The Trap by Melanie Raabe
‘I know you killed my sister. I wrote this novel for you’, reads the tag line to this chilling and brilliant thriller. The narrator is the famous author and infamous recluse Laura Conrads who, recognising a television presenter as her sister’s murderer twelve years before, sets him a trap by writing a thriller about the murder. After the book is published, she agrees to just one media interview at her home, to the one person who knows more about her book than she does… If you want a page-turner (for the ears) this is it.
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Eat Sweat Play by Anna Kessel
How long do we have to wait to see the first multi-millionaire female football player? While female fitness has gone mainstream in recent years, from the launch of Net-A-Sporter to the introduction of the #plankie, sport is still an overwhelmingly male realm. In this engaging and inspiring book, Anna Kessel, explores what it means to be a sporty woman in the 21st century, and what the future could hold.
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This is Happening by Rohan Gunatillake
While digital detoxing and mindfulness trends are becoming more and more popular, our lives aren’t getting any less digital, so we might as well get better at dealing with it. With this in mind Rohan Gunatillake, creator of the Buddhify app, makes the case that we don’t need to switch off to find calm. With simple techniques, theories and practical exercises, Gunatillake brings a very mobile approach to mindfulness with this audiobook, so that even the busiest tech addict can benefit.
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How to Have a Good Day by Caroline Webb
In this very handy audiobook, economist Caroline Webb teaches readers how to use the latest findings in behavioural economics, psychology and neuroscience to change the way we go about working life. According to Webb, science is the answer to your packed inboxes, dull meetings, and problems with colleagues. Who knew! If you’re craving some good days, this one is for you.
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The Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin
Janies’s son has begun to remember something he was meant to forget, and Janie has a secret that might mean losing what she loves most. An explosive debut from Sharon Guskin, read by Susan Bennet and David Pittu, which spans life, death, motherhood, love and everything in between.
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