Captivating stories? Check. Unforgettable characters? Yup. Thrilling twists? Sure. Big-name authors? Tick. Smouldering romance? Uh huh. Laugh-out-loud one-liners? Of course. Pure escapism? Always.
For fabulous summer reading, whatever your literary leanings, we’ve got you covered.
Blueberry is a heart-warming debut novel about starting over, as a little blueberry orchard in the hills offers one woman the chance to change her life forever...
What happens when you discover the man of your dreams is going out with your best friend?
What would you do if your sworn enemy was also your soulmate?
'Intelligent and sophisticated - a crime story told the way Picasso painted pictures. Highly recommended.' Lee Child
Annie's mother is a serial killer.
Murder and corruption at the highest level in the thrilling follow-up to the bestseller Private India
From Princess Leia herself: another brilliantly hilarious self-examination of her unlikely life and times.
The new crime novel from Belinda Bauer, twice winner of Crime Novelist of the Year, author of Rubbernecker and Blacklands. 'One of the most individual of crime writers . . . Bauer is streets ahead of most of her rivals' Independent
The phenomenal bestseller that won hearts the world over.
BookShots are short, high-impact stories by James Patterson and other writers that can be read in one sitting. Each and every one is fast-paced, 100% story-driven; a shot of pure and satisfying entertainment. Available as compact paperbacks, ebooks and audio.
A compelling novel about art and power, courage and cowardice from the Booker-winning author of The Sense of An Ending
THE BOOK CLUB PICK OF 2016! The River House is a spellbinding debut novel, resonant of childhoods past and the beauty of the Australian countryside.
From the first thrill of lust, to the joys and fears of real commitment, to the deep problems that surface slowly over two shared lifetimes, this is the story of a marriage. It is the story of modern relationships and how to survive them. Playful, wise and profoundly moving, The Course of Love is a delightful return to the novel by Alain de Botton, twenty years after his debut Essays in Love.