Captivating stories? Check. Unforgettable characters? Yup. Thrilling twists? Sure. Big-name authors? Tick. Smouldering romance? Uh huh. Laugh-out-loud one-liners? Of course. Pure escapism? Always.
For fabulous summer reading, whatever your literary leanings, we’ve got you covered.
The Break isn't a story about falling in love but about staying in love. It is Marian Keyes at her funniest, wisest and brilliant best.
Thrillers this good come along once every few years. Prepare for the next global crime thriller sensation.
Provocative, hilarious women's fiction about the glory and toxicity of female friendship from the Sunday Times bestseller.
The heartbreaking story of Korea during the Second World War is brought to life in this gripping, redemptive debut about two sisters.
HOW DO YOU CONFRONT YOUR HUSBAND WHEN YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW THE TRUTH? Gripping psychological suspense from a brilliant new voice in crime fiction
Warm, witty and wicked, this is the perfect escapist read!
A riff on The Great Gatsby for Trump’s America, No One is Coming to Save Us is an exciting debut novel and the first pick for Sarah Jessica Parker’s new book club.
HOW DO YOU SOLVE YOUR OWN MURDER? An edge-of-your-seat psychological mystery novel from a thrilling new writer.
E L James revisits the world of Fifty Shades with a deeper and darker take on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the globe.
The Zanzibar Wife is a bewitching novel of clashing cultures and conflicting beliefs, of secrets and revelations, of mystery and magic, by the author of the international bestseller The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul.
A collection of stories from inspiring women from different places and backgrounds, on the advice they'd share with other women. Edited by Stylist.
Political satire as deeper truth: Donald Trump's presidential memoir, as recorded by two world-renowned Trump scholars, and experts on greatness generally.
The eminent psychologist and Holocaust survivor guides us through a universal journey of redemption and healing, after her experiences in Auschwitz