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Follow the Bronte sisters’ footsteps across meadow and moor with this literary guide

Walking The Invisible: Following in the Brontës’ Footsteps by Michael Stewart  Most of us need little impetus to enjoy a revisit to the Brontë sisters’ exhilarating novels… But if you are seeking inspiration for...

Plains of Botswana set the scene for ‘toxic tale of secrets, lies, mystery and menace’

The Wild Girls by Phoebe Morgan They were known as the ‘wild girls,’ four close-knit friends who lived on the edge and loved to party. But two years ago their friendship was spectacularly blown...

Impossible to predict detective thriller tackles the female sexual abuser…or does it?

The Whole Truth by Cara Hunter When one of Oxford University’s star professors is accused of sexually assaulting a student, the case is far more complex than DI Adam Fawley had initially imagined. Because...

Gripping Scandi spy drama murder mystery bound for silver screen

Geiger by Gustaf Skördeman Why would a one-word telephone message compel a 69-year-old grandmother to immediately seek out a long-hidden pistol, screw on the silencer… and shoot her husband through the head? All is...

Scandi-crime at its best by former police officer turned author

Rites of Spring by Anders de la Motte  A crumbling medieval castle set amidst the marshy, unforgiving forests of southern Sweden, the terrifying legend of a ghostly Green Man who demands a spring...

Time-travel and the exploration of love are themes of ‘extraordinary’ debut novel

Space Hopper by Helen Fisher The loss of her mother when she was only eight years old is like a missing tooth for Faye… an absence she can feel at all times, but...