Apple Tree Yard
by Louise Doughty
A successful woman with a good career and a loving family embarks upon a risky relationship which spirals into disaster.
Light Shining in the Forest
by Paul Torday
A stunning crime novel which combines a wry, cynical and humorous jibe at the establishment while also proving bleak, disturbing and moving.
Mrs Sinclair's Suitcase
by Louise Walters
A tale of a family mystery, romance, letters and books.
The Goldfinch
by Donna Tartt
A stunning and compelling account of loss, identity and invention.
The Pure Gold Baby
by Margaret Drabble
A thoughtful and thought-provoking novel about love, sacrifice, contentment and acceptance.
A Question of Identity
by Susan Hill
A gripping crime novel, more a whydunnit than a whodunnit, featuring detective Simon Serrailler, by the prolific and wide-ranging writer Susan Hill.
Where'd you go Bernadette?
by Maria Semple
An Englishwoman in New York
by Anne-Marie Casey
The privileged lives of four dissatisfied women who meet and become friends at the school gates.
The Long Shadow
by Mark Mills
Things seem to have taken a turn for the better for divorcee screenwriter, Ben, but is his old schoolfriend to be trusted? A gripping summer read.
The Second Life of Amy Archer
by RS Pateman
A disturbing but gripping psychological thriller about a child's disappearance, and her return 10 years later, still a little girl.

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