As we're staying close to home this summer, why not take yourself on a literary tour of the UK with this selection of new books and old favourites . . .
Benjamin Myers£8.99 £8.54
One summer following the Second World War, Robert Appleyard sets out on foot from his Durham village to make his way across the northern countryside until he meets Dulcie, an eccentric older woman with whom he forms an unlikely friendship.
Melissa Harrison£9.99 £9.49
All Among the Barley is one of Andrew's top ever reads - a beautiful pastoral novel set in East Anglia in 1933.
Margaret Kennedy and Cathy Rentzenbrink£9.99 £9.49
The Feast is a hugely enjoyable read set on the Cornish coast in 1947 with a brilliant cast of eccentric and richly painted characters.
Sarah Moss£8.99 £8.54
Sue absolutely loves Sarah Moss's writing and Summerwater is no exception! It is a tension-building tale told over twenty-four hours about twelve people cooped up with their families in a drab Scottish cabin park. A wonderfully dark holiday read.
Sarah Perry£8.99 £8.54
This beautifully written gothic novel set in Victorian England explores questions of science and religion, skepticism and faith, but it is most of all a celebration of love in all its guises.
Rosamund Lupton£8.99 £8.54
This multi-layered thriller is gripping, thoughtful and thought-provoking. In Three Hours, a school in rural Somerset is under siege during a blizzard. In just three intense hours, all must find the courage to stand up to evil and save the people they love.
Emily Bronte£7.99 £7.59
No book brings to mind the Yorkshire moors like Emily Bronte's classic novel Wuthering Heights, a brilliant and dark tale about family, class, and the famously turbulent relationship of Cathy and Heathcliff.
John Bude£8.99 £8.54
Written in the 1930s, this classic mystery novel is set amidst the stunning scenery of a small village in the Lake District. A perfect book to take on holiday!
Bill Bryson£10.99 £10.44
The Road to Little Dribbling is the follow-up to Notes from a Small Island written twenty years later in 2015. Retracing his route, Bryson sets out to rediscover the wondrously beautiful, magnificently eccentric, endearingly unique country.
Robert MacFarlane£9.99 £9.49
In this beautiful classic, Robert Macfarlane sets out to discover if there are any truly wild places left in Britain and Ireland.
Robert MacFarlane£10.99 £10.44
The Old Ways is another stunning piece of travel writing from Robert Macfarlane, in which he sets off from his Cambridge home to follow the ancient tracks, holloways, drove-roads, and sea paths that form part of a vast network of routes crisscrossing the British landscape and its waters.
Raynor Winn£9.99 £9.49
We LOVE this book. At crisis point, Raynor and her husband Moth make the impulsive decision to walk the 630 miles of the sea-swept South West Coast Path, from Somerset to Dorset, via Devon and Cornwall. The result is a gorgeous life-affirming tale and beautiful ode to the British coastal landscape.
English Pastoral: An Inheritance - The Sunday Times bestseller from the author of The Shepherd's Life
From the bestselling author of A Shepherd's Life comes an elegy on family, loss and land, in which Rebanks eloquently makes the case that it may be possible to build a new pastoral. Rebanks' family farm is in the Lake District hills, so perfect for anyone heading to the Lakes on holiday.
Amanda Owen£12.99 £12.34
The latest book from Amanda Owen, the Yorkshire Shepherdess, is a top pick for our very own Yorkshire's finest, Lynsey!
Elly Griffiths£9.99 £9.49
In The Crossing Places, the first book in one of our favourite crime series, Dr Ruth Galloway, forensic archaeologist, is called in when a child's bones are discovered near the site of a prehistoric henge on the north Norfolk salt marshes...
Graham Greene£9.99 £9.49
This classic murder thriller set in 1930s Brighton is brilliantly chilling and a must-read!
Ian McEwan£8.99 £8.54
Set in 1962, On Chesil Beach is the brilliantly awkward and masterfully told story of Edward and Florence who are spending their honeymoon on the Dorset coast - a quick and captivating read.
Dylan Thomas£8.99 £8.54
Commissioned by the BBC, and described by Dylan Thomas as 'a play for voices', Under Milk Wood takes the form of an emotive and hilarious account of a spring day in the fictional Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. A Welsh classic!
William Trevor£8.99 £8.54
Hannah Kent£9.99 £9.49
Sally Rooney£8.99 £8.54
Patrick Gale£9.99 £9.49
Dara McAnulty£9.99 £9.49