Written for her beloved brother, True Story is Helen Humphreys' memoir of grief, love and family
A driving, compulsive novel that explores human greed and loyalty corrupted by temptation.
The Slap from a French perspective.
Ingenious, chilling and darkly comic, 1985 is a terrifying vision of the future by the 'great postmodern storehouse of British writing', Antho…
A comedy of game shows and greed, high stakes and the high life, from the acclaimed and bestselling writer Anthony Burgess
A brilliantly funny spy novel from the author of A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess.
Padgett Powell's first book, a classic coming of age novel with a unique and memorable hero
A new edition of Burgess' long unavailable, ambitious, experimental novel about Napoleon Bonaparte
An unusual, cleverly constructed recital of deception … The downbeat denouement packs an unexpected, morbid wallop.
The clever money should be on Duffy when the crime-writing Oscars are dished out.
This book shouldn't just be seen as a great piece of crime writing; it's a fine novel, as good as anything you'll read this year from a li…
One moment. No second chances. Consequences that will last a lifetime …
How can you help mankind, when they won't help themselves? Welcome to Heaven Inc, and Craig's life.
Howard L. Anderson
A story of the Australian Outback, a duck-billed platypus on a quest, and what it means to be a hero.
Wicked Witch of the East, the tabloids called her. Bloody Weirdo, is what the locals said.
Love may be hard to find, but sex waits at every turn
Najat El Hachmi
A riveting debut novel of fathers and daughters, and the conflict between duty and desire, set in rural Morocco and urban Cataluña
Set during the time of the Falklands War – a shocking exposure of the moral degradation that contaminated institutions of Argentinian society
Married to a great man, in love with a man like no other …
It was never just sex…