time to give back to the community that has kept The Potting Shed afloat, by opening the Forget-Me-Not dementia cafe. But, as the doors to the cafe open,...

The Paris Cooking School by Sophie Beaumont

The Paris Cooking School

Sophie Beaumont

"There's nothing quite so beautiful as Paris in the spring; and when you add in the chance to learn the French way of food, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, who can resist? Not Gabi Picabea or Kate Evans who have come from Australia to Sylvie Morel's...

Poor things by Alasdair Gray

Poor things

Alasdair Gray

"Godwin Baxter's scientific ambition to create the perfect companion is realised when he finds the drowned body of the beautiful Bella, who he brings back to life in a Frankenstein-esque feat. But his dream is thwarted by Dr. Archibald McCandless's jealous...

Second act by Danielle Steel

Second act

Danielle Steel

"As the head of a prestigious movie studio for nearly two decades, Andy Westfield has had every professional luxury: a stunning office, a loyal assistant who can all but read his mind, access to a private jet and company cars. Andy always put his career before...

For once in my life by Karly Lane

For once in my life

Karly Lane

"Jenny Hayward cannot believe that she's become a divorced fifty-year-old woman with adult children, a grandmother even! When did that happen? In the last two years, since her husband walked out, Jenny hasn't had the time to be interested in other men until...

Her Majesty's League of Remarkable Young Ladies by Alison D. Stegert

Her Majesty's League of Remarkable Young Ladies

Alison D. Stegert

"At her dull Victorian finishing school, fourteen-year-old Winnie dreams of becoming a top inventor like her father. Then, she's recruited into a league of young women guarding Her Majesty the Queen. Soon, Winnie is not only serving royalty but learning what...

The housetrap by Emma (Children's story writer) Read

The housetrap

Emma (Children's story writer) Read

"Deliah, Sam and Claude follow little sister Amity inside a mysterious mansion. But no sooner have they found her than the floor beneath their feet starts to twist and turn: the house rearranges itself like a giant Rubik's cube. To escape, they must solve the...

Killingly by Katharine Beutner


Katharine Beutner

"Killingly, 1897. The female students of Mount Holyoke - an elite university in a sleepy rural town - are famous for their beauty and charm. Except for plain, quiet Agnes and Bertha, who spend their time reading, writing and wandering the dark woods of...

Light at Lavelle by Paullina Simons

Light at Lavelle

Paullina Simons

"It is 1929. The world is about to change. Finn Evans is a successful Boston banker harboring a secret that threatens to unravel his carefully constructed idyllic life. Isabelle Lazar, a young Ukrainian farm woman, endures unspeakable hardships in her homeland...

The Paris collaborator by A. W. Hammond

The Paris collaborator

A. W. Hammond

"August, 1944. In German-occupied Paris, former schoolteacher Auguste Duchene has stumbled upon an unusual way to survive: he finds missing people. When he's approached by members of the French Resistance to locate a missing priest - and a cache of stolen...

The body in Nightingale Park by Nick Louth

The body in Nightingale Park

Nick Louth

"With a baby on the way, a pregnant wife to take care of and a new home to settle into, DCI Craig Gillard seems to have found a life of domestic bliss. But when retired police sergeant Ken Stapleford is found stabbed to death in front of his own TV while...

The Borgia portrait by David Hewson

The Borgia portrait

David Hewson

"When Arnold Clover is recruited by Lizzie Hawker to help her look into her family inheritance, he cannot begin to guess the journey he is about to embark on. Lizzie's mother, an Italian countess, disappeared thirty years ago, presumed dead. Her father, a...

Central Park West by James B. Comey

Central Park West

James B. Comey

"Federal prosecutor Nora Carleton has spent years building a case against a powerful New York mobster. She finally has a star witness: an insider whose testimony will lock the defendant away for good. But the courtroom can be an unpredictable place. While the...

Finding wonder by Lauren St John

Finding wonder

Lauren St John

"When Roo Thorn's beloved dad passes away, she doesn't expect to inherit much. Their unconventional life wasn't a wealthy one. But then she finds a winning lottery ticket in his coat pocket. Suddenly, Roo can have anything she wants - except her dad. And then...

The Berlin traitor by A. W. Hammond

The Berlin traitor

A. W. Hammond

"Auguste Duchene finds himself in post-war Berlin, involved in the hunt for a Nazi war criminal and relying on his wits to survive the beginnings of the Cold War. July, 1945. The war in Europe is finally over. But Auguste Duchene, who survived occupied Paris...

