This Month's pick:

Just Another Missing Person

By Gillian McAllister

Just Another Missing Person follows Julia, a detective brought in to investigate the high-profile disappearance of young woman, Olivia. However, the case quickly becomes complicated when a mysterious stranger blackmails Julia into framing a seemingly innocent person for the crime. Julia is forced to choose between getting to the truth of the case, or protecting her own daughter.

This book is jaw-dropping good, with plot twists that will make you gasp!

May's pick:

London Interiors

By Emma J Page

London Interiors celebrates the cosmopolitan nature of a truly diverse city.

From richly decorative to coolly pared-back, London homes are always unexpected. Behind the front doors of the city’s ubiquitous, uniform terraces lies a wealth of design inspiration, while seemingly inhospitable buildings, whether converted gin distilleries, concrete new-builds or former dairies, have been given fresh life thanks to the endeavours of the city’s famously creative, often leftfield inhabitants.

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April's pick:

The Little Sister

TWO SISTERS WHO COULDN’T BE MORE DIFFERENT.

A PERFECT HOLIDAY WITH A DEADLY OUTCOME.

Helen is the older one. The good girl. A devoted doctor trying to cope with the sudden loss of her husband. Mia is the little sister. The wild one. Married to a wealthy businessman, she lives the high life on his money. Mia says she wants to cheer Helen up. She’s booked a week in enchanting Ibiza — just the two of them. Helen is reluctant to go. She knows first-hand just how difficult Mia can be, but she needs a break. What could go wrong? Helen wakes up with a splitting headache. The worst she can remember. The pain so intense across the bridge of her nose and behind her eyes that it feels as though her skull will crack.

Something bad has happened. Something that can’t be changed. Something that could ruin all their lives.

How far would you go to protect your sister?

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March's pick:

The Square of Sevens

Raised on the roads of Cornwall, a girl known only as Red travels from village to village with her fortune-telling father, paying their way with an ancient method of cartomancy known as the Square of Sevens. When their luck quickly sours, Red’s father befriends a gentleman scholar, offering him an antique document containing the secret of the Square of Sevens in exchange for the scholar’s promise to take Red into his care.

Brought up as a lady amidst the Georgian splendour of Bath, Red’s fortune-telling skills are a delight in polite society. But she cannot ignore the questions that gnaw at her own soul: who was her mother? How did she die? Who are the enemies that her father always feared would find him?

These mysteries take her from Bath to London, from the ribaldry of the Bartholomew Fair to the grand houses of two of the most powerful families in England. But others have embarked upon their own investigations, determined to locate the stolen secret of the Square of Sevens. Red’s quest attracts their notice, bringing her great danger but also the possibility of great reward…

February's Book Pick

The Short Straw by Holly Seddon

Three sisters find themselves lost in a storm at night, and seek safety at Moirthwaite Manor, where their mother once worked. They are shocked to find the isolated mansion that loomed so large through their troubled childhoods has long been abandoned. Drawing straws to decide who should get help, one sister heads back into the darkness. With the siblings separated, the deadly secrets hidden in the house finally make themselves known and we learn the unspeakable secret that binds the family together.

"This is an exciting, plot-twist aplenty, book with lots of strong, female characters set to a backdrop of the different types of love-stories; love between mothers and daughters, love between sisters and love between friends." - Kate

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