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The Noise of Time

Julian Barnes   £7.99

The fictional account of Shostakovich’s life as an artist in a totalitarian state.

If I Should Die

Matthew Frank  £7.99

Brilliantly-crafted crime novel First in a series. Local author.

The Weatherhouse

Nan Shepherd  £8.99

Exquisite portrait of a community coming to terms with the brutal losses of WWI.

Golden Hill

Francis Spufford       £8.99

Remarkably fresh and visual evocation of 1740’s New York.

Everyone Brave is Forgiven

Chris Cleave  £7.99

Loosely based on the story of his grandparents - wit and wisdom, a cliché-free novel of love in WWII.

The Outside Lands

Hannah Kohler  £7.99

1960s California to Vietnam. Compelling debut: the impact of historical events on small town lives.

The Vanishing Futurist


Charlotte Hobson  £7.99

22 year old governess travels from Cornwall to Russia in 1917 - Revolution!  And a new life with experimental communist ideals …

Mothering Sunday


Graham Swift  £8.99

Powerful novella. ‘1924, a society struggling with the death toll of WWI.’

What Belongs to You


Garth Greenwell £7.99

Unanimously acclaimed: ‘A compassionate meditation of the slipperiness of desire.’



Tom Bullough  £8.99

A hymn to nature and an exquisite tale of a farmer in the welsh borders.

My Name Is Lucy Barton


Elizabeth Strout £8.99

A heart-wrenching story of mothers and daughters from the Pulitzer prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge.

The Girls


Emma Cline  £7.99

California 1969: excellent debut novel of adolescence and female friendships.

The Essex Serpent


Sarah Perry  £7.99

Science, religion, faith, friendship, and desire on the Essex marshes, 1893.

The Tidal Zone


Sarah Moss  £8.99

Unflinching, courageous, and riveting, this exploration of family life centres around cataclysmic event and its aftermath.



Jess Kidd  £7.99

Murder, mayhem and magical realism in an Irish village.

The Underground Railroad


Colson Whitehead

Thrilling and compelling tale of a young woman escaping the horrors of slavery. Favourite of Barack Obama.

Days Without End


Sebastian Barry £7.99

Violent, superbly written western set in mid 19th century America. 2016 Costa Winner from the author of The Secret Scripture.


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Dadland:  A Journey into Uncharted Territory

Keggie Carew  £8.99

Costa Biography Award Winner 2016.  A daughter’s account of her  maverick war-hero father.

Barbarian Days:  A Surfing Life

William Finnegan £9.99

2016 Pulitzer Prize for Autobiography and inspired winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year. An addictive and brilliant read.

But You Did Not Come Back:  A Memoir

Marceline Loridan-Ivens £12.99

Breathtaking memoir of a holocaust survivor, and a deeply affecting message from a daughter to her father.

When Breath Becomes Air

Paul Kalanithi  £12.99

A dying surgeon contemplates his past in a devastating farewell.

The Living Mountain

Nan Shepherd  £8.99

Nature writing at its finest, charting the magnificent Cairngorm mountains of Scotland.

Summer Before the Dark

Volker Weidermann £12.99

A rich and entertaining portrait of a group of artists in Ostend, 1936.

Boys in the Trees: A Memoir

Carly Simon  £9.99

Beautifully-written memoir about the pains and joys of love and art.

The Return


Hisham Matar  £9.99

Fathers and sons: a memoir of exile, loss and love.

Let Them Eat Chaos

Kate Tempest  £9.99

Long single poem: 7 neighbours in a London street offered a chance to connect…


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