Format: 07/2017
Format: 07/2017
Kiberd, Declan
Declan Kiberd
p>A magisterial survey of the ways in which postwar Irish writers have witnessed the frustration of the promise of Irish independence. /p>
After Ireland by Declan Kiberd
Attlee, James
James Attlee
p>The fascinating story of the genesis, creation and afterlife of Picasso's Guernica, the painting that is often cited as the most important work of art produced in the 20th century. /p>
Guernica by James Attlee
Gerhardie, William
William Gerhardie
p>The unforgettable tale of an eccentric Belgian family through the uncertain years after WW1 and the Russian Revolution. /p>
The Polyglots by William Gerhardie
Hannah, Sophie
Sophie Hannah
p>100 of the best crime stories written by women, selected and introduced by award-winning author Sophie Hannah. /p>
Deadlier by Sophie Hannah
Hollingsworth, Mary
Mary Hollingsworth
p>A fresh telling of the rise and fall of the House of Medici, the family that dominated political and cultural life in Florence for three centuries./p>
The Medici by Mary Hollingsworth
LeBor, Adam
Adam LeBor
p>An intimate history of Arabs and Jews in Jaffa./p>
City of Oranges by Adam LeBor
Mann, Phillip
Phillip Mann
p>A chronicle of dandyism and decadence from Regency England to the late twentieth century. /p>
The Dandy at Dusk by Phillip Mann
Masterton, Graham
Graham Masterton
> Beatrice Scarlet, Book 02
p>Beatrice Scarlet, the apothecary's daughter, returns to 18th-century London to solve a murder case steeped in witchcraft. /p>
The Coven by Graham Masterton
Rahill, Elske
Elske Rahill
p>A collection of stories from a new Irish voice - stories sustained by the experience of motherhood, that bring the psychological and physical reality of pregnancy, childbirth, mothering and nurture alive. /p>
In White Ink by Elske Rahill
Singh, Anita
Anita Singh
p>A celebration of Britain's most popular cookery contest. /p>
The Story of The Great British Bake Off by Anita Singh
Spring, Howard
Howard Spring
p>A novel of ambition, about a man who rises from the most humble of beginnings in Manchester and reaches the very top in politics. /p>
Fame is the Spur by Howard Spring
St John, Lauren
Lauren St John
p>Set in Africa and Scotland, a novel about forgotten children and the power of nature to heal and reconnect us. It's about a a girl who will climb mountains in her search for a place to call home. /p>
The Snow Angel by Lauren St John
Wand, Zosia
Zosia Wand
p>A young stepmother is accused of grooming her teenage stepson in this absorbing psychological thriller. Can you ever really trust anybody... Including yourself?/p>
Trust Me by Zosia Wand
Young, Kate
Kate Young
p>A giftable cookery book with over 100 delicious recipes taken from the author's favourite works of fiction./p>
The Little Library Cookbook by Kate Young
Prowse, Amanda
Amanda Prowse

Six powerful, gripping short stories from bestselling author, Amanda Prowse.