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Lean Fall Stand – Jon McGregor


When three men go out on a trip from their research station in Antarctica and get caught in a sudden ice storm, a decision is made with consequences for them and their families. A mesmerising account of courage, sacrifice and self-knowledge.

Lessons – Ian McEwan


Roland Baines, the son of an emotionally repressed army family, arrives at boarding school aged 11. His relationship with a teacher thrwarts his academic progress. A tender, thoughtful novel of unfulfilled promise, self-reflection and acceptance.


Lessons From History – Alex Deane


Books will be delivered to the Savile Club for collection at the event on 18th March – select “Collect from Shop” at the checkout after entering your billing address.

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.

Limelight – Daisy Buchanan (Signed)


Signed by the author.

Frankie has a love-hate relationship with the spotlight. She secretly craves attention, but she is ashamed of that craving. And after a lifetime of comparison to her perfect sister Bean, she has never felt more invisible. She only ever feels seen when she uploads risque photos to her small community of online fans. She creates a new her: confident, sexy and utterly unrecognisable from the real Frankie. Then the worst happens. Bean is diagnosed with cancer. While Frankie wants to fill the freezer with home cooked food, her mother decides she knows better and somehow launches a nationwide cancer fundraiser, with Frankie as the supportive-sister-spokesmodel. Inevitability, her account is found.

Now everyone has their eyes on Frankie. With her family no longer speaking to her, Frankie flounders in her newfound notoriety. Feminists and misogynists rage at her online, while she attracts hundreds of new subscribers. Whether they’re demanding apologies or expecting an empowering call to arms, everyone wants Frankie to explain herself. But how can she explain what she barely understands?Limelight is a story about sisterhood, sexuality, and self-esteem. It’s about how we cope with living in a world which constantly tells us who we are. What happens when we stop listening and start paying attention to who we need to become?

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.