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April in Spain – John Banville

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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.

Case Study – Graeme Macrae Burnet

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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

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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.

Early Morning Riser – Katherine Heiny

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A warm-hearted love story, compassionate and very funny, about Jane, who returns from work one afternoon to find she has locked herself out, and the handsome, obliging locksmith who comes to her rescue.

Great Circle – Maggie Shipstead

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Absorbing account of a fiercely independent and ambitious young aviator and her attempt to circumnavigate the globe, interwoven with the present day tale of an actress starring in a film depicting the pilot’s glamorous and adventerous life.

Harvest – Georgina Harding

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A young Japanese woman visits Norfolk in the 1970s to holiday with her English partner at the farm where he grew up. Against the background of their quiet days the unresolved narrative of his childhood gradually unspools.

Intimacies – Katie Kitamura

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Please note that this title is not published until August 4th.

A translator in the Hague at the International Court strives to settle into the city while her personal relationships play out against the drama and controversy surrounding her work. An eloquent exploration of language and emotional connection.

Lean Fall Stand – Jon McGregor

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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.

Mrs March – Virginia Feito

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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.

News of the Dead – James Robertson

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Please note that this title is not published until August 4th.

Atmospheric novel, set in Scotland, which weaves three narrative strands into a richly textured exploration of personal and national identity, myth, and history. Winner of the 2022 Walter Scott prize for best historic fiction.

Oh William! – Elizabeth Strout

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Lucy and William recalibrate their relationship in the light of a startling discovery about his mother in this subtle examination of the nuances of love and friendship that develop over time and changes of circumstance.

Remote Sympathy – Catherine Chidgey

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A powerful and moving story of Greta, who joins her husband in his new job at Buchenwald in 1943 and befriends her doctor as her health declines, leading her to an awareness of the terrible events taking place in her community.

Rose Nicolson – Andrew Greig

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Dramatic and intriguing story of a St Andrews student in the winter of 1574 who falls in with a young philosopher and his free-thinking sister, set against the political and religious turmoil of post-reformation Scotland.

Second Place – Rachel Cusk

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A woman offers an artist she has never met the chance to stay in a studio in the grounds of her home and soon his presence threatens the stability of her family. A searching study of creativity and the potential for destruction at the root of artistic endeavour.

Sorrow and Bliss – Meg Mason

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Outstanding depiction of the fierce, fragile inner world of Martha, returning to live with her parents after the breakdown of her 20 year long relationship. Full of fury, confusion, and wry self-observation her changing moods are rendered with skill and compassion.