Now we're half way through the year, here's a list of the books that hush Creative Director & Founder, Mandy, has read and recommended in our monthly newsletters!
From captivating dramas you won't want to put down to easy deckchair novels, these are Mandy's recent reads to add to your summer reading list:
Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussman
Liza Klaussman's murder mystery set in 1950s New England takes place at Tiger House, where beautiful and damned housewives come to play in the heat. A sultry summer read.
The Gustav Sonata by Rose Tremain
I haven't read a great deal of Rose Tremain, but I was completely captivated by her latest novel - about a friendship between two boys in Switzerland just after WWII.
Mother Sunday by Graham Swift
An upstairs-downstairs relationship ends in tragedy (and mystery) as a housemaid-turned-author looks back on that fateful day in 1924. A great read.
Hillbilly Elegy by J. D. Vance
Very timely in light of the present day political earthquake, this is a story of love and survival from an American that's rarely heard.
Mademoiselle Chanel by C.W. Gortner
A fictional reimagining of the extraordinary life (and many loves) of the legendary designer, where fame and fortune can't save her from heartbreak.