January is the first page of 2022
New year, new you!
What happens when the life you have known for 51 years turns upside down and everything you believed in turns out to be a lie – how do you survive and carry on? ‘Unsettled Ground’ by Claire Fuller is out in paperback this month and a worthy Shortlisted contender for the Women’s Prize for Fiction (2021).
Set in 1970’s Tipperary, rural Ireland, Donal Ryan beautifully immerses us in this story about 3 generations of a family.
First published in 2016, ‘Red Notice’ by Bill Browder is an account of the financier’s first-hand experience of Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. A true story of crime, murder and one man’s fight for justice. Fraud, bribery and corruption is exposed at every turn. A gritty book club choice.
Kick start your new year's reads with the Den’s 3 bright ideas for 2022.
Our Book of the Moment is 'Unsettled Ground' by Claire Fuller which is out in paperback this month. An astonishing story of what happens when the life you have turns out to be a lie (Shortlisted Women’s Prize for Fiction, 2021)
Our Missed Opportunity is 'Strange Flowers' - Donal Ryan’s immersive story about 3 generations of a family set in 1970’s Tipperary, Ireland.
Our Wild Card choice is 'Red Notice', a financier's gritty story of corruption, murder and one man's fight for justice.
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