Dive into the world of Clare Mackintosh's A Game of Lies, an absolute corker of a read, scintillating from beginning to end.
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The Mother Load by Katy Cox is a remarkable novel that celebrates the beauty of motherhood and the transformative power of embracing autism.
On McFly's latest album Power To Play, the band's iconic sound evolves with age, including strong storytelling, splendid riffs, and playful solos that will win over even the skeptics.
DJ Annie Mac's second novel, The Mess We're In, delves into the complexities of relationships through an unconventional writing style.
Join Jackie Kohnstamm on a journey to find her family and uncover the true horrors of the Holocaust in a heart-wrenching tale of loss and grief.
Sophie Mackintosh's gothic narrative and descriptive prose make Cursed Bread a chilling read, with well-fleshed secondary characters and a deadly mystery to unravel.
The latest entry in her Dinner Lady Detectives series, Hannah Hendy has written a great mystery with a blend of clues and red herrings that will have you scratching your head till the end.
Somewhere between Luke Jenings’ Codename Villanelle and The Cleaner by Greg Davies, Make Me Clean is a character study in which the best of British comedy is underlined by sadness and grit.
Fflur Dafydd’s The Library Suicides, an English-language rewrite of her novel Y Llyfrgell, is an intense character study, set in a dystopian world and set in the National Library Of Wales.
Much like Adam Kay’s This Is Going To Hurt, Dean Burnett links humorous and touching personal stories with scientific knowhow in Emotional Ignorance.
Inspector Chard, Leslie Scase’s Victorian-era crimebuster, has been fitted up for double murder in Sabrina's Teardrop - a more violent setting this is previous one.
American crime fiction supremo Patricia Cornwell’s latest book Livid is a wonderful combination of mystery and drama.