The pilot's girl by Fenella-Jane Miller

The pilot's girl

Fenella-Jane Miller

As war rages, Barbara Sinclair is desperate to escape her unhappy home life. And with the threat of German bombs ever present, Barbara reluctantly agrees to marry John, her childhood friend, who is leaving to join the RAF. But an encounter with Alex Everton, a...

Wedding for the pilot's girl by Fenella-Jane Miller

Wedding for the pilot's girl

Fenella-Jane Miller

Will her secret destroy her chance at happiness? The phony war is over and Hitler is beginning his rampage through Europe. But back home Barbara Sinclair has troubles of her own. With her wedding to Spitfire Pilot Alex Everton imminent, Barbara is worried...

The safe house by Lynda Stacey

The safe house

Lynda Stacey

No place left to run... After the shocking events of last Christmas, Jess Croft is determined this festive season will be the one to remember, for all the right reasons. But when a stranger turns up on her doorstep claiming to be her estranged father, Jess is...

The code breaker's secret by Catherine Law

The code breaker's secret

Catherine Law

Kent, 1939 Eliza is to be married to Nicholas, her companion since she was a child. But when the pair are involved in a car crash, Eliza is rescued by a stranger, Lewis Harper, whose stunning green eyes she will never forget. As the war begins, Eliza's world...

The French girl by Catherine Law

The French girl

Catherine Law

London, the Blitz. Cousins Nell and Sylvie grow up quickly during the early days of rationing, blackouts, and the arrival of RAF planes in the skies. But even as the war rages on around them, the competition and jealousy between the two battles on. When the...

The bad boy by Gillian Godden

The bad boy

Gillian Godden

The Lambrianus are back, and they are badder than ever.Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, Adam Lambrianu understands only too well the fearsome family legacy he's inherited. He only wants to make his family proud, but as a renowned playboy and bad boy he...

The Tywi Estuary killings by John (Fiction writer) author. Nicholl

The Tywi Estuary killings

John (Fiction writer) author. Nicho...

DI Gravel is supposed to be on mandatory leave, but when a severed head washes up on the estuary beach his holiday is cut short. Back on the job, he's shocked when the case leads him to the victim from an old case. Seventeen years ago, the system failed...

Time to take a chance by Debbie Howells

Time to take a chance

Debbie Howells

There's an inner strength buried somewhere inside of you, Lizzie. When you find it, it will change your life forever. I wish with all my heart that I was going to be here to see it, but of course here lies the irony: it's only when I've gone that you'll...

Sarah's choice by Rosie Clarke

Sarah's choice

Rosie Clarke

Hampshire, 1913. Amidst the glitz and glamour of England's High Society, Sarah Trenwith is more of a wallflower living in the shadow of her beautiful sister Marianne. But as the war approaches Sarah will have to step out of the place society and her family...

The village bake off by Judy Leigh

The village bake off

Judy Leigh

Now in his seventies, Robert Parkin is stunned to find himself the unlikely sex symbol of the village gardening club. Living in happy solitude with his cat Isaac Mewton in the Devon village of Millbrook, entertained by his mischievous chickens and goats,...

Happily-ever-after at the Dog and Duck by Jill Steeples

Happily-ever-after at the Dog and Duck

Jill Steeples

Life in Little Leyton is never quiet, and when handsome developer Max and his bride-to-be Ellie receive some sad news, he decides to whisk her away for a romantic break. The time away gives Ellie a new perspective, and she's eager to get home to get on with...

How not to murder your ex by Katie Marsh

How not to murder your ex

Katie Marsh

It is 5:30 am on Clio's forty-fifth birthday and her hated ex is lying dead on her doorstep. Even worse, this is no accident. Someone's killed him... When single mum Clio's ex Gary turns up dead on the doorstep of her caravan - the one she's been forced to...

The vanishing point by Andrea Hotere

The vanishing point

Andrea Hotere

"A dazzling and spellbinding debut about a mysterious painting, the secrets it keeps, and the two women connected across centuries by a quest to discover the truth. London, 1991: Alex Johns, an art intern at the Courtauld, believes a hidden secret lies within...

Death of a lesser god by Vaseem Khan

Death of a lesser god

Vaseem Khan

Bombay, 1950. James Whitby, sentenced to death for the murder of prominent lawyer and former Quit India activist Fareed Mazumdar, is less than two weeks from a date with the gallows. In a last-ditch attempt to save his son, Whitby's father forces a new...

