Are you looking for more books to read? Perhaps you’re wanting to fill your bookshelves, or else get some inspiration for your writing. Either way, you should check out this week’s book deals from Literary Edits. Each week, we recommend a selection of different books based on monthly and weekly book deals. These are either books which we have read (and loved), or books which we think our readers will love! Enjoy the deals!
5 Kindle Books Under £1
#1 – Blackberry & Wild Rose by Sonia Velton
Inside the attic of the Thorels’ house, two women spend their time washing fabrics, weaving, and spinning; there, surrounded by looms, they form an uneasy friendship. Yet will their lives ever change? Or will they be trapped with their looms forever?
#2 – The Doctor by Lisa Stone
When Emily and Ben move into their new home, they want to interact with their community and get to know their neighbours. Emily tries to befriend the woman who lives next door, yet this woman is married to a sinister doctor, and when Emily disappears, everything points to him.
#3 – Her Last Day by T. R. Ragan
Two strangers have only one thing in common: a woman called Sophie. She is Jessie’s sister and has been missing for ten years, and she is also the only face that Ben, after suffering from amnesia, can remember. Now Jessie and Ben are being drawn together, and neither know why.
#4 – The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick
Martha Storm has always struggled to interact with other people; she is a librarian, and books are her safety. People, on the other hand, are unpredictable. Yet Martha’s life changes when a mysterious book arrives on her doorstep. It reveals a family secret that leaves her reeling.
#5 – A Nearly Normal Family by M. T. Edvardsson
If your child was suspected of murder, what would you do? How far would you go to protect them? These are the questions asked by a mother and father, neither of whom want to believe that their daughter is capable of murder… but are they right?
5 Paperbacks Under £5
#1 – Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
Every weekend, in basements and parking lots across the country, young men take off their shoes and shirts to fight each other barehanded. Then they go back to work with black eyes, loose teeth, and a renewed sense of confidence. This is Fight Club, the invention of Tyler Durden, an anarchic genius.
#2 – Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino
It is the duty of Marco Polo to describe magical times and cities to the Chinese ruler, Kublai Khan. Yet even as he does so, it becomes increasingly clear that he is not describing magical cities: he is describing one city, and that city is Venice.
#3 – The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat by Oliver Sacks
Oliver Sacks has become the world’s best-known neurologist. In this book, he recounts stories of his patients, who found themselves lost in the bizarre, seemingly inescapable world of neurological disorders. It is full of patients who have lost their memories and are unable to recognise the world around them.
#4 – Play Dead by Angela Marsons
A serial killer is at work, and they have found the perfect cover for their crimes: Westerley research facility, a ‘body farm’ that seeks to investigate human decomposition. New bodies are appearing amongst the subjects in the facility, and they didn’t die of natural causes.
#5 – To Die But Once by Jacqueline Winspear
It is Spring 1940 and Britons are facing the Bore War. Maisie Dobbs is asked to investigate the disappearance of a local boy who was working on a secret government contract. Her inquiry leads her to the London underworld, even as the country braces for an enemy invasion.
Thank you for reading! All of these books are listed under the prices stated during the writing of this post. Deals change quickly, though, so make sure you take advantage of them before they disappear!