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What Red Was

by Rosie Price
£12.99

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A Single Source

by Peter Hanington
£14.99

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Michael Donkor

by Michael Donkor
£8.99

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Pieces of Her

by Karin Slaughter
£8.99

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A Stranger City

by Linda Grant
£16.99

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The Mister

by E L James
£7.99

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A Thousand Small Sanities: The Moral Adventure of Liberalism

by Adam Gopnik
£14.99

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The Book of Humans: The Story of How We Became Us

by Adam Rutherford
£9.99

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Everything in its Place: First Loves and Last Tales

by Oliver Sacks
£20.00

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The King and the Catholics: The Fight for Rights 1829

by Antonia Fraser
£10.99

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Moneyland: Why Thieves And Crooks Now Rule The World And How To Take It Back

by Oliver Bullough
£9.99

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East of Croydon

by Sue Perkins
£8.99

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Aristotle’s Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life

by Edith Hall
£9.99

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Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain

by Michael Portillo
£9.99

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Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope

by Mark Manson
£18.99

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The Weather Detective: Rediscovering Nature’s Secret Signs

by Peter Wohlleben
£8.99

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Clear Bright Future: A Radical Defence of the Human Being

by Paul Mason
£20.00

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Whiskey Island

by Andrew Jefford
£12.99

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Upheaval: How Nations Cope with Crisis and Change

by Jared Diamond
£25.00

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Map of Another Town

by M.F.K. Fisher
£9.99

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French language titles

Tenir jusqu’à l’aube

by Carole Fives
£18.50

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L’homme qui plantait des arbres

by Jean Giono & Olivier Desvaux
£16

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Père Castor : Histoires de toujours

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£21.50

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Dans le jardin de l’ogre

by Leïla Slimani
£9.55

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Sérotonine

by Michel Houellebecq
£23.50

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Chanson Douce

by Leïla Slimani
£8.90

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Le Journal de Gurty : vacances chez Tête de Fesses

by Bertrand Santini
£12.40

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La fille d’avril

by Annelise Heurtier
£15.50

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La frivolité est une affaire sérieuse

by Frédéric Beigbeder
£21.50

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Staff Picks

Picked by Emma

The Snakes

by Sadie Jones
£14.99

A marvellous book. Exceptionally written with the pace of a thriller. Compelling from start to finish. If you're looking for the sort of book that has you staying up to read into the small hours then look no further.

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Picked by Pauline

Machines Like Me

by Ian McEwan
£18.99

Set in an alternative 1980's London, where Britain has lost the Falklands war, Margaret Thatcher battles Tony Benn for power and Alan Turing is a highly distinguished scientist, our two lovers face a world beyond their understanding. This subversive and entertaining novel asks us to question what makes us human and warns of the power that enables us to invent things that we are unable to control.

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Picked by Pauline

Wilding

by Isabella Tree
£8.99

This is an extraordinary book. Over the past seventeen years the writer's substantial West Sussex Estate, Knepp, has been turned from an almost bankrupt dairy farm into a natural haven. This enthralling account of their work there, in which large numbers of endangered species now freely roam the land, shows how an ecological breakthrough can be made with imagination and persistence. The writing is excellent, but not written for academics, so it is easily accessible to the lay reader - and an amazing read it is!

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Picked by Aude

Feel Free

by Zadie Smith
£9.99

This is Zadie Smith's first collection of essays since "Changing My Mind" in 2009 and it is as brilliant and clever as one would expect. Zadie writes about everything: race, gender, art, love, politics, family, Brexit, Trump and life. She does it smoothly, wisely and with tenderness. Feel free when you read this book, to jump from one essay to another, to agree to disagree or to allow this wonderful mind to change yours. She is my favourite writer and this book made me like her even more.

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Picked by Pauline

Circe

by Madeline Miller
£8.99

The Greek goddess Circe's story comes magically to life in the lyrical writing of Madeline Miller. Vivid characters and wonderful storytelling combine to make this an un-put-downable celebration of indomitable female strength in a man's world.

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Picked by Emma

An American Marriage

by Tayeri Jones
£8.99

Heart-wrenching, beautiful and wise. An American Marriage is a gripping read about family, race, love and modern America. A book that deserves to be devoured in one sitting if you're lucky enough to be able to.