Unmarked graves by Neil (Communications officer) author. Broadfoot

Unmarked graves

Neil (Communications officer) author....

In 1983, Professor Robert Balfour was found floating in Airthrey Loch, his death deemed a tragic accident. But there were darker rumours. The death of a politics professor allegedly linked to the armed wing of the Scottish Liberation Army was always going to...

Blood debt by Tom Wood

Blood debt

Tom Wood

To make amends for past mistakes, the enigmatic assassin known only as Victor is now in servitude to the world's most dangerous criminal enterprise, the Russian Mafia. Although a hired gun without loyalties, Victor never picks a fight he cannot win so he...

A marriage of fortune by Anne O'Brien

A marriage of fortune

Anne O'Brien

England, 1469. Margaret Paston knows that a favourable match for one of her unruly daughters is the only way to survive the loss of their recently acquired Caister Castle. But as the War of the Roses rages on, dangerous enemies threaten even her best-laid...

The last line by Stephen Ronson

The last line

Stephen Ronson

May, 1940. With Nazi forces sweeping across France, invasion seems imminent. The English Channel has never felt so narrow. In rural Sussex, war veteran John Cook has been tasked with preparing the resistance effort, should the worst happen. But even as the...

Christmas wishes at the Lakeside Cottage by Erin Green

Christmas wishes at the Lakeside Cottage

Erin Green

The Carmichaels are gearing up to make this festive season the Christmas of all Christmases, as this blended family gathers at the Lakeside Cottage for a Boxing Day wedding... Lowry can't help but think her mum's whirlwind marriage is more than a little rash....

The undying of Obedience Wellrest by Nicholas Bowling

The undying of Obedience Wellrest

Nicholas Bowling

To the horror of young gravedigger Ned, body-snatchers have been visiting his churchyard in the dead of night. Until now, he'd been daydreaming about another visitor - Obedience Wellrest, daughter of the manor. Meanwhile, 16-year-old Obedience has troubles of...

Scareground by Angela Kecojevic


Angela Kecojevic

12-year-old Nancy Crumpet lives above a bakery and her life is a delightful mix of flour, salt and love. Yet her mind is brimming with questions nobody can answer. Why did her birth parents disappear? Why can she speak with the sky? And why must she keep her...

The Immortal Games by Annaliese Avery

The Immortal Games

Annaliese Avery

Every lunar eclipse signifies the beginning of the Immortal Games: an epic contest played by the Gods of Olympus, with selected humans as their tokens. The stakes are high: while the Gods covet entertainment and glory, for the tokens, it's about survival....

Lulu's big surprise by Catherine Jacob

Lulu's big surprise

Catherine Jacob

Jaya and her friends are desperate for a puppy of their own. They've even created the Puppy Club to find out all they need to know. When the time comes they'll be the perfect owners! So when Jaya's aunt, who runs the Underdogs rescue centre, tells Jaya that...

Death by the sea by Vera (Crime fiction writer) author. Morris

Death by the sea

Vera (Crime fiction writer) author....

Thorpeness, 1973. Wrongly exiled from London, Judge Neville Hanmer sought solace and a quiet life on the Suffolk coast. But then a face from the past unexpectedly resurfaces and he turns to The Anglian Detective Agency for help. Laurel, Frank, and the rest of...

Murdering the messenger by Michael Jecks

Murdering the messenger

Michael Jecks

March 1557. Jack Blackjack is back in London and enjoying a sedentary life. After his treacherous voyage back to his beloved city the previous year, he desires nothing more than women, wine, beer and more women. But his new parish of St Helen's has different...

Strictly Christmas spirit by Helen (Novelist) author. Buckley

Strictly Christmas spirit

Helen (Novelist) author. Buckley

Ex-dancer Emily Williams turned her back on popular dancing show Strictly Dancing with Celebs to help those in need. Now the only dancing she does is teaching lonely pensioners to waltz. She's certainly not star-struck when Hollywood heart-throb Blake Harris...

Sweet mercies by Anne (Children's fiction writer) author. Booth

Sweet mercies

Anne (Children's fiction writer) author....

The cheerful Mother Superior of St Philomena's convent is friend to many in the town of Fairbridge and the irrepressible caller at the weekly Parish Bingo. There is nothing she can't sort out with a kind word, a cup of tea and a slice of her amazing chocolate...

