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Absolutely and Forever – Rose Tremain

£16.99

Teenage Marianne falls deeply in love with her neighbour Simon, but when he leaves her dreams of their future are shattered. Undaunted, she departs the suburbs for 1960s Chelsea and the thrills of independence. A delightful coming of age story about acceptance and being true to oneself.

Absolution – Alice McDermott

£16.99

An affecting depiction of the role of women on the periphery in times of conflict set in Saigon in 1963 where two service wives, navigating the moral complexities of supporting their husbands, form a wary alliance.

Act of Oblivion – Robert Harris

£9.99

A pacy, imaginative recreation of the manhunt for the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, split between an England torn apart by war and the distant shores of the New World to which the fugitive escape.

Ancestry – Simon Mawer

£9.99

The author skilfully mines his own family stories in this inventive and intriguing blend of historical fiction and archival research which vividly recreates the lives of some of his forebears over the past two hundred years.

Bad Relations – Cressida Connolly

£9.99

A subtle family saga which begins with the experiences of William Gale in the horror of the Crimean war, in which he is awarded the Victoria Cross, and details the psychological effects on his family down the generations.

Bad Relations – Cressida Connolly

£9.99

A subtle family saga which begins with the experiences of William Gale in the horror of the Crimean war, in which he is awarded the Victoria Cross, and details the psychological effects on his family down the generations.

Baumgartner – Paul Auster

£18.99

Sy Baumgartner decides to alleviate the loneliness and boredom of retirement by reading his late wife Anna’s papers, diaries and poems. A tender love story: witty, playful, moving and compassionate.

Best of Friends – Kamila Shamsie

£9.00

Skilful depiction of the enduring strengths and ongoing faultlines in the friendship between Maryan and Zahra, from their girlhood secrets and skirmishes in Karachi to their present day professional lives in London.