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    Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone

    The most dangerous stories are the ones we tell ourselves… No. 36 Westeryk Road, an imposing flat-stone house on the outskirts of Edinburgh. A house of curving shadows and crumbling grandeur. But it’s what…

    September 18, 2020
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    The Inverts by Crystal Jeans

    1921: a boy, a girl, a moonlit midnight kiss. A terrible, repulsive kiss. Bettina and Bart have grown up as best friends, so surely they will end up together? After all, Bettina is young,…

    September 18, 2020
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    Plain Bad Heroines by Emily Danforth

    ‘It’s a terrible story and one way to tell it is this: two girls in love and a fog of wasps cursed the place forever after…’ 1902, Brookhants School for Girls: students Flo and Clara…

    September 17, 2020
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    Threadneedle by Cari Thomas

    Within the boroughs of London, nestled among its streets, hides another city, filled with magic. Magic is the first sin. It must be bound. Ever since Anna can remember, her aunt has warned her…

    September 16, 2020
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    Fake Accounts by Lauren Oyler

    A wry, provocative and very funny debut novel about identity, authenticity and the self in the age of the internet, fakery and illusion On the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration, a young woman snoops…

    September 14, 2020
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    That One Patient by Ellen de Visser

    For every doctor there is that one patient, whose story touches them in a way they didn’t expect, changing their entire outlook on life. This inspiring and deeply moving book is the story of…

    September 4, 2020
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    Hungry by Grace Dent

    From an early age, Grace Dent was hungry. As a little girl growing up in Currock, Carlisle, she yearned to be something bigger, to go somewhere better. Hungry traces Grace’s story from growing up eating…

    August 18, 2020
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    The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

    ‘Devastating, prescient, compelling and confronting, not only because it’s the first thing I’ve read that even touches the sides of the very real pandemic we’re living through’ Laura Jane Williams, bestselling author of Our…

    August 11, 2020
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    Girl in the Walls by A.J. Gnuse

    A uniquely gothic tale about grief, belonging and hiding in plain sight’ Jess Kidd, author of Things in Jars ’Those who live in the walls must adjust, must twist themselves around in their home,stretching…

    July 24, 2020
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    The Illustrated Child by Polly Crosby

    ‘Evocative and enchanting – a future classic and a star in the making’ Veronica Henry Romilly lives in a ramshackle house with her eccentric artist father and her cat, Monty. She knows little about…

    April 2, 2020