Missing, Presumed

Title: Missing, Presumed Author: Susie Steiner Review by Joe Phelan To say that detective novels are ten a penny is something of an...

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Reasons to Stay Alive

Title: Reasons to Stay Alive Author: Matt Haig  Review by Anita Laryea The physical and mental effects of depression are a challenge...

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Only Ever Yours

Title: Only Ever Yours  Author: Louise O’Neill  Review by Bryony Porter-Collard Only Ever Yours is a compelling, dystopian tale of a...

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Cousins by Sally Vickers

Title: Cousins Author: Sally Vickers Review by Felix Todd It is often said that the best books are the ones you think about for a...

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The Girls by Emma Cline 

Title: The Girls Author: Emma Cline Review by Catherine Keenan Since my days of childhood reading I have often struggled to find a...

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The Glorious Heresies

Title: The Glorious Heresies Author: Lisa McInerney Review by Joe Phelan I always feel there’s something a bit special about picking...

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The Carhullan Army

Title: The Carhullan Army Author: Sarah Hall Review by Hannah Styles The world we find in The Carhullan Army is a nightmarish vision...

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Amy Snow

Title: Amy Snow  Author: Tracy Rees  Review by Claire Chambers I adore historical fiction. Give me a novel packed full of corsets,...

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Stalking Jack the Ripper

Title: Stalking Jack the Ripper Author: Kerri Maniscalco Review by Tom Gadd Kerri Maniscalco’s debut book, Stalking Jack the...

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Stars, Cars and Crystal Meth

Title: Stars, Cars and Crystal Meth Author: Jack Sutherland (as told to John Sutherland)  Review by Sam Pryce In the preface to this...

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Death and the Seaside

Title: Death and the Seaside Author: Alison Moore Review by Eleanor Baggley Alison Moore launched on to the literary scene in 2012...

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Mister Spoonface by Paul Blane...

Title: Mister Spoonface Author: Paul Blaney Review by Thivija Sabanathan Mister Spoonface by Paul Blaney follows Fred Pooley as he...

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