Our favourite Summer Reads
If you're anything like us, the only thing better than sitting on the beach, enjoying the hot summer days is reading on the beach. To help you out deciding your next read, we've put together a collection of our favourite books for this summer (we can never agree on just one book!). From Differently Normal and Coming Home to Island House to A Damned Serious Business and The Immortalists, there's something for everyone - no matter your reading tastes.
Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow
Step Boldly into Nevermoor and meet a hero for a new generation, 11 year old Morrigan Crow.
A Damned Serious Business
There is a new cold war raging and its frontline warriors are Russian hackers - gang-members often working freelance for the FSB, successor to the KGB. Massive thefts of personal information, electoral interference, catastrophic disruption of commercial and social services, banks, airlines, even whole countries disabled - this is happening now.
A Question of Trust
When a man is faced with a dilemma that threatens his principles, his reputation, his marriage and a child, what choices will he make? An irresistible novel from the No 1 bestselling Penny Vincenzi.
Dark in Death
There's always a reason for murder. But when a young actress is killed in a swift and violent attack at a cinema screening, that reason is hard to fathom - even for Lieutenant Eve Dallas and her team.
Heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal measure, Differently Normal is about first love and the sacrifices you'll make for the ones you hold close. Tammy Robinson is a local author on the global stage. Rights sold in the UK, Australia and New Zealand in a six-figure deal and approaching 1,000 five-star online reviews and counting.
A sweeping novel of remarkable ambition and depth, The Immortalists is a story about how we live, how we die, and what we do with the time we have.
Little Fires Everywhere
Little Fires Everywhere explores the weight of long-held secrets and the ferocious pull of motherhood-and the danger of believing that planning and following the rules can avert disaster, or heartbreak.
'To say I love this book is an understatement... It moved me to tears' - Reese Witherspoon
Voted 'Best in Fiction' in the Goodreads 2017 People's Choice Awards, and awarded 'Best in Literiture and Fiction' for 2017 by Amazon.
The Rooster Bar
John Grisham's newest legal thriller takes you inside a law firm that shouldn't exist. Ingenious, immersive and page-turning, it's a legal thriller bar none.
Late one night a man walks into the home of Harry McNamara and his wife Julie. The man launches an unspeakably brutal attack on Harry as a horror-struck Julie watches, frozen by fear. Just an hour later the attacker has handed himself in to the police. He confesses to beating Harry to death, but claims that the assault was not premeditated and that he didn't know the identity of his victim. Was this really a random act of violence or is it linked to one of Harry's many sins: corruption, greed, betrayal?
Coming Home to Island House
It's the summer of 1939, and Romily Temple returns home to Island House and the love of her life, the charismatic Jack Devereux. But when Jack falls ill, his estranged family are called home. With war now declared, each member of the family is reluctantly forced to accept their new stepmother and confront their own shortcomings.
Vicky Lewis is a force to be reckoned with: not yet thirty and already crew manager in the London Fire Brigade, she's destined for great things.But when she enters a burning building to save a man's life and leaves it with catastrophic injuries, all that changes. She's shunted over to the Fire Investigation Unit, where she's forced to team up with cantankerous veteran Des Farmer, aka the Grouch. When Vicky stumbles across the Grouch's off-the-books investigation into the fiery deaths of a series of young, blonde women, she decides to join him in his search for the truth.
This Could Change Everything
If Essie hadn't written that letter - the one that went viral - she'd never have found out just how much life there is to be lived... The funny and feel-good new novel from Jill Mansell, the Sunday Times bestselling author of Meet me at Beachcomber Bay and The One You Really Want.
This is What Happened
From CWA Gold Dagger winner Mick Herron comes a shocking, twisted novel of psychological suspense about one woman's attempt to be better than ordinary.
With one drop of blood, the old world is gone for ever. And in its place, something extraordinary begins...