Rebecca F. John
Is there a love so powerful it can bring someone back to life? Rebecca F. John's debut novel about how our longing for a soulmate can bring us to…
Searing fiction smuggled out of North Korea – the English PEN Translates Award winner, now in paperback
Now in paperback, two masterly novellas by Europe's preeminent literary genius
'A beautiful, dream-like narrative. Rarely do debut novels come as assured and impressive as this one.
These incomparable stories received rapturous reviews and appeared in multiple 'Books of the Year' lists – now in paperback
International writing from the Spanish Civil War, from both behind and at the front line
An enthralling confession of a woman contending with the outside world's expectations of who she should be
The latest collection from one of Britain's best-loved poets, now in paperback
The larger-than-life story of an African Oliver Twist
A taut debut thriller for fans of Ruth Ware, Val McDermid and Peter Swanson
J Robert Lennon
A stunning psychological literary thriller from 'a master of the dark arts' (Kelly Link)
Neil Bartlett's groundbreaking debut novel, now available as a Serpent's Tail Classic, with a new introduction by the author
'The Internet was a wonderful invention. It was a computer network which people used to remind other people that they were awful pieces of shit….
From 'the literary heir to Anton Chekov' (Washington Post) comes 'a treasure trove of bafflements and tiny masterpieces' (New York…
The latest novel from the author of cult super-hit I Love Dick, now an Amazon Prime TV series starring Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon
The literary sensation and Waterstones Book of the Year: a thrilling and unforgettable historical novel of love and intrigue now out in paperback
Alain Mabanckou's uproarious, fleet-footed English-language debut, reissued as a Serpent's Tail Classic to coincide with the publication of…
'The best football novel since The Damned United' – Daily Mail
A haunting love story between a young Israeli translator and a Palestinian painter
What becomes of man when all he has left is survival?