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I Let You Go
Clare Mackintosh
Review by Lisa Redmond
I Let you Go is the powerful debut novel from Clare Mackintosh, a former police officer turned freelance writer.
 
The story is told from multiple viewpoints aft
Funny Girl
Nick Hornby
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
A typically insightful, charming and witty story from Nick Hornby.
 
Barbara Parker is Miss Blackpool 1964 but when she realises that being a beauty queen means she has t
The Fires of Autumn
Irene Nemirovksy
Review by Jo Harding
Written at about the same time as Suite Francaise, this novel covers the years 1912-1941 and tells the story of middle class Parisian families most of whom don't take part in the First W
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Joe Hill
Review by Clair Stanton
Joe Hill knows how to tell a story: he doesn't waste a word, even the chapter headings are part of the text and he rewards the thorough reader with a hidden extra that leaves the door open for a
Getting Colder
Amanda Coe
Review by Sally Hughes
Getting Colder is an examination of love, grief, loyalty and betrayal which raises as many questions as it answers.
 
In the 1980’s beautiful housewife Sara aban
Agnes Sorel: Mistress of Beauty
HRH Princess Michael of Kent
Review by Camilla Norton
This is HRH Princess Michael of Kent's fifth book and the second in the "Anjou" trilogy. 
 
It is a beautifully composed and moving account of King Charles VII of Fr
The Few
Nadia Dalbuono
Review by Tracy Eynon
When Detective Leone Scamarcio is assigned to the case of a murdered rent boy, he becomes suspicious his boss Garramone is trying to end his career.

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