That Kind of Mother
By Rumaan Alam

The book revolves around Rebecca, a white woman who befriends her son’s nanny and a woman of colour. Together, the two women and their respective families come to grips with the tribulations of their different life experiences as they try to raise Andrew to be healthy and happy.

By Michael Ondaatje

Ondaatje returns with another a mesmerising new novel that tells a dramatic story set in the decade after World War II through the lives of a small group of unexpected characters and two teenagers whose lives are indelibly shaped by their unwitting involvement.

By Dave Itzkoff

In the first major biography of Robin Williams, since the comedian’s tragic death in 2014, New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff reveals many sides to the beloved star. Thoughtful and devoted, this book is a must-read for fans of the introspective and explosively talented actor.

The Favourite Sister
By Jessica Knoll

This sharp thriller offers a thoughtful critique of reality culture and the way women are forced to conform. Sisters Brett and Kelly are cast members on a reality show about female entrepreneurs, competing against other women for screen time and social media clout.

A Long Way From Home
By Peter Carey

Two-time Man Booker winner Peter Carey returns with an invigorating adventure novel that zooms along with husband-and-wife duo Titch and Irene and their friend/navigator Willie Bachhuber.