Will Shingleton’s book about the suggestion of subversive dealings in a college football team reads like a gripping Netflix documentary
A beautifully and intelligently composed novel about loss, regret and guilt interspersed with philosophical leanings and literary suggestion
A wonderfully reflective tool, which provides historical and factual information as a springboard for your girls to think and record ideas
Adam McCoy’s brightly illustrated chapter book about a boy trying to conquer the fears of his overactive imagination has a positive message
A coming-of-age novel told by Jayne, a science lover whose life is transformed and how she uses her differing parents’ views to navigate it
Auriel Roe’s memoir is honest, warm and really, really funny with moments that will remain with me long after reading it
Helen G. Huntley’s book is ostensibly a ghost story with a touch of fairytale, a little romance, a soupçon of sauciness and a dash of tension
Moving between Massachusetts and the Caribbean, Jenny Bond’s novel is an enjoyable tale of the hope of young love, betrayal and pirates
Self-scrutiny and reconciliation is at the heart of this poetry collection as the author wrestles with the uncertainties that life offers.
Norman Bacal has reimagined Shakespeare in a great thriller based on a dysfunctional family dynasty, set in the world of pharmaceuticals.