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The J.M. Barrie Ladies' Swimming Society

by Barbara J. Zitwer

When Joey Rubin stumbles upon a group of elderly women swimming in a lake one freezing January morning, she thinks they must be mad. But then they dare her to come in…

Joey, an overworked New York architect,...


A Doctor in The Great War: Unseen Photographs of Life in the Trenches

by Andrew Davidson

Featuring 250 previously unknown photographs, this is the extraordinary true story of a young doctor whose photos left behind an astonishing firsthand account of life at the front of World War I.

As a twenty-five-year-old...


Rasputin: A Short Life

by Frances Welch

Told with humor, intrigue, and a shrewd eye for detail, this riveting short biography sheds much-needed light on the life of nineteenth-century Russian icon Grigory Rasputin.

Grigory Rasputin, a Siberian peasant...


The Beggar & the Hare: A Novel

by Tuomas Kyrö & David McDuff

From a hugely popular, award-winning Finnish author, this entertaining, profound, and satirical tale follows a Romanian beggar living on the streets of Helsinki.

Vatanescu, a young Romanian construction worker,...


Our Happy Time

by Gong Ji-Young & Sora Kim-Russell

Already a wildly popular bestseller in South Korea, this gripping and passionate debut novel is a death row love story of crime, punishment, and forgiveness—vividly told by the exquisitely talented Gong Ji-young....


D-Day: Minute by Minute

by Jonathan Mayo

Told in a purely chronological style, this fascinating account vividly details the authentic stories of regular people caught up in the historical events of D-Day.

June 6, 1944 was a truly historic day, but it...


The Hunger and the Howling of Killian Lone: The Secret Ingredient of Unforgettable Food Is Suffering

by Will Storr

Part sinister fairy tale, part gothic horror novel, this unique debut pulls back the curtain on the celebrity chef’s kitchen, revealing a disturbing world of ambition and brutality.

Killian Lone comes from...


How to Be Danish: A Journey to the Cultural Heart of Denmark

by Patrick Kingsley

Part reportage, part travelogue, this is a fascinating introduction to contemporary Danish culture for anyone who wants to know more about the world’s happiest nation.

Denmark is the country of the moment....


The Romantic Economist

by William Nicolson

A wise and humorous memoir about a young economist trying to apply the rules of the market to his own floundering love life.

A wise and humorous memoir about a young economist trying to apply the rules of the...


The Explorer Gene: How Three Generations of One Family Went Higher, Deeper, and Further Than Any Before

by Tom Cheshire & James Cameron

The remarkable account of an extraordinary family of explorers who spurred innovation and accomplished incredible feats—even when the popular consensus was against them.

On May 27, 1931, Auguste Piccard became...


Recipes from an Edwardian Country House

by Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall

A nostalgic culinary pilgrimage, rediscovering the sort of classic, robust, wholesome food that would have emerged from the kitchen of an Edwardian country house like Downton Abbey.

In this sumptuous cookbook,...


Lost Luggage: A Novel

by Jordi Punti

The prize-winning debut novel from a major new talent in Catalan literature—the story of four half-brothers who only discover the others’ existence when the father who abandoned them all is reported missing....


A Commonplace Killing: A Novel

by Sian Busby

Set in the bleakness and confusion of post-WWII London, this gripping psychological thriller unravels the double life of a seemingly proper middle-class woman found strangled to death.

On a damp July morning...


Three Things You Need to Know About Rockets: A Real-Life Scottish Fairy Tale

by Jessica A. Fox

In this inspiring, delightful memoir, a young woman decides to escape the daily grind and turn her “what if” fantasy into a reality, only to find work—and a man—she loves in one fell swoop, all in a...


Happily Ever After: A Light-hearted Guide to Wedded Bliss

by Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall & Stephanie von Reiswitz

Does he habitually leave his socks on the bathroom floor? Does she insist on interrupting your favourite programme to make you explain the plot (when she’s clearly not interested in it anyway)?

Never fear....


Cheers, America: How an Englishman Learned to Love America

by Justin Webb

An editor at BBC-TV takes a witty and honest look at the “special” relationship between the US and the UK.

IMAGINE INVITING A BRIT TO A BARBECUE - THAT’S THIS BOOK.

Justin Webb was the BBC’s man in America....


For the Love of Letters: The Joy of Slow Communication

by John O'Connell

Remember letters? They were good, weren’t they? The thrill of receiving that battered envelope, all the better for the wait . . . In this richly entertaining book, paper geek John O’Connell puts forward...


The House on Paradise Street

by Sofka Zinovieff

In 2008 Antigone Perifanis returns to her old family home in Athens after 60 years in exile. She has come to attend the funeral of her only son, Nikitas, who was born in prison, and whom she has not seen since...


The Trouble with Alice

by Olivia Glazebrook

You think you’re the perfect couple. And then the unthinkable happens.

Kit and Alice are enjoying a luxurious weekend abroad when their car spins off a mountain road and into a desert valley. Their lives are...


Calamities & Catastrophes: The Ten Absolutely Worst Years in History

by Derek Wilson

They say that history is written by the winners. Not according to Derek Wilson.

In this fascinating, revelatory book, Wilson tells the story from the point of view of the losers – collating a catalogue of...