The Lonely Hearts Crime Club by Tanya Bullock
An elderly resident of an inner-city tower block is brutally attacked and left for dead. Her neighbours, a pregnant alcoholic, a vulnerable youth, a failed actress and a cameraman with a dark secret, are thrown together in their search for answers. Misfits and loners, they are forced to confront uncomfortable realities about themselves and each other, as their investigation leads them towards the devastating truth. A third novel by the award-winning film-maker Tanya Bullock. March 2019
In Foreign Fields: How Not To Move To France by Susie Kelly
As the date for Britain leaving the European Union draws close, and the British living in European countries still have no idea what the future holds for them after Brexit, Susie looks back on the beginning of her life in the country she loves and has called home for 23 years. With her house literally crumbling around her, the number of odd characters Susie manages to attract are only matched by the assortment of creatures appearing from in and out of the woodwork. Terry almost dies, and Susie's resilience and good humour are tested to the limit. Sometimes it feels more like taking part in a musical comedy than starting a new life in France. Another delightful, very funny, memoir from the bestselling, much-loved, travel author Susie Kelly. December 3rd 2018
Vive la Difference: More Notes From Rural France
A further selection from some of the best bits of Susie's blog diaries reveal the minutiae of expat day to day life in rural France. A must-read for Susie Kelly fans and anybody thinking of, or dreaming of, moving to France.
Cats Through History by Christina Hamilton
Some of our most distinguished historical public figures in literature, art and politics have fallen love with cats. Ranging across the centuries from Cleopatra to Warhol, Hamilton reveals surprising, interesting and astonishing stories about famous owners and their cats. Summer 2019