The Kitchen Cabinet – Annie Gray

Published By: Ebury/Penguin Random HousePages: 336Released On: 30/09/2021 The official ”The Kitchen Cabinet” compendium is here at last, with over 100 hours of dinner table talk distilled into this handy almanac, a year in the life of our kitchens to aid you in yours. Open up to find food tips and tricks, stories, recipes, anecdotesContinue reading “The Kitchen Cabinet – Annie Gray”

Eight – Fantastical Tales from Here, There and Everywhere – Poornima Manco

Published By: BooksGoSocialReleased On: 30/09/2021 What if… anything was possible? What really lurks beneath the humdrum and the mundane, the ubiquitous and the familiar? And what if you came face to face with it?  Enter a world where goddesses descend to earth, magical creatures materialise out of thin air, ghosts mean well, and limbs have minds ofContinue reading “Eight – Fantastical Tales from Here, There and Everywhere – Poornima Manco”

This Much Is True – Miriam Margolyes

Published By: John Murray (Hachette)Pages: 448Released On: 16/09/2021 BAFTA-winning actor, voice of everything from Monkey to the Cadbury’s Caramel Rabbit, creator of a myriad of unforgettable characters from Lady Whiteadder to Professor Sprout, Miriam is the nation’s favourite (and naughtiest) treasure. Now, at the age of 80, she has finally decided to tell her extraordinaryContinue reading “This Much Is True – Miriam Margolyes”

The Christmas Murder Game – Alexandra Benedict

Published By: ZaffrePages: 400Released On: 30/09/2021 Follow the clues. Find the fortune. Solve the mystery. This Christmas is to die for. Let the game begin. Endgame has kept our secrets for half a century, now it’s time for it, and its secrets, to have a new owner. When Lily returns hone to her aunt’s manorContinue reading “The Christmas Murder Game – Alexandra Benedict”

A Short History of Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce – Massimo Montanari

Published By: Europa CompassPages: 128Released On: 23/09/2021 Is it possible to identify a starting point in history from which everything else unfolds – a single moment that can explain the present and reveal the essence of our identities? According to Massimo Montanari, this is just a myth: by themselves, origins explain very little and historicalContinue reading “A Short History of Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce – Massimo Montanari”

On Christmas Avenue – Ginny Baird

Published By: HallmarkPages: 304Released On: 21/09/2021 Evan, the county sheriff, knows that businesses are struggling in the small town of Clark Creek. But unlike the mayor – who happens to be his mother – he doesn’t think that hiring a Christmas Consultant, whatever that is, will help. Especially when this Christmas consultant proposes a holidayContinue reading “On Christmas Avenue – Ginny Baird”

If Wine Could Talk – Kara Joseph

Published By: Indigo RiversPages: 224Date Released: 21/09/2021 Unlike most soon-to-be college graduates, Kara Joseph found something in wine she couldn’t quite explain. It had nothing to do with the penny wise nights down at the local pub or the off campus mixers. It called to her. It brought people together. The mystery and unshakeable feelingContinue reading “If Wine Could Talk – Kara Joseph”

Christmas at Hope Hall – Pam Rhodes

Published By: Lion FictionPages: 256Released On: 17/09/2021 The march towards the end of the year sees Hope Hall once again buzzing with activity. The lead up to the Harvest Festival sees a stray dog causing a nuisance, and tensions rise between two old schoolmates. The drama only increases as Christmas approaches, and the pants rehearsalsContinue reading “Christmas at Hope Hall – Pam Rhodes”

The Bookbinder’s Daughter – Jessica Thorne

Published By: BookouturePages: 269Released On: 20/09/2021 The song surrounded her now, the murmuring of the library insistent, and her foot took the first step on the winding stairs. She knew it wasn’t entirely a dream. It was the library calling her, it’s magic driving her. When Sophie is offered a job at the Ayredale LibraryContinue reading “The Bookbinder’s Daughter – Jessica Thorne”

The Storyteller of Casablanca – Fiona Valpy

Published By: Amazon PublishingPages: 315Released On: 21/09/2021 Morocco, 1941. With France having fallen to Nazi occupation, twelve year old Josie has fled with her family to Casablanca, where they await safe passage to America. Life here is as intense as the sun, every sight, smell and sound overwhelming to the senses in a city filledContinue reading “The Storyteller of Casablanca – Fiona Valpy”