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Picked by Aude

The Diary of a Bookseller

by Shaun Bythell
£8.99

Because Booksellers have feelings too!

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Picked by Justina

The Killing of Butterfly Joe

by Rhidian Brook
£8.99

This book really is a fantastically enjoyable wild-eyed road trip across 1980's America, with characters who will stay with you, and break your heart that they are only fiction!
The world, for me, was a little bit duller when I turned the last page on the charismatic, irritating and beautiful Butterfly Joe. A truly epic read!

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Picked by Pauline

21 Lessons for the 21st Century

by Yuval Noah Harari
£18.99

Yuval Noah Harari is a brilliant original thinker with remarkable insights into the human condition.
You may not agree with everything he says, but he's always worth reading.

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Picked by Emma

Middle England

by Jonathan Coe
£16.99

Jonathan Coe's new novel is a literary reflection of the times we are unfortunately living in. Despite tackling depressing subjects and being full of anger, this book is also very funny and touching. Highly recommended.

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Picked by Aude

Normal People

by Sally Rooney
£14.99

Both cosy and devastating, this book is about love, life and loss. Sally Rooney masters the art of great characters and knows how to capture beautiful but simple moments.

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Picked by Aude

Refuge

by Dina Nayeri
£12.99

Refuge is one of the most poetic books I have read this year. It's an important insight into what it means to leave your country and your roots behind, and it's a beautiful tale of family, adulthood and release.

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Picked by Justina

The Corset

by Laura Purcell
£7.99

A fantastic and easy to fall into Gothic tale, told between a female prisoner and her charitable visitor. The ending is so chilling I got goosebumps! Loved it!

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Picked by Pauline

Bitter Orange

by Claire Fuller
£14.99

Frances Jellico is dying and remembering the summer of 1969, when she was commissioned to survey the follies in the garden of a derelict country house. There, living in the attic, she meets Cara and Peter who are staying in the rooms above hers. As Frances falls under her new friends' spell, the house offers up its own secrets and we begin to enter theirs. Wonderfully atmospheric, a great read right up to the last page and the final denouement.

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Picked by Pauline

To Catch a King

by Charles Spencer
£9.99

This is a thrilling adventure, full of suspense and danger, with a bittersweet ending. Charles Spencer's greatest talent lies in his ability to bring historical records together and weave them into a very human narrative. A terrific book.

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Picked by Justina

Only to Sleep

by Lawrence Osborne
£12.99

Fans of Raymond Chandler will not be disappointed by this modern day Philip Marlowe story. Detecting and nostalgia at its best (the Margarita was sadl not named for Rita Hayworth but for Margarita Henkel, the daughter of the German ambassador in October 1941).

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Picked by Nomad

The Sentence is Death

by Anthony Horowitz
£20

This is the second book featuring disgraced Detective Daniel Hawthorne and it is yet another excellent read!
The murder victim is a celebrity divorce lawyer with many enemies, but which one did the deed? Many layers of mystery have to be revealed before the truth is uncovered. Great stuff!

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Picked by Cindy

Love is Blind

by William Boyd
£18.99

I realised how blindly I’ll follow anything that William Boyd writes as I dove into Love is Blind without paying the proper amount of attention. I had to restart when I realised, halfway through, that I’d got the wrong end of the stick. But persevere (and that’s not at all hard with Boyd) and you’ll be rewarded! And if you pay attention in the beginning you won’t have to re-read like I did, although you may want to anyway!! Download some Liszt to listen to while you read.

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Picked by Aude

The Restless Girls

by Jesse Burton

Such a lovely read for children and adults alike! This retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses has all the modern (and necessary) twists one can hope for; fierce and independent female main characters, beautiful and diverse illustrations, exceptional writing and, of course, a perfect ending!

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Picked by Pauline

A History of the World in 21 Women

by Jenni Murray
£16.99

In A History of the World in 21 Women, Jenni Murray celebrates the lives, struggles and achievements of some of the most extraordinary people to have ever walked the Earth. They ruled empires, they led nations.

