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Revenant

by Tristan Hughes

In a remote Welsh village by the sea, four friends grow up together. Plain but charismatic Del is the ringleader, unstoppable, supremely confident in her ability to get her own way. Neil, shy and stuttering,...


Ordinary Thunderstorms: A Novel

by William Boyd

One May evening in London, Adam Kindred, a young climatologist in town for a job interview, is feeling good about the future as he sits down for a meal at a little Italian bistro. He strikes up a conversation...


The Missing Person's Guide to Love

by Susanna Jones

Isabel, Owen and Julia were childhood friends. But when they were fifteen, Julia disappeared without a trace – an event that had a devastating impact on the others.

Years later, Isabel returns to her home...


Thin Blue Smoke

by Doug Worgul

LaVerne Williams is a reformed felon, ex-ballplayer, and owner of Kansas City’s best barbecue joint. Ferguson Glen is an Episcopal priest and faded literary star, lover of God, women and liquor (but not necessarily...


The Swansong of Wilbur McCrum

by Bronia Kita

Wilbur McCrum has always been a drifter. Abandoned by his parents, one after the other, and subsequently passed from pillar to post, he was still a young lad when he first took to the road, and somehow he's...


Prima Donna

by Karen Swan

Breaking the rules was what she liked best. That was her sport. Renegade, rebel, bad girl. Getting away with it.

Pia Soto is the sexy and glamorous prima ballerina, the Brazilian bombshell who’s shaking up...


The Sleepwalker's Introduction to Flight

by Sion Scott-Wilson

'Funny and filled with heart . . . a sparky debut' – Alexandra Heminsley, The London Paper

Dreaming of joining the brotherhood of Acapulcan cliff-divers, young Mikey Hough rigs a diving platform in the garden...


The Incendiary's Trail

by James McCreet

Murder is rampant in Early Victorian London. Detective Inspector Newsome of the new Detective Force decides to recruit a recently-apprehended master criminal to help bring the culprits to justice. A polymath...


Deadeye Dick: A Novel

by Kurt Vonnegut

Deadeye Dick is Kurt Vonnegut’s funny, chillingly satirical look at the death of innocence. Amid a true Vonnegutian host of horrors—a double murder, a fatal dose of radioactivity, a decapitation, an annihilation...


Carry Me Home

by Terri Wiltshire

Lander, Alabama, 1904. When young Emma Scott claims she has been raped by a ‘black hobo’, a chain of events is triggered that will affect generations to come.

In modern-day Lander, Canaan Phillips has fled...


The Stolen (PB)

by Alex Shearer

'A cracking plot.... a thrilling unexpected twist' Sunday Telegraph

Life's a game - and someone's cheating....

Meredith is a new girl at school. An orphan, living with her elderly granny. She must be lonely...


Richard

by Ben Myers

In February 1995, Richey Edwards checked out of a London hotel instead of flying to the US with the rest of the Manic Street Preachers. There were a few subsequent sightings but then nothing. His body was never...


The Road to the Sea

by Ciara Hegarty

It is the late 1940s in rural Ireland, and Kathleen Steele has been prematurely thrust into adulthood by the death of her twin sister, Nuala. Debilitated by grief, their mother has descended into a state of...


Wild Oats

by Michael Edwards

The Waterfords and the Oxfords are two fairly ordinary families, with one significant exception: they are the inventions of a depressed writer who now seems unable to control them: ‘I’m quite happy to rattle...


Playing with the Moon

by Eliza Graham

Shattered by a recent bereavement, Minna and husband Tom retreat to an isolated village on the Dorset coast, hoping to find the solitude that will allow them to cope with their loss and rebuild their foundering...


Restitution

by Eliza Graham

February 1945. Europe is in ruins and the Red Army is searing its way across Germany’s eastern marches, revenging itself upon a petrified population. The war is over, but for some the fight for survival is...


DogFellow's Ghost

by Gavin Smith

A new century has begun and new fields of science are shaking man’s longest-held beliefs. And on a tropical island, somewhere in the Pacific, new kinds of creature have been conceived.

Yet the Master who made...


Dr Ragab's Universal Language

by Robert Twigger

Charlatan. Guru. Master of disguise. Ahead of his time, wise beyond his years, a simple opportunist or the great pretender; however you choose to see him, one fact is certain: Dr Ragab is a mysterious man. Talked...


Corner Shop

by Roopa Farooki

There are only two tragedies in life. One is not getting your heart’s desire – and the other? Getting it.

Fourteen-year-old Lucky Khalil is passionate about three things: football, Star Wars and Portia,...


Housewife Down

by Alison Penton Harper

The days I had previously filled with the duties of chief cook and bottle-washer now lay strangely empty and stretched out before me like a blank canvas. I kept looking at it, but couldn't think of anything...