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I’m Sorry You Feel That Way – Rebecca Wait

£8.99

A smart, perceptive and often hilarious depiction of the fractures in a family blighted by mental illness and dysfunctional parenting as twins Alice and Hanna, reunited after four years apart, attempt to join forces with their older brother to repair relations with their difficult mother.

In the Moment – Neil Mullarkey (Signed)

£12.99

Signed by the author.

There are moments throughout our lives when our confidence and creativity can make all the difference. Discover how to transform your career and grow your network by finding success In The Moment. Every meeting, presentation and conversation is an opportunity to embrace your confidence and show your creative flair.

With insights on collaboration, risk-taking and organization, this book arms you with a complete repertoire of powerful communication tricks and strategies. As both a communication expert and a renowned comedian, Neil Mullarkey is uniquely qualified to demonstrate how you can develop your creativity, communication and confidence in your professional life. With incisive case studies and witty observations, In the Moment is an engaging and illuminating guide to success.

Lessons – Ian McEwan

£9.99

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

Mercury Pictures Presents – Anthony Marra

£9.99

In 1940s Hollywood, Maria, an associate producer at a studio on the verge of bankruptcy, must find a way through her present difficulties while also facing up to her family’s past in fascist Italy in an exploration of the relationship between life and art.

Molly & the Captain – Anthony Quinn

£9.99

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.

Molly & the Captain – Anthony Quinn

£9.99

Please note that this title is not published until August 10th.

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.

Mother’s Boy – Patrick Gale

£9.99

A tender fictional depiction of the life of the poet Charles Causley, with beautifully evoked period detail of World War I action and its aftermath, and a moving examination of the tensions between a life of the mind and personal fulfilment.

On Java Road – Lawrence Osborne

£9.99

An atmospheric thriller set in Hong Kong telling the story of a friendship between Adrian Gayle, a veteran British reporter, and his old university friend Jimmy Tang, which is strained when
a young protestor, a friend of Jimmy’s with whom Adrian has fallen in love, disappears.

Pet – Catherine Chidgey

£14.99

When glamorous new teacher Mrs Price arrives at a New Zealand school she becomes an object of fascination for her pupils, who view for the honour of being her pet. Full of twists, taut and gripping, a superbly rendered study of manipulation and betrayl.

Rattlebone – Maxine Clair

£9.99

Reissued 30 years after its original US publication, this exquisitely written coming-of-age story set in a Black neighbourhood in Kansas City portrays the girlhood of Irene Wilson and the members of her community striving to make their way in a divided America.