The Miseducation of Evie Epworth is a funny, heartwarming and moving coming-of-age story that vividly portrays the '60s without idealising them.
Expiry Date is an easy mystery read with warm characters and a well-created setting that reflect real life.
Scenes of a Graphic Nature is a highly readable, relatable, funny and poignant novel.
The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone is a sparkling mystery novel that's perfect for summer.
M. R. C. Kasasian is on top form with his third Betty Church novel, seamlessly blending light and dark in a satisfying detective story where nothing is quite what it seems.
A Luminous Republic is an unusual, intelligent and thought-provoking read that sticks with you long after the final page.
HOW MANY pages?!
The Cat and The City is a strange and beguiling book that left me with mixed feelings.
The Tempus Project is a smart, high-octane cyber-thriller featuring a heroine after my own heart.
Finding Dora Maar is a fascinating account of serendipity, the joy of research, and a complicated woman artist who moved in the best circles.