RADIANT READS FOR JULY
3 Bright Ideas
From the master of storytelling, Anthony Quinn' latest crime thriller, 'London, Burning' is a blast of a read that unwittingly chimes with 2021.
A collection of short stories by the talented writer Stella Gibbons, made famous for her popular novel, ‘Cold Comfort Farm’ which is a pitch perfect parody of rural melodrama in middle-class suburbia during the late 1930s. Filled with wonderful period detail this is brimming with Gibbon’s humour of another era.
Choose from the Den's radiant reads for July. Experience the rich tapestry of the Jacobean Court with our Book of the Moment - 'A Net for Small Fishes' by Lucy Jago. Our Missed Opportunity is the nostalgic 'feel good' novel 'The Keeper of Lost Things' by Ruth Hogan and our Wild Card choice is 'If In Doubt Wash Your Hair - A Manual for Life' by the successful business entrepreneur and mother, Anya Hindmarch.
AND DON'T FORGET to order one of our new getaway collections for the holiday season - available from our on-line shop - to ensure you have the perfect bright reads this summer.
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