The penultimate Books of the Month of 2018 is a broad church of brilliant new fiction and nonfiction. There’s sure to be something to warm you on the coming winter’s days and nights, so request now and don’t forget to leave a review once you’ve read your titles!
Daphne du Maurier remains one of the most influential and inspiring novelists of the 20th Century, and The Winters is an incredible reimagining of her masterpiece, Rebecca.
Set in the glamorous, uber-rich Hamptons, The Winters is the tale of the second Mrs Winters, taking her place at the secluded mansion of Asherley. There she will be haunted by the memory of her husband’s first wife, and discover secrets that put her in mortal danger…
Gripping, clever and packed with suspense.
An Unexplained Death
True crime has evolved over the last few years, with real-life murder cases gripping viewers on Netflix. An Unexplained Death is a classic of the genre, and will keep you guessing to the last compelling pages.
A sensation in her native Greenland, where she writes in its native language, Niviaq Korneliussen is one of the most exciting voices in world literature, and Crimson is a compellingly modern tale of love, gender and life.
The Importance of Being Aisling
Emer McLysaght; Sarah Breen
Aisling returns! The hit rom-com hero is back in the second hilarious outing for this generation’s Bridget Jones. After a series of disasters, Aisling heads home to live with her mother—what could go wrong?
Five Days of Fog
An exceptional work of historical fiction, Five Days of Fog follows Florrie Palmer through the Great Smog of 1952. Caught between the thieves she calls family and the man she loves, Florrie faces some tough decisions
The Little Snake
A magical, charming and deeply moving fable about the journey we all take through life, about love and family, about war and resilience, about how we live in this world, and how we leave it.
How to Hold a Grudge
Hodder & Stoughton
From bestselling crime writer Sophie Hannah comes an off-kilter, wonderfully witty book of self-help. Grudges are not usually considered ‘a good thing’, but Hannah shows they are far more than just a negative…
Much-loved author Cecelia Ahern has written thirty tales of thirty women, all of which show her compassion, understanding and flair for humour. Surprising, inspiring and deeply felt, these stories are unforgettable.
One of the spookiest writers around, G.L Davis dares you to enter his latest haunted house. A couple are pushed to breaking point as an entity possesses their home. Terrifyingly real, this is a must-read for horror fans.
The Stranger Diaries
A chilling new stand-alone thriller from Elly Griffiths, the bestselling author of the Dr Ruth Galloway mysteries. The Stranger Diaries has been described as Susan Hill meets Gone Girl and Disclaimer.