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When The Sea Came Alive
By Garrett M. Graf

With the 80th anniversary of D-Day coming up, it seems a particularly poignant moment to highlight the latest release from the New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist which offers the most complete account of D-Day – the largest seaborne invasion in history.

The surprise landing of over 150,000 Allied troops on Normandy’s beaches on the morning of June 6, 1944, turned the tide of history in WWII and this book explores the full impact of this world-changing event.

When the Sea Came Alive captures a human drama like no other and pays a fitting tribute to the men and women of the ‘Greatest Generation’.


Middle Of The Night
By Riley Sager

Another New York Times bestselling author, but this time it’s a thriller. The action, aptly, takes place in Hemlock Circle – now there’s a name to conjure spooky goings on – the former home of main character, Ethan Marsh, whose childhood best friend, Billy, disappeared during a back garden sleepover 30 years ago.

On his reluctant return decades later, insomniac Ethan begins to notice strange things happening in the night and signs of Billy’s presence. His investigations lead to reunions with former friends, the discovery of a clandestine research institute in neighbouring woods and the realisation that nowhere is really safe.