New Titles Fiction September 2018 (arrived in August)


The helicopter heist, Jonas Bonnier.
Four men gather in Stockholm. Each has existed on the fringes of Stockholm society. Each has a past that just won't let them go. Then a plan falls into their laps. A plan to steal millions from the largest cash facility in Sweden.
Terror of the innocent: a John Deacon action adventure, Mike Boshier.
As the Iraqi Forces build up for the liberation of Mosul, ISIS wants revenge. The UK and USA are in their sights. In a daring rescue mission to release aid workers held hostage by ISIS, US Navy SEAL John Deacon stumbles across an ISIS revenge plot using deadly weapons stolen from Saddam's regime.
The jaws of revenge, Mike Boshier.
The US mainland is under threat as never before. Osama bin Laden is dead, and the world can relax. Or can they? Remaining leaders of Al-Qaeda want revenge, and they want it against the USA. When good fortune smiles on them and the opportunity presents itself to use stolen weapons of mass destruction, it's Game On!
The break line, James Brabazon.
Max Mclean is Britain's secret weapon: the most effective assassin Her Majesty's Government has ever unleashed. Pulled home from an aborted mission in South America, Max is sent to investigate unsettling reports from West Africa; a situation that's seen another officer locked away in an MoD research facility raving about the horror he's seen.
Bloody Sunday, Ben Coes.
North Korea, increasingly isolated from most of the rest of the world, is led by an absolute dictator and a madman with a major goal–he's determined to launch a nuclear attack on the United States. While they have built, and continue to successfully test nuclear bombs, North Korea has yet to develop a ballistic missile with the range necessary to attack America. But their missiles are improving, reaching a point where the U.S. absolutely must respond.
The rebel killer, Paul Fraser Collard.
Virginia, 1861. With his comrades defeated, Jack turns his back on the battlefield. At heart he's still a soldier, but this wholly uncivil war has left him wanting something, and someone, more. Lost in the woods with the Confederate army closing in, Jack will stop at nothing to protect Rose and the future they might share.
A line too far, B.C. Colman.
Chinese commandos in a lightning raid have seized the vast, under-populated, resource-rich lands of Northern Australia. Thousands of Australian soldiers are held hostage. International realpolitik has left Australia abandoned by its supposed allies and its brittle social fabric is rapidly unwinding as the people panic.
The man between, Charles Cumming.
Successful novelist Kit Carradine has grown restless. So when British Intelligence invites him to enter the secret world of espionage, he willingly takes a leap into the unknown. But the glamour of being a spy is soon tainted by fear and betrayal, as Carradine finds himself in Morocco on the trail of Lara Bartok, a mysterious fugitive with links to international terrorism.
A lonely resurrection: a John Rain novel, Barry Eisler.
All John Rain wants is to get out of the killing business. But with his discretion, his reliability, and his unique talent for death by "natural causes," no one is willing to let him just retire. So when an old nemesis from the Japanese national police force comes to him with a new job; eliminate Murakami, a killer even more fearsome than Rain himself, Rain knows he can't refuse.
Ultimatum, Frank Gardner.
After helping to avert a deadly attack on London, Luke Carlton has been welcomed onboard as a full-fledged member of SIS and is assigned the role of case officer running agents. He is sent undercover into Iran to turn and recruit an officer in that country's infamous Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Who is Vera Kelly?, Rosalie Knecht.
New York City, 1962. Vera Kelly is struggling to make rent and blend into the underground gay scene in Greenwich Village. She's working night shifts at a radio station when her quick wits, sharp tongue, and technical skills get her noticed by a recruiter for the CIA. Next thing she knows she's in Argentina, tasked with wiretapping a congressman and infiltrating a group of student activists in Buenos Aires.
The reluctant assassin: intrigue, murder and corruption in Marseille, Alexander Logan.
Tom Grace, a Brisbane surgeon, attempts to find his kidnapped lover, Kaye Reynolds, a journalist, in Afghanistan. Instead, he is abducted by an arms dealer, Ahmed Bakir, and flown to Marseille as Bakir's prisoner. Tom had no idea Kaye was working for the Afghanistan Women's Revolutionary Association with its leader, Minnah Muetton, a French educated Afghan.
Four dominions, Eric Van Lustbader.
The End of Days has been predicted for the last two thousand years. But now, without warning, it is upon us. Braverman 'Bravo' Shaw, member of a secret Franciscan splinter sect, has survived a battle as old as time itself: the battle between good and evil.
Killing it, Asia Mackay.
Prepare to meet Lex Tyler. A badass, uncompromising and completely compelling heroine for our times. It's Lex's first day back at work after maternity leave. Her suit is too tight and she worries about the separation from her daughter as she leaves her with the nanny - but it's normal to worry, right? But Lex isn't a 'normal' mother.
Bearskin, James A. McLaughlin.
Rice Moore is just beginning to think his troubles are behind him. He's found a job protecting a remote forest preserve in Virginian Appalachia where his main responsibilities include tracking wildlife and refurbishing cabins. It's hard work, and totally solitary: perfect to hide away from the Mexican drug cartels he betrayed back in Arizona.
The scoop, Terence J. Quinn.
Aussie journalist Jonno Bligh is working for a London tabloid when he scoops the story of his career. He turns it into a bestselling book and goes to Hollywood to write the screenplay. There he acquires an Oscar and a cocaine habit. While sailing in the Indian Ocean, a storm cripples his yacht and forces him to take refuge on a beautiful Indonesian island.
The hunter, Andrew Reid.
A troubled genius who vanishes in a mysterious car crash. A disillusioned cop sensing conspiracy in the corridors of power. A ruthless team of mercenaries operating in the shadows. A billion-dollar business that wants the world in its grip. One link connects them all. A champion fighter. Betrayed and searching for the truth. Cameron King is The Hunter.
Head hunters, Chris Ryan.
The Regiment is beset by a mysterious run of suicides. When Danny Black becomes part of an SAS hit squad to seek out and eliminate Taliban leaders he has to steel himself for the pressures of a constant round of killing. What he can't prepare himself for is the accusation that he has massacred an entire family, and an old enemy in the Military Police is on his tail, determined to put him away.
Detour, James Siegel.
The story of one man who is forced to transport cocaine from Colombia to a location within the U.S. within 18 hours, or his wife and newly adopted daughter will be killed. The decision seems obvious–yet the outcome will be anything but.
The other woman, Daniel Silva.
In an isolated village in the mountains of Andalusia, a mysterious Frenchwoman begins work on a dangerous memoir. It is the story of a man she once loved in the Beirut of old, and a child taken from her in treason's name. The woman is the keeper of the Kremlin's most closely guarded secret.
The middleman, Olen Steinhauer.
One day in the early summer of 2017, about four hundred people disappear from their lives. They leave behind cell phones, credit cards, jobs, houses, families; everything, all on the same day. Where have they gone? Why? The only answer, for weeks, is silence. Kevin Moore is one of them.
Kill for me, Tom Wood.
For years, two sisters have vied for the turf of their dead crime boss father. Across the streets of Guatemala City, bodies have piled up; the US Drug Enforcement Agency, operating far from its own borders, is powerless to stop the fighting. But now one sister has a weapon that could finally win the war; a cold, amoral hitman known, fittingly, as 'Victor'.


Twelve kings in Sharakhai, Bradley P. Beaulieu.
Sharakhai, the great city of the desert, center of commerce and culture, has been ruled from time immemorial by twelve kings–cruel, ruthless, powerful, and immortal. With their army of Silver Spears, their elite company of Blade Maidens and their holy defenders, the terrifying asirim, the Kings uphold their positions as undisputed, invincible lords of the desert.
Heart on fire, Amanda Bouchet.
The destiny Catalia "Cat" Fisa has spent her entire life running from has finally caught up to her. But in order to truly accept her fate and become Queen of Thalyria, Cat and her dedicated husband Griffin Sinta will have to go to war with the severely oppressed Fisa; and it's violent alpha, Cat's homicidal mother. But when Cat's magic refuses to work like it should, she has to unleash the power she's been afraid of.
Kushiel's avatar, Jacqueline Carey.
A decade of peace has passed in Terre D'Ange, the country founded by the god Elua. Since the world's most famous courtesan saved her queen from assassination, Phèdre nó Delauny has been enjoying a quiet life until a prophetic dream calls upon her to serve her gods one last time. But what they ask may be too painful for even an anguissettte to bear.
Kushiel's chosen, Jacqueline Carey.
Phèdre nó Delaunay, now ruler of her people, faces new challenges, including court intrigues, factions out to remove her from her throne, the return of the ruthless Melisande Sharizai, and a conspiracy that could destroy all humankind.
Starless, Jacqueline Carey.
Destined from birth to serve as protector of the princess Zariya, Khai is trained in the arts of killing and stealth by a warrior sect in the deep desert. In a world where exiled gods live among mortals, the dark god Miasmus is rising, intent on nothing less than wholesale destruction. To keep Zariya alive, Khai's only hope lies with an unlikely crew of prophecy-seekers.
Competence, Gail Carriger.
Accidentally abandoned! All alone in Singapore, proper Miss Primrose Tunstell must steal helium to save her airship, the Spotted Custard, in a scheme involving a lovesick werecat and a fake fish tail. When she uncovers rumors of a new kind of vampire, Prim and the Custard crew embark on a mission to Peru.
Kill the farm boy: the tales of Pell, Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne.
Once upon a time, in a faraway kingdom, a hero, the Chosen One, was born; and so begins every fairy tale ever told. This is not that fairy tale. There is a Chosen One, but he is unlike any One who has ever been Chosened. And there is a faraway kingdom, but you have never been to a magical world quite like the land of Pell.
Tomorrow: a novel, Damian Dibben.
Tomorrow, a 217-year-old dog, is searching for his lost master. He has travelled through the courts and battlefields of Europe, and through the centuries, in search of the man who granted him immortality. Befriending both animals and humans, Tomorrow falls in love only once, and gains insight into both the strength and frailties of the human spirit.
Serpentine: an Anita Blake, vampire hunter, novel, Laurell K. Hamilton.
A remote Florida island is the perfect wedding destination for the upcoming nuptials of Anita's fellow U.S. Marshal and best friend Edward. For Anita, the vacation is a welcome break, as it's the first trip she gets to take with just wereleopards Micah and Nathaniel. But it's not all fun and games and bachelor parties.
Armed in her fashion, Kate Heartfield.
