Category: forgiveness

Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult

Diana O’Toole is perfectly on track. She will be married by thirty, done having kids by thirty-five, and move out to the New York City suburbs, all while climbing the professional ladder in the cutthroat art auction world. She’s an associate specialist at Sotheby’s now, but her boss has hinted at a promotion if she can close a deal with a high-profile client. She’s … Read More Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult

The Unravelling by Polly Crosby

Tartelin has been employed by Marianne Stourbridge to hunt for butterflies, but she quickly uncovers something far more intriguing. The island and Marianne share a remarkable past, and what happened all those years ago has left its scars. The island has a strange effect on Tartelin, too, finally allowing her to confront her own, painful, memories. As she does, Marianne’s story begins to unravel … Read More The Unravelling by Polly Crosby

The Perfect House by RP Bolton

They’ve finally found their forever home. So why is it tearing them apart? A fresh startEllie knows she has found her dream home – number six Moss Lane. The place she and Tom can settle down, raise their new baby and start again. A dark secretBut why do their new neighbours think they’re so brave for moving in? Why are Ellie’s keys never where … Read More The Perfect House by RP Bolton

Be Guid Tae Yer Mammy by Emma Grae

Kate and her Granny Jean have nothing in common. Jean’s great claim to fame is raising her weans without two pennies to rub together, and Kate’s an aspiring scriptwriter whose anxiety has her stuck in bad thought after bad thought. #BeGuidTaeYerMammy @emmagraeauthor@annecater @RandomTTours #RandomThingsTours But what Jean’s Glaswegian family don’t know is that she dreamed of being a film star and came a hairsbreadth away from making … Read More Be Guid Tae Yer Mammy by Emma Grae

One August Night by by Victoria Hislop

It’s the 25th August 1957. The island of Spinalonga closes its leper colony. And a moment of violence has devastating consequences. When time stops dead for Maria Petrakis and her sister, Anna, two families splinter apart and, for the people of Plaka, the closure of Spinalonga is forever coloured with tragedy. #OneAugustNight @VicHislop @headlinepg @annecater @RandomTTours #RandomThingsTours In the aftermath, the question of how to resume life looms … Read More One August Night by by Victoria Hislop