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Tides Go Out is about the secrets we hide, even from ourselves, the shifting sands of memory, and the redemptive power of music. Raw and honest, Julian Vignoles’ novel marks him out as a perceptive and heartfelt observer, of both the deep truths of a long relationship, and the ebb and flow of life.
The unforgettable, explosive new thriller from Jo Spain, internationally bestselling author of The Perfect Lie.
From the #1 Irish bestselling author of When All is Said and Listening Still comes a haunting, exquisitely written story of enduring love that asks us - would you ever give up on trying to find your child, if they vanished without a trace?
A family brought together by the person they said goodbye to long ago . . .
Full of hope and heartache, love and truths, Lucy Diamond's new novel is the big-hearted and relatable story of one unforgettable year in the life of the McKenzies.
A deliciously scandalous story about the dark side of suburbia, DIRTY LAUNDRY bristles with lies, desire and the secrets that can make or break a marriage.
From Sunday Times bestselling author Owen King comes a Dickensian fantasy of illusion and charm where cats are revered as religious figures, thieves are noble, scholars are revolutionaries, and conjurers the most wonderful criminals.
A hugely entertaining romp through the beautiful city of Lviv, by the author of Grey Bees, now reporting widely on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, his home country.
American Bombshell is a 1940’s coming of age story of seventeen-year-old Rosie Haskell, a working-class girl who, despite a rocky start in life, begins a journey of self-discovery, love and loss in the bombed north-of-England in the fifth year of world war two.
A husband. A wife. A lover. Each has a secret they'd kill to protect . . .
The triumphant new novel from the Walter Scott Prize-winning author of The Gallows Pole and The Offing
A young woman lies brutally murdered in her own home; Detective Tim Collins and his partner Deirdre Dempsey must stop a sinister plot to attack more women. As they race against time, they face one of Ireland's most dangerous criminals. In a gripping showdown, Collins must decide how far he will go for justice.
Luminous and devastating, a portrait of modern masculinity as shaped by class, by trauma, and by silence, but also by the courage to love and to survive
Brimming with characters you can't help but fall for and off-the-charts chemistry, HAPPY PLACE is Emily Henry doing what she does best!
Finding your way is never a simple journey...Empathetic and highly sensitive, Alice reads other people's moods in a heartbeat - she sees both the worst and the best in everyone without them having to say a word.
They'll find you love even if they can't find it for themselves.
You've seen the worldwide #1 Netflix film - now read the latest breathtaking Gray Man thriller
Whether you're already a fan of TWELVE SECRETS or whether you're discovering Robert Gold for the first time, ELEVEN LIARS will have you glued to the pages.
The riveting new novel from the author of The Great Believers, finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award
McCall Smith, Alexander
During WW2 there was a rumour that German spies were landing by parachute in Britain, dressed as nuns...
Killer twists. Heroes to believe in. Trust Baldacci.
Can you ever forget your first love?
Intricate and epic, A Day of Fallen Night sweeps readers back to the world of A Priory of the Orange Tree, showing us a course of events that shaped it for generations to come.
Nothing Special is a whip-smart coming-of-age story about friendship, independence and the construction of art and identity, bringing to life the experience of young women in this iconic and turbulent moment.
Long-buried family secrets fight their way to the surface in this compelling mystery
Dublin. The 1920s. As war tears Ireland apart, two young people are caught up in events that will bring love, tragedy - and the hardest of choices.
With its ingenious clockwork-like plot, and twists aplenty, The Kind Worth Saving is a crime novel to savour from a modern master. TWO'S COMPANY, THREE'S FATAL
The Sunday Times bestselling author of Snow and April in Spain returns with Strafford and Quirkes most troubling case yet.
Michigan, 1985. The drowning of a teenage girl causes ripples in the small town of Kettle Lake, though for most the waters settle quickly. For sixteen year old Joanne Kennedy, however, the tragedy dredges up untold secrets and causes her mother to drift farther from reality and her family.
The new novel from bestselling author Sophie White, My Hot Friend is a sharp, funny and page-turning novel about the highs and lows of friendship.
Maryse Condé, who is the oldest writer ever to be longlisted for the International Booker prize at the age of 86, dictated her nominated novel The Gospel According to the New World to her husband and translator Richard Philcox, as she has a degenerative neurological disorder that makes it difficult to speak and see.