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2012: The Crystal Skull

by Manda Scott

The ancient Mayans predicted the End of Days with uncanny precision: 21 December 2012.

But they also provided the key to staving off apocalypse: a flawless sapphire of incomparable beauty carved into the perfect...


Escape

by Heleen Van Royen & Jantien Black

I have a husband, we have two children and we own our house. I am in good health and so are they, our lives are good; we have everything we need. Sometimes I look at them and wait, in vain, to be moved, as a...


The Possibility of an Island

by Michel Houellebecq & Gavin Bowd

A worldwide phenomenon and the most important French novelist since Camus, Michel Houellebecq now delivers his magnum opus–a tale of our present circumstances told from the future, when humanity as we know...


The Exception

by Christian Jungersen

An internationally bestselling thriller, The Exception dissects the nature of evil and the paranoia that drives ordinary people to commit unthinkable acts. Four women work together for a small nonprofit in Copenhagen...


Running Away

by Leslie Thomas

Written with the characteristic wit and good humour, Leslie Thomas's novel tells the story of a grown man who runs away from home, and the adventures that befall him in his quest for a new lease of life. His...


Niteracy Hour

by John Dougherty

WHAT A LOUSE! Jim is a head-louse, newly-hatched from a nit on Gregory's head. But as Gregory is a good listener and it's 'in his blood', Jim's breakfast turns him into a good listener too and suddenly school...


Daniel Isn't Talking

by Marti Leimbach

Melanie Marsh is an American living in London with her British husband, Stephen, and their two young children. The Marshes’ orderly home life is shattered when their son Daniel is given a devastating diagnosis....


The Time Of Our Lives

by Imogen Parker

It is 1953. At the Coronation party at the Palace Hotel, two lives are about to change forever.

Claudia - 16, beautiful, fragile and an outsider in this small seaside town,finds herself talking to Michael, also...


The Elementary Particles

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2002

by Michel Houellebecq

An international literary phenomenon, The Elementary Particles is a frighteningly original novel–part Marguerite Duras and part Bret Easton Ellis-that leaps headlong into the malaise of contemporary existence....


Rainbow's End

by Katie Flynn

VIVIDLY EVOKING IRELAND AND LIVERPOOL, RAINBOW'S END IS A WARM AND ENGROSSING SAGA FROM A RISING STAR. Tracing the stories of two quite diffrent girls: Ellen Docherty, in Liverpool, bringing up her younger sister...


The Girl From Seaforth Sands

by Katie Flynn

Liverpool, 1902. Bill and Isobel Logan scratch a living by selling their shrimps around the streets, but Amy, their youngest daughter, hates the smell, about which their neighbour, Paddy Keagan, constantly taunts...


When We Were Romans: A Novel

by Matthew Kneale

When We Were Romans is a haunting psychological novel and another masterful work from the author of the prize–winning English Passengers.Nine-year-old Lawrence is the man of his family. He watches over his...


Saturnalia

Marcus Didius Falco #18

by Lindsey Davis

One of the stories from the bestselling historical fiction Falco series.

It is the Roman holiday of Saturnalia. The days are short; the nights are for wild parties. A general has captured a famous enemy of Rome,...


The Lost Days of Summer

by Katie Flynn

Nell Whitaker is fifteen when war breaks out and, despite her protests, her mother sends her to live with her Auntie Kath on a remote farm in Anglesey. Life on the farm is hard, and Nell is lonely after living...


Nory Ryan's Song

by Patricia Reilly Giff

Nory Ryan's family has lived on Maidin Bay on the west coast of Ireland for generations, raising a pig and a few chickens, planting potatoes, getting by. Every year Nory's father goes away on a fishing boat...


The Price of Love

by Rosie Harris

Lucy Collins and her brother Sam have lived side by side with the Tanner family all their lives. Lucy and Robert Tanner long for the day when they can marry and the future is full of promise for all three.

Until...


Poor Little Rich Girl

by Katie Flynn

Liverpool, 1934. Hester Lowe agrees to act as governess to spoilt, self-willed, little Lonnie Hetherington-Smith when they leave India to live with Lonnie's elderly aunt in Shaw Street, Liverpool. Hester speedily...


The Resident

by Francis Cottam

Every year, three million single women in America move into an apartment for the first time. Few of them change the locks.

Juliet Devereau can't believe her luck: after weeks of looking for a place to live,...


The Witches

by Peter Curtis

Walwyk seemed a dream village to the new schoolteacher, Miss Mayfield. But dreams can change into nightmares...

When one of her students accuses his friend Ethel's grandmother of abusing her, Miss Mayfield cannot...


Me and Kaminski: A Novel

by Daniel Kehlmann

Sebastian Zollner is searching for his big break. A failure as a journalist, a boyfriend, and a human being, he sets out to write the essential biography of the eccentric painter Manuel Kaminski. All he needs...