They were pioneers in the arts and geniuses of science. They led while others followed, spoke truth to power and fought for change. All left behind an indelible mark.

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Picked by Cindy

Ponti

by Sharlene Teo
£8.99

The three main characters of Ponti are women; two teenagers who are friends by default and the mother of one of them, who is a muse and a curse to them both. But there is a fourth character here, Singapore, so amazingly drawn that I briefly believed I'd been there. It's not portrayed positively, but in such a raw and honesty way that I could feel the heat, smell the air. Teo's depiction of unloved, unpopular, unattractive and ignored teenage girls is universal and disturbing in its clarity.

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Picked by Cindy

Paris Echo

by Sebastian Faulks
£20.00

Characters with nothing in common but their obsession with finding the past in present day Paris, intersect and influence each other. The city of Paris is as much a character in this tale as the people living there. Faulks weaves the strands of the German Occupation, the Algerian conflict, and the necessity of understanding history in the present context into this graceful and contemplative book. This inspired me to re-read several other Faulks novels....talk about echoes!

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Picked by Pauline

The Templars

by Dan Jones
£9.99

If you are interested in history, this is the book for you. Fascinating read, very well put together, once started hard to put down.

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Picked by Aude

Standard Deviation

by Katherine Heiny
£8.99

Meet eccentric Audra, hesitant Graham, wise Matthew, sensible Elspeth and their loved ones, as Katherine Heiny takes you on a journey through their lives, secrets and dysfunctions. Standard Deviation is quite a gem of a read: funny, smart and refreshing.

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Picked by Cindy

I am, I am, I am

by Maggie O’Farrell
£8.99

This book is a bit like a literary defibrillator...each short chapter makes your heart stop but manages to start it again with a light touch, a humourous angle or a wise observation. O'Farrells skill at manipulating the tone of a piece is astounding.

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Picked by Cindy

Kudos

by Rachel Cusk
£8.99

Kudos is the third in a trilogy but can stand alone quite well. Reading it has been more like overhearing conversations than actually reading. Although Cusk is not a silent participant and is sometimes the subject of the conversations, she makes it feel like you're a part of them. The portraits she draws are meticulously crafted without a wasted word. As with the previous books in the series, Outline and Transit, I felt I was being given an honest portrayal of the smallest details in life which are also life's largest questions.

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Picked by Justina

A Gentleman in Moscow

by Amor Towles
£8.99

A charming and rich story. I was more than a little in love with Count Alexander Rostov throughout his tale of house arrest, in the hotel Metropole, while Russia raged...
With bravery, humour, compassion and the friendship of those who worked and passed through the doors of the hotel, the lovely Count finds that life's twists and turns can be more fulfilling than he ever expected. Thoroughly enjoyable!

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Picked by Justina

Entanglement

by Katy Mahood
£8.99

If you know anything about Quantum Mechanics you may second guess this effortless interweaving of the lives of two families, told over three decades. but if not, you will be drawn into their entanglement willingly as their paths cross and the moments that shape their lives continue to link them in unexpected and Quantum Mechanical ways...Thoroughly enjoyed this well written and gentle story.

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Picked by Aude

Once We Were Sisters

by Sheila Kohler
£8.99

A sad but extremely beautiful book relating the childhood of two sisters, and a search for answers that might never come, after the death of one. Supported by impeccable writing, this memoir takes us across the world, becoming as much of a personal recollection of family memories, stories, images, and sensations as a vivid record of what it was to become and adult in the 60s and 70s.

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Picked by Cindy

Lincoln in the Bardo

by George Saunders
£8.99

This is a reading adventure. I was never quite sure what was going on, and at first that was disconcerting. But if you just sit back and enjoy the ride, reading this is like a roller coaster! Particles of fascinating history take off in completely bizarre directions. Narrators change without warning. In the end you really do feel like you're in someone else's head...or maybe several peoples' heads!! Enjoyable IF you can let go, trust this amazing author and follow Saunders' lead!

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Picked by Aude

Cows

by Dawn O’Porter
£8.99

A brilliant adult debut for Dawn O'Porter. The voices of the characters in The Cows are powerful and they all need to be heard (or read!), whether you feel sympathy for them or not. With themes ranging from public shaming and social media to guilt, motherhood and feminism, this novel is definitely an interesting read with a completely unexpected ending.

