Titles by Kate Mosse, S K Tremayne and Anne Tyler are among the eight books chosen for the latest WH Smith Richard and Judy Book Club.
Mosse, whose debut novel Labyrinth (Orion) was picked for the first ever Richard and Judy Book Club in 2005, is this autumn chosen for her novel The Taxidermist’s Daughter (Orion).
Tyler’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlisted novel A Spool of Blue Thread (Vintage) is also on the list, as is The Ice Twins by Tremayne (Harper), The Well by Catherine Chanter (Canongate), and Leaving Berlin by Joseph Kanon (Simon & Schuster).
Finishing off the list are on the list are The Tea Planters Wife by Dinah Jefferies (Penguin), The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson (Faber & Faber), and Life After You (Virgin Books), a debut memoir from blogger Lucie Brownlee.
Richard Madeley said: “Judy and I have spent many a happy hour this summer selecting the titles for this list. We continue to be amazed at just how many talented writers are out there.”
Judy Finnigan said: “We love to hear what people think about the titles we choose - that’s what the Book Club is all about – so please keep exchanging your own thoughts and reviews – and remember to listen to our podcast series to hear our exclusive interviews with the authors.”
The list is exclusive to WH Smith, which today also announced that I Let You Go by debut author Clare Mackintosh is the latest winning title of the readers’ vote for the summer 2015 selection.
Mackintosh said: "It has been such an honour to be part of the Richard and Judy Book Club this summer, and this is the icing on the cake. I'm thrilled to know that so many people have enjoyed my debut novel, and so grateful to everyone who voted for I Let You Go."
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