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by Kat French
<p>‘Fun and sexy – a perfect beach read’ THE SUN ‘Brimming full of joy and sunshine’ JULES WAKE Summer has never been so scandalous… When Violet moves to Swallow Beach, she inherits a small Victorian pier with an empty arcade perched on the end ...eBook
by Victoria Cooke
<p>For fans of Holly Martin, Debbie Johnson and Lindsey Kelk, this is the unmissable beach read for 2019! What readers are saying about A Summer to Remember: ‘Uplifting, funny, romantic and charming … The perfect summer read’ ‘Kept me hooked ...eBook
A Medical Romance
by Gill Sanderson
<p>It wasn't a good start when the hospital's newest midwife began work by knocking instruments onto the operating theatre floor. Miranda Gale expected the neonatal surgeon, Jack Sinclair, to take her to task. Instead he suggested ways in which ...eBook
by Ceri Radford
<p>Constance Harding's comfortable corner of the Home Counties is her own little piece of heaven. Her time is spent party-planning (disastrous), matchmaking for her startlingly well-dressed son Rupert (catastrophic), and dreaming of the hat ...eBook
A Virago Modern Classic
by Patricia Highsmith
by Patrick Gale
by Ruth Ozeki
Nao lives in Tokyo. She is sixteen, and has decided to write a diary before she kills herself. She has plenty of material - school bullies, depressed parents - but she particularly wants to chronicle the life of her great-grandmother, Jiko, a ...
by Jack McDevitt
Alex Benedict - Book 1
by Jack McDevitt
<p><b>Jack McDevitt's A TALENT FOR WAR takes Alex Benedict into the heart of an alien galaxy in a thrilling interstellar adventure. 'A real writer has entered our ranks, and his name is Jack McDevitt' Michael Bishop, Nebula-winning ...eBook
by Curdella Forbes
<p>Discovered amidst a tangle of sea grape trees by the childless Rachel Fisher, baby Moshe's provenance is a thing of myth and mystery; his unusual appearance, with blueish, translucent skin and duo-toned hair, only serves to compound his ...eBook
by Allan Baillie
<i>Yates was cautiously lifting a cooked and curried crescent to his mouth. He stopped and looked at Pettit. 'It's a cockroach,' he said. 'I'm going to eat it.'<BR> 'What in hell for?' <BR> 'To find out what it tastes like.'</i> Here is a ...
by Henry Williamson
<p><i>A Test to Destruction </i>(1960) was the eighth entry in Henry Williamson's fifteen-volume <i>A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight</i> spanning the years from the late Victorian period to the Second World War. It begins in the final year of theeBook
by Jane Smiley
The Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling novel from one of America's greatest contemporary writers. Larry Cook's farm is the largest in Zebulon County, Iowa, and a tribute to his hard work and single-mindedness. Proud and possessive, his sudden ...
by Tor Udall
<b>'A masterful exploration of love, loss and the healing power of the natural world. Heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure' <i>Observer</i></b><br><b><i><br></i></b><b>LONGLISTED FOR THE AUTHORS' CLUB BEST FIRST NOVEL AWARD ...
by Jonathan Dee
by Khaled Hosseini
A City Novel
by Harry Kalmer
<p>A Thousand Tales of Johannesburg is Harry Kalmer’s spellbinding ode to Johannesburg and its people. This is the story of Sara, who poses stiffly for a photo with her four children at Turffontein concentration camp in 1901, and of Abraham, whoeBook
by Flynn Chris
Beautiful beaches, sexy young backpackers, cheap drinks- southern Thailand in the mid-1990s is the perfect place for a holiday. It's also the perfect place for Billy - Loyalist hard man, NO SURRENDER chest tattoo, on the run from the ...
by Marg Roberts
<p>When the vast army of the Austro-Hungarian Empire marches on Belgrade in 1915, hundreds of Serbians are forced to evacuate in a mass exodus to Corfu during the worst Balkan winter in living memory. In the midst of the violence and the ...eBook
by Alexander McCall Smith