Format: 06/2019
Format: 06/2019
Oates, Joyce Carol
Joyce Carol Oates

Seven feverishly unsettling works, confronting the dangers that surround us and the dangers that lurk within.

Dis Mem Ber by Joyce Carol Oates
Carson, Clare
Clare Carson

Sam's father was an undercover agent, killed in the line of duty. Now Sam has travelled to Orkney, to piece together the puzzle of his past. What she finds is a tiny island remote enough to shelter someone who doesn't want to be found. An island small enough to keep a secret. The conclusion to the trilogy.

The Dark Isle by Clare Carson
Coogan, Beatrice
Beatrice Coogan

Born during a storm in 1839, Sterrin grows up during Ireland's darkest years, but sustaining her throughout it all is the forbidden love she harbours for a household servant. A tempestuous novel of love and courage.

The Big Wind by Beatrice Coogan
Dorries, Nadine
Nadine Dorries
> Lovely Lane, Book 03

Nadine Dorries draws on her Liverpool roots and her early experiences as a student nurse in the third novel starring the Angels of Lovely Lane.

The Mothers of Lovely Lane by Nadine Dorries
Goldsworthy, Adrian
Adrian Goldsworthy
> Vindolanda, Book 01

AD 98: The army base at Vindolanda lies on the northern frontier of Britannia and the entire Roman world. Defences are weak, as tribes rebel against Roman rule, and local druids preach the fiery destruction of the invaders.

Vindolanda by Adrian Goldsworthy
Hamilton-Paterson, James
James Hamilton-Paterson

The compelling story of the spy plane SR-71 'Blackbird' – the fastest manned aircraft in the world.

Blackbird by James Hamilton-Paterson
Hardiman, Adrian
Adrian Hardiman

An accessible and original book about Joyce, by a hugely respected figure in Ireland. A brilliant recreation of the late 19th- and early 20th-century legal system in Ireland.

Joyce in Court by Adrian Hardiman
Hurley, Graham
Graham Hurley
> Wars Within, Book 02

Continuing Graham Hurley's trilogy charting the shadowy and often lethal pas de deux between rival Allied and German intelligence services during World War II.

Aurore by Graham Hurley
Kasasian, M.R.C.
M.R.C. Kasasian

The final puzzling case for Sidney Grice and March Middleton – the Gower Street Detectives.

Dark Dawn Over Steep House by M.R.C. Kasasian
Burstall, Emma
Emma Burstall
> Tremarnock, Book 03

When Londoner Bramble Challoner is left a huge, rambling house in the sleepy village of Tremarnock, it offers her and her best friend Katie a long-awaited chance for adventure. The third instalment in the Tremarnock series.

Tremarnock Summer by Emma Burstall
Stabenow, Dana
Dana Stabenow

People go missing in Alaska every year. Now a geologist has disappeared. Native Aleut Private Investigator Kate Shugak may be the only person who can find out. Except she too is missing...

Less Than a Treason by Dana Stabenow
Barrowman, John, Barrowman, Carole
John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman
> Orion Chronicles, Book 02

17-year-old Rémy is a Conjuror. But such a talent comes with a price. He and his superpowered friends are engaged in a dangerous battle to save humanity, but if they are to succeed, they must first decide who to trust.

Nephilim by John Barrowman,  Carole Barrowman
Oborne, Peter
Peter Oborne

The most significant, demented, politically effective tweets from the world's most important Twitter feed, analysed and explained by the UK's leading expert on political lying.

How Trump Thinks by Peter Oborne
Roberts, Mark
Mark Roberts
> Eve Clay, Book 03

A vigilante killer spreads terror in Merseyside in the third thriller starring Liverpool DCI Eve Clay.

Day of the Dead by Mark Roberts
Stead, Christina
Christina Stead

Letty Fox talks us through her search for marital bliss in 1930s New York and London.

Letty Fox: Her Luck by Christina Stead