In 1328, Bruges is under siege by the Chatelaine of Hell and her army of chimeras-humans mixed with animals or armour, forged in the deep fires of the Hellbeast. At night, revenants crawl over the walls and bring plague and grief to this city of widows.
A dance with dragons. I, Dreams and dust: Book five, [Part one] of A song of ice and fire, George R.R. Martin.
The future of the Seven Kingdoms hangs in the balance. In the east, Daenerys, last scion of House Targaryen, her dragons grown to terrifying maturity, rules as queen of a city built on dust and death, beset by enemies. Now that her whereabouts are known many are seeking Daenerys and her dragons.
Outcasts of order, L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
Beltur, an Order mage, discovers he possesses frightening powers not seen for hundreds of years. With his new abilities, he survives the war in Elparta and saves the lives of all. However, victory comes with a price. His fellow mages now see him as a threat to be destroyed, and the local merchants want to exploit his power. There's only one way he can remain free and survive; he's going to have to run.
The wizard's harvest table, Thomas Mooney.
To silence utterers of magic, to expel imps from the nostrils, the wizard's harvest table lists a set of runes as ancient as the secretive mountain kingdom of Lual. They are the kind of runes that heal, summon, banish, possess. But their power has had its day, and entire worlds are starting to fray and fail. Step through a portal and who knows what calamities you might face.
Trail of lightning, Rebecca Roanhorse.
While most of the world has drowned beneath the sudden rising waters of a climate apocalypse, Dinótah (formerly the Navajo reservation) has been reborn. The gods and heroes of legend walk the land, but so do monsters. Maggie Hoskie is a Dinótah monster hunter, a supernaturally gifted killer.
Dreadful company: a Dr. Greta Helsing novel, Vivian Shaw.
When Greta Helsing, doctor to the undead, is unexpectedly called to Paris to present at a medical conference, she expects nothing more exciting than professional discourse on zombie reconstructive surgery and skin disease in bogeymen; and hopefully at least one uneventful night at the Opera.


Bogotá 39: new voices from Latin America, Edited by Juliet Mabey.
This an anthology of short stories from the thirty-nine best Latin American authors under forty is being published in conjunction with the Hay Festival.
I am Heathcliff: stories inspired by Wuthering Heights, Curated by Kate Mosse.
16 modern fiction superstars shine a startling light on the romance and pain of the infamous literary pair Heathcliff and Cathy. Short stories to stir the heart and awaken vital conversation about love.
Tales from a master's notebook: stories Henry James never wrote, Edited and introduced by Philip Horne.
When Henry James died he left behind a series of notebooks filled with ideas for novels and stories that he never wrote. Now ten of our best contemporary authors and James enthusiasts have written new short stories based on these 'germs' of ideas.
Leila: a novel, Prayaag Akbar.
Every year on Leila's birthday Shalini kneels by the wall with a little yellow spade and scoops dry earth to make a pit for two candles. One each for herself and for Riz, the husband at her side. But as Shalini walks from the patch of grass where she held her vigil the man beside her melts away.
Of men and angels, Michael Arditti.
God's vengeance on the wicked city of Sodom is a perennial source of fascination and horror. Michael Arditti's new novel explores the enduring power of the myth in five momentous epochs.
How to love a Jamaican: stories, Alexia Arthurs.
Sweeping from close-knit island communities to the streets of New York City and midwestern university towns, these eleven stories form a portrait of a nation, a people, and a way of life.
Us against you, Fredrik Backman.
A small community tucked deep in the forest, Beartown is home to tough, hardworking people who don't expect life to be easy or fair. No matter how difficult times get, they've always been able to take pride in their local ice hockey team. So it's a cruel blow when they hear that Beartown ice hockey might soon be disbanded.
A song of stone, Iain Banks.
The war is ending, perhaps ended. For the castle and its occupants the troubles are just beginning. Armed gangs roam a lawless land where each farm and house supports a column of dark smoke. Taking to the roads with the other refugees, anonymous in their raggedness, seems safer than remaining in the ancient keep.
Pretend I'm dead, Jen Beagin.
Jen Beagins funny, moving, fearless debut novel introduces an unforgettable character, Mona; almost 24, cleaning houses to get by, emotionally adrift. Handing out clean needles to drug addicts, she falls for a recipient who proceeds to break her heart in unimaginable ways. Always just under the surface are her memories of growing up in a chaotic, destructive family from which she's trying to disentangle herself.
The consolation of maps, Thomas Bourke.
Kenji Tanabe finds maps easier to read than people. At the elite dealer he represents in Japan, he sells antique cartography by selling the stories that he sees within their traces: their contribution to progress, their dramatic illustrations, their exquisite compasses. But no compass or map can guide him through the events that will follow his abrupt dismissal and the offer of a job in America.
A ladder to the sky, John Boyne.
If you look hard enough, you can find stories pretty much anywhere. They don't even have to be your own. Or so would-be writer Maurice Swift decides very early on in his career. A chance encounter in a Berlin hotel with celebrated novelist Erich Ackermann gives him an opportunity to ingratiate himself with someone more powerful than him.
Incidents in the Rue Laugier, Anita Brookner.
A tale of youthful folly set in France. The heroine is Maud Gonthier, 18, sent for the summer to an aunt in the country. There she meets two Englishmen, David and his friend, Edward. She has an affair with David, which continues in a rented apartment in Paris, becomes pregnant and he deserts her. Whereupon Edward takes over, going as far as to marry her, but that won't bring Maud happiness either.
Call of the curlew, Elizabeth Brooks.
Virginia Wrathmell has always known she will meet her death on the marsh in reparation for the mistakes of her childhood. On New Year's Eve, at the age of eighty-six, Virginia feels the time has finally come. In 1939, Virginia is ten, an orphan arriving to meet her new adoptive parents, Clem and Lorna Wrathmell, at their mysterious house, Salt Winds.
The Madonna of Bolton, Matt Cain.
Charlie Matthews' love story begins in a pebble-dashed house in suburban Bolton, at a time when most little boys want to grow up to be Michael Jackson, and girls want to be Princess Di. Remembering the Green Cross Code and getting out of football are the most important things in his life, until Auntie Jan gives him a gift that will last a lifetime: a seven-inch single called `Lucky Star'.
The secrets of Primrose Square, Claudia Carroll.
It's late at night and the rain is pouring down on the Dublin city streets. A mother is grieving for her dead child. She stands silently outside the home of the teenage boy she believes responsible. She watches. In a kitchen on the same square, a girl waits anxiously for her mum to come home.
Invitation to a bonfire, Adrienne Celt.
In the 1920s, Zoya Andropova, a young refugee from the Soviet Union, finds herself in the alien landscape of an elite all-girls New Jersey boarding school. Having lost her family, her home, and her sense of purpose, Zoya struggles to belong, a task made more difficult by the malice her peers heap on scholarship students and her new country's paranoia about Russian spies.
After the party, Cressida Connolly.
'Had it not been for my weakness, someone who is now dead could still be alive. That is what I believed and consequently lived with every day in prison.' It is the summer of 1938 and Phyllis Forrester has returned to England after years abroad.
The lost letters of William Woolf, Helen Cullen.
Inside the Dead Letters Depot in East London, William Woolf is one of thirty letter detectives who spend their days solving mysteries: Missing zip codes, illegible handwriting, rain-smudged ink, lost address labels, torn packages, forgotten street names-they are all the culprits of missed birthdays, broken hearts, unheard confessions, pointless accusations, unpaid bills and unanswered prayers.
The taxi queue, Janet Davey.
Abe and Richard meet in a taxi queue outside Paddington station. With his wife and children away on holiday, Richard invites Abe into his house - an action that sends ripples not only through his and his wife's life, but through the existence of Abe's younger sister Kirsty, who is herself unsure what is the best way to 'settle down'.
The masterpiece: a novel, Fiona Davis.
For the nearly nine million people who live in New York City, Grand Central Terminal is a crown jewel, a masterpiece of design. But for Clara Darden and Virginia Clay, it represents something quite different. For Clara, the terminal is the stepping stone to her future, which she is certain will shine as the brightly as the constellations on the main concourse ceiling.
So much life left over, Louis de Bernières.
Rosie and Daniel have moved to Ceylon with their little daughter to start a new life at the dawn of the 1920s, attempting to put the trauma of the First World War behind them, and to rekindle a marriage that gets colder every day. However, even in the lush plantation hills it is hard for them to escape the ties of home and the yearning for fulfilment that threatens their marriage.
Lala, Jacek Dehnel .
Lala has lived a dazzling life, filled with love, betrayals, acts of courage and some of the most extraordinary events of the twentieth century. There is nothing she likes better than to tell stories of her fascinating past; of her grandfather, the legendary owner of the first car in Ukraine; of her aristocratic mother; and not least of herself.
Hunting party: a novel, Agnès Desarthe.
The unsuspecting member of a hunting party in the French countryside, Tristan is out of place. Cajoled into going by his wife, who is anxious to ingratiate herself with the locals of their new village, Tristan's companions are Pastis-swilling tough guys with designs beyond catching dinner.
Vernon subutex. 2, Virginie Despentes.
Rock star Alexandre Bleach might be dead, but he has a secret. It's a secret that concerns several people, but the only person who can unlock it is Vernon Subutex, former record shop proprietor turned homeless messiah and guru, last seen hallucinating and feverish on a bench in the parc des Buttes Chaumont. Aicha wants to know the truth behind the death of her mother, Vodka Satana.
Hold, Michael Donkor.
Belinda knows how to follow the rules. As a housegirl, she has learnt the right way to polish water glasses, to wash and fold a hundred handkerchiefs, and to keep a tight lid on memories of the village she left behind when she came to Kumasi. Mary is still learning the rules.
The true colour of the sea, Robert Drewe.
Witty, clever, ever touching and always inventive, the eleven stories in The True Colour of the Sea take us to many varied coasts, whether a tense Christmas holiday apartment overlooking the Indian Ocean or the shabby glamour of a Cuban resort hotel. Robert Drewe makes a gift of stories that tackle the big themes of life.
Hey brother, Jarrah Dundler.
Before leaving for war in Afghanistan, Shaun Black gives his little brother Trysten a mission of his own. Keep out of trouble. Trysten tries, but with Mum hitting the bottle harder than ever and his dad not helping, Trysten responds the only way he knows how, with his fists; getting into a fight at school and lining up for another one with his uncle who's come to stay.
The Verdun affair, Nick Dybek.
