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Article  •  14 June 2024

 

Top Reads For June

Thrills, romance, contemporary fiction and more; check out our top reads for June!

Welcome to Glorious Tuga Francesca Segal

A complete and vivid world to escape to, Welcome to Glorious Tuga celebrates a fictional island, and the eccentric community who live there. Enchanting, uplifting and very funny, this is a captivating novel about love, belonging, and what it really means to come home.

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Sandwich CATHERINE NEWMAN

One week in Cape Cod. The perfect family holiday. What could possibly go wrong...? From the author of We All Want Impossible Things, a raucously funny novel with an unexpected punch about being 'sandwiched' between growing children and ageing parents and the power of change.

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Embracing Hope Viktor E Frankl

Published in English for the first time, Embracing Hope shows that by exercising our freedoms, we have a duty and responsibility to ourselves, to others and to the world around us. This collection of timeless lessons offers hope and consolation, admonition and warning, and reveals how to turn tragedy into triumph and lead a fulfilled, purposeful life.

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The Love of My Afterlife Kirsty Greenwood

How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days meets The Good Place. A hilarious and heartwarming story about finding love where you least expect it and learning what it really means to live...

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In a Place of Darkness Stuart MacBride

THE CLOCK IS TICKING...

Detective Constable Angus MacVicar has just landed his dream job – transferred out of uniform and assigned to Oldcastle’s biggest ongoing murder investigation: Operation Telegram, hunting the 'Fortnight Killer'.

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