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A Room Made of Leaves – Kate Grenville

£8.99

Historical fiction at its best, inspired by the story of Elizabeth Veale, ward of a Devon clergyman, who met and married soldier John Macarthur in 1788 at the age of 21 and set sail for a New South Wales penal colony.

Actress – Anne Enright

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This engaging story of Katherine O’Dell, star of Hollywood and the stage in Dublin and London, is told by her daughter in an attempt to understand the essence of a mother she has only seen through her roles.

All Our Broken Idols – Paul Cooper

£9.99

A haunting, evocative novel which intertwines the story of Aurya and her brother travelling by barge to Nineveh 2500 years ago with that of Katya, at work on a dig in present day Mosul, desperate to protect the ancient ruins.

American Dirt – Jeanine Cummins

£8.99

Compelling story of bookseller Lydia and her 8-year-old son Luca who are forced to flee from Mexico to a cousin in Colorado after her journalist husband and the rest of her family are killed by a narcotics cartel.

Fresh Water for Flowers – Valerie Perrin

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Violette Toussaint, a young caretaker at a cemetery in a small French town has her routine disturbed by a visit from Julian Sole, a police chief, whose family turns out to be intertwined with her own secret past. Full of charm and intrigue.

Ghosts – Dolly Alderton

£8.99

Not published until 22nd July.

Perceptive, thoughtful and funny depiction of the exploits of Nina, a 30+ journalist wrestling with career and family obligations while desperately trying to find lasting romance.

Love and Theft – Stan Parish

£12.99

A taut and entertaining thriller relating what happens when Diane, a caterer, meets Alex, an international jewellery thief and bank robber, neither knowing that they have a shared history, until their past comes to threaten all that they love.

Monogamy – Sue Miller

£8.99

Closely observed story of the long marriage of Annie, a photographer quietly watching others, and Graham, a convivial bookseller always surrounded by a crowd of writers and publishers; and then of the aftermath of that marriage and the disclosure of secrets and indiscretions.

Mr Wilder and Me – Jonathan Coe

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Part homage to a great Hollywood director, part meditation on age and creativity, this is the vividly-remembered story of the narrator Calista’s summer job spent as a translator on a Greek island film set in the 1970’s.