Jojo Moyes’ book about the Packhorse Librarians of Kentucky is a stirring tale about the power of friendship and the joy that books can bring
The Underpainter is a character study of someone who views life from a distance, never fully engaging in its emotional landscape.
The tense perilous atmosphere of medieval Seville at the time of the Inquisition is created with dark intensity in Lynes’ historical novel.
Lady Jane Grey’s story is a truly tragic one and Ann Rinaldi shows just how she was used as a pawn in a power play during Tudor history
The best Jojo Moyes’ book to date? I think so. A romance, a war story, a legal thriller – it’s all here and vividly written.
To time travel is one thing but to medieval Siena, Italy at the time of plague and political tension with rival Florence? Peril awaits.