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Tremor

by Winston Graham

Agadir, Morocco. 29th February, 1960... Matthew Morris travels to Morocco to escape from a failed marriage and a frustrated career while beautiful young actress Nadine Deschamps is searching for serenity and...


The Bus Stopped

by Tabish Khair

A very angry bus driver, abandoned by his wife and going nowhere in his career; a sanctimonious conductor; a hijra, or eunuch, a remnant of India's Muslim glory days; a nervous, half-Indian businessman clutching...


Male Gaze

by Joe Treasure

David Parker’s new start in LA isn’t going entirely as he had hoped. London feels a million miles away, and even his loving marriage is beginning to look shaky. Drawn, through an alcoholic haze, into the...


Stephanie

by Winston Graham

This is a tale of a carefree student, happy until she discovers her lover leads a double life. Her father, who'd fight for justice even if it cost him his life and a young Indian are also featured. The fate...


Where the Truth Lies

by Rosemary Ingham

At forty, Isabel has finally given up on her cheating husband. She’s a single parent with two teenage children and a tough job running a London comprehensive school. Tougher still for a woman, in 1981. Especially...


Dead Ernest

by Frances Garrood

The death of her husband after sixty years of miserable, abusive marriage, leaves Annie Bentley trying to understand her feelings. Soon afterwards, two uninvited and, at first, unwelcome visitors come into Annie’s...


Housewife On Top

by Alison Penton Harper

‘I’ve left you a list on my desk,’ Rick said . . . The house fell silent and I wandered into the study to collect my instructions. There was only one scrawled piece of paper on the desk so there was no...


The Deserter

by Peter Bourne

Taking a trip up through the West Bank, Lev comes face to face with the dark, potentially dangerous atmosphere of fear and suspicion that prevails there. After witnessing the daily currency of careless humiliation...


Taking Comfort

by Roger Morris

When ROB SAUNDERS witnesses a young Japanese student commit suicide, he impulsively takes the folder she dropped as she threw herself under a tube train. He finds himself taking souvenirs from a series of tragic...


Selfish Jean

by Cate Sweeney

She wants an affair with Paul, but he is the social worker assessing them to be adoptive parents. And on top of that she thinks the social worker used to be her best friend’s old flame, but decides not to...


The Soldier's Farewell

by Alan Monaghan

Dublin, 1921. The Irish War of Independence comes to a head, in a conflict that will pit Irishman against Irishman, brother against brother . . .

Stephen Ryan, an Irishman who fought for the British in the trenches,...


Rabbit Boss

by Thomas Sanchez

The legendary, epic novel tells the story of four generations of the Washo in Nevada and Eastern California--a story of dreams, dying, the loss of power, death and apotheosis.


The Surprising Life of Constance Spry

by Sue Shephard

'Fascinating … to be eagerly devoured’ Clarissa Dickson-Wright

Most people today, if they have heard of her, associate Constance Spry with the cookery book bearing her name. But Connie was much, much more...


Small Wars: A Novel

by Sadie Jones

The prizewinning author of The Outcast delivers the emotionally searing story of a marriage in crisis, an unflinching look at lives irrevocably altered by one of history's "small wars."

Hal Treherne is a major...


The Soldier's Song

by Alan Monaghan

Dublin, 1914. As Ireland stands on the brink of political crisis, Europe plunges headlong into war. Among the thousands of Irishmen who volunteer to fight for the British Army is Stephen Ryan, a gifted young...


Three Things About Me

by Aliya Whiteley

His worst fears are confirmed. Each of his charges, with one exception, is a loser. As he works his way through the embarrassingly formulaic training set-pieces with never a doubt about the value of his corporate...


Warhol's Prophecy

by Shaun Hutson

"Everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes," said Andy Warhol. And fame is something certain people will go to any lengths to achieve: whether to be revered or reviled, the lure of notoriety is strong for...


Housewife Up

by Alison Penton Harper

"Heaven save us from ourselves. And if you can’t manage that, I’d settle for saving me from me. Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the water, here I am again, drowning for all to see. Not waving,...


The Ghost of Che Guevara

by Jason Webb

Hoggard, a British journalist hunts him down to get his story. Why has he joined up, what is his life like, what is his future – if he survives? Does the newly-named Martín really understand what he’s doing?...


PICADOR SHOTS - 'Chemistry'

by Graham Swift

Chemistry

A boy and his grandfather try to cope with the arrival of a new man in the household and his effect on the woman who is their mother and daughter. The boy dreams of violence and the grandfather retreats...