Child of the ruins by Kate Furnivall

Child of the ruins

Kate Furnivall

Berlin, 1948. World War II has ended and there is supposed to be peace, but Russian troops have closed all access to the city. Roads, railway lines and waterways are blocked and two million people are trapped, relying on airlifts of food, water and medicine to...

Loyalty by Martina Cole


Martina Cole

Dara Tailor has had to grow up fast. With a mother addicted to cocaine, Dara must look after her seven younger siblings, until social services split them up for ever. Grace Perry has led a sheltered life. Until her widowed mother is attacked and left for dead...

The party season by S. J. I. (Susan Jennifer Inglis) author. Holliday

The party season

S. J. I. (Susan Jennifer Inglis) author....

The festive season is in full swing - parties, mistletoe and Christmas crackers abound. In a hotel bar, a woman approaches you. Her party dress glitters with sequins. What you don't know is that your life is now in her hands - and now that you've met, there's...

The Covent Garden murder by Mike Hollow

The Covent Garden murder

Mike Hollow

December, 1940. Christmas is coming, but the season of goodwill is overshadowed by the death and destruction of the Blitz. In London's Covent Garden, where the glamour of theatreland rubs shoulders with the bustle of the capital's biggest fruit and vegetable...

Big Ben strikes eleven by David Magarshack

Big Ben strikes eleven

David Magarshack

The discovery of Sir Robert Boniface's body on the floor of his limousine was made quite accidentally on a sultry Friday evening towards the end of June. The industrial and financial tycoon, and former stalwart of the British Cabinet, was shot in the head and...

Murder at Maybridge Castle by Ada Moncrieff

Murder at Maybridge Castle

Ada Moncrieff

It's Christmas 1936 and an eclectic list of guests and staff have gathered for the grand reopening of Maybridge castle, a newly renovated yet still crumbling hotel deep in the Cumbrian countryside. Amongst them are a doctor and his new wife, tarot readers, a...

Murders at the Rookery Grange retreat by Gina Kirkham

Murders at the Rookery Grange retreat

Gina Kirkham

Christmas Eve, 1989. A couple is found slumped in front of their twinkling Christmas tree in an apparent murder-suicide... Today. Librarian Pru Pearce is preparing for her wedding to police detective Andy Barnes. But after one of her Women's Institute friends...

Murder at Holly House by Denzil Meyrick

Murder at Holly House

Denzil Meyrick

It's Christmas 1952. Blizzards come to Elderby, a remote village high on the North York Moors. Is the dead stranger found lodged up the chimney at Holly House a simple thief or something more sinister? Inspector Frank Grasby finds himself heading up the...

Midnight at the Christmas bookshop by Jenny Colgan

Midnight at the Christmas bookshop

Jenny Colgan

Carmen is at a loose end. Her gorgeous bookshop is the filming site of a cheesy Christmas movie, she's been ousted from her sister's house, and the love of her life has just flown thousands of miles away. It's threatening to be a very unjolly Christmas! But...

That festive feeling by Heidi Swain

That festive feeling

Heidi Swain

Holly has the place to herself this Christmas. It's not her place, though - she is house-sitting for friends who live on Nightingale Square. Newly single and finding herself unsure about next steps for her career, she plans to hunker down and make some life...

The Christmas appeal by Janice Hallett

The Christmas appeal

Janice Hallett

It's coming up to Christmas in Lockwood, and the Fairway Players are busy rehearsing their festive pantomime, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, to raise money for the church roof appeal. But despite the season, goodwill is distinctly lacking amongst the amateur...

Never walk away by Nick Triplow

Never walk away

Nick Triplow

A senior civil servant dies in suspicious circumstances. A sensitive file in his possession and evidence of contact with a human rights lawyer lead the authorities to believe he is a whistle-blower. This needs a police officer used to operating in the murky...

Twenty years buried by Michelle Kidd

Twenty years buried

Michelle Kidd

The call comes in the early hours. Human remains have been discovered in a suitcase, dumped on the muddy banks of the River Thames. Detective Jack MacIntosh races to the scene. The suitcase contains a human torso, two arms and two legs. It's the body of a...

The beaver theory by Antti Tuomainen

The beaver theory

Antti Tuomainen

Henri Koskinen, intrepid insurance mathematician and adventure-park entrepreneur, firmly believes in the power of common sense and order. That is until he moves in with painter Laura Helanto and her daughter... As Henri realises he has inadvertently become...

