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Age of Ash

Abraham, Daniel
From New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed author Daniel Abraham, co-author of the Expanse, comes a monumental epic fantasy trilogy that unfolds within the walls of a single great city, over the course of one tumultuous year, where every story matters, and the fate of the city is woven from them all.

The Irishman's Daughter

Alexander, V.S.

Love Marriage

Ali, Monica
Love Marriage is a story about who we are and how we love in today's Britain - with all the complications and contradictions of life, desire, marriage and family. What starts as a captivating social comedy develops into a heart-breaking and gripping story of two cultures, two families and two people trying to understand one another.

Siegfried: Dragon Slayer

Allard-Will, Mark

The Murder Stones: A gripping Polish crime thriller

Allen, Hania
Set in Dundee, Scotland's fourth largest city, this fast-paced crime novel is the latest book featuring Polish detective DI Dania Gorska.

We Know You Remember

Alsterdal, Tove
Where were you the night Lina Stavred went missing?

Son Of Svea: A Tale of the People's Home

Andersson, Lena
From one of Sweden’s most astute cultural critics, a razor-sharp comedy of the progress and ruin of the industrial welfare state, told through the story of a single family.

The Leviathan : The most beguiling and gripping debut novel of 2022

Andrews, Rosie
A beguiling tale of superstition, myth and murder, perfect for fans of The Binding, The Essex Serpent and Once Upon a River. She is awake... Norfolk, 1643

The Betrayed

Arcache Melvin, Reine
A novel about sisterhood, familial duties and love

How to Gut a Fish

Armstrong, Sheila
'Dark, devilishly well written and full of atmosphere, How to Gut a Fish is one of the most original and affecting short story collections I've read in years' Jan Carson, author of The Fire Starters

All's Well

Awad, Mona
From the critically acclaimed author of Bunny, a darkly funny novel about a theater professor suffering chronic pain, who in the process of staging a troubled production of Shakespeare's most maligned play, suddenly and miraculously recovers.

The Secrets of Sainte Madeleine

Bagshawe, Tilly
Deep in the French countryside, inside the walls of a family chateau, a remarkable legacy awaits . . .