In 1920, two young Americans meet in Verdun, the city in France where one of the most devastating battles of the war was waged. Tom is an orphan from Chicago, a former ambulance driver now gathering bones from the battlefield; Sarah is an expatriate from Boston searching for the husband who wandered off from his division and hasn't been seen since.
The charmed life of Alex Moore, Molly Flatt.
How would you feel if everything in your life suddenly started to go right? Six months ago, Alex Moore was stuck in a dead-end job, feeling her potential quietly slip away. Then, seemingly overnight, she launched her dream start-up and became one of London's fastest rising tech stars. At thirty-one, her life has just begun.
America for beginners, Leah Franqui.
Pival Sengupta has done something she never expected: she has booked a trip with the First Class India USA Destination Vacation Tour Company. But unlike other upper-class Indians on a foreign holiday, the recently widowed Pival is not interested in sightseeing. She is traveling thousands of miles from Kolkota to New York on a cross-country journey to California, where she hopes to uncover the truth about her beloved son, Rahi.
The absent sea: a novel, Carlos Franz.
Just before the coup d'etat that overturned Chile's govenrment under Allende, a young, idealistic judge is posted to a provincial centre in the vast northern desert. After the coup, the town is occupied by the military, which establishes a concentration death camp for dissidents.
Inappropriation, Lexi Freiman.
A wildly irreverent take on the coming-of-age story that turns a search for belonging into a riotous satire of identity politics. Starting at a prestigious private Australian girls' school, fifteen-year-old Ziggy Klein is confronted with an alienating social hierarchy that hurls her into the arms of her grade's most radical feminists.
The intermission, Elyssa Friedland.
After five long years, the unshakable confidence Cass Coyne felt as a bride is gone. Her husband, Jonathan, on the other hand, is still smitten. It's true that the quirks he once found charming in his wife; her high standards, her refusal to clean the dishes, are beginning to grate. But for him, these are minor challenges in a healthy relationship.
Bitter orange, Claire Fuller.
From the attic of a dilapidated English country house, she sees them; Cara first: dark and beautiful, clinging to a marble fountain of Cupid, and Peter, an Apollo. It is 1969 and they are spending the summer in the rooms below hers while Frances writes a report on the follies in the garden for the absent American owner. But Frances is distracted.
The promise of a letter, Kathleen Fuller.
Roman is on the verge of leaving the Amish ways. Feeling confined by the strict rules, he longs to do something more with his life. But when things don't go as planned, Roman's prospects outside of the community dwindle. Upon learning that his beloved grandmother has died and left a letter urging him to reconcile with his brother in Birch Creek, Roman decides to return home.
A Long Island story, Rick Gekoski.
It is 1953, a heat wave is sweeping across America and the Grossmans; Ben, Addie and their two children, are moving their lives from the political heart of Washington DC to suburban Long Island. Benny was a successful lawyer in the Department of Justice, but all that has come tumbling down.
Breakout at Stalingrad, Heinrich Gerlach.
Captured by the Soviets after the Battle of Stalingrad in 1943, Heinrich Gerlach wrote a novel based on his experiences. In 1949, however, the KGB confiscated his 600-page manuscript. Gerlach returned to Germany in 1950, and, under hypnosis, recalled parts of his narrative. In 1957, it was published under the title The Forsaken Army and became a bestseller.
All we ever wanted: a novel, Emily Giffin.
Nina Browning is living the good life after marrying into Nashville's elite. Her husband's tech business is booming, and her adored son, Finch, is bound for Princeton. Tom Volpe is a single dad working multiple jobs. His adored daughter, Lyla, attends Nashville's most prestigious private school on a scholarship. But amid the wealth and privilege, Lyla doesn't always fit in.
The water thief, Claire Hajaj.
When a heart attack kills his father, young architect Nick abandons his comfortable London life to volunteer abroad for a year; a last chance to prove himself, and atone for old sins. But in a remote village on the edge of the Sahara, dangerous currents soon engulf him: a simmering family conflict, hidden violence and fanaticism, his host's lonely wife hiding secrets of her own.
The impossible fairytale, Han Yujoo.
The Impossible Fairy Tale is the story of two unexceptional grade-school girls. Mia is "lucky"; she is spoiled by her mother and, as she explains, her two fathers. She gloats over her exotic imported colour pencils and won't be denied a coveted sweater. Then there is the Child who, by contrast, is neither lucky nor unlucky.
All your perfects: a novel, Colleen Hoover.
Quinn and Graham's perfect love is threatened by their imperfect marriage. The memories, mistakes, and secrets that they have built up over the years are now tearing them apart. The one thing that could save them might also be the very thing that pushes their marriage beyond the point of repair.
Everything under, Daisy Johnson.
Words are important to Gretel, always have been. As a child, she lived on a canal boat with her mother, and together they invented a language that was just their own. She hasn't seen her mother since the age of sixteen, though almost a lifetime ago and those memories have faded. Now she works as a lexicographer, updating dictionary entries, which suits her solitary nature.
The secret keeper, Susan Lewis.
You never forget your first love. 18 years ago, Olivia learned to live without Sean Kenyon. She moved on, building a life with her husband Richmond and their two children in the picturesque town Kesterley-on-Sea. But when Sean unexpectedly appears on Olivia's doorstep, her world is turned upside down once more.
History of violence, +douard Louis.
I met Reda on Christmas Eve 2012. I was going home after a meal with friends, at around four in the morning. He approached me in the street, and finally I invited him up to my apartment. He told me the story of his childhood and how his father had come to France, having fled Algeria. We spent the rest of the night together, talking, laughing.
Too much lip, Melissa Lucashenko.
Too much lip, her old problem from way back. And the older she got, the harder it seemed to get to swallow her opinions. The avalanche of bullshit in the world would drown her if she let it; the least she could do was raise her voice in anger. Wise-cracking Kerry Salter has spent a lifetime avoiding two things; her hometown and prison.
Once in a lifetime, Chrissie Manby.
Twenty two years ago Dani Parker had grand plans for her life. Now, she's a single mother in quaint Newbay working at the hotel where she got her first ever job. When she bumps into ex-boyfriend Nat, she wonders if this might be the start of something not-quite-new. Until his fiancee walks through the door.
Bad Girl Creek: a novel, Jo-Ann Mapson.
Phoebe Thomas has lived life as a spectator, confined to a wheelchair, in awe of her beloved aunt Sadie and overshadowed by her financial wizard brother James. But when her aunt dies, leaving her a flower farm, the world opens up to Phoebe in ways she could never have imagined.
A short film about disappointment, Joshua Mattson.
In near-future America, film critic Noah Body uploads his reviews to an underread content aggregator. His job is dreary routine: watch, seethe, pan. He dreams of making his own film, free of the hackery of commercial cinema. Faced with writing on lousy movies for a website that no one reads, Noah smuggles into his reviews depictions of his troubled life on the margins.
Prague Spring, Simon Mawer.
It's the summer of 1968, the year of love and hate, of Prague Spring and Cold War winter. Two English students, Ellie and James, set off to hitch-hike across Europe with no particular aim in mind but a continent, and themselves, to discover. Somewhere in southern Germany they decide, on a whim, to visit Czechoslovakia where Alexander Dubcek's 'socialism with a human face' is smiling on the world.
My ex-life, Stephen McCauley.
David Hedges is having an unusual midlife crisis. His boyfriend, Soren, has left him for an older man. His job is exasperating. As his life reaches new lows, his weight reaches new highs. Across the country, Julie Fiske isn't having a much better time herself. Carol, the woman (younger, of course) that Henry, her second husband, left her for, is downright likable; more likeable than Henry was.
The great unexpected, Dan Mooney.
Joel lives in a nursing home and he's not one bit happy about it. He doesn't like being told when to eat, when to sleep, when to take his pills. In fact, he doesn't like living at all, and he's decided he's going to end his life on his terms. When he tells retired soap-actor Frank about his dark plan, Frank urges him to go out with a bang.
How to be famous, Caitlin Moran.
I'm Johanna Morrigan and I live in London in 1995 at the epicentre of Britpop. I might only be nineteen, but I'm wise enough to know that everyone around me is handling fame very, very badly. My unrequited love, John Kite, has scored an unexpected Number One album, then exploded into a Booze And Drugs HellTM, as rockstars do.
Our secrets and lies, Sinéad Moriarty.
Can a mother be true to her children if she cannot be true to herself? Having her son and daughter at 21 forced Lucy Murphy to walk away from a glittering future. They are the loves of her life and she is determined that they will have wonderful lives. So a scholarship to a prestigious school seems like a golden opportunity for the twins, the fulfilment of every wish Lucy has for them.
My year of rest and relaxation, Ottessa Moshfegh.
A novel about a young woman's efforts to duck the ills of the world by embarking on an extended hibernation with the help of one of the worst psychiatrists in the annals of literature and the battery of medicines she prescribes. Our narrator should be happy, shouldn't she?
South of the border, west of the sun, Haruki Murakami.
Growing up in the suburbs in post-war Japan, it seemed to Hajime that everyone but him had brothers and sisters. His sole companion was Shimamoto, also an only child. Together they spent long afternoons listening to her father's record collection. But when his family moved away, the two lost touch. Now Hajime is in his thirties. After a decade of drifting he has found happiness with his loving wife and two daughters, and success running a jazz bar.
The botanist's daughter, Kayte Nunn.
Discovery. Desire. Deception. A wondrously imagined tale of two female botanists, separated by more than a century, in a race to discover a life-saving flower. In Victorian England, headstrong adventuress Elizabeth takes up her late father's quest for a rare, miraculous plant. She faces a perilous sea voyage, unforeseen dangers and treachery that threatens her entire family.
There there, Tommy Orange.
Twelve Native Americans came to the Big Oakland Powwow for different reasons. Jacquie Red Feather is newly sober and trying to make it back to the family she left behind in shame. Dene Oxendene is pulling his life together after his uncle's death and has come to work the powwow and to honour his uncle's memory. Edwin Frank has come to find his true father.
Men cry alone, Philip Paris.
Men Cry Alone is a highly controversial novel that explodes the myth that men cannot be victims of domestic abuse by women.
Lucia, Alex Pheby.
Alex Pheby's extraordinary novel takes us inside the darkness of Lucia Joyce; gifted dancer, lover of Samuel Beckett, daughter of James Joyce, who spent her last thirty years in an asylum. Since her death her voice has been silenced, her correspondence burned and her story shrouded in mystery.
Charlotte Walsh likes to win: a novel, Jo Piazza.
