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Leavers, Lisa Ko
Lisa Ko
Bottomfeeder, Taras Grescoe
Taras Grescoe
Sympathizer, Viet Thanh Nguyen
Viet Thanh Nguyen
Moon Tiger, Simon Reade, Penelope Lively
Simon Reade, Penelope Lively
Moon Tiger
The White Tiger, Aravind Adiga
Aravind Adiga
The White Tiger
Blindsight, Peter Watts
Peter Watts
Brown Girl Dreaming, Jacqueline Woodson
Jacqueline Woodson
Brown Girl Dreaming
J. D. Vance
Hillbilly Elegy
Chip Gaines, Joanna Gaines
The Magnolia Story
Ashlee Vance
Elon Musk
Paulo Coelho
The Alchemist
Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
The Nest
Kim Gordon
Girl in a Band
Mean, Myriam Gurba
A confident, funny, brassy book that tackles sexual assault, racism, misogyny, and homophobia in a deadly serious manner? A must read.
Operation Yellow Star / Black Thursday, Maurice Rajsfus
Operation Yellow Star / Black Thursday
A closeup look at the French Vichy government's culpability in the persecution of Jews during World War 2; from a journalist who lived to tell the tale.
Moonglow, Michael Chabon
Award-winning author Michael Chabon's inventive novel is a non-fiction disguised as fiction. A tale of madness, of war and adventure, of sex and marriage and desire, of existential doubt and the destructive impact of keeping secrets and telling lies.
Dream of the City, Andrés Vidal
Dream of the City
A tale of love, art, and history – set against the changing face of modernist Barcelona.
The Good Earth, Pearl Sydenstricker Buck
The Good Earth
The first book from Pearl S. Buck’s timeless trilogy, the Pulitzer Prize–winning story of a farmer’s rags-to-riches journey through China in the 1920s
Noise, Brett Garcia Rose
A deaf man determined to find the only woman he ever loved on the mean streets of NYC. Only thing is, she died ten years ago... didn't she?
Scientology Murders, William Heffernan
Scientology Murders
Whilst investigating a murder, detective Harry Doyle uncovers a trail leading to a powerful and influential cult: the Scientologists. Probably not one for Tom Cruise, John Travolta, or *insert name of misguided Hollywood star here*
Chaos, Patricia Cornwell
Medical examiner, Dr Kay Scarpetta, is back. But this time she's investigating the death of a woman struck by lightning – on a bright sunny day...
Beatles '66, Steve Turner
Beatles '66
1966. The year the Beatles became ‘bigger than Jesus’, according to John Lennon. It was also the year that the Fab Four started speaking their minds publicly and exploring all that the 60s had to offer.
BogMail, Patrick McGinley
Patrick McGinley
Teeth, Mary Otto
Mary Otto
Dawn of Detroit, Tiya Miles
Tiya Miles
Dawn of Detroit
Star by Star, Sheena Wilkinson
Sheena Wilkinson
Star by Star
Now You See Me, Lesley Glaister
Lesley Glaister
Now You See Me
Always and Forever, Cynthia Freeman
Cynthia Freeman
Always and Forever
Marathon Man, William Goldman
William Goldman
Marathon Man
Unleashed, Abby Gordon
Abby Gordon
From Holmes to Sherlock, Mattias Boström
Mattias Boström
From Holmes to Sherlock
How to Win at Feminism, Anna Drezen, Elizabeth Newell, Sarah Pappalardo
Anna Drezen, Elizabeth Newell, Sarah Pappalardo
How to Win at Feminism
Never Alone, Elizabeth Haynes
Elizabeth Haynes
Never Alone
The Secret Garden, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Clare West
Frances Hodgson Burnett, Clare West
The Secret Garden
Murderous Minds, Dean A. Haycock
Dean A. Haycock
Murderous Minds
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