A gripping feminist novel of ideas about cults, power politics, female empowerment and utilitarianism: does the end really justify the means?
A clever and up-to-date retelling of the classic The Pursuit of Love. It’s an absolute joy. Vivid, hilarious dialogue, wonderful characters.
Gripping and exciting gothic novel. A wayward young woman is locked up in a Victorian asylum. Why? What happened? And how can she get out?
One of the best novels of 2022. An engrossing, moving saga following the lives of an eccentric British family from 1919 to 1945.
Free Love is an incisive novel about a 1960s housewife who throws up her life to become a hippy, and the family she leaves behind.
Vivid, beautifully written novel about a wonderful 19th century cook, Eliza Acton, with characters and scenes that leap off the page.
Politics religion, murder and mayhem are back in this pacey historical mystery set in London in 1641. Book 2 in the series.
A clever, perceptive, well written and very readable novel about Ireland, history, lies and stories.
A harsh look at modern, middle class people doing what people have been doing forever: cheating. In more ways than one. Great book club read.
Moving and well written story of family dysfunction, the corruption of wealth and a life shattered by a series of poor decisions.