The Edge of the Fall, the spellbinding sequel Kate Williams’ novel The Storms of War is out in the shops 19th November. Author, social historian, TV presenter and all-round super woman, Kate dropped by for a chat.
We loved Kate Williams’ spellbinding portrait of a German family living in Britain at the outbreak of the First World War, The Storms of War.
In case you can’t wait to find out what happens to the de Witt family as they enter the Roaring Twenties, we’ve got a sneak peek at the next novel in Kate’s historical trilogy The Edge of the Fall .
A Few of the Girls, the final story collection from one of the world’s favourite storytellers, Maeve Binchy is out on 24th September. It is a glorious collection full of the warmth, charm and humour that has always been an essential part of Maeve’s writing. Read an exclusive story from the new collection now.
More than forty of Maeve Binchy’s short stories will be brought together for the very first time in A Few of the Girls, a new collection out this September.
We’re giving three One Book Lane readers the chance to win a set of heart-warming new novels from bestsellers Maureen Lee, Lilian Harry and Rebecca Shaw.
Portmadog Library Reading Group put themselves forward to read and review Vanessa Lafaye’s Summertime, a powerfully emotional and gripping debut novel about a small town already divided by race having to face the deadliest of hurricanes.
Maeve Binchy’s, warm and funny story collection, Chestnut Street, which reveals the lives of the residents of St Jarlath’s Crescent, Dublin is out in paperback this week. Start reading right now.
Author, historian and TV presenter Kate Williams tells us all about her new novel, The Storms of War, the first in a groundbreaking new historical series which begins in the First World War.