A vivid, panoramic novel about the everyday wounds inflicted on battlefields both far away and at home
From the author of The Plague Letters comes a gothic tale of hauntings, family secrets and dark deeds.
'Duncan brings a new way of seeing to the world of prose' Irish Times
A fresh, powerful story of surviving ecological disaster and solidarity between the generations by a giant of American literature
I wished that in my next lifetime I would be born a cat – on the condition that I would live in a home like mine
The sequel to 2021's critically acclaimed Black Drop, charting the adventures of reluctant spy Laurence Jago at sea.
The new modern gothic masterpiece from the bestselling and award-winning author of The Last House on Needless Street.
Beautifully written and bone-chilling folk-horror published at Halloween
Agatha Christie meets The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August in this outstanding cross-genre locked room murder mystery.
A young woman gathers intimate stories about pregnancy, motherhood, and the nature of female relationships, in this profound and provocative novel.
C. E. Riley
A searing literary debut with the compulsive qualities of a thriller
The new standalone thriller from multiple Ned Kelly Award-winner and Australia's King of Crime, Garry Disher
An exhilarating queer love story set in early twentieth-century Vienna
The dazzling new audiobook from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Appeal
A visually stunning and beautifully written debut graphic novel of love, life and art
A scandalous video.A humiliated family.And a brother stuck in the middle.
An addictive cat-and-mouse thriller from the bestselling author of Cry Baby
Chorus follows seven siblings through the decades after their mother's untimely death, a shocking bereavement which shapes the course of their li…
Kirstin Valdez Quade
From an award-winning storyteller comes a stunning debut novel following one family's extraordinary year of love and sacrifice.
From the acclaimed author of The Warlow Experiment, the moving story of a mother and daughter separated in Regency England