Go globe-trotting from your own back garden this summer with our sizzling selection of holiday reads...
Polly Samson8,99 € 8,36 €
When Erica arrives on the island of Hydra in 1960, she becomes entranced by a famous trio: the magnetic writer Axel Jensen, his dazzling wife Marianne Ihlen, and a young Canadian poet named Leonard Cohen. A brilliantly evocative and beautifully written coming-of-age novel.
Emily Henry8,99 € 8,36 €
Beach Read is a fantastic, steamy romcom - perfect for summer! Writers January and Gus, who both need to churn out bestsellers before summer ends, decide to swap genres and see who gets published first. But in telling each other's stories, their worlds are changed entirely...
Naoise Dolan8,99 € 8,36 €
Ella loved Exciting Times, a dry, witty, and curious dissection of modern love. Ava, newly arrived in Hong Kong from Dublin, is soon forced to navigate a love triangle of which she is at the centre, as well as the complexities of privilege and power in the international social scene of contemporary Hong Kong.
Victoria Hislop8,99 € 8,36 €
A sequel to the much-loved classic The Island, One August Night is a dramatic and absorbing novel charting Anna, Maria, Manolis and Andreas in the weeks leading up to the evacuation of the Greek Island of Spinalonga.
Margarita Liberaki8,99 € 8,36 €
With an introduction from Polly Samson, Three Summers is the warm and tender tale of three sisters growing up in the countryside near Athens before the Second World War. A gorgeous, sultry read.
Edward Rutherfurd20,00 € 18,60 €
In his new historical epic China, bestselling author Edward Rutherford portrays the great clash of East and West. This is the unforgettable story of the Chinese people and the Westerners who came to exploit the riches of their ancient land and culture, told from both sides. Totally captivating!
Siri Ranva Hjelm Jacobsen9,99 € 9,29 €
A young Danish woman explores her family's past and Faroe Islands ancestry across three generations. Deeply rooted in place, this book will transport you to the windswept, rocky northern archipelago between Norway and Iceland.
Diksha Basu8,99 € 8,36 €
Tina jumps at the chance to get to know India when she heads to Delhi for her glamorous cousin Shefali's week-long wedding, with her best friend, her parents and her mother's all-American boyfriend in tow. A brilliantly satirical take on cultural tourism and hilarious rom-com!
Sanae Lemoine8,99 € 8,36 €
When seventeen year-old Margot Louve, the love-child of an influential French politician and a prominent stage actress, concocts an explosive plan, she is drawn into an adult world she struggles to comprehend. An exhilarating page-turner!
Rebecca Kauffman8,99 € 8,36 €
When two wealthy families vacation together off the coast of South Carolina in The House on Fripp Island, little do they know that someone won't be returning home...
The Moroccan Daughter: from the internationally bestselling author of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul
Deborah Rodriguez8,99 € 8,36 €
From the bestselling author of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul, Deborah Rodriguez's entrancing new novel is a modern story of forbidden love set in the sensual landscape of North Africa.
Anne Glenconner8,99 € 8,36 €
From the author of the bestselling memoir Lady in Waiting, Murder in Mustique is a brilliantly gripping mystery novel. As a tropical storm approaches, can the island's only fully trained police officer find out what happened to the missing American heiress?
Valerie Perrin8,99 € 8,36 €
Valerie Perrin's English debut is the heartwarming and tender story of Violette Toussaint, the caretaker at a cemetery in a small town in Bourgogne.
Mieko Kawakami9,99 € 9,29 €
Ella and Hannah both loved Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami, an intimate portrait of contemporary womanhood which begins on a hot summer's day in a poor suburb of Tokyo.
Elena Ferrante8,99 € 8,36 €
From the bestselling author of the Neapolitan Novels, The Lying Life of Adults is another phenomenal coming-of-age story set in Naples.
Douglas Preston9,99 € 9,29 €
One of Hazel's husband Paul's favourite reads, The Lost City of the Monkey God is an extraordinary account of one of the great discoveries of the twenty-first century - a lost city hidden deep in the Honduran interior, the Lost City of the Monkey God.
Driving Over Lemons: An Optimist in Andalucia - Special Anniversary Edition (with new chapter 25 years on)
Chris Stewart9,99 € 9,29 €
Driving Over Lemons is a great favourite of Hazel's. In it, Chris Stewart, an eternal optimist and itinerant sheep shearer, moves with his wife Ana to an isolated mountain farm in Las Alpujarras in Andalucia. Lush with olive, lemon, and almond groves, the farm lacks a few essentials—running water, electricity, an access road, but Chris is enchanted and unflappable, and he records his adventure so beautifully in this charming book.
Levison Wood12,99 € 12,08 €
Walking the Americas chronicles Levison Wood's 1,800 mile trek along the spine of the Americas, through eight countries from Mexico to Columbia, experiencing some of the world's most diverse, beautiful and unpredictable places.
Lawrence Durrell9,99 € 9,29 €
From the brother of the author of My Family and Other Animals, Lawrence Durrell's The Greek Islands weaves memories and descriptions of the idyllic Greek landscapes with insights into their ancient history - a marvellous read!
Patrick Leigh Fermor12,99 € 12,08 €
In this classic coming-of-age memoir, Patrick Leigh Fermor recalls the first part of his 'great trudge' from Holland to Instanbul that he embarked on when he was eighteen in 1933. A sparkling account and rich portrait of the continent.