This week’s top ten takes a look at ten recently published books that are proving popular, with something for everyone.
1 Funny Girl – Nick Hornby
Comedy star Sophie Straw gets a script that is a bit too close to home.
2 Revival – Stephen King
The king of horror is back with a novel spanning five decades round the relationship between Jamie Morton and Charles Jacobs
3 Foxglove Summer – Ben Aaronovitch
Book five in the popular ‘Rivers Of London’ series.
4 The Escape – David Baldacci
Military CID investigator John Puller’s brother escapes from one of the Army’s most secure prisons.
5 The Christmas Party – Carole Matthews
Louise Young is a devoted single mother who is pulled into the dangerous games going on at the office Christmas party.
6 The Woman Who Stole My Life – Marian Keyes
When Stella Sweeney attempts a good deed it results in a car crash that changes her life forever.
7 Some Luck – Jane Smiley
The start of a new trilogy from Jane Smiley sees Walter Langdon return home from the battlefield to his wife in Iowa.
8 Leaving Time – Jodi Picoult
Jenna was with her mother on the night she disappeared and now after ten years she is looking for clues to find out what happened.
9 The Boy I Love – Lynda Bellingham
When Sally Thomas leaves her job to become an Assistant Stage Manager she soon realises that the crew are quite adapt at stabbing each other in the back.
10 Havana Storm – Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler
The master of adventure is back with the 23rd Dirk Pitt novel.