September gets us back into routine and reading, especially with this month’s new releases! There are some can’t-miss mystery and suspense titles from the likes of Mary Kubica and Robert Galbraith. There’s historical fiction, including The Dutch Wife, a breakout debut by Ellen Keith—not to mention all the contemporary fiction titles popping up. Find yourself… Read More »
Tags: Beatriz Williams, Chris McGeorge, Elisabeth Noreback, Ellen Keith, Jo Jakeman, Juan Gabriel Vasquez, Jude Deveraux, Karen White, Kate Atkinson, Kate Morton, khaled hosseini, Lauren Willig, Mary Kubica, New Releases, Pasi Ilmari Jaaskelainen, Rebecca Serle, Reese Witherspoon, robert galbraith, Sally Field, Simon McDermott, Stephen Giles, Stuart Turton, Wayetu Moore
Sometimes, our heroes need a few tries before they get things right. Here are our top 5 second chances in fiction. Let us know in the comments if you’ve read any of these books!
It may not seem like the most uplifting theme for a discussion usually had over cheese and wine, but it is precisely the surfeit of discussion points that make books about the Second World War so perfect for a book club pick. Continually relevant and continually refreshed, books set in this era, both fiction and… Read More »
Tags: All The Light We Cannot See, Annie Barrows, Anthony Doerr, David Guterson, Esi Edugyen, Half Blood Blues, Kate Atkinson, Life After Life, Mary Ann Shaffer, pam jenoff, Snow Falling on Cedars, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, The Orphan's Tale