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Picked by Pauline

Six Minutes in May

by Nicholas Shakespeare
£9.99

How did Churchill become Prime Minister instead of the obvious choice, the Foreign Secretary, Lord Halifax? In this riveting study, Nicholas Shakespeare argues that Churchill's elevation was far from inevitable, so how did he pull it off? This book reminds us that Britain's ultimate deliverance depended upon a highly unlikely, if fortuitous, sequence of events. Quite brilliant!

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Picked by Pauline

Venice: Four Seasons of Home Cooking

by Russell Norman
£26.00

The author of the wonderful Polpo has written another cracker. Seasonal but uncomplicated recipes from Venice will inspire you all year round.

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Picked by Emma

A Manual for Heartache

by Cathy Rentzenbrink
£7.99

This book is a special thing. If you are feeling sad and life seems tough than let this lovely book be a companion through the darkest times. The author is speaking from a place of knowledge and her voice is calming and kind.

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Picked by Aude

Savages

by Sabri Louatah
£12.99

Fed up with the Americans and Trump? Read about the French instead (you know how self-centred we are)! Sabri Louth is a gifted writer and no doubt you will find this 'what if' thriller-like political novel, the first instalment in a quartet, as fascinating and entertaining as the current masquerade at the White House!

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Picked by Pauline

Middle Eastern Food

by Claudia Roden
£25.00

I still own - and use - my very tattered 1968 edition of this book, so I am delighted to be able to replace it with this wonderful updated version. All my old favourites are here, together with many more. The stories, memories and culinary wisdom it contains make this a truly classic cookbook.

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Picked by Cindy

Greatest Hits

by Laura Barnett
£7.99

The author of the bestseller, ‘The Versions of Us’, has come out with a truly original combination of literature and music. Greatest Hits was published simultaneously with an album by singer/songwriter Kathryn Williams. They collaborated on the lyrics and when they do readings and performances, they perform together as Laura is also a musician.

The story of the tragic life of a music legend in the style of Joni Mitchel or Carole King is told in chapters headed by the lyrics of one of each of the songs on the album. I enjoyed this on many levels. It introduced me to the music of Kathryn Williams.

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Picked by Aude

The Nest

by Cynthia d’Aprix Sweeney
£8.99

Reading The Nest feels like welcoming home some estranged members of one's family. You get as easily attached to the Plumbs as you get annoyed with them. You will pity them, loathe them, laugh at (or with) them and love them. The Nest is also a brilliant depiction of contemporary US and the city of New York is as important a character as the rest of this not so very unusual family.

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Picked by Cindy

Reservoir 13

by Jon McGregor
£8.99

Such an unexpected treat! The description on the jacket is so misleading.  It's not a murder mystery or a police procedural as you would expect. This gem of a book is a subtle and sensitive exploration of the rhythms of life, the countryside, the seasons, the complexities of human relationships and the passing of time.  Universal in every way.  Reading this book is like taking a very deep breath and letting it out slowly.

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Picked by Emma

Everything I Know About Love

by Dolly Alderton
£8.99

A wonderful book. Dolly Alderton is wise beyond her years and hilarious with it. This lovely memoir is a joy from beginning to end.

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Picked by Cindy

Lines in the Sand

by A.A. Gill
£9.99

I sank into this collection with the total confidence that I was being looked after. My favourite essay, which I was pleased to see here, is about Life Drawing! Gill sometimes makes me want to throw the book across the room with frustration but that's part of the attraction.

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Picked by Justina

The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir

by Jennifer Ryan
£7.99

This delightful story has everything. A bit of drama, a bit of intrigue, some deception and a smatter of romance, but most of all it has friendship, support and the joy, and surprise, of finding your own voice. Loved it!!

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Picked by Justina

The Music Shop

by Rachel Joyce
£8.99

Rachel Joyce has done it again! A charming 'Sunday afternoon' kind of read. Loved it, (especially the end...)

