Book Club


Get whisked off to different corners of the world in these can’t-put-downable reads for your next book club.

The Collector by Daniel Silva

A world’s most valuable missing painting. An art restorer and spy. A beautiful computer hacker and professional thief. And a billion-dollar business deal. Daniel Silva’s The Collector is about much more than the missing masterpiece and daring heist … it’s a conspiracy that, if successful, could plunge the world into a conflict of apocalyptic proportions. Harper Collins UK

The New Wife by JP Delaney

A lovingly restored Mediterranean home. A new wife. Spanish police asking awkward questions. The inheritance of a dilapidated Mollorcan farmhouse turns out to be more complicated than initially thought in JP Delaney’s The New Wife – creepy, chilling and tension-filled. Quercus

Everyone Here is Lying by Shari Lapena

Shari Lapena’s latest thriller, Everyone Here Is Lying, is a real one-sitting read. A local girl goes missing from her home in a family-friendly neighbourhood. A father – devastated about the end of an affair – loses his temper. Witnesses are lying. And there’s a twist around every corner. Penguin

Mrs Potter Calling by AJ Pearce

It’s London, April 1943, with the war raging in Europe. And Woman’s Friend magazine has a new owner, one who plans to destroy everything the readers love about the mag. But Agony aunt Emmy Lake is going to save the day! Mrs Potter Calling by AJ Pearce is a charming, joyful read. Picador


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