Kay delights readers once more with tales from the hospital wards at the most wonderful time of year
Whether Ennis is attempting to mock religion or convert people to it is unclear but the book is certainly a colourful portrayal of life in the 1960s
Life as a bookseller back under the microscope in Bythell’s follow-up which will have readers flocking to Wigtown
Challenging read by a talented master of language
A story of the hard realities of trying to survive on a small island
A well-crafted ‘whodunnit’ with an intriguing storyline but just one too many coincidences.
A memoir in three parts which doesn’t quite match its description.
A delightful read, rich in narrative and French cuisine from popular author, Alexander McCall Smith.
A story about silence and why words sometimes fail us.
Haunting and tense, Armstrong’s latest novel holds reader attention despite some tricky interspersing of chapters.