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About A Woman Made of Snow Publisher: Corvus; Main edition (7 Oct. 2021) Hardcover: 304 pages Scotland, 1949: Caroline Gillan and her new husband Alasdair have moved back to Kelly Castle, his dilapidated family estate in the middle of nowhere. Stuck caring for their tiny baby, and trying to find her way with an opinionated […]
About How to Kill Your Best Friend Publisher: Corvus; Main edition (2 Sept. 2021) Hardcover : 320 pages The perfect getaway – to get away with murder… Georgie, Lissa and Bronwyn have been best friends since they met on their college swimming team. Now Lissa is dead – drowned off the coast of the remote […]
About The Cat and the City Publisher : Atlantic Books; Main edition (6 May 2021) Paperback : 304 pages ‘A love letter to Japan and its literature’ Rowan Hisayo Buchanan ‘Ingenious… Touching, surprising and sometimes heartbreaking’ Guardian ‘An ideal tonic for anyone craving far-flung adventure’ Mail on Sunday ‘If you’re itching to read a new novel by David Mitchell…try this’ The […]
About Little Secrets Publisher : Corvus; Main edition (4 Mar. 2021) Paperback : 352 pages A BookRiot Best Book of 2020 ‘ Shocking, twisted and brilliant . For fans of Shari Lapena, Liz Nugent and Gillian Flynn. Excellent.’ Will Dean ______________ All it takes to unravel a life … is one home truth. Marin used to have it all. […]
About Milk Blood Heat: Stories Publisher : Atlantic Books; Main edition (6 May 2021) Hardcover : 208 pages A thirteen-year-old girl watches her white best friend totter along the edge of a building roof; a woman who lost her child in its first trimester finds empathy and horror in the waters of a city aquarium; a mother protects […]
Please join us for a UK Instagram tour for THE LOST LIGHTS OF ST. KILDA About The Lost Lights of St. Kilda Hardcover : 288 pages Publisher : Corvus; Main Edition (5 Mar. 2020) ‘Desperately romantic, lyrically written and with a fascinating plot’ Katie Fforde 1927: When Fred Lawson takes a summer job on St Kilda, little does […]