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Redemption Falls
by Joseph O'Connor
1865. THE AMERICAN Civil War is ending. Eighteen years after the famine ship Star of the Sea docked at New York, the daughter of two of her passengers sets out from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on a walk across a devastated America. Eliza Duane Mooney is searching for a young boy she has not seen in four years, one of the hundred thousand children drawn into the war. His fate has been mysterious and will prove extraordinary. It's a walk that will have consequences for many seemingly unconnected survivors. The acclaimed sequel to Star of the Sea is a tale of war and forgiveness, of strangers in a strange land, of love put to the ultimate test. Read more.
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  • Joseph O'Connor gives the background to the writing of Redemption Falls. Click HERE to read the feature.
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    June Books of the Month

    Crime Book of the Month
    Broken Skin
    Stuart McBride
    A NEW LOGAN McRae thriller from the bestselling author of 'Cold Granite' and 'Dying Light', set in gritty Aberdeen. In the pale grey light of a chilly February, Aberdeen is not at its best! There's a rapist prowling the city's cold granite streets, leaving a string of tortured women behind... More on this book here.
    OUR PRICE: £10.07
       
    SF/Fantasy Book of the Month
    Fear of Souls
    Celia Friedman
    STARRING NECROMANACER JAIME Vegas. She's on a television shoot in Brentwood, Los Angeles when weird things start to happen. Invisible hands brush her arms, she sees movements out of the corner of her eye... Jaime's used to seeing the dead and hearing them clearly. But now she knows what humans mean when they say they're being haunted. More on this book here.
    OUR PRICE: £10.07

    Nonfiction of the Month
    Dalek I Love You
    Nick Griffiths
    NICK GRIFFITHS WATCHED his first Doctor Who aged four and a bit. It began a life long obsession. Griffiths has interviewed every living Doctor Who and is resident Doctor Who expert for the Radio Times. Here, he reveals the magic of an ordinary suburban kid transported to a realm of danger and sci-fi imaginings. More on this book here.
    OUR PRICE: £10.07
       
    Children's Book of the Month
    Sizzles Is Completely Not Here
    Lauren Child
    MULTI-AWARD WINNING author Lauren Child is back with another entertaining tale. Marv's dog, Sizzles, seems to have disappeared! Join Charlie and Lola as they set off in search of Sizzles, through the living room and into the kitchen, outside in the garden and all the way to the park... More on this book here.
    OUR PRICE: £6.19

    June Specials


       
    Penguin Classics - the lists for Summer
    WE PRESENT TWO unique lists of Penguin Classics this month - one of great titles from around the world, and the other with a uniquely English flavour. For details, go here.


       
    Reviews of the new books from Stephen King, Joanne Harris, Sarfraz Manzoor , A.M. Homes and Nick Griffiths here

    June Interviews & features

    Interview
    Lee Child
    LEE CHILD'S REPUTATION as a writer of first class thrillers has grown sensationally and continuously for the last number of years. Central to it all is his irrepressible and out-of-sync hero Jack Reacher, once again battling in the new book, Bad Luck and Hard Trouble. Read our interview with Lee Child here.
       
    Feature
    The Making of The Making of Star Wars
    LUCASFILM EXECUTIVE EDITOR J W Rinzler explains the background story to his ‘making of’ book on George Lucas’s original, and now iconic, SF movie Click here for the feature

    Interview
    Sarfraz Manzoor
    AN ASIAN TEENAGER in Luton, Sarfraz Manzoor felt caught between cultures. Then he heard Bruce Springsteen, and now his book Greetings From Bury Park is set to be one of the surprise hits of the summer. See our interview here.
       

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    by Richard Dawkins
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    by Time Out
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    by Ian McEwan
    4: The Boleyn Inheritance
    by Philippa Gregory
    5: The Falling Man
    by Don DeLillo
    6: Oscra Wilde and the Candlestick Murders
    by Gyles Brandreth
    7: Austerity Britain: 1945-1951
    by David Kynaston
    8: The Interpretation of Murder
    by Jed Rubenfeld
    9: The Yiddish Policeman's Union
    by Michael Chabon
    10: What is the What
    By Dave Eggers

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    June magazine
    INTERVIEWS
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    FEATURES
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