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You Will Feel It in The Price of Bread: A Love Letter to Ukraine

Hudson, Katya
'You Will Feel it in the Price of Bread serves as a diary of memories, a record of turbulence and a prayer of hope for the future. With this book I send a love letter to Ukraine' Katya Hudson. Paints a vivid picture of Ukraine now, and its turbulent recent history, the lived experience of Katya's parents and Babushka Zhana during the Soviet era

The Partisan Heart

Kerr, Gordon
An enthralling story of love and betrayal, set in the darkest days of World War II. Weaving superbly between 1999 and 1944, between Britain and the Italian Alps.

The Codes of Love

Persaud, Hannah
This is a wonderfully compelling novel which looks unflinchingly at the power of sexual attraction and what can happen when people give into their desires. A page-turning portrait of a contemporary marriage where all is not quite as perfect as it seems.

Slow Road to San Francisco: Across the USA from Ocean to Ocean

Reynolds, David
'David Reynolds is the perfect man for the road'. The Observer Bill Bryson's The Lost Continent meets Steinbeck's Travels with Charley. A candid, humorous and perceptive eye on the US as it heads into election year. From Ocean City, Maryland to San Francisco, Reynolds traverses the US and observes Trump's America, and the Americans' way of

A Reckoning

Spalding, Linda
Spring 1855 and Virginian farmer John Dickinson has a dangerous secret that will lead to a tragic decision. Rich in character and incident, this is an extraordinary, epic novel with echoes of The Underground Railroad and BarbaraKingsolver's Prodigal Summer