A quiet contagion by Jane Jesmond

A quiet contagion

Jane Jesmond

1957. A catastrophe occurs at the pharmaceutical lab in Coventry where 16-year-old Wilf is working for the summer. A catastrophe that needs to be covered up at all costs. 2017. Phiney is shocked by the death of her grandfather, Wilf, who has jumped from a...

The sewing factory girls by Posy Lovell

The sewing factory girls

Posy Lovell

Clydebank, 1911. Ellen works at the Sewing Machine factory. So does her sister, Bridget, Bridget's fiancé Malcolm, and her new friend Sadie, who has recently come home after the death of her father to help her mum look after her siblings. For Sadie, the...

Hawthorn Close by Anna Jacobs

Hawthorn Close

Anna Jacobs

In the peaceful Wiltshire valley of Essington St Mary, architect Corin Drayton stumbles upon a ghastly new building development that is set to destroy the tranquil atmosphere and Edwardian features of this quiet neighbourhood. He is horrified. For only...

There should've been eight by Nalini Singh

There should've been eight

Nalini Singh

They met when they were teenagers. Now they're adults: time has been kind to some, and unkind to others. None more so than Bea - the one they lost nine long years ago. Seven people have gathered to reminisce at Bea's family's estate, a once-glorious mansion...

Roadhouse mystery by Noelene Jenkinson

Roadhouse mystery

Noelene Jenkinson

Highway roadhouse waitress Holly Duncan's life is on hold - until she can accept her mother's disappearance of five years ago, decide where her future lies, and move on. Loner truck driver Tom Searle's life would sure be looking up, and close to blessed, if...

Christmas wishes for the railway girls by Maisie Thomas

Christmas wishes for the railway girls

Maisie Thomas

Little Max is growing day by day and Joan is adjusting to her new life. But in her heart of hearts, she is desperate to return to work on the railways. Margaret's job in the engine shed is demanding. But when a friend finds herself in crisis, she knows she...

A shop in the High Street by Grace Thompson

A shop in the High Street

Grace Thompson

Edward Jenkins dreams of opening a sports shop in the Welsh town of Pendragon Island. Then his ambitions become a possibility through his and his sister Margaret's inheritance, but Margaret has plans of her own. Can Edward stand up to her for the very first...

The dwelling place by Catherine Cookson

The dwelling place

Catherine Cookson

When Cissie Brody was 15, fever swept the English countryside, killing her parents and leaving her to care for her nine younger siblings. Rejecting the offers of town officials to care for the children in the workhouse, Cissie is determined to keep the family...

Christmas with the engine girls by Daisy Styles

Christmas with the engine girls

Daisy Styles

Hucknall, 1941. Female conscription looms and three women arrive at the Bell Works Factory to work on the Spitfire production line. Lily soon realises her real dream is to pilot the planes; Edna longs to be reunited with her evacuee daughter, but soon...

Christmas at the wartime bookshop by Lesley Eames

Christmas at the wartime bookshop

Lesley Eames

Naomi is fighting to free herself from Alexander Harrington, who married her for her money and kept a secret family behind her back. But with Alexander controlling her finances, how much of her money is left? Can she achieve the independence she craves? Alice...

'Unsuitable for females' by Carrie Dunn

'Unsuitable for females'

Carrie Dunn

"This work tells the story of women's football in England since its 19th-century inception through pen portraits of its trailblazers. Find out about the women who broke barriers and set records - the legends of the game who built the foundations of the stage...

Christmas Eve at Cranberry Cross by Kate (Kate Louise) Forster

Christmas Eve at Cranberry Cross

Kate (Kate Louise) Forster

"No one loves Christmas more than editorial assistant Eve Pilkins. But when her boss hits her with a huge deadline on Christmas Day, it looks like Eve's favourite time of the year might be cancelled. Armed with as much enthusiasm as she can muster, she travels...

Some assembly required by Cory McCarthy

Some assembly required

Cory McCarthy

"Join the boxmates of Liliput in this thrilling conclusion to Cory McCarthy's inclusive B.E.S.T World trilogy as the friends make startling discoveries both about themselves and the near-future world they live in. When the boxmates' final adventure takes them...

The woman in me by Britney Spears

The woman in me

Britney Spears

"In June 2021, the whole world was listening as Britney Spears spoke in open court. The impact of sharing her voice - her truth - was undeniable, and it changed the course of her life and the lives of countless others. The Woman in Me reveals for the first...

