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Ani's life passes by to the sound of the trains in Thirroul, her small Australian village. She is Mrs Lachlan, the wife of Mac the railwayman who brought her to the village upon their marriage. With their daughter Isobel and tending to their garden she is a woman defined by her family.

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When Christos Tsiolkas’ dense drama The Slap erupted in 2008, it posed a moral dilemma which gripped millions.

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Crazy Rich Asians is a slick satire on the extravagant lifestyles of the super-rich in China and Singapore.

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Eleven-year-old Fin has already lost his father and his grandparents, so when his mother dies too, leaving him orphaned, he is left in the guardianship of Lady, his 24-year-old half-sister whose presence in Fin’s life can be reduced to a handful of brief encounters.

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Tasmina Perry’s ninth novel, The Proposal, is a beautiful and poignant book set between the formal world of the 1950s debutantes and the modern day.

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Cecelia Ahern is back with her tenth novel, How to Fall in Love, and once again she weaves an utterly compelling and heart-warming tale in her own inspiring style.

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With a plot reminiscent of the 1998 film Sliding Doors, Dani Atkins' novel asks the question: what would heroine Rachel's life be like if one split second tragic accident had happened differently?

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Elizabeth David recipes, rock 'n' roll records – we're well into the 1950s in All Change, this long-awaited latest instalment in the Cazalet Chronicles.

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Sense and Sensibility marks the first production in the Austen Project, where HarperCollins brings together some of the biggest names in the literary world to retell six of Jane Austen's published works.

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