Charlotte Walsh is running for Senate in the most important race in the country during a midterm election that will decide the balance of power in Congress. Still reeling from a presidential election that shocked and divided the country and inspired by the chance to make a difference, she's left behind her high-powered job in Silicon Valley and returned to her downtrodden Pennsylvania hometown to run in the Rust Belt state.
Strangers with the same dream, Alison Pick.
From three vastly different points of view, Alison Pick relates the same vivid and rivetting story of one tranformative year. That year is 1921, and a band of young Jewish pioneers, many escaping violent homelands, have set out to realize a utopian dream; the founding of a kibbutz, on a patch of land that will later become Israel.
The geography of friendship, Sally Piper.
We can't ever go back, but some journeys require walking the same path again. When three young women set off on a hike through the wilderness they are anticipating the adventure of a lifetime. Over the next five days, as they face up to the challenging terrain, it soon becomes clear they are not alone and the freedom they feel quickly turns to fear.
Our friends in Berlin, Anthony Quinn.
London, 1941. The city is in blackout, besieged by nightly air raids from Germany. Two strangers are about to meet. Between them they may alter the course of the war. While the Blitz has united the nation, there is an enemy hiding in plain sight. A group of British citizens is gathering secret information to aid Hitler's war machine.
We begin our ascent, Joe Mungo Reed.
Sol and Liz are a couple on the cusp. He's a professional cyclist in the Tour de France, a workhorse but not yet a star. She's a geneticist on the brink of a major discovery, either that or a loss of funding. They've just welcomed their first child into the world, and their bright future lies just before them; if only they can reach out and grab it.
Hits & misses: stories, Simon Rich.
From a bitter tell-all by a horse who made a man famous and then got left behind to a gushing magazine profile of one of your favorite World War II dictators, these stories trawl through history to skewer our obsession with fame and fortune; all the way from ancient Babylon to Hollywood.
Fishing for Māui, Isa Pearl Ritchie.
Valerie reads George Eliot to get to sleep - just to take her mind off worries over her patients, her children, their father and the next family dinner. Elena is so obsessed with health, traditional food, her pregnancy and her blog she doesn't notice that her partner, Malcolm the ethicist, is getting himself into a moral dilemma of his own making.
Fruit of the drunken tree: a novel, Ingrid Rojas Contreras.
Seven-year-old Chula and her older sister Cassandra enjoy carefree lives thanks to their gated community in Bogotá, but the threat of kidnappings, car bombs, and assassinations hover just outside the neighborhood walls, where the godlike drug lord Pablo Escobar continues to elude authorities and capture the attention of the nation.
Seven-year-old Chula and her older sister Cassandra enjoy carefree lives thanks to their gated community in Bogotá, but the threat of kidnappings, car bombs, and assassinations hover just outside the neighborhood walls, where the godlike drug lord Pablo Escobar continues to elude authorities and capture the attention of the nation.
Normal people, Sally Rooney.
Connell and Marianne grow up in the same small town in rural Ireland. The similarities end there; they are from very different worlds. When they both earn places at Trinity College in Dublin, a connection that has grown between them lasts long into the following years.
Sadness is a white bird, Moriel Rothman-Zecher.
Four days after his nineteenth birthday, Jonathan is sitting in a military jail in Israel. Languishing in the dark cell, he recalls the series of events that led him to this point. It all began when he returned to Israel after being raised and educated in Pennsylvania.
All the names they used for God: stories, Anjali Sachdeva.
A haunting, diverse debut story collection that explores the isolation we experience in the face of the mysterious, often dangerous forces that shape our lives Anjali Sachdeva's debut collection spans centuries, continents, and a diverse set of characters but is united by each character's epic struggle with fate.
The possible world: a novel, Liese O'Halloran Schwarz.
It seems like just another night shift for Lucy, an overworked ER physician in Providence, Rhode Island, until six-year-old Ben is brought in as the sole survivor from a horrifying crime scene. He's traumatized and wordless; everything he knows has been taken from him in an afternoon. It's not clear what he saw, or what he remembers.
The seventh cross, Anna Seghers.
Seven prisoners escape from Westhofen concentration camp. Seven crosses are erected in the grounds and the commandant vows to capture the fugitives within a week. Six men are caught quickly, but George Heisler slips through his pursuers' fingers and it becomes a matter of pride to track him down, at whatever cost. Who can George trust?
A room at the manor, Julie Shackman.
When her Maltese love affair turns sour, Lara McDonald returns to her quiet Scottish hometown of Fairview heartbroken, yet determined; instead of looking for another PR position, she decides to follow her dream of baking. She impulsively takes the first job offered in a local tea room.
Testament, Kim Sherwood.
Her family was always complicated. It's why Eva was closest to her grandfather: a charismatic painter and a keeper of secrets. So when he dies, she's hit by a greater loss; of the questions he never answered, and the past he never shared. It's then she finds the letter from the Jewish Museum in Berlin.
Why mummy swears: the struggles of an exasperated mum, Gill Sims.
It's every parents' nightmare; the start of the school holidays, and instead of sitting in the sun, reading a book over a cold, crisp glass of Pinot Grigio, Mummy has two bored moppets to attend to. After frantically booking sports camps, child minder slots, not to mention time off work, Mummy is exhausted.
CoDex 1962, Sjón.
Jósef Loewe can recall the moment of his birth in August, 1962 and everything that has happened since; or so he claims to the woman listening to the tale of his life. He begins with his father, Leo, a starving Jewish fugitive in World War II Germany. In a small-town guesthouse, Leo discovers a kindred spirit in the maid who nurses him back to health; together they shape a piece of clay into a baby.
The quiet side of passion, Alexander McCall Smith.
It is summer in Edinburgh and Isabel Dalhousie is once again caught between 'gossip' and significant rumour. It is none of her business that Patricia, the mother of her son Charlie's little friend Basil, is estranged from Basil's father, or that the woman has a somewhat brazen attitude to childcare. And yet, it is curious.
Any man: a novel, Amber Tamblyn.
In this electric and provocative debut novel, Tamblyn blends genres of poetry, prose, and elements of suspense to give shape to the shocking narratives of victims of sexual violence, mapping the destructive ways in which our society perpetuates rape culture. A violent serial rapist is on the loose, who goes by the name Maude. She hunts for men at bars, online, at home; the place doesn't matter, neither does the man.
The summer house, Philip Teir.
The light greenery of the early summer is trembling around Erik and Julia as they shove their children into the car and start the drive towards the house by the sea on the west coast of Finland where they will spend the summer. From the outside they are a happy young family looking forward to a long holiday together. But look under the surface, and their happiness shows signs of not lasting the summer.
Sunset over the cherry orchard, Jo Thomas.
t's time for Beti Winter to dance to her own beat. After three failed engagements Beti is in desperate need of a fresh start. What better place than the sun- drenched hills of southern Spain? But it's not all sangria and siestas. Beti finds work on an old Andalusian cherry farm where there are cherries to be picked, trees to be watered and her fiery boss, Antonio, to win over.
Clock dance, Anne Tyler.
Willa Drake can count on one hand the defining moments of her life. In 1967, she is a schoolgirl coping with her mother's sudden disappearance. In 1977, she is a college coed considering a marriage proposal. In 1997, she is a young widow trying to piece her life back together. And in 2017, she yearns to be a grandmother, yet the prospect is dimming.
The aviator, Eugene Vodolazkin.
A man wakes up in a hospital bed, with no idea who he is or how he came to be there. The only information the doctor shares with his patient is his name: Innokenty Petrovich Platonov. As memories slowly resurface, Innokenty begins to build a vivid picture of his former life as a young man in Russia in the early twentieth century, living through the turbulence of the Russian Revolution and its aftermath.
The apology, Ross Watkins.
A scorching psychological drama about family, betrayal and the limits of forgiveness from debut novelist Ross Watkins. Adrian Pomeroy teaches English at an all-boys school 'full of bullshit artists in blazers'. When he finds himself the centre of an allegation that might end his career, his life starts to unravel in spectacular fashion.
When life gives you lululemons: a novel, Lauren Weisberger.
Emily Charlton, ex-assistant to legendary fashion editor Miranda Priestly, does not do the suburbs. She's a successful stylist and image consultant to Hollywood's stars but, thanks to the Snapchatting millennials stealing precious business, her career's under threat.
Homecomings, Marcia Willett.
At the end of the row of fishermen's cottages by the harbour's edge, stands an old granite house. First it belonged to Ned's parents; then Ned dropped anchor here after a life at sea and called it home. His nephew Hugo moved in too, swapping London for the small Cornish fishing village where he'd spent so many happy holidays.
The summer wives, Beatriz Williams.
In the summer of 1951, Miranda Schuyler arrives on elite, secretive Winthrop Island as a schoolgirl from the margins of high society, still reeling from the loss of her father in the Second World War. When her beautiful mother marries Hugh Fisher, whose summer house on Winthrop overlooks the famous lighthouse, Miranda's catapulted into a heady new world of pedigrees and cocktails, status and swimming pools.
The family Tabor, Cherise Wolas.
Harry Tabor is about to receive the Man of the Decade award. As he enters his twilight years, this distinction seems like the culmination to a life well lived. A perfect life. A life spent helping Jewish refugees from all over the globe find a better life in America, giving them a second chance. Harry knows all about second chances.
Beautiful revolutionary, Laura Elizabeth Woollett.
It's the summer of 1968, and Evelyn Lynden is a woman at war with herself. Minister's daughter. Atheist. Independent woman. Frustrated wife. Bitch with a bleeding heart. Following her conscientious-objector husband Lenny to the rural Eden of Evergreen Valley, California, Evelyn wants to be happy with their new life.
Beautiful music, Michael Zadoorian.
Set in early 1970s Detroit, a divided city still reeling from its violent race riot of 1967, Beautiful Music is the story of one young man's transformation through music. Danny Yzemski is a husky, pop radio-loving loner balancing a dysfunctional homelife with the sudden harsh realities of freshman year at a high school marked by racial turbulence.
The drama teacher: a novel, Koren Zailckas.
Gracie Mueller is a proud mother of two and devoted wife, living with her husband Randy in upstate New York. Her life is complicated by the usual tedium and stressors; young children, marriage, money, and she's settled down comfortably enough. But when Randy's failing career as a real estate agent makes finances tight, their home goes into foreclosure.
Putney, Sofka Zinovieff.
It is the 1970s and Ralph, an up-and-coming composer, is visiting Edmund Greenslay at his riverside home in Putney to discuss a collaboration. Through the house's colourful rooms and unruly garden flits nine-year-old Daphne; dark, teasing, slippery as mercury, more sprite than boy or girl. From the moment their worlds collide, Ralph is consumed by an obsession to make Daphne his.


