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Modern Fiction (post 1945) (11)


**Trigger warning suicide theme** While this book is not for everyone. Mark Watson is my favourite comedian and writes about this sensitive topic with his own form of self deprecating humour – Alison

My Dark Vanessa


Four Aunties and a Wedding (Aunties, Book 2)

I would love to receive am invitation to the wedding of Nathan and Meddy… or maybe not. The portrayal of family in this book, and series, is what I love most from Jesse Sutanto. Her depiction of the challenges but also epic highs of Meddy’s relationship with her very close (sometimes too close) maternal South Asian family is an aspect of inter-generational families that is very rarely seen in contemporary romance fiction. And as advertised - is a cry-laugh kind of book. And I almost never cry-laugh. – Willow

20th Victim: Three cities. Three bullets. Three murders. (Women's...

I enjoy all James Patterson novels. The Women's Murder Club series is fantastic – Duncan

The Starless Sea: the spellbinding Sunday Times bestseller


Songs in Ursa Major

If you loved Daisy Jones and the Six, you’ll love this book – Christina



Brown Girls

A stunning debut from Daphne Palasi Andreades, Brown Girls explores the coming of age of a group of young women of colour & their immigrant families living in the “slums”of New York. Andreades’ debut novel is a bold, yet unforgettable story of the modern journey of growing up, with the influences of race, class, and the marginalisation of women of colour in America. - Rhiannon




One of the best writers, Orlando is extraordinarily unique and creative – Monique

Four Aunties and a Wedding (Aunties, Book 2)