When an English Earl decides to reintroduce grey wolves into a special reservation in the Lake District, Rachel Caine is brought back to home in order to manage the project. A truly gripping read, packed full of conspiracies and suspense.
Exposure by Helen Dunmore
Set in London at the height of the Cold War, Exposure tells the tale of husband and wife Simon and Lily Callington as their lives are drawn into a world of betrayal and deception. The story is expertly written and provides a tension-filled read if you are looking for some drama.
The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
Booker Prize winner Ishiguro creates a fable weaving themes of memory, loss and love into an exceptional read. Unsettling and sorrowful at times, you'll be in for a story that will stay with you for some time to come.
A Year of Marvellous Ways by Sarah Winman
A beautifully written novel set in post World War Two Cornwall. The story brings together Francis Drake, a young soldier returning from the war, and Marvellous Ways, an eighty-nine year old woman who has lived alone for most of her life. Spectacular imagery will keep you hooked on this engaging read.
Swallows and Amazons by Arthur Ransom
A timeless classic. What else can we say? Be sure to re-read this childhood favourite in preparation for the release of the new feature length movie being released in August.