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.
Tigers in Red Weather
by Liza Klaussman
A beautiful, astonishing, sensual account of long, hot summers on Martha's Vineyard where life is ruptured by betrayal and deception.
The Universe Versus Alex Woods
by Gavin Extence
Flight Behaviour
by Barbara Kingsolver
Butterflies descend on a small community in the Appalachians, changing the lives of everyone there. A story of climate change, poverty, community and relationships.
The Art of Hearing Heartbeats
by Jan-Philipp Sendker
This is a beautiful and moving tale of love and loss, in Burma and New York, in the 1950s and the present day.
Heartbreak Hotel
by Deborah Moggach
When Buffy inherits a run-down B&B in Wales he launches residential divorce courses to help fill beds. An ex-wife thinks the village more desirable than living in Suffolk!

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