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Picked by Emma

The Lie of the Land

by Amanda Craig
£8.99

It's great to find a big, meaty novel that you can't put down. This is one of those. It has a cast of characters to empathise with and to dislike and tells a story of modern Britain that is instantly recognisable to us all. Highly recommended.

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Picked by Cindy

Exit West

by Moshin Hamid
£8.99

So glad this is out in paperback so we can introduce a whole new audience! I'd say this is short and sweet, but it is actually short and devastatingly powerful. This book takes you in gently, soothes you with familiar characters and situations and then punches you in the gut. Extremely relevant.

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Picked by Nomad

The Nowhere Man

by Gregg Hurwitz
£7.99

The sequel to Orphan X! Perfect for 'I Am Pilgrim' fans.

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Picked by Emma

The Girl Before

by JP Delaney
£7.99

If you are looking for a book to immerse yourself in and not emerge until you've turned the final page then you have picked up the right one! Perfect for fans of 'Disclaimer' and 'Girl on the Train'.

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Picked by Emma

The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock

by Imogen Hermes Gowar
£8.99

This book was the subject of a 10-way bidding war when it first arrived on the publishing scene and thankfully it lives up to the hype. It takes place in Georgian London amongst the brothels and shady gentlemen's clubs that proliferated at the time. Peopled with an enchantingly drawn array of characters from all sections of society, this novel is pure pleasure from start to finish. A wonderful read!

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Picked by Bill

Ashes of London

by Andrew TAylor
£8.99

Gripping, engrossing and wonderful. An historical thriller set in London at the time of the Great Fire. Superb!

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Picked by Emma

Lullaby

by Leila Slimani
£8.99

A superb literary thriller. What drives a seemingly perfect nanny to murder the children she is paid to care for? An extraordinarily compelling, intense and chilling read.

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Picked by Harriet

How to Stop Time

by Matt Haig
£8.99

I absolutely loved this book It reminded me of how it was to read a book when I was a child, that excitement you get about a real story. I'm going to give this to my daughter to read on our holiday and I know she'll love it, too!

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Picked by Emma

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

by Gail Honeyman
£8.99

Heart-breaking and heart-warming in equal measure. A book that subtly gets under your skin and leaves you caring deeply about the characters and possibly changing the way you look at those around you who might just have more to them than meets the eye...in a good way! A gem. Winner of the Costa First Novel Award 2017

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Picked by Emma

The Adversary

by Emmanuel Carrère
£8.99

This is an extraordinarily compelling read that had me staying up until 2am to finish. It is written wonderfully and retells a bizarre and gruesome true story of murder and deception. Unlike anything I've read before. Highly recommended!

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Picked by Aude

Not Working

by Lisa Owens
£7.99

This book made me laugh out loud on the Tube.  The main character, Claire, is in the middle of a mid-life crisis, but she is only in her late twenties!

Not Working is a funny read, but also quite realistic. We have all asked ourselves, at least once, the existential questions Claire comes across.

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Picked by Justina

The Pictures

by Guy Bolton
£8.99

This is classic and stylish 1940s Hollywood Noir. If you like watching LA Confidential, you'll love reading this. Popcorn not included!

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Picked by Aude

We Should All Be Feminists

by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi
£5.00

We should all.....read this book!

A personal and powerful essay from the author of 'Americanah' and 'Half of a Yellow Sun', based on her 2013 TEDx Talk of the same name.

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Picked by Cindy

Days Without End

by Sebastian Barry
£8.99

This book really blew me away, and obviously did the same to the Costa Book Award judges who awarded it Best Novel. The use of language, the pace, the breadth of the story are all amazing. You have to pause for breath at times. I've been following Sebastian Barry for a while, and most of his characters connect across novels, this one included, but it is totally different from the others. Catch his interview on BBC4 to hear the background of how it was written.

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Picked by Aude

Swing Time

by Zadie Smith
£8.99

A big fan of Zadie Smith's, I literally shouted for joy when I found out she finally had a new book coming out. And I am not disappointed at all. I read this book as you would drink some precious nectar: slowly and enjoying every single sip!

