Jan 21, 2020
Replete from December’s feasting and festivities, we welcome in a new year with a simply brilliant selection of crisp new reading to blow off the cobwebs. Our choices move from a magic realist fable with a twist, to a lochside family drama and a fleet-footed chase that takes in the bitter struggle between slavers and abolitionists, alongside a standout memoir from Doctor David Nott about his experiences of delivering care in the world’s most dangerous war zones. Our January selection is rounded off in style with an action-packed adventure for children set against the lush and perilous backdrop of the Sri Lankan wilderness.
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