Featuring Peter James and Marina Lewycka.
New novels from Joanne Harris, David Baldacci and Irvine Welsh.
Shakespeare Week runs from 14-20 March. Take a look at how the Bard has influenced books, film and music until the modern day.
Anticipated new novels from L. S. Hilton, Wilbur Smith and Tracy Chevalier.
The recent BBC TV adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s War and peace has led to a surge of interest in classic titles. If you enjoyed War and peace why not try one of the following ‘challenging’ reads?
Novels from Elly Griffiths, M C Beaton and Sophie Hannah.
Quick Reads, the publisher of short accessible titles written by popular authors, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
Featuring books by Julian Barnes, Stuart MacBride and Clive Cussler.
This time last year the buzz was all about something called The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins, which went on to become a runaway bestseller. Here are a few first novels due in early 2016 that their publishers have high hopes for.
We take a look at the most borrowed and recommended books from our libraries this year.