You Have a Friend in 10A – Maggie Shipstead

Published By: Random HousePages: 288Released On: 26/05/2022 A collection of sparkling award-winning stories from Maggie Shipstead, epic storyteller and astonishing chronicler of the daring and the damaged. Diving into eclectic and vivid settings, from an Olympic village to a deathbed in Paris to a Pacific atoll, and illuminating a cast of unforgettable characters, Shipstead traversesContinue reading “You Have a Friend in 10A – Maggie Shipstead”

The Wedding Season – Katy Birchall

Published By: Hodder and StoughtonPages: 400Released On: 26/05/2022 Freya Scott is getting married. Her wedding to Matthew, her long-term boyfriend, is the first of eight in her calendar this year, and as someone who prides herself on being meticulously organised, Freya is intent on making it the perfect day to remember. But when Matthew callsContinue reading “The Wedding Season – Katy Birchall”

Summer at The French Cafe – Sue Moorcroft

Published By: AvonPages: 368Released On: 12/05/2022 Sparkling sun, strolls in the gorgeous French countryside, that first sip of cool, crisp wine – Summer is Kat’s favourite season. And this year should be no exception… As soon as Kat Jenson set foot in the idyllic French village of Kirchhoffen, she knew she’d found her home. Now she has a dreamyContinue reading “Summer at The French Cafe – Sue Moorcroft”

The Slow Lane Walkers Club – Rosa Temple

Published By: Simon and SchusterPages: 368Released On: 26/05/2022 Daniel isn’t used to living life in the slow lane. So when he finds himself unexpectedly jobless and back in his old Cornish hometown, he can’t sit still. Hazel used to be adventurous too. But now widowed and in her eighties, she barely leaves the house. When sheContinue reading “The Slow Lane Walkers Club – Rosa Temple”

Duckling – Eve Ainsworth

Published By: PenguinPages: 381Released On: 26/05/2022 Lucy’s life is small, but safe. She’s got a good routine. But all that’s about to change. When Lucy’s neighbour asks her to look after her little girl for a couple of hours – and then doesn’t come back – Lucy is suddenly responsible for someone other than herself.Continue reading “Duckling – Eve Ainsworth”

Beach House Summer – Sarah Morgan

Published By: HQPages: 416Released On: 26/05/2022 When Joanna Whitman’s famous ex-husband dies in a car accident, she doesn’t know what to feel. Their dysfunctional marriage held more painful secrets than she cares to remember. But when she discovers that the young woman with him in the crash is pregnant, Joanna feels compelled to act, knowingContinue reading “Beach House Summer – Sarah Morgan”

Wild Fires – Sophie Jai

Published By: Borough Press Pages: 320Released On: 12/05/2022 Grief is like an inside joke: you have to have been there to really get it. The only things Cassandra knows about her family are the stories she’s heard in snatches over the years: about the aunt and cousin she never got to meet, about the man from the folded-upContinue reading “Wild Fires – Sophie Jai”

The Swimmers – Chloe Lane

Published By: GallicPages: 208Released On: 19/05/2022 When an affair ends badly and takes her career down with it, 26-year-old Erin leaves Auckland to spend the holiday weekend with her aunt, uncle, and terminally ill mother at their suburban family home. On arrival she learns that her mother has decided to take matters into her ownContinue reading “The Swimmers – Chloe Lane”

Lessons in Chemistry – Bonnie Garmus

Published By: DoubledayPages: 400Released On: 05/04/2022 Chemist Elizabeth Zott is not your average woman. In fact, Elizabeth Zott would be the first to point out that there is no such thing. But it’s the early 1960s and her all-male team at Hastings Research Institute take a very unscientific view of equality. Except for one: CalvinContinue reading “Lessons in Chemistry – Bonnie Garmus”

The Memory Keeper of Kyiv – Erin Litteken

Published By: BoldwoodPages: 373Released On: 16/05/2022 In the 1930s, Stalin’s activists marched through the Soviet Union, espousing the greatness of collective farming. It was the first step in creating a man-made famine that, in Ukraine, stole almost 4 million lives. Inspired by the history the world forgot, and the Russian government denies, Erin Litteken reimaginesContinue reading “The Memory Keeper of Kyiv – Erin Litteken”