Inheritance by Nora Roberts


Nora Roberts

"Inheritance is the first in The Lost Bride Trilogy by #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts--a tale of tragedies, loves found and lost, and a family haunted for generations. 1806: Astrid Poole sits in her bridal clothes, overwhelmed with...

Just once by Karen Kingsbury

Just once

Karen Kingsbury

"In 1941, beautiful Irvel Holland is too focused on her secret to take much notice of the war raging overseas. She’s dating Sam but in love with his younger brother, Hank—her longtime best friend—and Irvel has no idea how to break the news. Then the...

The exchange by John Grisham

The exchange

John Grisham

"Fifteen years after they exposed the crimes of Memphis law firm Bendini, Lambert & Locke, Mitch and Abby McDeere are living in Manhattan, where Mitch is a partner at the largest law firm in the world. When a mentor in Rome asks him for a favor that will take...

Coyote queen by Jessica Vitalis

Coyote queen

Jessica Vitalis

"Twelve-year-old Fud feels trapped. She lives a precarious life in a cramped trailer with her mom and her mom's alcoholic ex-boxer boyfriend, Larry. Fud can see it's only a matter of time until Larry explodes again, even if her mom keeps on making excuses for...

Looking up by Stephan Pastis

Looking up

Stephan Pastis

"Living alone with her mother in a poorer part of town, Saint—a girl drawn to medieval knights, lost causes, and the protection of birthday piñatas—sees the neighborhood she has always known and loved disappearing around her: old homes being torn down and...

Obsession by Stuart Woods


Stuart Woods

"While filming on location in scenic Santa Barbara, California, Peter Barrington and Ben Bacchetti look to expand Centurion Studios's business by making a deal with a young Croatian billionaire. But when the magnate's wife is kidnapped, Teddy Fay is brought in...

Nowhere special by Matt Wallace

Nowhere special

Matt Wallace

"An unexpected friendship develops between Stan and Elpidia as both are learning to stand up to their small town's school bullies. When a powerful gang focuses on Stan, it threatens to pull them apart."--Publisher's description.

Tethered to other stars by Elisa Stone Leahy

Tethered to other stars

Elisa Stone Leahy

"Seventh grader Wendy Toledo knows that black holes and immigration police can both make things disappear without a trace. When her family moves to a new all-American neighborhood, Wendy knows the plan: keep her head down, build a telescope that will win the...

Dirty thirty by Janet Evanovich

Dirty thirty

Janet Evanovich

"Stephanie Plum, Trenton's hardest working, most underappreciated bounty hunter, is offered a freelance assignment that seems simple enough. Local jeweler Martin Rabner wants her to locate his former security guard, Andy Manley (a.k.a. Nutsy), who he is...

The list by Yomi Adegoke

The list

Yomi Adegoke

"Ola Olajide, a celebrated journalist at Womxxxn magazine, is set to marry the love of her life in one month’s time. Young, beautiful, and successful—she and her fiancé Michael are considered the “couple goals” of their social network and seem to have it all....

Tales from a not-so-posh Paris adventure by Rachel Renée Russell

Tales from a not-so-posh Paris adventure

Rachel Renée Russell

"Ooh la la! Nikki Maxwell and her band are on their way to Paris, but they run into some roadblocks on the way … And Nikki’s French skills may not be as reliable as she hoped! Can she get them moving again in time to reach their destination?"--Publisher's...

The beast, the queen, and the lost knight by Alexandria Rogers

The beast, the queen, and the lost knight

Alexandria Rogers

"Best friends Ellie Bettlebump and Caedmon Tuggle are different as the day is long. Caedmon's a human, from a non-magical realm known as Wisconsin. Ellie, on the other hand, is full of magic--illegal magic. What they have in common is far more important,...

A woman of courage by Tania Blanchard

A woman of courage

Tania Blanchard

1890, Northern England. Hannah Todd dreams of a future where women have the right to vote. Fresh from her teaching studies in Durham, the university city, she joins her parents in a rural village, brimming with newly found passion and the groundswell towards...

The stranger in our house by Sarah A. Denzil

The stranger in our house

Sarah A. Denzil

"What would you do if your son became a stranger overnight? Everything has fallen into place for the Aiken family. Tired of the city, Aaron and Meera relocate to the idyllic village of Little Crake along with their two children, Noah and Uma. The new cottage...

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