Black Bolt. [1], Hard time, Saladin Ahmed.
The King of the Inhumans has been imprisoned! But where? Why has he been jailed? And who could be powerful enough to hold the uncanny Black Bolt? The answers will shock you, and Blackagar Boltagon as well!
The Great North Wood, Tim Bird.
Long ago the whole of Southern England was covered in forest. Over time, this woodland has been gradually cut back, but small patches remain amidst the suburban sprawl of South-East London. A few ancient oaks still stand in the gaps between housing estates, alongside railway lines and acting as boundary markers on roundabouts.
The unsound, Cullen Bunn.
Ever since she was little, all Ashli wanted was to help people. It's why she went to nursing school, and it's why she signed up for the vacant position at Saint Cascia, despite the psychiatric hospital's less-than-sterling reputation. But then strange occurrences begin in the midst of her very first day on the job.
Firebug, Johnnie Christmas.
A volcano goddess named Keegan is loose in the world, and the prophecies are unclear whether her coming will bring humanity's destruction or salvation. In the shadow of a sacred volcano, from which Keegan derives her powers, lies the ancient city of Azar.
I am a hero. Omnibus 7, Kengo Hanazawa.
Near Tokyo, Hideo and the other survivors find camaraderie and even moments of romance as they slowly make their way back into the city. New horrors are encountered and new weapons are found, as old fears continue to haunt expressive, traumatized Hideo.
Attack on Titan. 25, Hajime Isayama.
The final battle rages on between the Survey Corps and the genocidal Colossus and Armored Titans. It's a personal fight that has driven old friends to kill each other, with the fate of humanity and the truth behind the Titan threat in the balance.
Kakegurui. 6, Homura Kawamoto.
The gambling games continue, and this next game has truly lethal consequences. Will Yumeko be able to figure out its secrets in time to keep from losing her life? Sayaka has had just about enough of Yumeko Jabami!
Dept. H. [4], Lifeboat, Matt Kindt.
The remaining survivors of Dept. H abandon the deep-sea base and prepare for their long-awaited ascent. but life above the waterline remains uncertain for the team, and the pressure to solve Hari's murder continues to strength its grip on Mia.
Eternity. [Vol. 1], Matt Kindt.
Beyond the barriers of our reality. Outside the boundaries of human understanding. A universe of immensely powerful beings and advanced civilizations has evolved parallel to our own. But what links this strange plane of existence to ours, and what do its majestic inhabitants want with the child of Abram Adams!
The ballad of Halo Jones. Volume 2, Alan Moore,
With a promise to meet up with her friend Rodice on the planet Charlemagne, Halo has left her ordinary life in The Hoop behind her with only her irascible robot dog, Toby, for company. As a hostess on luxury space-liner 'The Clara Pandy', she must deal with colourful cabin mates and eccentric celebrities while, unbeknownst to her, death stalks her voyage.
Come again, Nate Powell
As the sun sets on the 1970s, the spirit of the Love Generation still lingers in one "intentional community" high in the Ozarks. But what's missing? Under impossibly close scrutiny, two families wrestle with long-repressed secrets while deep within those Arkansas hills, something monstrous stirs, ready to feast on village whispers.
The furnace, Prentis Rollins.
One decision. Thousands of lives ruined. Can someone ever repent for the sins of their past? When Professor Walton Honderich was a young grad student, he participated in a government prison program and committed an act that led to the death of his friend, the brilliant physicist Marc Lepore, and resulted in unimaginable torment for an entire class of people across the United States.
Sweet blue flowers. 4, Takako Shimura.
Fumi is elated now that she and Akira are dating, but she's also terrified that her desires will lead her to do something Akira doesn't like. But Fumi's feelings for her friend aren't chaste, so how can she reconcile her seemingly contradictory impulses? Akira, meanwhile, finds dating her best friend much more serious than she expected.
Wonder Woman, Conan, Gail Simone.
She is Diana of Themyscira, warrior princess of the Amazons. He is Conan the Cimmerian, barbarian scourge of a dozen civilizations. Alone, each is unstoppable. But what happens when these two heroes meet face to face?
Dark nights: metal. Dark Knights rising, Scott Snyder.
Seven nightmarish versions of Batman from seven dying alternate realities have been recruited by the dark god Barbatos to terrorize the World's Greatest Heroes in our universe. They threaten life across the Multiverse, and the Justice League may be powerless to stop them!
Curse words. Volume three, The hole damned world, Charles Soule & Ryan Browne.
Take a walk down dark, twisting paths into the history of the Hole World, the demonic dimension that spawned Wizord, Margaret, Ruby Stitch and all the rest of your favorite morally dubious sorcerers. And back in our world. Intrigue and spells and strange, wonderful things around as Wizord continues his quest to be the baddest wizard New York city's ever seen.
Attack on Titan. Before the fall. 12, Ryo Suzukaze.
Humanity has learned to live in complacency behind its high walls, protected from the giant Titans. But when a Titan-worshipping cult opens one of the gates, a Titan wreaks havoc, consuming the cultists.
Attack on Titan. Before the fall. 13, Ryo Suzukaze.
The Vertical Maneuvering Equipment, humanity's greatest weapon against the Titans, is designed at last, but there's a catch: Kuklo and the Survey Corps have only a short time to use it to successfully destroy a Titan, or the Corps will be disbanded for good. And even worse, an unlikely figure from Kuklo's past will be taking part.
Made men. Getting the gang back together, Paul Tobin.
When Jutte Shelley and her squad are gunned down in an ambush, it looks like the end for the Detroit police officers, but Jutte comes from a very storied family; named Frankenstein. Using the secrets of her ancestors, Jutte enters the family business of resurrection, bringing her squad back from the dead.
The umbrella academy. Volume 1, Apocalypse suite, Gerard Way.
In an inexplicable worldwide event, forty-seven extraordinary children were spontaneously born by women who had previously shown no signs of pregnancy. Millionaire inventor Reginald Hargreeves adopted seven of the children; when asked why, his only explanation was, 'To save the world.'
Suicide Squad. Vol. 6, The secret history of Task Force X, Rob Williams.
The next major storyline of Suicide Squad begins when Amanda Waller receives a mysterious communique confirming her worst fears: someone knows all her secrets. Task Force X. Maxwell Lord. General Zod. Everything. And the message came from outer space?!
The saga of Tanya the Evil. 03, Carlo Zen.
At last, the long-awaited days of tranquility are here! Tanya begins attending war college, where she spends her time feasting in leisure. But who would've thought that a conversation with General von Zettour would lead to another turn of events! Will her days of delicious bread and clean bed sheets come to an end?


To wager her heart: a Belle Meade Plantation novel, Tamera Alexander.
Sylas Rutledge, the new owner of the Northeast Line Railroad, invests everything he has into this venture, partly for the sake of the challenge. But mostly to clear his father's name. One man holds the key to Sy's success; General William Giles Harding of Nashville's Belle Meade Plantation.
The sea queen, Linnea Hartsuyker.
Ragnvald is now king of Sogn, but fighting battles for King Harald keeps him away from home. His sister Svanhild has found freedom and adventure with an explorer, but she longs for a place to call home. A growing rebellion threatens everyone's happiness, and Ragnvald must put a stop to it.
A world on fire, James Heneage.
Greece, 1824. Only the intervention of the Great Powers of France, Russia and Britain can save Greece. In the wild south, the people of the Mani have risen up against 400 years of Ottoman rule. But initial triumph leads to bitter feuding among the Greek victors, and the Sultan sends his vassal, Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, to invade.
Bellewether, Susanna Kearsley.
It's 1759 and the world is at war, pulling the North American colonies of Britain and France into the conflict. When captured French officers are brought to Long Island to be billeted in private homes, it upends the lives of the Wilde family.
Sweet Thames, Matthew Kneale.
In the summer of 1849 cholera threatens the city and the people of London. The authorities send millions of gallons of sewage cascading into the Thames, for many Londoners the only source of drinking water. Joshua Jeavons, a young and idealistic engineer, embarks on an obsessive quest to find the cause of the epidemic.
The star man: a novel: the true story of Willie Kean, journalist and rebel, Conor O'Clery.
This is a historical novel about William Kean, a journalist and rebel in the 1790s, and of his newspaper, the Northern Star, which for a few short years outraged the gentry and propagated revolt throughout Ireland. Willie Kean is a real person. He was caught up in an extraordinary drama of intrigue, violence and betrayal, as the mainly Presbyterian population of Belfast.
Wrecker, Noel O'Reilly.
Shipwrecks are part of life in the remote village of Porthmorvoren, Cornwall. And as the sea washes the bodies of the drowned on to the beach, it also brings treasures: barrels of liquor, exotic fruit, the chance to lift a fine pair of boots from a corpse, maybe even a jewel or two.
Tiffany blues: a novel, M.J. Rose.
New York, 1924. Twenty-four-year-old Jenny Bell is one of a dozen burgeoning artists invited to Louis Comfort Tiffany's prestigious artists' colony. Gifted and determined, Jenny vows to avoid distractions and romantic entanglements and take full advantage of the many wonders to be found at Laurelton Hall.
The great level, Stella Tillyard.
In 1649, Jan Brunt, a Dutchman, arrives in England to work on draining and developing the Great Level, an expanse of marsh in the heart of the fen country. It is here he meets Eliza, whose love overturns his ordered vision and whose act of resistance forces him to see the world differently.


Harper: a collection of horrors, Gunnar K. A. Njalsson.
A disturbing novel containing a collection of fictional accounts of current and former residents of the town of Harper in southern California.
The anomaly, Michael Rutger.
If Indiana Jones lived in the X-Files era, he might bear at least a passing resemblance to Nolan Moore; a rogue archaeologist hosting a web series derisively dismissed by the "real" experts, but beloved of conspiracy theorists.
Little Eve, Catriona Ward.
Eve and Dinah are everything to one another, never parted day or night. They are raised among the Children, a community of strays and orphans ruled by a mysterious figure they call Uncle. All they know is the grey Isle of Altnaharra which sits in the black sea off the wildest coast of Scotland. Eve loves the free, savage life of the Isle and longs to inherit Uncle's power.


Give me your hand, Megan Abbott.
Kit Owens harbored only modest ambitions for herself when the mysterious Diane Fleming appeared in her high school chemistry class. But Diane's academic brilliance lit a fire in Kit, and the two developed an unlikely friendship. Until Diane shared a secret that changed everything between them.
