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Head of State
Andrew Marr
Review by Sinead Fitzgibbon
Andrew Marr, according to the publisher’s blurb, "has long wanted to write a political satire". One can understand why.

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Fatherland
Nina Bunjevac
Review by Rebecca Watts
The story begins in Toronto, 2012.
Fives and Twenty-Fives
Michael Pitre
Review by Janie Philips
It is Spring 2011 and for three young men, Doctor Pleasant, Lieutenant Donavon and interpreter Dodge, their minds keep jumping back to 2006, the bloodiest stretch of the Iraq war.
Five Days Left
Julie Lawson Timmer
Review by Jade Craddock
Julie Lawson Timmer has written a stunning debut novel that will resonate with, and affect, readers long after they’ve finished reading it. 
 
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The English Girl
Margaret Leroy
Review by Sally Hughes
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.
The English Girl
Margaret Leroy
Review by Sally Hughes
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.
I Can't Begin to Tell You
Elizabeth Buchan
Review by Sally Hughes
During the Second World War Denmark - a flat country with a small population and a border with Germany - had little to no chance of resisting Nazi invasion.
The First Horseman
D.K. Wilson
Review by Sally Hughes
This is the first in a new series from acclaimed historian and historical novelist D.K. Wilson which takes real, unsolved crimes of the Tudor period and uses them as the basis for fiction.

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Paulo Coelho
Review by Jade Craddock
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Linda Newbery
Review by Katie Clapham
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Debbie Taylor
Review by Tracy Eynon
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