When human bones are discovered in the quiet Irish village of Duneen, the community is thrown into disarray as secrets are on the brink of being revealed. A compelling mystery packed with engaging characters.
Les Parisiennes by Anne Sebba (W&N)
In 1939, the Germans
marched into Paris. But a number of Parisian women dared stand up to
Hitler. Why did some collaborate and some resist? How did they make
their choices? A fascinating and illuminating account.
Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult (Hodder)
When a baby dies,
a midwife is accused of murder by its father, a white supremacist. A
thought-provoking and unputdownable novel about race and prejudice that
shows Picoult at her very best.
A Dangerous Innocence by Artemis Cooper (John Murray)
Bestselling novelist and author of the much-loved Cazalet Chronicles, Elizabeth Jane Howard led a colourful life. Through interviews with friends and family, this long-awaited biography throws light on her work, marriages and more.
Cartes Postales from Greece by Victoria Hislop (Headline)
goes to Greece to follow in the footsteps of a broken-hearted man who
has travelled the country. This wonderful, illuminating novel is a
Swing time by Zadie Smith (Hamish Hamilton)
A meeting at a
north London dance class cements the friendship between two little
girls. Race, class, poverty and parenthood power this remarkable and
Mount! by Jilly Cooper (Bantam)
He’s back! Rupert
Campbell-Black will do anything to ensure his horse Love Rat is declared
champion. Cooper is on top form with a novel as sparkling as any
Inside Vogue by Alexandra Shulman
(Fig Tree) A glamorous
gossipy diary from Vogue’s editor-in-chief that charts the magazine’s
centenary year. Packed with personal insights, behind-the-scenes footage
and the low-down on her relationships with the stars of the fashion