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April in Spain – John Banville


The latest in the series of Quirke novels finds the eponymous pathologist in the Basque country failing to enjoy his holiday with nothing to do but eat, drink, and sleep in the afternoons until he comes into conflict with the pyschopathic Terry Tice.

Bournville – Jonathan Coe


Rich, poignant story of a family living in the Birmingham suburb, which maps the changes in British society over the lasst 75 years – full of gentle nostalgia and sharp, often funny, observation.

Case Study – Graeme Macrae Burnet


An intriguing investigation into the nature of identity, presented as a series of notebooks compiled by a young woman in the 1960s who believes that a charismatic pyschotherapist, based in Primrose Hill, drove her sister to suicide.

China Room – Sunjeev Sahota


A lyrical and moving story of Mehar, one of three women married to Sikh brothers in 1929, kept veiled and confined to perform domestic duties and bear sons, interspersed with the tale of her great-grandson dealing with his experiences of racism and isolation.