The Washington decree: a novel, Jussi Adler-Olsen.
Sixteen years before Democratic Senator Bruce Jansen was elected president of the United States, a PR stunt brought together five very different people: fourteen-year-old Dorothy "Doggie" Rogers, small-town sheriff T. Perkins, single mother Rosalie Lee, well-known journalist John Bugatti, and the teenage son of one of Jansen's employees, Wesley Barefoot.
Sins of the dead: are all consuming…, Lin Anderson.
While illegally street racing in the underground tunnels of Glasgow, four Harley Davidson riders make a horrifying discovery. A dead man left in the darkness, hands together on his chest as if peacefully laid to rest. The cause of death unclear, the only clues being a half glass of red wine, and a partially eaten chunk of bread by his side that echo the ancient religious practice of sin-eating.
Rough justice: a Cainsville novella, Kelley Armstrong.
Mallt-y-Nos. Matilda of the Hunt. The lone woman who rides with the Wild Hunt, tasked with finding killers who've escaped justice and letting the hounds reap their souls. For Olivia Taylor-Jones, Matilda isn't just a legendary figure from Welsh lore. She is Olivia's past, and her future, one she's finally embraced.
All the hidden truths, Claire Askew.
This is a fact: Ryan Summers walked into Three Rivers College and killed thirteen women, then himself. But no one can say why. The question is one that cries out to be answered; by Ryan's mother, Moira; by Ishbel, the mother of Abigail, the first victim; and by DI Helen Birch, put in charge of the case on her first day at her new job.
The sinners, Ace Atkins.
The Pritchards had never been worth a damn; an evil, greedy family who made their living dealing drugs and committing mayhem. Years ago, Colson's late uncle had put the clan's patriarch in prison, but now he's getting out, with revenge, power, and family business on his mind.
Little liar, Lisa Ballantyne.
While Nick Dean is enjoying an evening at home with his family, he is blissfully unaware that one of his pupils has just placed an allegation of abuse against him, and that Nick's imminent arrest will see everything disintegrating around him. Because, mud sticks, right?
A noise downstairs, Linwood Barclay.
Paul Davis forgets things. Why he walked into a room. Who he spoke to, and what they said. What he promised his wife he'd do. Sometimes it's too much, and the panic takes hold. But he wasn't always like this. Eight months ago, Paul was attacked, left for dead after seeing something he shouldn't have and has been piecing his life back together ever since.
Somebody's daughter, David Bell.
When Michael Frazier's ex-wife, Erica, unexpectedly shows up on his doorstep, she drops a bombshell that threatens to rip his family apart: Her ten-year-old daughter is missing; and Michael is the father.
Ruff justice, Laurien Berenson.
It's spring dog show season in Connecticut, and Melanie is determined to help her son lead his Standard Poodle toward a championship title. Aunt Peg even skips the judging panel to exhibit a pup of her own, standing out from the pack with a handmade leash from Jasmine Crane, a talented canine portrait artist who also crafts stunning accessories for discriminating show-goers.
A double life, Flynn Berry.
Some wounds need more than time. They crave revenge. Claire's father is a privileged man: handsome, brilliant, the product of an aristocratic lineage and an expensive education, surrounded by a group of devoted friends who would do anything for him.
Fall down dead, Stephen Booth.
The mountain of Kinder Scout offers the most incredible views of the Peak District, but when thick fog descends there on a walking party led by enigmatic Darius Roth, this spectacular landscape is turned into a death trap that claims a life. For DI Ben Cooper however, something about the way Faith Matthew fell to her death suggests it was no accident.
Four funerals and maybe a wedding, Rhys Bowen.
If only Darcy and I had eloped! What I thought would be a simple wedding has been transformed into a grand affair, thanks to the attendance of the queen, who has offered up the princesses as bridesmaids. Silly me! I thought that withdrawing from the royal line of succession would simplify my life.
The liar in the library: a Fethering mystery, Simon Brett.
Having been booked to give a talk at Fethering Library, successful author Burton St Clair invites his old friend Jude to come along. Although they haven't met for twenty years, Jude is not surprised to find that St Clair hasn't changed, with his towering ego and somewhat shaky relationship with the truth.
Murder takes a turn: a Langham and Dupré mystery, Eric Brown.
When Langham's literary agent receives a cryptic letter inviting him to spend the weekend at the grand Cornish home of successful novelist Denbigh Connaught, Charles Elder seems reluctant to attend. What really happened between Elder and Connaught during the summer of 1917, nearly 40 years before, and why has it had such a devastating effect?
Tailspin, Sandra Brown.
Rye Mallett, a fearless "freight dog" pilot charged with flying cargo to far-flung locations, is often rough-spoken and all business, but soft on regulations when they get in the way of meeting a deadline. But he does have a rock-solid reputation: he will fly in the foulest weather, day or night, and deliver the goods safely to their destination.
She was the quiet one, Michele Campbell.
When twin sisters Rose and Bel Enright enroll in The Odell School, a prestigious New Hampshire boarding school, it seems like the opportunity of a lifetime. But the sisters could not be more different. The school brings out a rivalry between them that few ever knew existed. And the school itself has a dark underbelly.
This body's not big enough for both of us: a novel, Edgar Cantero.
In a dingy office in Fisherman's Wharf, the glass panel in the door bears the names of A. Kimrean and Z. Kimrean. Private Eyes. Behind the door there is only one desk, one chair, one scrawny androgynous P.I. in a tank top and skimpy waistcoat. A.Z., as they are collectively known, are twin brother and sister. He's pure misanthropic logic, she's wild hedonistic creativity.
The lost girls of Rome, Donato Carrisi.
A young girl has mysteriously disappeared in Rome. As rain lashes the ancient streets, two men, Clemente and Marcus, sit in a cafe near the Piazza Navona and pore over the details of the case. They are members of the ancient Penitenzeri; a unique Italian team, linked to the Vatican, and trained in the detection of true evil. But they are not alone.
Prime cut, Alan Carter.
The world is in economic meltdown but the mining town of Hopetoun, Western Australia, is booming. With the town's population exploding, it's easy enough to hide a crime; and a dirty past. Disgraced police-service golden boy DSC Cato Kwong is doing time investigating roadkill with the stock squad. But when the ocean throws up a human torso onto the shores of Hopetoun, Cato is called in from the cold.
The good son, You-Jeong Jeong.
Early one morning, twenty-six-year-old Yu-jin wakes up to a strange metallic smell, and a phone call from his brother asking if everything's all right at home; he missed a call from their mother in the middle of the night. Yu-jin soon discovers her murdered body, lying in a pool of blood at the bottom of the stairs of their stylish Seoul duplex.
Destination unknown, Agatha Christie.
A young woman with nothing to live for is persuaded to embark on a suicide mission to find a missing scientist. When a number of leading scientists disappear without trace, concern grows within the international intelligence community. Are they being kidnapped? Blackmailed? Brainwashed? One woman appears to have the key to the mystery.
Five little pigs, Agatha Christie.
Beautiful Caroline Crale was convicted of poisoning her husband, yet there were five other suspects.
The thirteen problems, Agatha Christie.
Miss Jane has gathered together an intimate group of friends and family for an evening of fun, games, and mystery. What results is a baker's dozen of fiendishly told tales of malicious misdeeds, delightful deductions, airtight alibis, and tantalising clues.
Wild fire, Ann Cleeves.
Shetland: Welcoming. Wild. Remote. Drawn in by the reputation of the islands, an English family move to the area, eager to give their autistic son a better life. But when a young nanny's body is found hanging in the barn of their home, rumours of her affair with the husband begin to spread like wild fire.
Paradox, Catherine Coulter.
Chief Ty Christie of Willicott, Maryland, witnesses a murder at dawn from the deck of her cottage on Lake Massey. When dragging the lake, not only do the divers find the murder victim, they also discover dozens of bones. Even more shocking is the identification of a unique belt buckle found among the bones.
Crisis at the cathedral: a Dorothy Martin mystery, Jeanne M. Dams.
When Dorothy Martin and her husband Alan meet the wealthy Ahmad family, they are charmed by their courtesy, their perfect English, their delightful children and their commitment to peace. Following a concert at Sherebury Cathedral, the Ahmads offer to host a party afterwards at the Rose and Crown pub. But Mr and Mrs Ahmad don't show up.
Believe me, JP Delaney.
Claire Wright likes to play other people. A British drama student, in New York without a green card, Claire takes the only job she can get: working for a firm of divorce lawyers, posing as an easy pick-up in hotel bars to entrap straying husbands. When one of her targets becomes the subject of a murder investigation, the police ask Claire to use her acting skills to help lure their suspect into a confession.
City of sinners, A.A. Dhand.
It is an ordinary Yorkshire morning, cold and miserable. The streets are not yet busy. Police cars hurriedly pull up in the centre of town, but none of their lights are flashing and the sirens are silent. A body has been found, elaborately and painstakingly positioned to send a message. But what message?
The hidden bones, Nicola Ford.
Following the recent death of her husband, Clare Hills is listless and unsure of her place in the world. When her former university friend Dr David Barbrook asks her to help him sift through the effects of deceased archaeologist Gerald Hart, she sees this as a useful distraction from her grief.
Alter ego: a Jonathan Stride novel, Brian Freeman.
When a freak accident kills a driver on the remote roads outside Duluth, Jonathan Stride is disturbed to discover that the victim appears to be a ghost, with a false identity and no evidence to suggest who he really was. What's worse, the man has a gun locked in the trunk, and it has recently been fired.
Secrets of Sloane House, Shelly Gray.
One woman's search for the truth of her sister's disappearance leads her to deceit and danger in 1893 Chicago. Rosalind Perry has left her family's rural farm in Wisconsin to work as a housemaid at Sloane House, one of the most elegant mansions in Gilded Age Chicago. However, Rosalind is not there just to earn a living and support her family; she's at Sloane House determined to discover the truth about her sister's mysterious disappearance.
Scrublands, Chris Hammer.
In an isolated country town brought to its knees by endless drought, a charismatic and dedicated young priest calmly opens fire on his congregation, killing five parishioners before being shot dead himself. A year later, troubled journalist Martin Scarsden arrives in Riversend to write a feature on the anniversary of the tragedy.
Death of a novice: a Reverend Mother mystery, Cora Harrison.
The Reverend Mother is delighted with her new entrant to the convent. Young Sister Gertrude is well-educated, has worked for an accountant and has an appealing sense of humour. But one autumn morning, Sister Gertrude is found dead inside a small wooden shed, just beside the river. Surely a young nun could not die from alcohol poisoning?
