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Here are the new book releases for this month to pre-order or buy soon, enjoy!


Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor: released 6th April (pre-order now from Amazon)

Midwinter in the early years of this century. A teenage girl on holiday has gone missing in the hills at the heart of England. The villagers are called up to join the search, fanning out across the moors as the police set up roadblocks and a crowd of news reporters descends on their usually quiet home.

Meanwhile, there is work that must still be done: cows milked, fences repaired, stone cut, pints poured, beds made, sermons written, a pantomime rehearsed. The search for the missing girl goes on, but so does everyday life. As it must.

As the seasons unfold there are those who leave the village and those who are pulled back; those who come together or break apart. There are births and deaths; secrets kept and exposed; livelihoods made and lost; small kindnesses and unanticipated betrayals. Bats hang in the eaves of the church and herons stand sentry in the river; fieldfares flock in the hawthorn trees and badgers and foxes prowl deep in the woods – mating and fighting, hunting and dying.

An extraordinary novel of cumulative power and grace, Reservoir 13 explores the rhythms of the natural world and the repeated human gift for violence, unfolding over thirteen years as the aftershocks of a stranger’s tragedy refuse to subside.


Perfect by Cecelia Ahern: released 6th April (pre-order now from Amazon)

Celestine North lives in a society that demands perfection. After she was branded Flawed by a morality court, Celestine’s life has completely fractured – all her freedoms gone. Since Judge Crevan has declared her the number one threat to the public, she has been a ghost, on the run with the complicated, powerfully attractive Carrick, the only person she can trust. But Celestine has a secret – one that could bring the entire Flawed system crumbling to the ground.

Judge Crevan is gaining the upper hand, and time is running out for Celestine. With tensions building, Celestine must make a choice: save only herself, or risk her life to save all the Flawed. And, most important of all, can she prove that to be human in itself is to be Flawed…?


The Thirst (Harry Hole 11) by Jo Nesbo: released 20th April (pre-order now from Amazon)

 

Harry Hole is Back!

There’s a new killer on the streets… A woman is found murdered after an internet date. The marks left on her body show the police that they are dealing with a particularly vicious killer. He’s in your house… he’s in your room under pressure from the media to find the murderer, the force know there’s only one man for the job. But harry hole is reluctant to return to the place that almost took everything from him. Until he starts to suspect a connection between this killing and his one failed case. He’s out for blood when another victim is found, harry realises he will need to put everything on the line if he’s to finally catch the one who got away.


Then. Now. Always. by Isabelle Broom: released 20th April (pre-order from Amazon)

Twenty-eight-year-old Hannah certainly is. She and her colleagues are in Spain for a month to film a documentary, and it’s a dream come true. Not least because Hannah will get to spend long summer days with Theo, her boss (and crush). If only Tom (Hannah’s best friend and cameramen) and Claudette (the presenter) would stop getting in the way…

Then things become even more complicated when Nancy, Hannah’s half-sister arrives. What is she doing here? For once in her life, can’t Hannah just have one perfect summer, free of any drama?

 


Authors, if you have a book coming out this year let us know and we will try to include you in that month’s new releases.

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