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Read an extract of MELLENCAMP by Paul Rees

PROLOGUE Three years ago, Larry McDonald had himself a crazy notion. A spry, soft-spoken sixty-nine-year-old, by nature, Larry was a steadfast,  dependable sort of guy, not so much of a dreamer. Not someone who typically […]

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Start reading Alexander McCall Smith’s The Joy and Light Bus Company

  We’re excited to share a first-look at the next instalment in the classic No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series from bestselling author, Alexander McCall Smith.   Chapter One: Past-tense Men   It was a question […]

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Start reading Gary Numan’s (R)evolution

Extracted from Chapter Two: 1970 Peer pressure is a very powerful thing, never more so than when you’re a teenager, but for some reason, almost certainly due to my Asperger’s, peer pressure has never really […]

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Start reading Isla Gordon’s The Wedding Guest

August There is a starting point for all our dreams, and a tipping point where we, and sometimes fate, decide if it’s time to follow them, or walk a different road. For August Anderson, the […]

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Start reading Debbie Macomber’s new book, It’s Better This Way

Julia Jones sat at her desk, the divorce papers in front of her, shouting at her to pick up the pen, sign her name, and put an end to this insanity once and for all. […]

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Read an extract from How to Make the World Add Up by Tim Harford

The newspapers had an alarming message for Londoners in April 2018: ‘London’s Murder Rate Is Higher than New York’s for the First Time Ever!’ The headlines played into a narrative of gangs gone wild. And […]

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Read an extract from Reflections by Nora Roberts

Chapter 1 The wind had cooled the air. It blew dark clouds across the sky and whistled through the leaves, now hinting at fall. Along the roadside the trees appeared more yellow than green, and […]

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Read an extract from Yolk by Mary H. K. Choi

From New York Times bestselling author Mary H.K. Choi comes a funny and emotional story about two estranged sisters and how far they’ll go to save one of their lives – even if it means swapping identities. […]

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The Missing Pieces of Me Exclusive Extract!

Dustin, I’m sorry. There’s no way to make you understand how sorry, so I can only hope that, in time, you will. For weeks I’ve been asking myself where it all went wrong, but now […]

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An Exclusive Extract from Nicholas Sparks’ The Return

PROLOGUE   2019   The  church  resembles  an  alpine  chapel,  the  kind  you might find in the mountains outside Salzburg, and inside the cool air is welcoming. Because it’s August in the South, the temperature […]

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An Exclusive Extract From Winning at Life

CHAPTER ONE     ‘MUM! Ava keeps showing me her vagina.’ For approximately the three thousandth time that long, hot day, it appeared World War Three was threatening to break out. Wearily, Gemma left the […]

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Read an extract from One of the Family by Sadie Pearse

  Prologue 29 August 2001, Dorset Seventeen years of living in Fern Bay. I’ve seen all there is to see, in this place that is sure it knows the whole of me. This curve of […]

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