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Book Review: Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

You don't necessarily need to have read Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout's 2016 novel, My Name Is Lucy Barton, but to skip it would be to deprive yourself of a dazzlingly moving and beautifully succinct story, that's also the gateway to her latest work, Anything Is Possible.

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Book Review: Into The Water by Paula Hawkins

This psychological thriller, the follow-up to the huge-seller The Girl On The Train, is set in a village in Northumberland, where Jules Abbott returns home following the death of her estranged sister, Nel.

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Book Review: Ithaca by Alan McMonagle

Jason Lowry is 11, living in a small Irish town during the 2009 recession, and spending a misspent summer with a strange girl who daydreams herself on trips to Ancient Greece and Egypt.

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The dark and light world of Stuart MacBride

Genial and witty, Stuart MacBride does not initially strike me as the type of man who would make his living writing about grisly murders, the stench of post-mortems, rotting bodies and smoked corpses.

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