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After the unparalleled success of Graeme Simsion’s debut novel The Rosie Project, his eccentric hero Don Tillman returns in the follow-up, The Rosie Effect.  Married to the world’s most beautiful woman, Rosie Jarman, for ten months and ten days,

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Holly Peterson’s latest novel, The Idea of Him, tackles the issue of women falling in love with the idea of a man rather than the reality - and how far the two can be removed from one another.  Wade Crawford is the epitome of charm and ebullience.

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Becky Brandon is back and she’s trying to conquer Hollywood in Sophie Kinsella’s seventh "Shopaholic" book – Shopaholic to the Stars. With husband Luke’s PR firm landing a major client in the shape of rising Hollywood wannabe Sage Seymour, Becky and daughter Minnie are

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Lock the door and switch off the phone because when you pick up Saving Grace you won’t put it down until it is finished.

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What does Kate Middleton have in common with Nelson Mandela? Or Pope Benedict with Bob Hoskins, for that matter? Or Margaret Thatcher with Shirley Temple? Seamus Heaney with David Beckham? Richard III with Bono?

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Mother-of-two Monica has been waiting for an opportunity to pursue her career so when she gets offered a three-month role as an assistant film producer, it seems as though her prayers are finally answered.

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Life as a single parent can be overwhelming, joyful, maddening and stultifying – and it's this battle of emotions that swirl inside protagonist Eve, who finds herself thrust into a strange new life when her partner suddenly abandons her and their toddler daughter, Addie. 

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What would you do if you could look into the future and see how your romantic relationships would pan out? Would you look or not? What if you saw something you didn’t like…or you did?

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The promise of unexpected romance and lifelong friendship among the searing heat of 18th Century Spain will draw any lover of lively historical fiction to Ildefonso Falcones' dramatic new novel. Part-reality, part-Hollywood swashbuckle, The Barefoot Queen fol

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Stella Whittaker, a quintessential English rose is the English girl of the title. It's 1937 and talented but naïve Stella has gone to Vienna to study piano at the Academy of Music.

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