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Erica Jong's latest novel is both a contemplation on death and aging, and a fantasy for late-middle aged women.

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Taking her readers on a journey that spans a century Kate Morton’s latest novel, The Lake House, weaves an epic mystery that connects the past and the present. 

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According to Yes is the latest release from bestselling author and critically acclaimed comedian Dawn French. This is a novel about what happens when you start to say yes after a lifetime of saying no.  

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In her latest book, High Tide, Veronica Henry returns to the charming south coastal setting of Pennflett, a quintessential Cornish town that served as the setting for Henry’s 2012 novel The Long Weekend, for a comforting and enjoyable read that eases you into autumn.

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This is a domestic drama suspended between One Day and the film Life As We Know It. It is a story about real people cutting a path through life as best they can. 

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Jojo Moyes’ brilliant Me Before You left a seismic gap in many readers’ lives when they finished the final page.

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This novel is a thoroughly modern tale, peppered with brand names and popular culture.  Gregoire Delacourt makes many references to the life and films of Scarlett Johansson, who tried to stop this book being translated or filmed.

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Tasmina Perry's eleventh novel has romance, mystery, sex and glamour stirred together to create a cocktail of escapist fun – well written but not too taxing a read.

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Despite having two children, Letty’s mothering leaves a lot to be desired. But she’s never had to take responsibility as her own mother, Maria Elena, has been on hand from day one to step in.

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The author of over 20 books, Marcia Willett’s latest offering, Summer on the River, is a consummate demonstration of a seasoned and natural storyteller in which the reader can simply sit back and enjoy. 

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After 5 years of marriage teacher Hannah has decided to leave her workaholic husband Tom. Normally the only time he speaks is to criticise, and after a drunken one night stand, Hannah realises she has no choice but to move out.

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