In the dark, Cara Hunter.
A woman and child are found locked in a basement room, barely alive. No one knows who they are; the woman can't speak, and there are no missing persons reports that match their profile. The elderly man who owns the house claims he has never seen them before. The inhabitants of the quiet Oxford street are in shock.
Liar, liar, Lisa Jackson.
In death, Didi Storm is finally getting the kind of publicity that eluded her in life. Twenty years ago, the ex-beauty queen worked the Vegas strip as a celebrity impersonator, too busy trying to make it big to spare much time for her daughter, Remmi. Shortly before she leaped from a San Francisco building, Didi's profile was rising again, thanks to a tell-all book.
Sticks and stones, Jo Jakeman.
Imogen's husband is a bad man. His ex-wife and his new mistress might have different perspectives but Imogen thinks she knows the truth. And now he's given her an ultimatum: get out of the family home in the next fortnight or I'll fight you for custody of our son. In a moment of madness, Imogen does something unthinkable; she locks her husband in the cellar.
Double blind, Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen.
Kendra Michaels is reluctant to help the FBI with the most recent case they've brought to her until she hears the details: The body was found just blocks away from Kendra's condo. The man was carrying an envelope with Kendra's name on it, and inside was an SD card with what appears to be an innocuous video of a wedding reception.
The thinnest air, Minka Kent.
A woman's disappearance exposes a life of secrets in a twisting novel of psychological suspense from the author of The Memory Watcher. Meredith Price is the luckiest woman alive. Her husband, Andrew, is a charming and successful financial broker. She has two lovely stepchildren and is living in affluence in a mountain resort town.
Providence: a novel, Caroline Kepnes.
Best friends in small-town New Hampshire, Jon and Chloe share a bond so intense that it borders on the mystical. But before Jon can declare his love for his soul mate, he is kidnapped, his plans for a normal life permanently dashed. Four years later, Chloe has finally given up hope of ever seeing Jon again. Then, a few months before graduation, Jon reappears.
Island of the mad, Laurie R. King.
A June summer's evening, on the Sussex Downs, in 1925. Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes are strolling across their orchard when the telephone rings: an old friend's beloved aunt has failed to return following a supervised outing from Bedlam. After the previous few weeks; with a bloody murder, a terrible loss, and startling revelations about Holmes, Russell is feeling a bit unbalanced herself.
Trenton makes, Tadzio Koelb.
Abe Kunstler wants his share of the American Dream, which for him is a factory job, a wife and a family. Getting these things will be harder for Abe than it is for other people, however, because his life is a lie; an invention forged in the heat of a terrible crime.
Murder Mile, Lynda La Plante.
February, 1979, 'The Winter of Discontent'. Economic chaos has led to widespread strikes across Britain. Jane Tennison, now a Detective Sergeant, has been posted to Peckham CID, one of London's toughest areas. As the rubbish on the streets begins to pile up, so does the murder count: two bodies in as many days.
An unwanted guest, Shari Lapena.
As the guests arrive at beautiful, remote Mitchell's Inn, they're all looking forward to a relaxing weekend deep in the forest, miles from anywhere. They watch their fellow guests with interest, from a polite distance. With a violent storm raging, the group finds itself completely cut off from the outside world. Nobody can get in, or out. And then the first body is found and the horrifying truth comes to light.
Unleashed, Peter Laws.
Fifteen years ago, 29 Barley Street in Menham, South London, became notorious as the scene of alleged poltergeist activity and then as a crime scene when young Holly Wasson hanged herself. The shadow cast by the inhuman figure that tormented Holly has never entirely left Menham, or the gang of friends who were so affected by the strange and tragic events.
The story keeper, Anna Mazzola.
Audrey Hart is on the Isle of Skye to collect the folk and fairy tales of the people and communities around her. It is 1857 and the Highland Clearances have left devastation and poverty, and a community riven by fear. The crofters are suspicious and hostile to a stranger, claiming they no longer know their fireside stories.
Sins as scarlet, Nicolás Obregón.
Far from the horrific crimes Inspector Kosuke Iwata faced as part of the Tokyo Homicide Unit, in California he leads the quiet life of a private detective. Until someone asks him a favour he can't refuse. Meredith, a young transgender woman, has been found dead on the train tracks near LA's Skid Row. The police have done nothing and Iwata needs to find the killer.
The long silence, Gerard O'Donovan.
February, 1922. Hollywood is young but already mired in scandal. When a leading movie director is murdered, Irish-American investigator Tom Collins is called in by studio boss Mack Sennett, whose troubled star, Mabel Normand, is rumoured to be involved. But Normand has gone missing. And, as Collins discovers, there's a growing list of suspects.
The disappeared: a novel, Kristina Ohlsson.
A young woman on her way to a party vanishes without a trace, and it's not until two years later that her body turns up. Mercilessly dismembered, it has deteriorated considerably in its lonely burial spot on the edge of a forest. The forensic team is able to identify the body as that of Rebecca Tolle, a student at the nearby university.
Bad cops: a Henry Christie thriller, Nick Oldham.
Two murders, apparently unconnected: one victim shot to death in his office, the other brutally stabbed in what appears to have been a road rage incident; neither case solved. Six months later, following a desperate plea from a chief constable, Detective Superintendent Henry Christie finds himself travelling across the country to carry out an urgent review of the two killings.
Liar liar, James Patterson and Candice Fox.
Detective Harriet Blue is clear about two things. Regan Banks deserves to die. And she'll be the one to pull the trigger. But Regan; the Georges River Killer and the man responsible for destroying her brother's life, has gone to ground. And now Harriet needs to disappear too, before her colleagues stop her carrying out an act that could end her career, her freedom, even her life.
Triple homicide: thrillers, James Patterson with Maxine Paetro and James O. Born.
Detective Cross: An Alex Cross Story. An anonymous caller has promised to set off deadly bombs in Washington, DC. A cruel hoax or the real deal? By the time Alex Cross and his wife, Bree Stone, uncover the chilling truth, it may already be too late.
The killing site: a Liberty Lane mystery, Caro Peacock.
July, 1847. Now a happily married mother-of-two, Liberty Lane is undertaking very few private investigative assignments. But when she is kidnapped from outside a smart London townhouse, where she had been attending a dinner party with her husband Robert, she must call on all her old investigative skills to discover who has taken her, and why.
Lying to you, Amanda Reynolds.
When Jess Tidy was Mark Winter's student, she made a shocking accusation. Mark maintained his innocence, but the damage was done. Karen Winter stood by her husband through everything, determined to protect her family. Now, ten years later, Jessis back. And the truth about that night is finally going to come out.
Fatal inheritance, Rachel Rhys.
It's 1948, and Eve Forrester is trapped in a loveless marriage, in a gloomy house, in a grey London suburb. Then, out of the blue, she receives a solicitor's letter. A wealthy stranger has left her a mystery inheritance. And to find out more, she must to travel to the glittering French Riviera.
The love letter, Lucinda Riley.
1995, London. When Sir James Harrison, one the greatest actors of his generation, passes away at the age of ninety-five he leaves behind not just a heartbroken family but also a secret so shocking, so devastating that it could rock the English establishment to its core. Joanna Haslam is an ambitious young journalist, assigned to cover the legendary actor's funeral.
Find you in the dark, Nathan Ripley.
A family man with a habit of digging up the past catches the attention of a serial killer who wants anything but his secrets uncovered. For years, unbeknownst to his wife and teenage daughter, Martin Reese has been illegally buying police files on serial killers and obsessively studying them, using them as guides to find the missing bodies of victims.
Careless love, Peter Robinson.
A young local student has apparently committed suicide. Her body is found in an abandoned car on a lonely country road. She didn't own a car. Didn't even drive. How did she get there? Where did she die? Who moved her, and why? Meanwhile a man in his 60s is found dead in a gully up on the wild moorland. He is wearing an expensive suit and carrying no identification.
The disappearing: a novel, Lori Roy.
When Lane Fielding fled her isolated Florida hometown after high school for the anonymity of New York City, she swore she'd never return. But twenty years later, newly divorced and with two daughters in tow, she finds herself tending bar at the local dive and living with her parents on the historic Fielding Plantation.
You were made for this, Michelle Sacks.
Doting wife, devoted husband, cherished child. Merry, Sam, and Conor are the perfect family in the perfect place. Merry adores the domestic life: baking, gardening, caring for her infant son. Sam, formerly an academic, is pursuing a new career as a filmmaker. Sometimes they can hardly believe how lucky they are.
Twisted prey, John Sandford.
Lucas Davenport had crossed paths with her before. A rich psychopath, Taryn Grant had run successfully for the U.S. Senate, where Lucas had predicted she'd fit right in. He was also convinced that she'd been responsible for three murders, though he'd never been able to prove it.
Feared: a Rosato & DiNunzio novel, Lisa Scottoline.
When three men announce that they are suing the Rosato & DiNunzio law firm for reverse sex discrimination, claiming that they were not hired because they were men, Mary DiNunzio and Bennie Rosato are outraged. To make matters worse, their one male employee, John Foxman, intends to resign, claiming that there is some truth to this case.
Pieces of her, Karin Slaughter.
What if the person you thought you knew best turns out to be someone you never knew at all? Andrea Cooper knows everything about her mother, Laura. She knows she's spent her whole life in the small beachside town of Gullaway Island; she knows she's never wanted anything more than to live a quiet life as a pillar of the community; she knows she's never kept a secret in her life.
The guilty dead, P. J. Tracy.
Gregory Norwood, wealthy businessman and close friend of Minnesota's leading candidate for Governor, is found dead on the first anniversary of his son's drug overdose. It seems clear to Detectives Gino and Magozzi that grief drove him to suicide. Until they realize that this left-handed man seems to have used his right hand to pull the trigger.
The death of Mrs. Westaway, Ruth Ware.
On a day that begins like any other, Hal receives a mysterious letter bequeathing her a substantial inheritance. She realizes very quickly that the letter was sent to the wrong person, but also that the cold-reading skills she's honed as a tarot card reader might help her claim the money. Soon, Hal finds herself at the funeral of the deceased where it dawns on her that there is something very, very wrong about this strange situation and the inheritance at the center of it.
The money shot, Stuart Woods and Parnell Hall.
Ever a man of mystery and intrigue, Teddy Fay has donned a new disguise; that of Mark Weldon, a stuntman and actor starring in Centurion Pictures' newest film. When the picture's leading lady begins receiving blackmail threats, Teddy is in the perfect position to investigate, and it soon becomes clear that the villains have more in their sights than just money.

