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By Amy Ransom
Aims to help new mothers navigate the first year of life with a baby, however she chooses to raise them. This book features 304 pages of reassurance, love and advice to support, inspire and entertain - whether it's baby number one or number five that's just arrived.
'Artful and beautifully ambiguous' Irish Independent 'Captivating and entertaining' RTEEight-year-old Jess and her little brother were playing at the water's edge when their parents vanished. But her brother Ro has grown unpredictable, elusive and obsessive.
Beautiful prose renders brutality vivid' The Times - BOOK OF THE WEEK From Peter the Great to Putin, this is the unforgettable story of St Petersburg - one of the most magical, menacing and influential cities in the world.
By Hala Alyan
On the eve of her daughter Alia's wedding, Salma reads the girl's future in a cup of coffee dregs. Although she keeps her predictions to herself that day, they soon come to pass in the wake of the Six-Day War of 1967. Caught up in the resistance, Alia's brother disappears,...
When Mary arrives home from work one day to find a magnificent fox on her lawn - his ears spiked in attention and every hair bristling with his power to surprise - it is only the beginning. startling.' TLS'A thrilling psychodrama . She brilliantly captures a sense of Hitchcockian, curtain-twitching...
By Jancee Dunn
Like many expectant parents, they'd spent weeks researching the safest car seat but little time thinking about the titanic impact the baby would have on their marriage - and the way their marriage would affect their child.
Since ISIS occupied Raqqa in eastern Syria, it has become one of the most isolated and fear-ridden cities on earth. BBC was able to make contact with a small activist group, Al-Sharqiya 24, and one of their members agreed to write a personal diary about his experiences. This book tells...
It is 1792 and Europe is seized by political turmoil and violence. But she has recently married John Diner Tredevant, a property developer who is heavily invested in Bristol's housing boom, and he has everything to lose from social upheaval and the prospect of war.