Posted on 25th Feb, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Oksanen’s writing sizzles – as you read you will revel in beautiful turns of phrase and be pulled deep inside the devastating story, desperate to know what happens next.
Posted on 24th Feb, 2016 by Anna North
Anna North, author of this weeks recommended Book Club title The Life and Death of Sophie Stark, has written a piece for our blog: What Publishing a Novel Taught Me About Life
Posted on 19th Feb, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Sophie Stark is a deliciously flawed, extraordinary female character. You will find yourself falling for her, whilst condemning her behaviour – which is a heady mix.
Posted on 11th Feb, 2016 by Vaseem Khan
Vassem Khan has shared an essay with us entitled: "India, crime and a baby elephant who loves chocolate – a winning combination!"
Posted on 5th Feb, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Take your seats on a Mumbai Mystery Tour
Posted on 4th Feb, 2016 by Lissa Evans
Lissa Evans traces the origins of her dazzling, tragi-comic blitz-era novel
Posted on 24th Jan, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Described as One Day meets Life After Life, this is a sharply original novel that spins three spiralling alternatives from small variances in the way two students meet.
Posted on 10th Jan, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Our second Waterstones Book Club title of the year, The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George, is already an international bestseller. It tells the story of a heart-broken bookseller who makes a journey in his bookshop-barge all the way from Paris to Provence.
Posted on 3rd Jan, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Our first Waterstones Book Club title of the year, Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller, is a mix of enchanting prose, suspense and domestic drama that will break your heart.
Posted on 13th Sep, 2015 by Anne Tyler
Read an extract from Anne Tyler's Baileys Prize shortlisted novel, A Spool of Blue Thread