The dazzling new bestseller from the author of The Appeal
One long, hot summer Andy and her friends begin a game that will take their whole lives to play out.
A defence and celebration of the Essex Girl by the best-selling author of The Essex Serpent
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle meets Westworld in this stunning high-concept crime thriller of multiple minds, changing allegiances and revenge
This outstanding psychological thriller explores how love can be poisoned by secrets and silence, and a seemingly perfect marriage becomes rotten to t…
Two-time Booker Shortlistee and internationally bestselling author Esi Edugyan delivers a searing analysis of the relationship between race and art
A uniquely trans take on love, motherhood, and those exes who you just can't quit
With its breakneck pacing, dazzling plot twists and unforgettable characters, The Last Thing He Told Me is bestselling author Laura Dave's finest…
A masterful fictional contribution to the #MeToo debate, set to be the most fiercely debated book of the season
Immersive, gripping, and delivering twist after twist: this is the must-read gothic thriller of 2021. It's so good you'll read it twice…
An emotionally charged psychological thriller that takes the abducted-child plotline to a whole new level. The must-read thriller for 2021.
A profound and harrowing meditation by a descendant of slaves who journeyed to Africa to understand her past
Described by The Sunday Times as 'A modern Christie', this is an extraordinarily inventive crime debut in which the reader is challenged to…
Karen Joy Fowler
You can't choose your family, but they make choices for you.
Revolution in a minor key: how young black women invented freedom
A modern classic – Lola Shoneyin's debut novel is a portrait of a clamorous household in the midst of upheaval
What kind of person keeps a man underground for seven years?And who would agree to be part of such an experiment?
The hotly-anticipated sequel to the CWA Dagger-winning Bluebird Bluebird
The first in a powerful new crime trilogy set in 1980s Dublin, exploring the power of the Catholic Church and the powerlessness of unmarried women
A manifesto for talking about money, covering everything from jobs, shame and friends to payrises and unaffordable hen-dos