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Catriona Stirling

The daffodils are out, and so are these paperbacks.

This is a selection of prize winners and much praised debuts.



The Old Drift

Namwali Serpell, paperback


Narrated by a chorus of mosquitos, this wildly inventive, energetic book follows three families over multiple generations in Zambia.


Girl, Woman, Other

Bernardine Evaristo, paperback


This booker prize winning novel introduces us to 12 distinct black British voices. Evaristo is masterful in her polyphonic storytelling.


Memories of the Future

Siri Hustvedt, paperback


SH discovers her journals from when she first moved to New York. How much has really changed for women in the last forty years?



Jeanette Winterson, paperback


In a smart, playful take on the Frankenstein story, a young transgender doctor falls for celebrated AI specialist, Professor Victor Stein.


Lost Children Archive

Valeria Luiselli, paperback


This is a compelling, tightly wrought story of a young family driving from NYC to Arizona, set to the backdrop of the mass detention of children at the US border.


The Doll Factory

Elizabeth Macneal, paperback


Scottish author Elizabeth Macneal has conjured a teeming, Great Exhibition London in this gothic tale of art and obsession. A love letter to Victorian innovation.



Candice Carty-Williams, paperback


Queenie Jenkins is a hugely loveable creation, brought to life in Carty-Williams' immediate prose. Be prepared to fall in love with Queenie as she navigates conflicting cultures (and several terrible men).


Confession with Blue Horses

Sophie Hardach, paperback


Two adult siblings in London struggle to remember their childhood in East Berlin. What happened to their brother? And their parents? In Germany a file is uncovered that may just hold the answers.



Ali Smith, paperback


It is a very, very good time to read this book. Dazzling and full of hope, Spring delivers like its namesake, offering new possibilities, bursting with life and promising that the darker days will always pass.