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Matthew Quick’s third adult novel, Love May Fail, is an unorthodox yet life-affirming tale that backs up his success to date. 

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Lily Wilder: wilder by name, wilder by nature. She's the living, breathing proof that the women's sexual revolution is alive and kicking. Which is all well and good except for the fact that she's supposed to be getting married in a week.

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Louise Lee’s debut novel features as a protagonist Florence Love, a 30-something private investigator whose personal life has as many unanswered questions as her clients’. Love specialises in the honeytrap, catching out unfaithful men on video for their embittered, suspicious spouses.

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Turning Point is a delightful novel: layered and complex in its nuances and convincing in its characterisation. It is the story of two people from far-flung countries who connect for just a moment at a specific time and their lives are rearranged.

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This is the story of two women who, for different reasons, feel a connection to Morocco. Nell is grieving for her mother who died suddenly in strange circumstances and Amy is a photographer who is determined to remain aloof and independent.

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In her two previous offerings, Pear-Shaped and Leftovers, Stella Newman announced herself as the go-to girl for fun, romantic contemporary women’s fiction with a helping of foodie delights, and in The Dish she does it again. 

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Isabel Ashdown’s fourth novel Flight is a brilliantly told and intriguingly posed narrative about friendship, relationships and family life. 

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Originally published in 2008, John Green’s Paper Towns has been reissued ahead of its big-screen release in July.

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The Long Hot Summer is a beach read packed with accessible characters, a twisty plot and the beautiful world of Ireland as it captures a moment in the life of one family.

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Christy and Joe Davenport cannot believe their luck when they buy a bargain house on Lime Park Road. Never mind the fact that they'll be living on baked beans for years in order to afford the mortgage; at last they feel they've arrived.

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