Format: 04/2019
Format: 04/2019
Oates, Joyce Carol
Joyce Carol Oates

Six tales to chill the blood from the unique imagination of Joyce Carol Oates.

The Doll-Master and Other Tales of Horror by Joyce Carol Oates
Roberts, Mark
Mark Roberts
> Eve Clay, Book 02

Investigating a killer bringing medieval horror to Merseyside, DCI Eve Clay must overcome her own demons to unpick the dark symbolism of the crime scene.

Dead Silent by Mark Roberts
Prowse, Amanda
Amanda Prowse

An irresistible, warm-hearted story of lost love, new-found happiness, and the kindness of strangers.

Miss Potterton's Birthday Tea by Amanda Prowse
Barrowman, John, Barrowman, Carole
John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman
> Orion Chronicles, Book 01

Sixteen-year-old twins Matt and Em can bring art to life, and travel in time through paintings. They work for Orion, an organisation that protects their kind. The twins are sent to find a teenage boy who can alter reality with his music and who carries something that could change humanity for ever...

Conjuror by John Barrowman,  Carole Barrowman
Naughtie, James
James Naughtie

Paris in 1968. In a city alive with talk of revolution, Will Flemyng finds himself in the thick of the action, a young spy whose first adventures behind the Iron Curtain have already given him a secret glamour. But now he gets news that threatens the closest and most complicated relationship in his life, with his younger brother.

Paris Spring by James Naughtie
Thomson, Lesley
Lesley Thomson

Stella Darnell, the Detective's Daughter, investigates a decades-old mystery in Kew Gardens.

The House With No Rooms by Lesley Thomson
Whitworth, Victoria
Victoria Whitworth

A brilliant saga about the daughter and sole heiress of a feudal lord in England before the Norman Conquest.

Daughter of the Wolf by Victoria Whitworth
Johnson, Josephine
Josephine Johnson

First published in 1934, NOW IN NOVEMBER is American author Josephine W. Johnson's lyrical and an indelible portrait of the Depression and Dust Bowl years in America.

Now In November by Josephine Johnson
Larman, Alexander
Alexander Larman

An in-the-round portrait of life in England under the Restoration, focusing on the year of the Great Fire of London.

Restoration by Alexander Larman
Litvinoff, Emanuel
Emanuel Litvinoff

First published in 1960, THE LOST EUROPEANS is British author Emanuel Litvinoff's story of an inverse pilgrimage: that of a Jewish man to a resurgent, post-war Berlin.

The Lost Europeans by Emanuel Litvinoff
Neider, Charles
Charles Neider

A stark and violent exploration of an American myth, this is a novel about the doomed gunslinger Billy the Kid.

The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones by Charles Neider
Satta, Salvatore
Salvatore Satta

Around the turn of the twentieth century, in the isolated Sardinian town of Nuoro, the aristocratic notary Don Sebastiano Sanna reflects on his life, his family's history and the fortunes of this provincial backwater where he has lived out his days.

The Day of Judgment by Salvatore Satta
Spring, Howard
Howard Spring

First published in 1938, MY SON, MY SON is bestselling British author Howard Spring's multigenerational portrait of a relationship between father and son.

My Son, My Son by Howard Spring
Stead, Christina
Christina Stead

Australian novelist Christina Stead's 1940 novel about the dysfunctional Pollitt family.

The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead
Welty, Eudora
Eudora Welty

First published in 1946, DELTA WEDDING is legendary American author Eudora Welty's portrait of family life in the American South during the 1920s.

Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty