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Fiction & Other
Are You with Me? by
Tom's coming-of-age, in the company of some very strange and eccentric characters, is brilliantly realized in Stephen Foster's second novel, all the confusion and bravado of adolescence laid bare. And fittingly it is a car, an old Mercedes 180, which proves to be Tom's passport to maturity: to maturity and to a very eerie conclusion in the tunnel under the Pont d'Alma in Paris.
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The Bad Quarto : An Imogen Quy Mystery by
A "New York Times" bestselling author returns to her popular series with this latest installment. Imogen Quy, an inquisitive amateur sleuth, takes it upon herself to uncover the truth behind a research fellow's mysterious death in this literate and compelling mystery
Bitter Sweets by
As Ricky and Henna uneasily tolerate their loveless marriage of convenience, the way is paved for a future of double-lives and complicit deception. But two decades later, with her own children grown, it is Shona who is forced to discover unpalatable truths about her loved ones, and come to terms with the lies which superficially hold the three generations of her family together . . . and which are really keeping them apart.
The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner by
The loneliness of the long-distance runner -- Uncle Ernest -- Mr. Raynor the school-teacher -- The fishing-boat picture -- Noah’s ark -- On Saturday afternoon -- The match -- The disgrace of Jim Scarfedale -- The decline and fall of Frankie Buller.
An Accidental Light by
In this heartbreaking and redemptive novel, Elizabeth Diamond explores the ripple effects of a single moment of tragedy—the journey from guilt to peace, from vengeance to forgiveness, from sorrow to hope—and even, ultimately, to joy. An Accidental Light is a tender and deeply affecting story that is not easily forgotten.
Doors Open by
Three friends descend upon an art auction and concoct a plan to "liberate" several paintings from the National Gallery. As enterprising girlfriends, clever detectives, a crime boss, seductive auctioneers and a Hell’s Angel named Hate enter the picture, this fast-paced story of second guesses and double crosses keeps changing the picture.
The Children's Book
Born at the end of the Victorian era, growing up in the golden summers of Edwardian times, a whole generation were heading to the darkness of the First World War; in their innocence, they were betrayed unintentionally by the adults who loved them. In a profound sense, this novel is indeed the children's book.
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