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The Swimmers – Julie Otsuka


For Alice, who swims there daily, the local pool is a haven free from the pressures of the outside world. But when the pool is suddenly closed for repairs her rhythms are disrupted. A graceful, sensitive portrait of shared ritual, relationships and memory.

The Three Graces – Amanda Craig (Signed)


Signed by the author.

When Enzo shoots an illegal migrant from his bedroom one night, it triggers a series of events that embroil old and young, rich and poor, native and foreign. His elderly neighbours Ruth, Diana and Marta are three friends who have retired to Tuscany. Ruth’s favourite grandson Olly is about to get married from her idyllic hillside farmhouse; however, the bride, Tania, seems curiously unengaged by anything but vlogging as a social media influencer. Marta, preparing to give the annual music recital sponsored by a Russian oligarch in hiding from Putin, is increasingly unwell, and her grandson, Xan, is full of resentment at the inequalities he encounters.

Diana is nursing her husband, Lord Evenlode, who is living with dementia, and looking back over a long and troubled marriage. Over two weeks in May, all these characters will face challenging choices as they grapple with their own past and with present dangers. For although the Tuscan spring looks as ravishing as a Renaissance painting, the realities of modern life make it harder and harder to believe that there is more that unites us than what keeps us apart.

The Trio – Johanna Hedman


Please note that this title is not published until July 6th.

An elegant, bittersweet meditation on love, intimacy, jealousy and freedom telling the story of Thora, August, and Hugo who meet in Stockholm and drift between London, Berlin, and Paris, reconfiguring their relationships and negotiating what each means to the others.

The Wolf Hunt – Ayelet Gundar-Goshen


A masterful depiction of how a seemingly safe life can implode, presented as a suspenseful, unsettling examination of what happens when a mother begins to suspect her teenage son of deceiving her in relation to a local crime.