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Since the 2012 blockbuster that was Me Before You, author Jojo Moyes has enjoyed the intense expectation and speculation worthy of her up and coming family drama; The One Plus One.

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Anita Shreve's intense psychological drama The Lives of Stella Bain is replete with questions of identity, memory and the discovery of beauty in unlikely places.

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Massimo is just nine when his mother dies. His heartbroken father tries to protect his son, but Massimo soon finds there are no substitutes for his mother, and although they bond through their love of football, Massimo and his father soon drift apart.

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When Jen sees her father-in-law in close, heated discussion with a far younger woman she can't help but jump to conclusions. But could Charles, the perfect husband, father and grandfather possibly be cheating on his wife?

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The Ruby Slippers by Keir Alexander is a charming set of stories interwoven and linked by the most unlikely of things: the titular pair of ruby slippers. 

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In That Part Was True, Jackson Cooper and Eve Petworth develop a friendship following Eve’s initial letter to Jackson praising a scene in one of his novels.

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This is the third novel by Canadian-born writer Mary Lawson. It tells of 25-year-old Tom Cartwright, his sister Megan and their father Edward, and the rest of their large family in Struan, a small town in northern Canada.

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In A Hundred Pieces of Me, Gina Bellamy doesn’t expect to find herself moving to a new flat to start life alone in her thirties, but after discovering her husband, Stuart, has been having an affair, that’s exactly the position she finds herself in.

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After dying unexpectedly at the age of 36, leaving behind her husband, Max, and seven-year-old daughter, Ellie, Rachel Myerson finds herself alone in an unknown place, watching various moments in the lives of her family and friends in the aftermath of her passing.

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In recent years Adele Parks has risen to the top of contemporary women’s fiction, a fact exemplified by her last novel – the superb The State We’re In.

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