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The Wars of the Roses have been generally overlooked in this country, constantly overshadowed by the Tudors.

The Liar's Daughter
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Review by Lisa Redmond

A new novel from Laurie Graham is always a reason to celebrate.

Where Women Are Kings
Christie Watson
Review by Penny Batchelor

Christie Watson's second novel tugs on the heartstrings as it explores the emotive topics of child abuse, infertility and the tight bonds that form between parent and child.

Three Graves Full
Jamie Mason

“There is very little peace for a man with a body buried in his backyard.”

Swimming in the Moon
Pamela Schoenewaldt
Review by Sally Hughes

In Pamela Schoenewaldt's Swimming in the Moon, Lucia Esposito and her mother Teresa are servants in a palatial Villa near Naples – until Teresa’s volatile temper forces them to leave, esca

The Abominable
Dan Simmons
Review by Sally Hughes

Take incredibly high snow-covered peaks and daring climbers pitting themselves against the elements; add in spies, a conspiracy or two and things that go bump in the night – and you have an adrenal

Mad About the Boy
Bridget Jones
Review by Stacey Bartlett

Bridget Jones is back, with Helen Fielding’s third installment of Bridget’s diary, Mad About the Boy.

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