• New Proofs

    Where Shall We Run To? : A Memoir by Alan Garner

    From one of our greatest living writers, comes a remarkable memoir of a forgotten England. ‘The war went. We sang in the playground, “Bikini lagoon, an atom bomb’s boom, and two big explosions.” David’s…

    April 30, 2018
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    The Man Between by Charles Cumming

    He risked it all to become a spy. Now he must pay the price. One simple task for British Intelligence takes him into a world of danger. Successful novelist Kit Carradine has grown restless.…

    April 30, 2018
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    Tell the Machine Goodnight by Katie Williams

    Happiness is Pearl’s job. Using the revolutionary Apricity machine, every day she provides customers with personalized recommendations for their emotional wellbeing; from eating more tangerines to cutting off a finger, from getting a dog…

    April 30, 2018
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    You Were Made for This by Michelle Sacks

    A bold, sharp, gripping debut about a couple whose perfect life in the Swedish countryside is not what it seems… In an idyllic house in a Swedish wood, Merry and her husband are building…

    April 30, 2018
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    What We’re Teaching Our Sons by Owen Booth

    Wise and funny, touching and true, What We’re Teaching Our Sons is for anyone who has ever wondered how to be a grown up. We’re teaching our sons about money; about heartbreak, and mountains,…

    April 27, 2018
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    Vox by Christina Dalcher

    Silence can be deafening. Jean McClellan spends her days in almost complete silence, limited to a daily quota of just one hundred words. Now that the new government is in power, no woman is…

    April 27, 2018
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    The Blood Road by Stuart MacBride

    What drives someone to murder? Some things just won’t stay buried… Logan McRae’s personal history is hardly squeaky clean, but now that he works for Professional Standards he’s policing his fellow officers. When Detective…

    March 28, 2018
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    The Sand Dog by Sarah Lean

    Grandfather had been gone for two years but I never thought it would be an ordinary day he’d come back, like a Monday or a Tuesday… I always knew he’d return across the water,…

    March 28, 2018