Labyrinth of Lies, by Irene Hannon, is a police thriller set in a wealthy girls' school. What will the undercover agent discover? Are there ever second chances?
The Sound of Sirens, by Ewan Gault, is a modern crime novel set in Scotland dealing with drug abuse, friends and family.
The Broken Pane, by Charlie Roy, is a book about loss and family where families are broken. Follow Tam and her memories as she looks at her life.
The Shadowmen, by M.R.Mackenzie, is a fast-paced thriller about uncovering historic abuse in schools, police corruption and power.
This Books Is Full Of Brains, by Little House of Science, is a wonderful, colourful book about brains. The book is super informative.
A Day in the Life of a Caveman, a Queen and Everything in Between, by Mike Barfield and Jess Bradley, is a brilliant comic book, taking you right through history.
Discerning Grace, by Emma Lombard, is an amazing historical novel about a young woman who has to disguise herself as a boy to run away.
Billy Plonka and the Grot Laboratory, by Ian Billings, the grossest book you'll read this year. This is a fun parody of one of the most famous books.