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'An enchanting story about love, loss and the power of language' Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory Sometimes you have to start with what's lost to truly find yourself... Motherless and irrepressibly curious, Esme spend
'Striking...brilliantly done' The TimesAn ember storm of a novel, this is Booker Prize-winning novelist Richard Flanagan at his most moving-and astonishing-best. Anna's aged mother is dying - if her three children would just allow
'Riveting' Patti Smith'Vivid' Sunday Times'Heartfelt' Washington Post'Wild' MetroActor William Harding has been caught cheating on his rock star wife and the press have descended upon him. Amid the headlines and worldwide disdain
'A remarkably accomplished, polished debut.' MALORIE BLACKMAN'Rightfully tipped for greatness' SUNDAY TIMES'This moving tale of love and loss ... is well worth the wait' INDEPENDENT'[W]hat's distinctive is the modern, multi-ethnic
The scene is Otisville Prison, upstate New York. A crew of fraudsters, tax evaders, trigamists and forgers discuss matters of right and wrong in a Talmudic study and prayer group, or 'minyan', led by a rabbi who's a fellow convict
'With captivating characters and a richly drawn setting, this poignant story is the perfect book to curl up with' Catherine Isaacs 'Moving, intriguing and beautifully written, this is a story about coming home' Katie Fforde 'An im
SEX AND THE CITY with a killer edge for fans of QUEENIE, EXPECTATION and MY SISTER, THE SERIAL KILLERSOON TO BE A MAJOR BBC TV SERIAL'Funny, shocking, unputdownable. I loved it' PAULA HAWKINS'Witty, tense and addictive' ABIGAIL DE
An epic story of love, war, and redemption set against the backdrop of the Korean independence movement, following the intertwined fates of a young girl sold to a courtesan school and the penniless son of a hunter
You broke my heart, Rhys Penhallow.
And we curse you. You and your whole stupid, hot line.' Vivienne Jones handled the biggest break-up of her life the way that any witch would: vodka, bubble baths, and a curse on her ex. That wa
Ray Carney was only slightly bent when it came to being crooked...'
To his customers and neighbors on 125th street, Carney is an upstanding salesman of reasonably-priced furniture, making a life for himself and his family. He