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Picked by Emma

Her Every Fear

by Peter Swanson
£12.99

From the author of The Kind Worth Killing and The Girl With a Clock for a Heart comes another superb page-turner. The compelling plot revolves around the main character swapping her London flat with her wealthy cousin's apartment in Boston to escape from the trauma of a violent incident with her ex-boyfriend. Unfortunately for Kate she unwittingly finds herself at the centre of an even more dangerous scenario. Fantastically creepy!

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Books for Teens

Fugitive Six: Lorien Legacies Reborn

by Pittacus Lore
£8.99

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Five Feet Apart

by Rachael Lippincott
£7.99

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Things a Bright Girl Can Do

by Sally Nicholls
£7.99

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The Agony Of Bun O’Keefe

by Heather Smith
£7.99

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My Brother’s Name is Jessica

by John Boyne
£12.99

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Fierce Fragile Hearts

by Sara Barnard
£7.99

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A Sky Painted Gold

by Laura Wood
£7.99

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Orphan Monster Spy

by Matt Killeen
£7.99

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The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage

by Philip Pullman
£7.99

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Killer T

by Robert Muchamore
£12.99

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Where the World Ends

by Geraldine McCaughrean
£6.99

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Theatrical

by Maggie Harcourt
£7.99

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Books for children ages 10-12

Lily and the Rockets

by Rebecca Stevens
£6.99

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Wildspark

by Vashti Hardy
£6.99

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The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe

by Ally Condie
£7.99

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A Wolf Called Wander

by Rosanne Parry
£6.99

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Spirit

by Sally Christie
£7.99

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The Witch’s Warning

by Joseph Delaney
£6.99

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The Bigfoot Files

by Lindsay Eagar
£6.99

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Galloglass

by Scarlett Thomas
£12.99

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The Middler

by Kirsty Applebaum
£6.99

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Dancing the Charleston

by Jacqueline Wilson
£12.99

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Kat Wolfe Takes the Case

by Lauren St John
£6.99

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The Stars Beneath Our Feet

by David Barclay Moore
£5.99

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Books for children ages 8-10

Royal Rabbits of London: The Great Diamond Chase

by Santa Montefiore, Simon Sebag Montefiore
£6.99

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The Mystery at Stormy Point

by Tracey Corderoy
£6.99

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How to Bake a Sausage Dog

by Kirsten Reinhardt
£6.99

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Fing

by David Walliams
£12.99

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Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild

by Dav Pilkey
£10.99

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The Ice Monster

by David Walliams
£14.99

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Florence and the Mischievous Kitten

by Megan Rix
£5.99

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Hilda and the Great Parade

by Luke Pearson & Stephen Davies
£9.99

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A Stage Full of Shakespeare Stories

by Angela McAllister & Alice Lindstrom
£12.99

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Flamingo Boy

by Michael Morpurgo
£6.99

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Wizards of Once: Twice Magic

by Cressida Cowell
£12.99

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Unexpected Twist

by Michael Rosen
£6.99

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Books for Young Readers

Armadillo and Hare – Signed copies available!

by Jeremy Strong
£9.99

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A Year of Nature Poems

by Joseph Coelho & Kelly Louise Judd
£11.99

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The Snowman

by Michael Morpurgo
£12.99

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The Little Prince

by Michael Morpurgo
£9.99

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The Twitches Meet a Puppy – Teacup House

by Hayley Scott, Pippa Curnick
£5.99

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Hubert Horatio: How to Raise Your Grown-ups

by Lauren Child
£12.99

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Eye, Eye, Captain

by Jane Clarke
£4.99

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Horrid Henry Ghosts and Ghouls

by Francesca Simon
£6.99

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Elvis The Squirrel: A Bloomsbury Young Reader

by Tony Bradman, Ashley King
£4.99

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First Prize for the Worst Witch

by Jill Murphy
£9.99

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Daisy and the Trouble with School Trips

by Kes Gray
£5.99

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Stoat on Stage – The Travels of Ermine

by Jennifer Gray, Elisa Paganelli
£5.99

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Picture Books

Squishy McFluff: Tea with the Queen

by Pip Jones
£6.99

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Raj and the Best Holiday Ever

by Seb Braun
£6.99

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Slow Samson

by Bethany Christou
£6.99

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Knock Knock Alien

by Caryl Hart
£6.99

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