Book of the month

Book of the month

Noir Book of the Month – October 2018

In the vein of Daniel Woodrell’s Winter’s Bone and the works of Ron Rash, Desperation Road is set in a rough-and-tumble Mississippi town where drugs, whiskey, guns, and the desire for revenge violently intersect. Longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger Award 2017 and highly praised by readers and reviewers alike.

General Fiction Book of the Month – October 2018

The story of a woman who becomes obsessed with the fox who visits her garden in a story that toys with the real and the imagined. ”An intriguing and subversive debut, charged with the power of the ignored and the suppressed.” –  Hilary Mantel

Mystery Book of the Month – September 2018

India, 1919. Desperate for a fresh start, Captain Sam Wyndham arrives to take up an important post in Calcutta's police force. He is soon called to the scene of a horrifying murder. The victim was a senior official, and a note in his mouth warns the British to leave India – or else. ”A thought-provoking rollercoaster” – Ian Rankin  

General Fiction Book of the Month – September 2018

Goblin is a child like no other, caught between creativity and chimera. A true original, with an unforgettable story to tell. ”A profoundly affecting, intellectually challenging and beautifully written fable ... a marvellous piece of work.” 
– Stuart Kelly, Scotsman

Noir Book of the Month – August 2018

A novel about family, adventure, and the art of the con from acclaimed crime writer Richard Lange – one of the very best writers of SoCal/Border Noir. Recommended by Jan!

General Fiction Book of the Month – August 2018

”Once a year – certainly no more – along comes a special novel that turns its readers into literary holy rollers. A couple of years ago it was Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life. Before that Ferrante fever. This year, I suspect it will be My Absolute Darling” – The Times

Mystery Book of the Month – July 2018

A murder in a garden turns the four new owners of Yon Bonnie Books into amateur detectives, in a captivating new cozy mystery novel from Molly MacRae. A cozy crime with a murder in a Scottish bookshop – what more can you ask for?

General Fiction Book of the Month – July 2018

Who says you can’t run away from your problems? A failed writer tries to escape his problems by traveling abroad... This great, funny, empathic book about a middle-aged writer and his insecurities won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction this year.   

Noir Book of the Month – June 2018

A taut exploration of the ways we hurt and save (or try to save) one another. With unforgettable characters, a fist for a plot, and a deeply evocative setting, Boyle navigates alleys and streets with the best of them, Lehane, Price, and Pelecanos.

General Fiction Book of the Month – June 2018

Ithaca, the ferociously funny and unbelievably poignant debut novel from Alan McMonagle, combines a fiercely emotional story with crackling prose. The darkly comic story of how far a lonely boy will go to find what he's looking for, and how in searching for what we've lost, we risk losing sight of what we have. Longlisted for the 2017 Desmond Elliott Prize.    
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