What Milo Saw by Virginia Macgregor
Fans of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time will enjoy this story by Virginia Macgregor about a boy who sees the world a little differently.
Nine-year-old Milo Moon has retinitis pigmentosa which means his eyesight is slowly failing and he will eventually go blind.
With no peripheral vision, he sees the world through a pinhole but this has heightened his other senses...and he notices things others don’t.
When his 92-year-old gran moves into a nursing home, Milo realises things are not quite how they should be. Book out in July.
Tempting Fate by Jane Green
Gabby, the central character of Jane Green’s new novel, has been happily married to Elliot for 20 years.
But with their two daughters growing up, Gabby starts to get itchy feet. She feels like time and youth are slipping away...and then she meets Matt.
Intoxicated by his youth and good looks , Gabby is swept along by her feelings and in one reckless moment destroys all that she holds dear.
Consumed by regret, Gabby does everything she can to repair the home she has broken but is her betrayal too great to forgive?
Don’t Stand So Close by Luana Lewis
This debut psychological drama by Luana Lewis explores post-traumatic stress and abuse of power.
After working on a final disturbing case, clinical psychologist Stella has been cocooned in her home for three years.
Agoraphobic, she knows she is safe in the house she shares with husband, Max.
But the night a young girl called Blue arrives on her doorstep with frightened eyes and sad stories, Stella’s carefully controlled world begins to unravel.
This book will have you gripped right to the last page.