Harlequin introduces us to Thomas of Hookton a skilled archer in the employ of Edward III’s army abroad in fourteenth-century France.
Nora Seed decides she no longer wants to live. In the limbo of the Midnight Library she is given the opportunity to live alternate versions of her life and learn the best way to live.
The Dead Fathers Club is a ghost story in which eleven-year-old Philip Noble is haunted by the ghost of his dead father who died in a car accident.
Matt Haig’s How to Stop Time is the first-person account of one man’s life and recovery from lost to new love wrapped up in an historic / sci-fi novel.
Crackdown is the third of Cornwell’s contemporary nautical thrillers, set in the Bahamas and revolving around ex-Marine Nick Breakspear.
Foxglove Summer is the fifth book in the Rivers of London series and follows on from Broken Homes, Whispers Under Ground, Moon Over Soho and the original Rivers of London.
Sea Lord is the second of Cornwell’s contemporary nautical thrillers, first published in the UK in 1989…
Later is that rare thing – a short Stephen King novel. Clocking in at under 250 pages it’s all killer and no filler…
My thoughts on Cornwell’s first nautically-themed contemporary thriller. Here there be minor spoilers!
Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami was first published in two volumes – The Idea Made Visible and The Shifting Metaphor and is something of a homage to The Great Gatsby.