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Dragon Lady

Deeply evocative of time and place, The Dragon Lady subtly blends fact and fiction to paint the portrait of an extraordinary woman in an era of great social and cultural change.

Remarkably Bright Creatures

Van Pelt, Shelby
For fans of A Man Called Ove, a charming and compulsively readable exploration of friendship and hope, tracing a widow's unlikely connection with a giant Pacific octopus.

Everybody Needs Beauty : In Search of the Nature Cure

Walton, Samantha
A call to us all to find a place within the simplicity and complexity of nature Lara Maiklem, bestselling author of Mudlarking Essential reading for our trammelled, troubled times David Farrier Everybody is talking about the healing properties of nature. Hospitals are being retrofitted with gardens, and forests reimagined as wellbeing centres. On the Shetland Islands, it is possible to walk into a doctor s surgery with anxiety or depression, and walk out with a prescription for nature.


Watson, Tom
'Taut, unsettling and so completely charged with both tension and emotion, I found myself captivated by Metronome ... Its vivid characters and the bleak, brutal beauty of the world they inhabit will haunt my dreams for a long time now, in the absolute best of ways' Naomi Ishiguro

The Hunt and the Kill : A Casey Benedict Investigation

Watt, Holly
A patient at a London hospital. A renowned specialist in antibiotic development. A British-based billionaire. And a fight for survival not just for one patient, but for the world

To the Lions (Inhuman Interest )

'Astonishing. It made me question the value we put on human life and consider what it means to be human. Utterly unforgettable' Emma Flint, author of Little Deaths 'Completely riveting. A breath-holding rollercoaster of a read, which opens doors and windows into the way the world is that are genuinely shocking' Manda Scott, author of A Treachery of Spies A journalist must follow the clues, no matter how far that takes her.

Dead Line

Author of To The Lions, winner of the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger A Bangladeshi camp. A British ambassador. A Harley Street doctor. Investigative journalist Casey Benedict is used to working on stories that will take her from the bottom to the top of society - stories with a huge human cost. And her latest case is no different.


People disappear when they most want to be seen. Jess Walker, middle child of a middle class family, has perfected the art of vanishing in plain sight. But when she arrives at a concrete university campus under flat, grey, East Anglian skies, her world flares with colour. Drawn into a tightly-knit group of rule breakers - led by their maverick teacher, Lorna Clay - Jess begins to experiment with a new version of herself. But the dynamic between the friends begins to darken as they share secrets, lovers and finally a tragedy. Soon Jess is thrown up against the question she fears most: what is the true cost of an extraordinary life?

A Saint From Texas

White, Edmund
From legendary writer Edmund White, a bold and sweeping new novel that traces the extraordinary fates of twin sisters, one destined for Parisian nobility and the other for Catholic sainthood.

A Previous Life

White, Edmund
Delightful, irreverent, and experimental, A Previous Life proves once more why White is considered a master of American literature.

Today A Woman Went Mad In The Supermarket : Stories

Wolitzer, Hilma
Another day! And then another and another and another. It seemed as if it would all go on forever in that exquisitely boring and beautiful way. But of course it wouldn't; everyone knows that. In this collection, Hilma Wolitzer invites us inside the private world of domestic bliss, seen mostly through the lens of Paulie and Howard s gloriously ordinary marriage.