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Tasting Sunlight – Ewald Arenz

£8.99

Uplifting and moving, this is a beautifully drawn portrait of women’s friendship across generations, of the need for honesty and acceptance in families, and of the restorative power of connecting to the rhythms of the natural world.

The Anomaly – Hervé le Tellier

£9.99

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

A transatlantic flight lands safely after experiencing turbulence; three months later the same flight with the same people, lands again. A compelling and convincing exploration of a seemingly impossible situation with a surprising yet elegant resolution.

The Dolphin House – Audrey Schulman

£12.99

Please note that this title is not published until August 11th.

A young deaf woman with an extraordinary gift for observation joins a scientific team which aims to teach human language to four captive dolphins. A fascinating exploration of communication between species and also between genders in a male dominated world.

The Flight Portfolio – Julie Orringer

£9.99

Varian Fry, a young American journalist in Marseilles in 1940 plans to rescue artists and writers by smuggling them over the Pyrenees. Based on true events this is a riveting story of extraordinary courage, friendship and compassion.

The Fortune Men – Nadifa Mohamed

£8.99

Set in 1950s Tiger Bay, this is the story, told with vigour, character and humour, of a profound miscarriage of justice, which led to the execution of an innocent man, one of the last hanged in Wales.

The Gardener – Salley Vickers

£8.99

Two sisters buy a ramshackle house on the Welsh Marches. While one works in London the other embeds herself in her new home and community and restores the neglected garden. A charming meditation on belonging and the power of place.

The Glass Pearls – Emeric Pressburger

£8.99

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

Magnificent and disturbing novel about Karl Braun, a nondescript piano tuner who has spent twenty years hiding in plain sight from his past in a concentration camp. A visit from a former colleague convinces him that he is being followed.

The Great Mistake – Jonathan Lee

£8.99

An entertaining and thoughtful fictional recreation of the life and death of one of the key figures in the 19th-century development of New York City, a man of remarkable achievment who is now almost forgotten.

The Inseparables – Simone de Beauvoir

£8.99

A newly translated novel, written in 1954 but unpublished during the author’s lifetime; both a passionate depiction of the joys of shared intellectual curiosity and a fierce indictment of the social pressures exerted on young women.

The Lamplighters – Emma Stonex

£8.99

Atmospheric mystery story, inspired by real events surrounding the sudden and unexplained disappearance of three keepers from a remote lighthouse off the Cornish coast, told partly by the men, as they work on rotating shifts and partly by their wives, waiting for them a few miles away on shore.

The Lincoln Highway – Amor Towles

£9.99

18 year-old Emmett, newly released from a work farm and ready for an epic road trip with his younger brother, finds his plans thwarted by a pair of stowaways who have a different destination in mind.

The Martins – David Foenkinos

£9.99

Highly entertaining novel about a writer, at a loss for a subject, who decides to write a novel about the first person he meets without understanding how his presence in their life changes them and also means he cannot control his characters.

The Night Interns – Austin Duffy

£12.99

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

Darkly funny story of three surgical interns dealing with the monotony, exhaustion and intermittent life-and-death crises on the lowest rank of an unforgivingly hierarchical and dysfunctional system.

The Paper Palace – Miranda Cowley Heller

£8.99

A taut, gripping story set at a Cope Cod holiday home over an increasingly tense 24 hour period in which a past secret comes to light and destabilises the equilibrium between Elle, a 50-uear-old mother of three, her husband, and a childhood friend.

The Promise – Damon Galgut

£8.99

Set over several decasdes on a farm outside Pretoria, an outstanding depiction of family members as a promise made to the maid Salome by her former mistress fails to be honoured following the latter’s death.

The Rack – A. E. Ellis

£10.99

Reissue of a powerful and moving account of a man undergoing gruelling treatment in a Swiss sanatorium for TB, and falling in love, based on the experiences of the author, Derek Lindsay, a long time local resident and friend of our shop.