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The Bookends Picnic 2020 | Three authors reveal their ultimate 2020 holiday destinations…

Summer has crept up on us very fast, and it goes without saying that holidays won’t be quite the same this year. But we can dream, can’t we? Today we’re jet-setting in our minds with […]

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The damaged heroes of post-war American noir movies

V.B. Grey examines the damaged heroes of post-war American noir movies who inspired characters in her novel Tell Me How It Ends.   As a child growing up in the 1960s I couldn’t help but […]

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Jack Dee Question Submission T&Cs

DISCLAIMER: QUESTIONS ARE BEING COLLECTED SOLELY FOR THE PURPOSES OF PRODUCING JACK DEE’S NEW BOOK. JACK DEE AND/OR QUERCUS EDITIONS LIMITED WILL NOT BE RESPONDING TO ANY OF THE ENTRIES. IF YOU REQUIRE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE […]

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Friends of Bookends Review Tell Me How It Ends by V.B. Grey

Here at Bookends we’re dedicated to sharing the best upcoming books, and we know there’s nothing our readers trust more than a review from a fellow bookworm. That’s why each month we ask our trusted […]

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Q&A with Jussi Adler Olsen, author of the million-copy bestselling Department Q series

To celebrate publication of the latest explosive installment in Jussi Adler Olsen’s Department Q series, Victim 2117, we sat down with the bestselling author to get an idea of his writing process and the inspiration […]

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Books to look forward to…

These are trying times for us all, and with so much uncertainty we think the best thing for us is to have something bright and exciting to look forward to. And what better than shiny […]

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Friends of Bookends review The Switch by Beth O’Leary

Angela N   Having thoroughly enjoyed Beth O’Leary’s debut, The Flatshare, it was with a squeal of glee that I found myself with a copy of her next novel, The Switch, in my hands. In […]

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Celebrating Mothers and Daughters

This week Team Bookends are bringing you some uplifting reads to brighten your week – we know this is a difficult time and we want to help you celebrate those vital mother-daughter relationships nonetheless. Dive […]

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Victim 2117 by Jussi Adler Olsen

This week marks the publication of Victim 2117, the heart-pounding new installment in the Department Q Thrillers series by international bestseller Jussi Adler Olsen.     In this new blockbuster thriller a terrifying international investigation […]

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The real-life history behind The Slaughterman’s Daughter by Yaniv Iczkovits…

To celebrate the publication of The Slaughterman’s Daughter, we asked author Yaniv Iczkovits to tell us about the real-life history behind his sprawling historical epic.       Growing up in Israel, I always felt […]

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This Valentine’s Day, read an extract of In Five Years by Rebecca Serle

This is a love story. But not the one you’re expecting.   Perfect for fans of Me Before You and One Day, this heart-breaking story of love, loss and life will have you questioning everything you thought you knew […]

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Last Christmas by Greg Wise and Emma Thompson

‘The perfect gift for anyone who loves all things Christmas … it’s a festive gem’ Woman & Home The perfect gift book, featuring the writing of Meryl Streep, Bill Bailey, Emilia Clarke, Olivia Colman, Caitlin Moran, […]

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