New Zealand Fiction

The floating basin, Carolyn Hawes.
The ripples raced across to the islands; the rushes shuddered and were sucked beneath the water; seconds later they sprang back in surprise. Detective Ru Clement is a new addition to the New Zealand crime scene. A body is discovered in a tidal lagoon on the South Island's west coast and Ru must untangle a complicated web of past and present events, including those in his own life.
Art of temptation, Steffanie Holmes.
The evil wolf Isengrim has captured Ryan's mother and brother, and has plans to sacrifice them as part of a dark spell to swell his shifter army with Barghests - terrifying spectral dogs that feast on the blood of battle. Only Ryan and Alex stand in the way of an all out human-shifter war.
Hollow, Steffanie Holmes.
The Hollow is no ordinary haunted house. The rooms change places, the walls are closing in, and every day the house gets closer to being crushed beneath the weight of the void between worlds. Aisling is the Hollow's last protector, a young woman ready to sacrifice herself to protect her family's magic from falling into the hands of the fae.
The castle of fire and fable, Steffanie Holmes.
Five beautiful witches … one painful choice. Now that the secrets of Maeve's past have been revealed, she begins to embrace her newfound powers. Being a witch and a science geek makes her head hurt at times, but luckily she's got Corbin, Arthur, Flynn, Rowan, and Blake to awaken her powers and tend her broken heart.
On a bodgie bike: a Dan Delaney mystery, David McGill.
Two bikies steal a precious religious vessel and a man is killed in the course of the burglary. Set in the West Auckland area known as Dallie Valley in 1955 at the beginning of the bikie era, one of the delinquents is charged with murder. His uncle Dan Delaney, former detective and spy, is asked to sort out the charge.
Lena takes a foal, Lizzi Tremayne.
After a messy divorce, Kit Allen returns to his first loves - horses and his old veterinary school alma mater. He excels at imparting his knowledge to students and is determined to earn a tenure track position. Becoming involved with anything but a pager -ever - isn't in the cards. Especially a talented and beautiful student in need of his assistance.
Sweet home summer, Michelle Vernal.
Sometimes, home really is where the heart is. Leaving behind her hi-flying career in London, Isla Brookes has had enough. Burnt out and tired of an unfulfilling profession and lousy boyfriends, it's time for her to go home. Arriving back in cosy Bibury to stay with her grandmother, Bridget, everything is charmingly familiar.


Tempted by Dr Patera, Tina Beckett.
Back in Dr Xenakis' arms, Amalie Berlin.
A mistress, a scandal, a ring, Angela Bissell.
Amber and the rogue prince, Ally Blake.
Secret twins for the Texan, Karen Booth.
Be my Valentino: a Jessie Stanton novel, Sandra D. Bricker.
Now that the whole truth has come out about her husband's double life, including the fact that she and Jack were never legally married, Jessie is standing on her own for the first time in her life.
The brooding surgeon's baby bombshell, Susan Carlisle.
Billionaire's bargain, Maureen Child.
From doctor to princess?, Annie Claydon.
Bound to her desert captor, Michelle Conder.
Claiming his pregnant innocent, Maggie Cox.
The bride's baby of shame, Caitlin Crews.
Somewhere beyond the sea, Miranda Dickinson.
Can you fall in love with someone before you've even met? Seren MacArthur is living a life she never intended. Trying to save the Cornish seaside business her late father built while grieving for his loss she has put her own dreams on hold and is struggling. Until she discovers a half-finished seaglass star on her favourite beach during an early morning walk.
Miss White and the seventh heir, Jennifer Faye.
Summer romance with the Italian tycoon, Jessica Gilmore.
Da Rocha's convenient heir, Lynne Graham.
The doctor's Cinderella, Susanne Hampton.
The cattleman's journey, Barbara Hannay.
Reece: Reece Weston had never held a baby until the night he saved pregnant Jess Cassidy during a raging storm and delivered her tiny daughter. Jess has never forgotten her rescuer. So, when her baby is a few months old, she seizes the chance to repay the favour.
Reunited at the altar, Kate Hardy.
Unlocking the Italian doc's heart, Kate Hardy.
The legend of Nimway Hall: 1794 - Charlotte, Karen Hawkins.
Miss Charlotte Harrington knows what's expected of her. Properly raised and newly reminded of her duties after the unexpected death of her far-more-perfect twin sister, Charlotte is resigned to wedding the son of a near neighboring land owner and live a sedate and proper, respectable life.
His million-dollar marriage proposal, Jennifer Hayward.
Saving the single dad doc, Louise Heaton.
Crowned for the sheikh's baby, Sharon Kendrick.
The tycoon's scandalous proposition, Miranda Lee.
The secret the Italian claims, Jennie Lucas.
Baby miracle in the ER, Sue MacKay.
Cottage by the sea: a novel, Debbie Macomber.
Annie Marlow has been through the worst. Rocked by tragedy, she heads to the one place that makes her happy: Oceanside in the Pacific Northwest, the destination of many family vacations when Annie was a teenager. Once there, Annie begins to restore her broken spirit, thanks in part to the folks she meets.
The midwife's one-night fling, Carol Marinelli.
Holly's heart: an outback brides romance, Fiona McArthur.
Doctor Ben Briely is keen to settle into life as a small town general practitioner and help his grandmother run Briely Park. The city life was never for him. He's finally found the peace he's longed for, until the arrival of that one woman he's never been able to forget, threatens to shatter it all.
Tycoon's forbidden Cinderella, Melanie Milburne.
One night with Dr Nikolaides, Annie O'Neil.
Blackmailed by the Greek's vows, Tara Pammi.
Road trip with the best man, Sophie Pembroke.
Kidnapped for his royal duty, Jane Porter.
The forbidden brother, Joanne Rock.
Jillian Ross craves adventure. And she gets it when her new career as a film scout leads her to the ranch owned by the wealthy Wyoming McNeills. Giving in to temptation with the playboy McNeill causes havoc; since it's actually his reclusive twin, Cody, she's fallen for!
A date with Dr Moustakas, Amy Ruttan.
Best man and the runaway bride, Kandy Shepherd.
Tempted by her island millionaire, Nina Singh.
Billionaire's bride for revenge, Michelle Smart.
The sheikh's shock child, Susan Stephens.
Inherited for the royal bed, Annie West.
A diamond deal with her boss, Cathy Williams.
Locked down with the army doc, Scarlet Wilson.
When Dr Amber Berkeley meets Jack at a conference in Hawaii, she never imagines they'll end up locked down together in the middle of a hurricane! Army doc Jack's take charge attitude pushes straight-talking Amber's buttons; until their sparks ignite into a fierce attraction!
Falling for the Venetian billionaire, Rebecca Winters.
The nanny proposal, Joss Wood.


The girl from Munich, Tania Blanchard.
Growing up in Hitler's Germany, Charlotte von Klein has big dreams for the future. Her mind is full of plans for a sumptuous wedding to her childhood sweetheart Heinrich while working for the Luftwaffe, proudly giving her all for the Fatherland. But in 1943, the tide of the war is turning against Germany, and Lotte's life of privilege and comfort begins to collapsing around her.
A woman's fortune, Josephine Cox.
In the middle of the night, Evie is torn away from her beloved home and close-knit community, as her family run away to the south. Her father's luck has finally run out but, what should mark a hopeful new beginning, is just the start of young Evie's troubles.
The summer of secrets, Barbara Hannay.
Sydney journalist Chloe Brown is painfully aware that her biological clock isn't just ticking, it's booming. When her long term boyfriend finally admits he never wants children, Chloe is devastated. Impulsively, she moves as far from disappointment as she can; to a job on a small country newspaper in Queensland's far north.
Girls of the Great War, Freda Lightfoot.
Cecily Hanson longs to live life on her own terms; to leave the shadow of her overbearing mother and marry her childhood sweetheart once he returns from the Great War. But when her fiancé is lost at sea, this future is shattered. Looking for meaning again, she decides to perform for the troops in France.
The temptation of Gracie, Santa Montefiore.
Gracie Burton is a grandmother, living quietly in Devon. She has rarely left the village over the past 40 years. Her daughter, Carina, is immensely high-powered with her own fast-paced business in London. She has very little time for her 17-year-old daughter, Anastasia, away at boarding school, and even less time for her aging mother.
The bomb girl brides, Daisy Styles.
It's 1944 and Britain is a country at war. The young women of the Phoenix munitions factory are giving their all to the cause, but romance is beckoning. The life of a Bomb Girl isn't usually glamourous. But Maggie is getting married, so she is going to make sure her wedding day is; even if she does have to spend every other day slaving on the factory floor.


River of bones, Taylor Anderson.
Commander Matt Reddy and his crew are afraid it may finally be the end of the USS Walker. Ever since their ship was transported to another world, and they became embroiled in a deadly conflict between the Lemurians and the vicious Grik, the Walker has been taking a pounding.
Record of a spaceborn few, Becky Chambers.
Hundreds of years ago, the last humans on Earth boarded the Exodus Fleet in search of a new home among the stars. After centuries spent wandering empty space, their descendants were eventually accepted by the well-established species that govern the Milky Way.
Obscura, Joe Hart.
In the near future, an aggressive and terrifying new form of dementia is affecting victims of all ages. The cause is unknown, and the symptoms are disturbing. Dr. Gillian Ryan is on the cutting edge of research and desperately determined to find a cure. She's already lost her husband to the disease, and now her young daughter is slowly succumbing as well.
The biggerers, Amy Lilwall.
Everybody became a bit mean. A bit individual. Units. That's all humanity could say for itself; well, it couldn't actually, because it was made up of too many, um, units. And then there were the elderly, who could never bear to be so isolated, yet isolated they were. It was cruel, really it was.
Side life, Steve Toutonghi.
Vin, a down-on-his-luck young tech entrepreneur forced out of the software company he started, takes a job house-sitting a beautiful Seattle mansion. There he discovers that the owner; who has been missing for a year, has built a secret basement lab. In the lab there are computers, wired caskets, and a thick, dog-eared notebook filled with codes, odd symbols and strange drawings.
Plan for chaos, John Wyndham.
In a city that could well be New York, a series of identical women are found dead in suspicious circumstances. Magazine photographer Johnny Farthing, who is reporting on the suspected murders, is chilled to discover that his fiancée looks identical to the victims too; and then she disappears.