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The Dead Ground
Claire Mcgowan
Review by Anahita Mody

Forensic psychologist, Paula Maguire returns in Claire McGowan’s spectacular follow up to The Lost.

All the Things You Are
Clemency Burton-Hill
Review by Jade Craddock

Esther Goldfaden is a Holocaust survivor and now lives out her days in New York, a city that has given her a whole new life, with her daughter Rosalind and her husband Frank and her granddaughters,

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A First Book of Nature
Nicola Davies
Review by Johanna Mackin

A First Book of Nature is a stunning collection of earthly observations distilled and repackaged for the inquisitive eyes of children.

The Restless Supermarket
Ivan Vladislavic
Review by Adam Ley-Lange

The Restless Supermarket would probably win first place in a competition for most arresting first line.

Turning the Stones
Debra Daley
Review by Jade Craddock

Turning the Stones by Debra Daley is a richly atmospheric historical novel set in the late eighteenth century full of intrigue, suspense and twists.

Buffalo Soldier
Tanya Landman
Review by Sue Creed

Unexpectedly freed from slavery during the American Civil War, Charley finds herself displaced, wandering and alone, facing the challenges and bewilderment that change brings.

Goose
Dawn O'Porter
Review by Anna James

The second installment of O'Porter's charming but gritty older teen series sees our heroines, Renee and Flo, negotiating sixth form, evolving friendships and relationships, and faith.

The Good Priest
Gillian Galbraith
Review by Janette Currie

After five successful novels featuring DI Alice Rice of Edinburgh’s Lothian and Borders Police, Gillian Galbraith introduces a new series with amateur detective Father Vincent Ross.

Look Who's Back
Timur Vermes
Review by Jo Harding

The first step along the path of saving the Volk leads to the cleaner’s.

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