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Liberation Day – George Saunders


The Booker prizewinning author of Lincoln in the Bardo returns with a masterful new collection of stories: pithy, tragic, exhilarrating, absurdly funny, with superb interior monologues.

Lucy by the Sea – Elizabeth Strout


As Covid strikes, Lucy’s scientist ex-husband William takes command and hurries her out of New York to a rented house on the coast of Maine. A masterly depiction of complex and shifting relationships set against mounting social and political tensions in the outside world.

Molly & the Captain – Anthony Quinn


Three interlinked narratives which explore the fate and provenance of two related portraits. A vivid evocation of period detail and a moving meditation on the themes of art, beauty, and love.

Mrs March – Virginia Feito


An unsettling, darkly funny exploration of identity, control and paranoia featuring Mrs March, who loses her bearings and sense of self when questions are asked about the identity of the protagonist of her husband’s latest novel.

My Father’s House – Joseph O’Connor (Signed)


Signed by the author.

September 1943: German forces occupy Rome.

SS officer Paul Hauptmann rules with terror. An Irish priest, Hugh O’Flaherty, dedicates himself to helping those escaping from the Nazis. His home is Vatican City, a neutral, independent country within Rome where the occupiers hold no sway.

He gathers a team to set up an Escape Line. But Hauptmann’s net begins closing in and the need for a terrifyingly audacious mission grows critical. By Christmas, it’s too late to turn back.

Based on a true story, My Father’s House is a powerful thriller from a master of historical fiction. It is an unforgettable novel of love, sacrifice and what it means to be human in the most extreme circumstances.